This blog has been designed to provide information about the activities held at the social studies bilingual sections in CPI Tino Grandío (Guntín,Spain). The English language and Social Studies teachers have elaborated most of the resources you can see but our "auxiliares de conversa" also have their own page and posts. Therefore everyone is invited to have a look .

Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Song: Arcade

Try doing this activity while you listen to Duncan Lawrence Eurovision Song Contest Winner song, Arcade.



Friday, May 10, 2019

Modal verbs for 4º ESO

WHAT IS A MODAL VERB?

  • A modal is a type of auxiliary verb that is used to express: ability, possibility, permission or obligation. Modal phrases are used to express the same things as modals, but are a combination of auxiliary verbs and the preposition to. The characteristics of modal verbs are:
    • they have their own negative:
      • can - can't
      • must - mustn't
      • should - shouldn't
    • they have their own interrogative:
      • Can you come?
      • Must we go?
      • What should I do?
    • they are usually followed by another verb:
      • We shouldn't finish after 8.
      • They could drive a car at 16.
    • they never change form, never add -s, -ed, -ing.
      • He can ride a bike.
      • They mustn't drive at night.
    • they are always followed by an infinitive without to.




MEANING
  • CAN/CAN'T: ability, possibility
  • MUST/MUSTN'T:: obligation/prohibition
  • SHOULD/SHOULDN'T:: advice
EXERCISES

Revision for 3º ESO exam

3º ESO EXAM:

  1. VERB TENSES (present simple / present continuous / past simple / past continuous / present perfect / future simple (will) / going to / would)
  2. COMPARATIVES
  3. PASSIVES
  4. ESSAYS
    • MODALS
      • ADVICE (should)
      • RULES (must / have to / mustn't / don't have to / can)
    • CONDITIONALS
    • DIALOGUE
    1. DOCTOR'S
    2. SHOPPING
    3. RESTAURANT
    4. DIRECTIONS


Revision for 4ºESO exam

1. Tenses:
  1. present simple (go/goes)
  2. present continuous (am/is/are going)
  3. present pefect (have/has gone)
  4. past simple (went)
  5. past continuous (was/were going)
  6. past perfect (have/has gone)
  7. simple conditional (would go)
  8. perfect conditional (would have gone)
  9. future simple (will go)
  10. going to


2. Infintives and gerunds
3. Reported speech




Grammar revision for 4º ESO from Ana Arias Castro


Here are some revision exercises for those who need some extra revision after class:
GENERAL
UNIT 1
UNIT 2
UNIT 3
UNIT 4
UNIT 5
UNIT 6
UNIT 7
UNIT 8
UNIT 9