Category Archives: 4th ESO

CONDITIONAL SENTENCES

SECOND CONDITIONAL:

  1. She _________________ (be) happier if she _________________ (have) more friends.
  2. if we _________________ (decide) to stay here, we _________________ (buy) a house.
  3. They _________________ (have) more money if they _________________ (not / buy) so many clothes
  4. We _________________ (come) to dinner if we _________________ (have) time.
  5. if she _________________ (know) his numbe, she _________________ (call) him.
  6. They _________________ (go) to Spain on holiday if they _______________ (like) hot weather.
  7. She _________________ (pass) the exam if she _________________ (study) more.
  8. I _________________ (marry) someone famous if I _________________ (be) a movie star.
  9. if we _________________ (buy) a new car, we never _________________ (be) late again.
  10. You _________________ (lose) weight if you _________________ (eat) less.

THIRD CONDITIONAL:

  1. He ______________ (be) happier if he ______________ (stay) at home.
  2. She ______________ (pass) the exam if she ______________ (study) harder.
  3. if we ______________ (not / go) to the same university, we ______________ (not / get) married.
  4. They ______________ (be) late if they ______________ (not / take) a taxi.
  5. if she ______________ (not / come) to London, she ______________ (not / meet) him.
  6. He ______________ (take) a taxi if he ______________ (have) enough money.
  7. I ______________ (call) you if I ______________ (not / forget) my phone.
  8. if we ______________ (be) invited, we ______________ (come).
  9. She ______________ (not / do) it if she ______________ (know) you were ill.
  10. if he ______________ (leave) earlier, he ______________ (be) on time.

Here you have more exercises about Conditional Sentences:

-3rd conditional:

https://www.perfect-english-grammar.com/third-conditional-exercise-1.html

-Mixed Conditional Sentences ( 1st, 2nd and 3rd):

https://www.perfect-english-grammar.com/first-second-third-conditionals-exercise.html

https://agendaweb.org/exercises/verbs/conditional/first-second-third

https://agendaweb.org/exercises/verbs/conditional/first-second-third-conditionals

https://agendaweb.org/exercises/verbs/conditional/first-second-third-write-2

 

COMPARATIVE AND SUPERLATIVE

LIST OF ADJECTIVES:

BIG-LARGE
LITTLE-SMALL

BLUNT
SHARP

CLEAN
DIRTY

CLOSED-SHUT
OPEN

CROOKED
STRAIGHT

SHALLOW
DEEP

WET
DRY

EMPTY
FULL

FAST
SLOW

FAT
THIN

HAPPY
SAD

EASY
DIFFICULT-HARD

SOFT
HARD

HIGH
LOW

HOT
COLD

LONG
SHORT

NARROW
WIDE

YOUNG-NEW
OLD

ROUGH
SMOOTH

STRONG
WEAK

TIDY
UNTIDY

GOOD
BAD

PRETTY-BEAUTIFUL
UGLY

FIRST
LAST

LIGHT
DARK

LIGHT
HEAVY

LOUD
SOFT

THICK
THIN

LOOSE
TIGHT

 

 

 

 

Here you have some exercises to practice the comparative and superlative of adjectives.
1-exercise one
2-exercise two

Christmas Greetings!!!

Here you have our Christmas projects:

Leave here your greetings for next Christmas! You’ll find some ideas to talk about:

Name the things you want for Christmas this year!
What does your stocking look like?
What is your favorite Christmas song?
What does your family do on Christmas Eve?
What does your family do on Christmas morning, afternoon, and night?
Do you think you’re going to have a white Christmas?
How much does your family spend on you at Christmas time?
Do you meet up with extended family at Christmas time?

REPORTED SPEECH

1- REPORTED SPEECH

  • 1-I’m not happy here.
  • 2-I wrote to my father yesterday.
  • 3-I’ll phone to you tomorrow.
  • 4-We went to London yesterday.
  • 5-it’s going to rain this morning.
  • 6-I’m not working today because I don’t feel well.
  • 7-I saw a great film yesterday.
  • 8-I only have one shirt because I’ve lost the others.
  • 9-We had an exam last week and I hope that I will have good marks.
  • 10-Where will you be today?
  • 11-Do you have children?
  • 12-Where did you park your car?
  • 13-What do you want?
  • 14-Are you going to a party with your girlfriend tonight?
  • 15-Do you want to play football tomorrow?reported_speech

2- MORE ABOUT REPORTED SPEECH:

  • 1-We’re late for school
  • 2-The bus didn’t arrive on time yesterday
  • 3-I haven’t been here before
  • 4-I can’t come today because I’m busy
  • 5-We drove right down to Athens last summer
  • 6-Help my sister now!
  • 7-Don’t do it!
  • 8-What film were you watching before I arrived yesterday?
  • 9-Why didn’t Nick go to New York with you?
  • 10-Did Max fly to London yesterday?
  • 11-I can’t understand why Marion has missed out on an Oscar this year. I think she played the role really well
  • 12-Don’t forget my book!
  • 13-Did you spot any bloopers while you were watching the film?
  • 14-Where were you yesterday night?
  • 15-I think you should take the taxi, it will be quicker

3-  CHECK GRAMMAR. CORRECT AND WRITE THESE SENTENCES:

1. He said her that he loved her.

2. She said she knows the answer. .

3. Ryan said had bought the tickets.

4. She told me don’t speak in the library.

5. Sara asked if had he finished.

6. She asked me where was my sister.

7. They asked me come back later.

8. She asked did I spoke French.

 

4-. GAP FILLING IN REPORTED SPEECH

1. ‘I feel ill.’ Sandra said ______________________________.

2. ‘I’m going into town.’ Mark said ______________________________.

3. ‘I studied music for five years.’ Alex said ______________________________.

4. ‘I’ve been to Shanghai.’ She said ______________________________.

5. ‘We can help you.’ Will said ______________________________.

6. ‘It will rain on Tuesday.’ The weather forecast said ______________________________ on Tuesday.

7. ‘What’s your name?’ The police officer asked me ______________________________.

8. ‘Are you over eighteen?’ The teacher asked Amy ______________________________.

 

5-WRITE THESE SENTENCES IN INDIRECT SPEECH CHANGING WORDS WHERE NECESSARY

a. “I’ll see you tomorrow”, she said. …

b. “I saw her today”, he said. …

c. “I don’t like this film”, she said. …

d. She said, “We went swimming today.” …

e. “I met her about three months ago”, he said. …

f. “I’ll see Mary on Sunday”, she said. …

g. “Pete and Sue are getting married tomorrow”, she said. …

h. “Stephen’s bringing some records to the party tomorrow”, she said. …

i. “I really like this furniture”, she said. …

j. “My parents are arriving tomorrow”, she said….

k. “We visited her this morning” they said. …

l. “We’ll see her next summer” they said. …

m. “They were here three months ago”, he said. …

n. “I’m meeting them at four o’clock today”, he said….

o. “I can see you tomorrow”, she said….

 

6-WRITE THESE QUESTIONS IN REPORTED SPEECH USING THE WORDS GIVEN

a. “What’s your name?”, he asked. (wanted to know)

b. “Do you like Marlon Brandon?”, she asked.

c. “How old are you?”, she said. (asked)

d. “When does the train leave?”, I asked.

e. “Are you enjoying yourself?”, he asked.

f. “How are you?”, he said. (asked)

g. “Does your father work here?”, she asked.

h. “Do you live near your father?”, he asked.

i. “Who did you see at the meeting?”, my mother asked.

j. “Why did you take my wallet?”, he asked.

k. “How did you get to school?”, she asked.

l. “Are you a foreigner?”, she asked.

m. “Where do you live?”, the boy asked.

n. “Have you met Danny before?”, he asked.

o. “Are you hungry?”, he asked.

p. “Why wasn’t Judy at the party?”, she asked.

q. “Why didn’t you telephone?”, my father asked.

r. “Did you borrow my dictionary?”, he asked.

s. “Why are you so late?”, the teacher asked.

t. “Have you finished your exams?”, she asked.

u. “Did you invite Judy and Mitch?”, he asked.

v. “Does your brother live in London?”, she asked.

w. “Why didn’t the police report the crime?”, the judge asked.

x. “Do you know who broke the window?”, he asked.

y. “Why you won’t let me in?”, he shouted.

 

7- COMMANDS, REQUESTS AND ADVICE

a. “Make some coffee, Bob”, Carol said.(ask)

b. “You must do the homework soon, Jane”, she said.(tell)

c. “Remember to buy a map, Ann” he said.(remind)

d. “You should see a doctor, Mrs Clark”, he said.(advise)

e. “Keep all the windows closed, Bill” they said.(warn)

f. “Go home, Paul”, Francis said.(tell)

g. “Please stay for supper, Bob”, he said.(try to persuade)

 

8-MORE REQUESTS

a. “Don’t try to be funny.”

b. “Wait here till I come.”

c. “Go to bed and don’t get up till you’re called.”

d. “Be a good girl and sit quietly for five minutes.”

e. “Watch the milk and don’t let it boil over.”

f. “Don’t take your coat off.”

g. “Don’t forget to thank Mrs Jones when you’re saying good bye to her.”

h. “Stop that dog.”

LONDON TREASURE HUNT: ANSWERS

Here you’ve got the answers:

1-a-true

2-a-black

3-c-picadilly

4-b-the serpentine

5-c-buckingham palace

6-c-nelson

7-c-london bridge and tower bridge

8-a-regents park

9-b-tate  modern

10-a-kensington gardens

11-d-black

12-a-hyde park

13-b-whitehall

14-a-beefeaters

15-c-oxford street

16-c-all of them

17-d-northern line

18-b-waxworks

19-a-globe

20-b-eros

21-b-a cathedral

LONDON

LONDON TREASURE HUNT

Surf the net and answer the questions; then you should send the answers to the following adress: dmarti1@xtec.cat

 

1-Which bank of the Thames is the London Eye on?

2-Where in central London would you find the statue of Peter Pan?

3-Traditionally, what colour are most London cabs?

4-Which park is Speaker’s Corner in?

5-What street are many government buildings on?

6-What other name are the Yeoman of the Guard, on Queen’s Bodyguard, who can be seen at the Tower of London, known by?

7-Selfridges department store is located on one of London’s main shopping streets. What is it called?

8-Which airports serve London?

9-On the underground, which line is black colour?

10-What would you see if you visited Madame Tussauds?

11-What name is the statue in the middle of Picadilly Circus known by?

12-What colour is the door at 10 Downing Street?

13-What is Saint Paul?

14-What London Underground line is Covent Garden Station on?

15-Hyde Park and Kensington gardens are separated by a lake. Which one ?

16-What famous building is in Green Park?

17-In Trafalgar Square there is a statue of a famous sailor. What’s his name?

18-Between which two bridges on the Thames is HMS Belfast moored?

19-Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre is next to which famous art museum?

20-Where does the Queen live?