Intermediate 1-unit 1-feelings, Imperative-ed/Ing Adjectives

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Intermediate 1-unit 1-feelings, Imperative-ed/Ing Adjectives - Quiz


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  • 1. 

    Complete the sentences with the corresponding ending ED- ING1. It has been raining all day. I hate this weather. ( DEPRESS...)A) This weather is ___________________B) This weather makes me _____________________.2. I turned off the television in the middle of the programa. (BOR...)A) The program was ____________________B) I was _______________________________3. Patty teaches young children. It´s a hard job. ( EXHAUST...)A) She often finds her job__________________B) At the end of the day´s work she is often_______________

  • 2. 

    ACCORDING TO THE PICTURES IN QUESTION #1, CHOOSE TWO AND WRITE A SUGGESTION FOR EACH ONE.

  • 3. 

    COMPLETE THE CHART SENTENCECAUSE OF THE FEELINGRECEIPT OF THE FEELINGThey are going on vacationIt is going to be EXCITINGThey are EXCITEDI am doing exercisesIt is I am My homework is difficultIt is I am

  • 4. 

    http://www.slideshare.net/torrepacheco/ed-and-ingWatch the ppt and write.Look the slide # 5 and write a sentence using ING.___________________________________________________________________________________________Look the slide # 9 and write a sentence using ED.

  • 5. 

    WATCH THE VIDEO AGAIN AND WRITE TWO SENTENCES PRESENTED ON IT, WITH ED AND TWO WITH ING

  • 6. 

    Check the correct option according to the picture  

    • A.

      TIRED, THIRSTY, HUNGRY AND BORED.

    • B.

      SAD, THIRSTY, HUNGRY AND SURPRISED

    • C.

      BORED, HOT, THIRSTY AND HUNGRY

    • D.

      SAD, HUNGRY, HOT AND HAPPY

    Correct Answer
    B. SAD, THIRSTY, HUNGRY AND SURPRISED
  • 7. 

    CHOOSE THE CORRECT EXAMPLES: GRAMMAR FOCUS: IMPERATIVE SENTENCE

    • A.

      AFFIRMATIVE: COME HERE / NEGATIVE: DON¨T SIT DOWN

    • B.

      AFFIRMATIVE: YOU MOVE YOUR ARMS / NEGATIVE : DON¨T GO OUTSIDE

    • C.

      AFFIRMATIVE: SHE GIVES ME THE BOOK / NEGATIVE: HE DOESN´T COME HERE

    • D.

      AFFIRMATIVE: LISTENS TO THE TEACHER / NEGATIVE: DON´T EATS THE HAMBURGUER.

    Correct Answer
    A. AFFIRMATIVE: COME HERE / NEGATIVE: DON¨T SIT DOWN
    Explanation
    The given answer is correct because it provides an example of an affirmative imperative sentence "COME HERE" and a negative imperative sentence "DON'T SIT DOWN". In imperative sentences, the speaker gives a command or makes a request, and the subject is often implied. The affirmative sentence instructs someone to come to a specific location, while the negative sentence tells someone not to take a seat. Both sentences are in the imperative form and follow the grammatical structure of imperative sentences.

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  • 8. 

    When do you use ED - ING? check the correct explanation

    • A.

      CAUSE OF THE FEELING- ING

    • B.

      CAUSE OF THE FEELING - ED

    • C.

      RECEIVER OF THE FEELING - ING

    • D.

      RECEIVER OF THE FEELING - ED

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. CAUSE OF THE FEELING- ING
    D. RECEIVER OF THE FEELING - ED
  • 9. 

    Https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0vRxFkBK8q0ACCORDING TO THE VIDEO COMPLETE THE SENTENCEHE WAS VERY _____________ 

    Correct Answer(s)
    INTERESTING
    Explanation
    The video suggests that the person being referred to in the sentence was very interesting. This can be inferred from the context of the video and the information provided.

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