lunes, 30 de marzo de 2020

CUÁNDO PONER A, AN OR THE?

KEY:
EX. 1
the - the - the - _ / the - the - the - a - a - the

EX. 2
the - a - the - a - _ - The - a - a - a - the - The - the - the - the - the - the - a - a

EX. 3 
c - b - a - c - a - b - a - a - a - b

CUÁNDO PONER ADJECTIVE OR ADVERB

Características de los adjetivos en inglés

Lo primero que tienes que saber es que los adjetivos en inglés describen sustantivos o pronombres.
Por lo que si ves un adjetivo en una oración, un nombre o un pronombre (heshe it, etc.) no estará muy lejos.
Por ejemplo: “Mark’s new bike is red and yellow. It is very fast as well”.
Las palabras en negrita son los adjetivos.
En segundo lugar, recuerda que los adjetivos nunca describen a otros adjetivos o verbos.

Los adverbios y su uso

Los adverbios son muy sencillos ya que casi siempre describen verbos. Con menor frecuencia también pueden describir adjetivos u otros adverbios.
Los adverbios se forman con mucha frecuencia a partir de adjetivos más el sufijo -ly.
Por ejemplo: slow – slowly, quick – quickly, careful – carefully, nice – nicely, happy – happily, etc.
Los adverbios también se pueden formar a partir de sustantivos si se añade únicamente –y; como por ejemplo: wind – windy, sun – sunny, rain – rainy.
Sin embargo, hay  unos adverbios especiales en inglés que se construyen de manera diferente.
Por ejemplo: good – well. Presta atención y ¡no los confundas!
Good job!” PERO “Well done!” Nunca digas “very well weather”. La oración correcta es “very good weather”.
También hay adverbios que parece que provienen de adjetivos, pero su significado es completamente diferente.
Por ejemplo: hard – hardlyclose – closelylate – latelynear – nearly.
Para distinguir los adverbios de los adjetivos hay que fijarse en el contexto y en la función de la palabra en la oración. Es decir, ver qué es lo que la palabra describe: una cosa, una persona, un hecho o una acción

KEY:
nice
well
beautiful
angrily
happy
loud
badly
quietly
silently
quickly
easy
kind
selfishly
nervously
bravely
happily
polite
strange

CUANDO PONER UN ADJETIVO ACABADO EN -ED O -ING EN INGLÉS



1. It is the most ________ thing I’ve ever seen.
2. Bill was ________ in constructing of the new model.
3. I’m _______ and I don’t know what to do.
4. The film was _______ and I switched off the TV set.
5. The results of the test were _______.
6. Tom was ________ with the results of the test.
7. The atmosphere was __________.
8. Pam was ________ to death when she saw a huge dog.
9. I was ____________ to see her at the concert.
10. Liz has achieved __________ results in studies.
11. Nick finds his dog rather ______________.
12. Mona was ________ by the boy’s behavior.
13. I was very ________ when I worked in the garden.
14. To cut paper animals is very ____________.
15. Tom was ________ to see a bad mark in his test.
16. It was ________ to lose the way in the city.
17. It was _______ that they didn’t come to the party.
18. Sam was _______ when he saw them leaving.
19. I was _______ when I was told that information.
20. This situation was really ____________.
21. Well, you are _____________ me.
22. Nick was ________ and phoned his parents.
23. This music is really __________.
24. He was ________ by his forthcoming flight.
25. Paul seemed __________ about his future exam.
26. This story was _____________.
27. Kate is an _______ leader in my class.
28. Ben was ______ by Longfellow’s poems.
29. Tim was ________ by spilling coffee on the table.
30. I’d like to avoid any _______ questions at all.
31. Your proposal is _____________.
32. Paul was __________ by Tom’s remarks.
33. We were _______ that the plane would fall down.
34. We heard ____________ sounds at night.
35. Your plan about this house is _______________.
36. Helen gets _______ when she loses the game.
37. Andrew was ________ by my decision.
38. He demonstrated a ________ lack of curiosity.
39. I don’t like ____________ sports.
40. Simon felt ________ at the end of the test.

1. interest
2. interest
3. bore
4. bore
5. disappoint
6. disappoint
7. frighten
8. frighten
9. amaze
10. amaze
11. amuse
12. amuse
13. tire
14. tire
15. annoy
16. annoy
17. surprise
18. surprise
19. shock
20. shock
21. confuse
22. confuse
23. excite
24. excite
25. depress
26. depress
27. inspire
28. inspire
29. embarrass
30. embarrass
31. insult
32. insult
33. terrify
34. terrify
35. frustrate
36. frustrate
37. puzzle
38. puzzle
39. exhaust
40. exhaust

KEY

1. It is the most interesting thing I’ve ever seen.
2. Bill was interested in constructing of the new model.
3. I’m bored and I don’t know what to do.
4. The film was boring and I switched off the TV set.
5. The results of the test were disappointing.
6. Tom was disappointed with the results of the test.
7. The atmosphere was frightening.
8. Pam was frightened to death when she saw a huge dog.
9. I was amazed to see her at the concert.
10. Liz has achieved amazing results in studies.
11. Nick finds his dog rather amusing.
12. Mona was amused by the boy’s behavior.
13. I was very tired when I worked in the garden.
14. To cut paper animals is very tiring.
15. Tom was annoyed to see a bad mark in his test.
16. It was annoying to lose the way in the city.
17. It was surprising that they didn’t come to the party.
18. Sam was surprised when he saw them leaving.
19. I was shocked when I was told that information.
20. This situation was really shocking.
21. Well, you are confusing me.
22. Nick was confused and phoned his parents.
23. This music is really exciting.
24. He was excited by his forthcoming flight.
25. Paul seemed depressed about his future exam.
26. This story was depressing.
27. Kate is an inspiring leader in my class.
28. Ben was inspired by Longfellow’s poems.
29. Tim was embarrassed by spilling coffee on the table.
30. I’d like to avoid any embarrassing questions at all.
31. Your proposal is insulting.
32. Paul was insulted by Tom’s remarks.
33. We were terrified that the plane would fall down.
34. We heard terrifying sounds at night.
35. Your plan about this house is frustrating.
36. Helen gets frustrated when she loses the game.
37. Andrew was puzzled by my decision.
38. He demonstrated a puzzling lack of curiosity.
39. I don’t like exhausting sports.
40. Simon felt exhausted at the end of the test.



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