terça-feira, 15 de fevereiro de 2011

Exercício de inglês

Verbos Irregulares:

                                                                             -Lista de Verbos Irregulares
1) Answer The Questions Below:
a) What Did You do Yesterday? (sleep)
b) What Did You Drink In The Last Party? (drink)
c) What Did You Do This Morning? (eat)
d) What Time Did You Wake Up Yesterday?
e) What Did He Buy In The Shopping Mall?

2) Fill The Gaps With The Correct Form Of The Verb In Brackets:
a) John ________________ the bus this morning (take)
b) I __________________ a backache last night (have)
c) Fábio _________________ to his father this month (write - negative)
d) Amanda __________________ at 9:00 This morning (get up)

3) Unscramble The Words To Form Sentences:
a) (ate / yesterday /I / Bread) ________________________________________________
b) (I / last / drank / juice / night / strawberry) ___________________________________
c) (made / John / calls / some / telephone) ______________________________________
d) (supermarket / went / we / to / the / afternoon / last) ____________________________

4) Make Up Sentences:
a) Gave
b) Sold
c) bought
d) ate

- Have:

1) Complete the Spaces Below:
a) I ________ a headache Yesterday (Have)
b) He __________ an accident last year (Have)
c) Yesterday I _______ a car But It Broke today (Have)


- Verbos Irregulares

a – I slept so much yesterday
b – I Drank Much Cachaça
c – I Ate Bread and drank coffe
d – I Woke Up At Seven O’ Clock
e – He Bought A Jacket

a – took
b – had
c – didn’t write
d – got up

a – I Ate bread yesterday
b – I drank juice of strawberry last night
c – John made some calls telephone
d – We went to the supermarket last afternoon

4. (pessoal)
a) I Gave a book for my friend
b) I Sold This Car One Year Ago
c) She Bought A Purse
d) We ate hamburguer jn the dinner

- Have
a – Had
b – Had
c – Had

Explicação: No Simple Past, o have será como um verbo qualquer, que é o verbo “ter” em português, e o passado do verbo have será: Had.

Por: Leonardo Corrêa

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