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Laboratory

BUM UNIT 1 VOCABULARY


NOUNS apple pie century history jet message millionaire plaster cast president Saturday tomato salad tomato sauce weekday yacht OTHERS anything else immediately which

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EXPRESSIONS If I were you

Note Contractions would = d would not = wouldnt (*) Wed love to = We would love to

ADJECTIVES informal quiet white

VERBS call back move receive recommend

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Laboratory
BUM UNIT 1 HANDOUT 1
Write the questions using would and the information given in parentheses. Example: (Coke) A B 1. A B : Would you : Yes, please.

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like some Coke?

(orange juice) : : Yes, please.

2. A B

(coffee) : : Yes, please. ?

3. A B

(tomato salad) : : No, thanks. ?

4. A B

(Scotch) : : No, thank you. ?

5. A B

(a glass of milk) : : Yes, please. ?

6. A B

(a cup of tea) : : Yes, please. ?

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Laboratory
BUM UNIT 1 HANDOUT 2
Put Toby's dreams into words. Use would and the verbs provided.

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Example: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Someday, I'd like to live in a castle. (live)


(go) (ride) (travel) (become) (date) (be)

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Laboratory
BUM UNIT 1 HANDOUT 3
Answer the questions. Use complete sentences. 1. Would your neighbors help you if you were in trouble?

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2.

Would you wear jeans for your wedding?

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Would you like to live in a small city?

4.

If you were a millionaire what would you do with your money?

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What would you do before going to an elegant party?

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Where would you like to spend your next vacation?

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If you were very tired what would you do?

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What wouldnt you do during an earthquake?

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What wouldnt you eat if you were on a diet?

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Laboratory
BUM UNIT 2 VOCABULARY
NOUNS art gallery card Christmas shopping costume party date Europe family reunion fianc France graduation hemisphere leap year manicure pumpkin pie Months of the Year January February March April May June July August September October November December Holidays Christmas Eve Easter Halloween Independence Day Mothers Day New Years Day New Years Eve Ordinal Numbers 1st. first 2nd. second 3rd. third 4th. fourth 5th. fifth 6th. sixth 7th. seventh 8th. eighth 9th. ninth 10th. tenth 11th. eleventh 12th. twelfth 13th. thirteenth 14th. fourteenth 15th. fifteenth 16th. sixteenth 17th. seventeenth 18th. eighteenth 19th. nineteenth 20th. twentieth 21st. twenty-first 22nd. twenty-second 23rd. twenty-third 24th. twenty-fourth 25th. twenty-fifth 26th. twenty-sixth 27th. twenty-seventh 28th. twenty-eighth 29th. twenty-ninth 30th. thirtieth 31st. thirty-first VERBS celebrate come back graduate offer receive

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ADVERB beautifully

EXPRESSION At least

Note IN + (month)

Example: In March ON + (exact day)

Ex.: On March 7th. On Christmas. On Tuesday. BOTH (Adj. plural) EACH (Adj. singular)

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Laboratory
BUM UNIT 2 HANDOUT 1
Draw a line between the date and its corresponding celebration or holiday. 1. July 4 th A. New Years Day

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2.

December 25 th

B.

St. Georges Day


(PATRON SAINT OF ENGLAND)

3.

October 31st

C.

Saint Valentines Day

4.

June 21st

D.

Labor Day

in Chile

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April 23rd

E.

U.S. Independence Day

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December 24 th

F.

Halloween

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September 18 th

G.

April Fool's Day

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May 1 st

H.

Saint Patricks Day


(PATRON SAINT OF IRELAND)

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December 31 st

I.

Summer Solstice
(IN THE NORTHERN HEMISPHERE)

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October 12th

J.

New Years Eve

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March 17th

K.

Christmas Day

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January 1st

L.

Chilean Independence Day

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February 14th

M.

Christmas Eve

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April 1 st

N.

Columbus Day

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Laboratory
BUM UNIT 2 HANDOUT 2
Fill in the blanks with: BOTH, ONE, EACH, and NONE.

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Mandy and Doris are good friends. They (1) and now they (2)

both

attended the same high school of the

both

work for the same company. One day, (3)

secretaries looked depressed. (4) her. Suddenly, (5)

of her co-workers knew what was wrong with

of them remembered it was her birthday, so Mandy and Doris

decided to organize a birthday party for her just like they did when they were in high school. (6) person agreed to bring something to eat and (7) of them offered

to bring the drinks. (8)

person gave some money to buy her a present. (9)

of them said a word. Everything would be a surprise. After lunch, when she arrived at the office, all of them were waiting for her. (10) her and (11) person congratulated

Mandy and Doris gave her a big bouquet and a present. She was

very happy, and after thanking them for everything, she said: "I was really sad. I thought (12) of you would remember my birthday."

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Laboratory
BUM UNIT 3 VOCABULARY
NOUNS aperitif bouquet brandy calculator call cereal daytime dictionary fountain glass hotel room log meal nap owl tooth tradition wedding day wedding ring worker VERBS borrow brush catch get in get up leave (past tense = left) lend lock throw unlock wake up EXPRESSIONS To go to bed To sleep like a log Lots To give a call I hope so To take a nap Oh, my!

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Laboratory
BUM UNIT 3 HANDOUT 1
I Match the following sentences with their corresponding pictures writing the correct letter in the parentheses.

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Mr. Jackson is living in Paris now. The Millers will move to Italy next month. The people are throwing rice at the newly married couple. The baby sleeps all night but wakes up very early. Nigel gets up very early and he always goes to bed late at night. The goalkeeper is catching the ball. Tracy will borrow some money from the bank. The bank will lend her enough money to buy a car. That student gives an apple to the teacher every day. The cleaning lady is unlocking the door with a small key.

( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( (

) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) )

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Laboratory
II. Complete the following sentences. Use: BEFORE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Number 7 comes Come The book is Everybody was nervous Don't put it here, put it . having lunch, I usually take a nap. The children always have breakfast , on that shelf. . taking the test. . in Chile we celebrate Labor Day on May 1st. AFTER HERE THERE

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number 6. Sit close to me. going to school.

III.

Classify these pairs of pictures according to the following concepts: BEFORE AFTER HERE THERE

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Laboratory
BUM UNIT 3 HANDOUT 2
I. Answer in complete sentences according to the pictures.

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1.

Where is Mr. Jackson living now?

2.

What is the cleaning lady doing with a small key?

3.

Where will the Millers move next month?

4.

Who are the people throwing rice at?

5.

Why will Tracy borrow some money from the bank?

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Laboratory
II. What would you do with these items? Make your own sentences using WOULD.

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Example

I would photograph all the people I love with this camera.

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2.

3.

4.

4.

5.

6.

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Laboratory
BUM UNIT 3 HANDOUT 3
What do you think these people would say in the different situations? See the example.

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Example

Would you wait for me in the park while I try on those shoes? B: Well... sure...why not?
A:

A: ________________________ _______________________ ? B: ________________________

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A: ________________________ _______________________ ? B: ________________________

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A: ________________________ _______________________ ? B: ________________________

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A: ________________________ _______________________ ? B: ________________________

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A: ________________________ _______________________ ? B: ________________________

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Laboratory
BUM UNIT 4 VOCABULARY
NOUNS day hour minute month night week year actress cent chemistry dancer gas interview kitten legend noise opening piggy bank pollution singer stadium subject surprise tank trombone lesson twin Days of the Week Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday ADJECTIVES calm expensive nervous professional pleased special wrong VERBS (past tense) arrived ate called (up) had happened heard hung (up) interviewed lived looked made needed read said saw started thought took wanted went EXPRESSIONS two hours ago at that time at present last evening the day before last yesterday afternoon OTHERS during never

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Laboratory
BUM UNIT 4 HANDOUT 1 PREPOSITIONS
IN Years Months Seasons Centuries Parts of the day (except night) ON Days Dates Holidays Weekends AT Noon Night Midnight (hour) oclock

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Fill in the blanks with the appropiate preposition: IN, ON or AT. 1. When is your birthday ? July. 2. When were you born ? July 24 .
th

9.

What time do your children have lunch? noon. When do you clean your house? weekends. What time do you leave your house? 7:30 a.m. When will you travel to Europe? February. When do you go swimming? summer. When do you pay your bills? the first of each month. When will you see your parents? Christmas Day. When will we have our Halloween party? October 31st, midnight.

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3.

In which year? 1965.

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4.

What time do your classes start? 3 oclock. When do you watch TV? the evening.

12.

5.

13.

6.

When is your wedding anniversary? May 10 th. When will you graduate? 2006.

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7.

15.

8.

When do you go to the gym? Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

16.

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Laboratory
BUM UNIT 4 HANDOUT 2 SIMPLE PAST TENSE (REGULAR VERBS)
We form the past tense of regular verbs by adding '-ed ' or '-d' to the infinitive form of the verb. Example: wash + live + ed = washed d = lived

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I. a) b) c) d) II.

Write the past tense form of each verb listed below. want look arrive start e) f) g) h) call need type close i) j) k) l) move like listen study

Complete the sentences. Use the past tense of the verb given in parentheses. A: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Oh! Im so happy! because all morning, you (work) you (wash) the car, you (repair) the stove, you (play) with the children, and, you (cook) dinner! I love you!

B: 6. 7. 8. Thank you. But I had some help: the maid (wash) the clothes, she (clean) the house, she (iron) the clothes. How was your day?

A: 9. 10. 11. 12. I had a busy day too! I (type) twelve letters, I (answer) many phone calls, I (attend) a long meeting, and, I (file) many documents.

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Laboratory
BUM UNIT 4 HANDOUT 3
Complete the sentences using there was or there were in the affirmative or interrogative form.

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Somebody stole Mary Anns purse. She is at the police station telling an officer what happened. Officer : All right, ma'am. Calm down. You already described the person. Now, can you tell me what your purse looks like and what you had in it? : Well, it was blue and made of leather. (1) (2) two pairs of eyeglasses in it. (3) some pencils, and (4) (5) a wallet with some money in it, (6) makeup. : (7) : Yes, (8) any credit cards? . ? a green scarf too! a small mirror, and a checkbook, too. some

Mary Ann

Officer Mary Ann Officer Mary Ann Officer

: How many credit cards (9) : Sorry. I cant remember. Oh! And (10)

: That was a big purse ! Well let you know if we find something, ma'am. Dont worry. : Thank you very much, officer.

Mary Ann

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Laboratory
BUM UNIT 4 HANDOUT 4
Look at the picture and complete the story. Use the verbs in the past tense.

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When I (1.be)

a boy, many years ago, I (2. live)

in a small

town far away from here. The school was located near my house so, I (3. be) always on time for classes. The teacher (4. read) about life in big cities. I remember that we (5. eat) the breaks. And after school, we (6. go) train station, to buy candies. One day, I (7. say) move) I (10. work) to my parents: "I want to live in a big city", so I (8. hard at the beginning, but saving some my first car... I (13. drive) it. But I (16. buy) three houses and two apartments. I also a lot! Your grandma nature and the many hard, and after some time, I ( 11. start) to Chicago. Life there (9. be) us many interesting stories fruit and sandwiches during straight to the main store, next to the

money. I remember when I (12. buy) a house. And I ( 15. do) other things too. I (17. have) (18. have) (20. love)

back to my small town to tell my girlfriend, your grandma, I would marry her when I (14. have)

four good cars. We (19. travel) to travel by ship. But she (21. miss)

countryside. One day she (22. say) in a big city". I (23. think) estate agent and I (25. sell)

to me; "Why dont we buy a house in the "Shes right". So I (24. call) everything. Last year we (26. move) the real

country? We are not completely happy here, and now that we are old, we dont need to live

here. Life in a big city can be exciting, but when you are born in a small town and you move to a big city, you always miss the quietness of your hometown.

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Laboratory
BUM UNIT 5 VOCABULARY
NOUNS account alarm clock arrival bath binocular downtown emergency examination fare ladies room necklace pajamas pocket poncho purse reception desk soap subway teaspoon thief tour trouble EXPRESSIONS To be in a hurry To go on foot Far away Right there Good luck! VERBS get into get off get on get out of relax sign

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OTHERS away far quickly still

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Laboratory
BUM UNIT 5 HANDOUT 1
Match the following sentences with their corresponding pictures. Write the correct letter in the parentheses.

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Dont forget to put on your sweater. Its cool outside. Can you take off my bracelet, please? Look! Maureen is getting into a new car and David is getting out of a limousine. Sarah, Im taking your umbrella with me! Im coming back in 20 minutes. James lives in apartment 901. We have to get out on the ninth floor. Many people get on the subway at 8:00 a.m. To get to my office, take bus n 12 and get off at Palm street. My brother will put the old records in a box. Can you take the cups out of the cabinet, please?

( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( )

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Laboratory
BUM UNIT 5 HANDOUT 2
Answer in complete sentences according to the pictures.

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1.

Whose umbrella is he taking with him?

2.

How can we get to your office?

3.

Is she asking her to put the cups into the kitchen cabinet?

4.

Why is the woman telling the teenager not to forget to put on his sweater?

5.

Where will your brother put the old records?

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Laboratory

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6.

Is she asking him to take off her bracelet?

7.

Who is getting out of a limousine?

8.

Do few people get on the subway at 8:00 am?

9.

On which floor do we have to get out?

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Laboratory
BUM UNIT 5 HANDOUT 3
Match the following sentences with their corresponding pictures writing the correct letter in the parentheses.

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

May I put these documents on your desk for a while? The salesman is taking the jewels from the counter. Please, take this hat to Mrs. Stevenson. She is the lady dressed in white. Are you going to take this briefcase with you? I have to take these letters to the post office before they close. You have to take a driving test to obtain your driver's license. How much cream will you take with your coffee? They want to visit the pyramids, so they are going to take a tour the day after tomorrow. The boys will take a shower and I will take a bath.

( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( )

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Laboratory
BUM UNIT 5 HANDOUT 4
I. Answer the questions. Use complete sentences . 1. When does she have to take the letters to the post office?

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2.

Where does the man want to put the documents?

3.

Why are they going to take a tour the day after tomorrow?

4.

Where is the salesman taking the jewels from?

5.

What do I have to do to obtain my driver's license?

6.

What is the man going to take with him?

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Laboratory
II. Complete these sentences with one of the given prepositions.

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on from into

to out

off with

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

Why don't you take me You can take the book Hurry up! Get Take this message Where do we have to get Put your stuff

you to the party, mom? the bookshelf yourself. the bus. It's about to leave. her and don't tell anybody. to go to the zoo? that desk and have a seat. for dinner. all my clothes? the car. with your homework. my new raincoat.

Susan is arriving tomorrow. Let's take her Doctor, did you say I had to take I turn on the radio as soon as I get Please, stop talking and go It's raining! I'm going to put Get

of here, Bobby! I'm cleaning the floor. the house.

It's cold outside. Let's get

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Laboratory
BUM UNIT 5 HANDOUT 5
Read the answers and complete the questions. 1. When Robert and his wife will move to Atlanta in two months. 2. What Im going to give my mother a sweater for Christmas. 3. How many There were four tigers in the zoo. 4. Whose He will borrow his brothers car. 5. How You can get to the library by bus. 6. Where The Ritz Hotel is next to the museum, only three blocks from here. 7. Who My nephew is making a snowman. 8. How much There was a little meat in the fridge. 9. Which Im going to have the gray hat. 10. Why She is going to bed early because she doesnt feel very well.

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Grammar Focus
BUM UNIT 1 GRAMMAR FOCUS

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Would
1

is a modal verb that we use :

TO OFFER THINGS:

Would you like some dessert? Yes, please!

TO INVITE A PERSON:

Would you like to go to the disco tonight? Yes, I would love to. (very emphatic) (Id love to.)

TO EXPRESS A WISH:

I would like to climb that mountain! Id like to climb that mountain!


contraction

(Id = I would)

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Grammar Focus
BUM UNIT 1 GRAMMAR FOCUS

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TO EXPRESS A POLITE REQUEST:

Would you sign here please? Certainly.

Would ... if ?

Corresponds to an unreal condition. It is used to express situations conditioned by something. For example:
(ideal situation) unreal result I would build a house in the country.

condition If I earned a lot of money,

OR
(ideal situation) unreal result I would build a house in the country, condition If I earned a lot of money

What would you do if you had ten thousand dollars? Id use them to help peolple. (Id = I would)

If you had the chance to live anywhere, where would you live? Id live in London. (Id = I would)

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Other Activities
HANDOUT

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A REMARKABLE PARTY
You are having the most remarkable party in history! By suspending time, you are able to invite any 12 people, dead or alive, to the party. Which 12 people would you choose? CONSIDER: 1. 2. It is not necessary that you invite important people. You can choose someone who is interesting for other reasons. Perhaps you would like to establish a theme for the evening. One group of guests would like to have fun, another group of guests would like to discuss interesting philosophical questions. Remember that the guests you invite may depend upon the theme. For example, you would not want to invite people who might hate each other to an evening of fun and relaxation. Choose at least two people who are not in the list. Here is a list of possible guests:

3. 4.

Adam Albert Einstein Aristotle Bill Clinton Buddha Cleopatra Cristopher Reeve Charles Chaplin Elvis Presley Eve Francisco Goya Frank Sinatra Gandhi Janis Joplin John Lennon Johann Goethe

Leornado Da Vinci Ludwig Van Beethoven Marie Curie Margaret Thatcher Mia Farrow Michael Jackson Mother Theresa Napoleon Pablo Picasso Paul Mc Cartney Pel Princess Diana of Wales Sigmund Freud Walt Disney William Shakespeare Winston Churchill

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Other Activities
THE MOST COMMON ENGLISH IRREGULAR VERBS
FIRST GROUP: It includes verbs that have three different forms; Infinitive, Past Tense, and Past Participle. PAST TENSE began bit blew broke came chose did drew drank drove ate fell flew forgot froze got gave went grew hid knew lay rode rang rose ran saw showed sang spoke sprang stole swam took threw wore woke wrote PAST PARTICIPLE begun bit (ten) blown broken come chosen done drawn drunk driven eaten fallen flown forgotten frozen got (ten) given gone grown hid (den) known lain ridden rung risen run seen shown sung spoken sprung stolen swum taken thrown worn woke(n) written TRANSLATION comenzar morder soplar romper venir escoger hacer dibujar beber conducir comer caer volar olvidar helar-congelar agarrar-obtener dar ir crecer esconder saber-conocer tenderse montar-cabalgar tocar-repicar-sonar elevarse correr ver mostrar-ensear cantar hablar brotar robar nadar tomar-llevar lanzar usar-ponerse-vestir despertar escribir

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INFINITIVE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. begin bite blow break come choose do draw drink drive eat fall fly forget freeze get give go grow hide know lie ride ring rise run see show sing speak spring steal swim take throw wear wake write

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Other Activities
SECOND GROUP: It includes the verbs that have the same form for the Past Tense, and Past Participle (R means that it can also be regular). PAST TENSE brought built burnt bought caught dreamt fed felt fought found hung heard held kept laid learnt left lent lit lost made meant met paid read said sold sent shone sat slept smelt spelt spent stood swept taught told thought PAST PARTICIPLE brought built burnt bought caught dreamt fed felt fought found hung heard held kept laid learnt left lent lit lost made meant met paid read said sold sent shone sat slept smelt spelt spent stood swept taught told thought TRANSLATION traer construir quemar comprar atrapar soar alimentar sentir-palpar pelear encontrar suspender-colgar or sostener mantener poner (sobre unasuperficie) aprender dejar, irse (de un lugar) prestar encender perder hacer significar, querer decir reunirse-encontrar pagar leer decir vender enviar brillar sentar dormir oler-olfatear deletrear usar- gastar pararse barrer ensear decir-narrar pensar

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INFINITIVE 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65. 66. 67. 68. 69. 70. 71. 72. 73. 74. 75. 76. 77. bring build burn(R) buy catch dream(R) feed feel fight find hang(R) hear hold keep lay learn(R) leave lend light lose make mean meet pay read say sell send shine sit sleep smell(R) spell (R) spend stand sweep teach tell think

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THIRD GROUP: It includes the verbs that have the same form in the Infinitive, Past Tense, and Past Participle

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INFINITIVE 79. 80. 81. 82. 83. 84. 85. 86. 87. cost cut hit hurt let put set shut spread

PAST TENSE cost cut hit hurt let put set shut spread

PAST PARTICIPLE TRANSLATION cost cut hit hurt let put set shut spread costar cortar golpear herir dejar-permitir poner establecer-poner cerrar extender-esparcir

FOURTH GROUP:

It includes the verbs that are formed by a prefix and a verb (R means that it can also be regular).

INFINITIVE 88. 89. 90. 91. 92. 93. 94. 95. 96. 97. arise awake become broadcast(R) forbid forecast(R) forgive mistake misunderstand understand

PAST TENSE arose awoke became broadcast forbad(e) forecast forgave mistook misunderstood understood

PAST PARTICIPLE arisen awoke(n) become broadcast forbidden forecast forgiven mistaken misunderstood understood

TRANSLATION levantarse-aparecer despertar llegar a ser transmitir prohibir proyectar-pronosticar perdonar equivocarse mal entender comprender

FIFTH GROUP:

It includes the vebs that can also function as auxiliaries with a different meaning from the one stated here.

NFINITIVE 98. be 99. do 100. have

PAST TENSE was/were did had

PAST PARTICIPLE been done had

TRANSLATION ser-estar hacer tener

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Laboratory Keycheck
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BUM, UNIT 1 Handout 1 1. Would you like some orange juice?; 2. Would you like some coffee?; 3. Would you like some tomato salad?; 4. Would you like some Scotch?; 5. Would you like a glass of milk?; 6. Would you like a cup of tea? Handout 2 CHECK YOUR ANSWER WITH YOUR LAB TEACHER SUGGESTED ANSWERS: 1. Someday, I'd like to go to the top of the mountains; 2. Someday, I'd like to ride a bike; 3. Someday, I'd like to travel on a train; 4. Someday, I'd like to become top ten; 5. Someday, I'd like to date Meg; 6. Someday, I'd like to be popular Handout 3 CHECK YOUR ANSWER WITH YOUR LAB TEACHER SUGGESTED ANSWERS: 1. Yes, they would. They'd help me if I were in trouble; 2. No, I wouldn't. I wouldn't wear jeans for my wedding; 3. Yes, I would. I would like to live in a small city/ No, I wouldn't. I wouldn't like to live in a small city; 4. I would buy a big house/ I'd would travel to different countries if I were a millionaire; 5. I would buy elegant clothes; 6. I would like to spend my next vacation in Jamaica; 7. I would rest if I were very tired; 8. I wouldn't run outside during an earthquake; 9. I wouldn't eat pasta if I were on a diet. BUM, UNIT 2 Handout 1 1.E; 2.K; 3.F; 4.I; 5.B; 6. M; 7. Handout 2 1. both; 2. both; BUM, UNIT 3 Handout 1 I 1. Mr. Jackson is living in Paris now. (e); 2. The Millers will move to Italy next month. (c); 3. The people are throwing rice at the newly married couple. (d); 4. The baby sleeps all night, but wakes up very early. (a); 5. Nigel gets up very early, but he always goes to bed late at night. (b); 6. The goalkeeper is catching the ball. (f); 7. Tracy will borrow some money from the bank. (h); 8. The bank will lend her enough money to buy a car. (g); 9. That student gives an apple to the teacher everyday. (j); 10.The cleaning lady is unlocking the door with a small key. (i). 3. one; 4. None; 5. one; 6. Each; 7. one; 8. Each; 9. None; 10. Each; 11. both; 12. none L; 8. D; 9. J; 10.N; 11. H; 12.A; 13.C; 14.G

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II III 1. after; 2. here; 3. before; 4. there; 5. before; 6. Here; 7. there; 8. After. 1. There - Here; 2. Before - After; 3. Here - There; 4. After - Before; 5. Before - After; 6. Here - There.

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Handout 2 I 1. Mr. Jackson is living in Paris now; 2. She is unlocking the door; 3. They will move to Italy; 4. They are throwing rice at the newly married couple; 5. Because she wants to buy a car.

CHECK YOUR ANSWER WITH YOUR LAB TEACHER SUGGESTED ANSWERS: II 1. I would write all my reports with this computer; 2. I would eat this cake for my birthday; 3. I would rest and watch TV in this armchair; 4. I would give this cell phone to my son for his birthday; 5. I would wear this ring in an elegant party; 6. I would play tennis with this new racket. Handout 3 1. A: Would you bring me an aperitif before I order?; B: Well ... sure ... why not?; 2. A: Would I turn on the TV? B: Well ... sure ... why not?; ; 3. A: Would you have a cup of coffee? B: Well ... sure ... why not?; 4. A: Would you like to eat a snack before dinner? B: Well ... sure ... why not?; 5. A: Would you like to eat home made cookies? B: Well ... sure ... why not? BUM, UNIT 4 Handout 1 1. in; 2. on; 3. in; 4. at; 5. in; 6. on; 7. in; 8. on; 9. at; 10. on; 11. at; 12. in; 13. in; 14. on; 15. on; 16. on - at Handout 2 I a) wanted; b) looked; c) arrived; d) started; e) called; f) needed; g) typed; h) closed; i) moved; j) liked; k) listened; l) studied. II 1. worked; 2. washed; 3. repaired; 4. played; 5. cooked; 6. washed; 7. cleaned; 8. ironed; 9. typed; 10. answered; 11. attended; 12. filed. Handout 3 1. There was; 2. there were; 3. there were; 4. there was; 5. there was; 6. there was; 7. Were there; 8. there were; 9. were there; 10. there was. Handout 4 1. was; 2. lived; 3. was; 4. read; 25. sold; 26. moved 5. ate; 6. went; 7. said; 8. moved; 9. was; 10. worked; 11. started; 12. bought; 13. drove;14. had; 15. did; 16. bought; 17. had; 18. had; 19. traveled; 20. loved; 21. missed; 22. said; 23. thought; 24. called;

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BUM, UNIT 5 Handout 1 1. Dont forget to put on your sweater. Its cool outside. (c); 2. Can you take off my bracelet, please? (f); 3. Look! Maureen is getting into a new car and David is getting out of a limousine. (b); 4. Sarah, Im taking your umbrella with me! Im coming back in 20 minutes. (e); 5. James lives in apartment 901. We have to get out on the ninth floor. (a); 6. Many people get on the subway at 8:00 a.m.(d); 7. To get to my office, take bus N 12 and get off at Palm street. (i); 8. My brother will put the old records in a box. (h); 9. Can you take the cups out of the cabinet, please? (g). Handout 2 1. He is taking Sarahs umbrella with him; 2. Take bus N 12 and get off at Palm Street ; 3. No, she isnt. She is asking her to take the cups out of the cabinet; 4. Because it is cool outside; 5. He will put them in a box; 6. Yes, she is asking him to take off her bracelet; 7. David is getting out of a limousine; 8. No, many people get on the subway at 8:00 a.m.; 9. We have to get out on the ninth floor. Handout 3 1. May I put these documents on your desk for a while? (b); 2. The salesman is taking the jewels from the counter. (d); 3. Please, take this hat to Mrs. Stevenson. She is the lady dressed in white. (c); 4. Are you going to take this briefcase with you? (f); 5. I have to take these letters to the post office before they close. (e); 6. You have to take a driving test to obtain your driver's license. (h); 7. How much cream will you take with your coffee? (i); 8. They want to visit the pyramids so they are going to take a tour the day after tomorrow. (g); 9. The boys will take a shower and I will take a bath.(a) Handout 4 I 1. She has to take the letters to the post office before they close; 2. He wants to put the documents on her desk; 3. They want to visit the pyramids; 4. Hes taking the jewels from the counter; 5. You have to take a driving test to obtain it; 6. He is going to take a briefcase with him.

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1. with; 2. from; 3. on; 4. to; 5. off / out; 6. on; 7. out; 8. off; 9. in/ into; 10. on; 11. on; 12. out; 13. in/ into

Handout 5 1. When will Robert and his wife move to Atlanta?; 2. What are you going to give your mother for Christmas?; 3. How many tigers were there in the zoo?; 4. Whose car will he borrow?; 5. How can I get to the library?; 6. Where is the Ritz Hotel? 7. Who is making a snowman?; 8. How much meat was there in the fridge? 9. Which hat are you going to have?; 10. Why is she going to bed early?

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