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ENGLISH REVIEW IV

ENGLISH REVIEW IV

II. Complete the chart with the present and past tense of the verbs.

Present

Past

Present

Past

buy

go

come

have

drink

 

met

 

ate

read

feel

 

saw

III. Complete this paragraph with the following past tense verbs.

was / were

lost

did

moved

became

opened

laughed

had

got

hid

wrote

screamed

My best friend in school

Miguel.He and I

in Mrs. Gilbert's third

grade class, and we

friends then.We often

crazy things in class,

but I don't think Mrs. Gilbert ever really

mad at us. For example, Miguel

a pet rat named Curly. Sometimes he

it in Mrs. Gilbert's

desk. Late, when she

the drawer, she always

loudly and

the class

After two years, Miguel's family

to another

town. We

letters to each other for a few years, but then we

contact.

I often wonder what he's doing now.

Describe your father’s job.
Describe your father’s job.

1.

2.

3.

Adverb Frequency Always  Usually  Often  Sometimes

Adverb

Frequency

Always



Usually



Often



Sometimes



Never

 

Are the sentences true (T) or false (F) for you? Change the adverbs in bold to correct the false ones.

1. I usually get up at 6:30 a.m.

2. I never walk to school.

3. I always eat lunch at school.

4. I often play tennis with my friends.

5. I sometimes go to school on Saturdays.

Choose an appropriate adverb to make true sentences about yourself.

1. I

2. I

3. I am

4. I

5. I am

6. I

7. My friends and I

do my English homework.

get up early at the weekend.

sleepy in the mornings.

eat breakfast in bed.

noisy in class.

go to sleep in class.

play football after school.

eat breakfast in bed. noisy in class. go to sleep in class. play football after school.

Grammar:

The present continuous is to talk about things that happening now.

1. Terry is talking Korean again. (Get on the wall. TERRY!)

2. Susan and Cindy are going for a walk.

3. Terry, Alfred, and Steve are singing love songs to Cindy.

. TERRY!) 2. Susan and Cindy are going for a walk. 3. Terry, Alfred, and Steve