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PERSONALITY TYPES

1. Lorena loved tennis and basketball. A) a rebel


2. Danny was always getting into arguments. B) geeky
3. Terry studied really hard. C) a joker
4. Dennis didn’t like following rules. D) a party animal
5. Sofia was good at telling funny stories. E) academic
6. Yi-Yi was very sociable. F) a troublemaker
7. Jason was on the computer all the time. G) popular
8. Everyone liked Rita. H) athletic
We use USED TO to talk about things/experiences/activities that were true in the past, but
are not true in the present.

AFFIRMATIVE SENTENCES: When I was a child, I used to have many friends.

NEGATIVE SENTENCES: I didn’t use to obey my parents. I was a rebel.

YES-NO QUESTIONS: Did you use to go to parties? – Yes, I did. I used to be a party animal.

WH QUESTIONS: Where did you use to go on vacations? – I used to go to Cancun.


COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH THE CORRECT FORM OF USED TO AND A VERB IN THE BOX.

DO - GET UP - GO - HAVE - LIVE - PLAY

1. I ____________________ in a small town.


2. I ____________________ early.
3. I didn’t __________________ tennis.
4. We didn’t __________________ any neighbors.
5. What did you __________________ on the weekend?
6. Did you __________________ camping?
 REWRITE THE SENTENCES USING USED TO.

1. I had long hair.


2. I didn’t play soccer.
3. What kind of music did you like?
4. I never liked parties.
5. Where did you live?
6. She always wore a large diamond ring.
7. I went skiing every winter.
8. I was a real joker at school.
1. The man feels sad / nervous.

2. The woman feels angry / excited.

3. The woman feels bored / uncertain.

4. The woman feels bored / sad.


The five human senses are the sense of sight, hearing, touch,
smell, and taste.
These five human senses play a unique role by receiving
signal information from the environment through the sense
organs and relaying it to the human brain for interpretation.
The brain on receiving and interpreting the information tells
the body how to respond.
These senses are contained in specially adapted body sense
organs that include the eyes, ears, skin, nose, and the tongue.
1. MEMORIZE: to learn something so that you will remember it exactly.
I memorized poems and multiplication tables at school.
2. REMIND: to cause (someone) to remember someone or something.
to cause (someone) to fulfil an obligation or to take note of something.

It reminds me of the time we went skiing.


Please remind me to call Sophie.

3. BRING BACK: to make someone think about something from the past.
It brings back vivid memories of my childhood.
4. THINK BACK: to remember something that happened in the past.
I think back to when we met.
1. The smell of _____ reminds me of _____.

2. The song _____ brings back memories of _____.

3. The taste of _____ makes me think of _____.

4. When I see _____,I think back to when _____.

5. The touch of _____ makes me think of _____.