sábado, 1 de maio de 2010

Paper L.30

A)Teacher's questions:
1.How many bedroom are there in your house?
2.Is your bedroom large or small?
3.Was there a blackboard in this classroom last class?
4.How many students were there in the classroom last class?
5.Were there pennants in Charlie's room? What kind of pennants?
6.Is there anything on your bedroom walls?
7.What's your room like?
8.Describe your house.
9.Decribe your mother.

B)Teacher's answers:
1.Yes, there was.
2.There were four bedrooms upstairs.
3.No, there weren't.
4.There weren't many animals there.
5.No, their house in Canada was huge.
6.No, but there was a study downstairs.
7.No, there was a dining room between the living room and the kitchen.
8.My father is thin, tall and is dark-haired.
9. They are farm animals.

C)Teacher's requests:
1.Ask a question using 'was there'
2.Ask a question using 'were there'
3.Ask Bia what her house is like.
4.Ask Vinicius what there is on his bedroom walls.
5.Ask Livia to describe her mother.

Paper L.42 / TN4

A) Teacher's questions:
1. Why do people go to bus terminals?
2. Who was in your house when u]you arrived home yesterday? What was s/he (were they) doing when you arrived?
3. What was I doing when you arrived here (CCAA)?
4. Are you a jealous person?
5. What do you think of jealousy?
6. If a stranger comes over to you and asks you for some information, will you give it to him/her?
7. Which do you think are more attractive, blog]ds, brunettes or redheads?
8. When was the last time you had an interesting chat with a friend? What did you talk about?
9. Do you live alone?
10. Tell a situation where you can say, "Take it easy".

B) Teacher's answers:
1. He was talking to his mother.
2. No, I'm not, bu he is very jealous of me.
3. No, he wasn't. He was with his aunt.
4. In my opinion, redheads are.
5. Yes, I saw her last night.
6. No, he was holding on to Nancy's arm.
7. When Peter saw us, we were playing soccer.

C) Teacher's requests:
1. Ask a question using the past continuous tense.
2. Introduce Abraham to Thais.
3. Ask Vanessa when she last went to the bus terminal.
4. Ask her, she went there.
5. Ask who went with her.