Complete as lacunas com o vocabulário adequado .
brush comb dry eat get dressed get up go have make pick up put on rings wake up wear
Every weekday morning Ias soon as my alarm After 10 minutes Iand go to the bathroom. Ia shower, my teeth
andmy hair. After my shower Imyself with a big towel and go back to the bedroom.
In the bedroom Imy makeup and, I sometimes trousers and a blouse or top with sandals or shoes. Next I usually go to the kitchen and
myself a cup of tea, although I sometimes drink coffee instead of tea. For breakfast I often cornflakes, toast and marmalade and a piece of fruit. After breakfast Imy car keys and to work.
1- get up
2- wake up
3- put on rings
13- pick up
Acho que é assim...
like / love
1) a- am going to clean
b- is going to listen
c- is going to see
d- are going to watch
2) a- is tom going to.. / tom is not (isn't) going to..
b- are they going to.. / they are not (aren't) going to..
3) a- they are going to plat soccer
b- I am going to listen to music
c- susan is going to play the guitar
d- are you going to travel by plane?
4) ( I )
( I )
( C )
( I )
5) a- will buy
b- will travel
c- will play
d- won't / will not write
6) a- they'll live..
b- she'll not..
7) a- she will not go to japan
b- will they swim in the lake?
a. She sang a song in the party. (sing)
b. My sister walked to school today. (walk)
C. We drank pineaple juice for lunch yesterday. (drink)
d. They played soccer all day long last Saturday. (play)
e. I did my homework last night. (do)
f. You ate pasta for dinner. (eat)
g. He had breakfast at ten o'clock this morning. (have)
h. Sarah wrote a letter to her boyfriend. (write)
i. It rained a lot yesterday. (rain)
j. So I took my umbrela to go to work. (take)
Obs: Que professor do mal! haha. Ele quase só colocou verbos irregulares — que são aqueles escritos de maneira diferente no presente, passado e passado particípio.
Sing (no presente simples),
Sang (passado simples)
Sung (no passado particípio).
Por outro lado, com verbos regulares (em sua maioria), só é necessário escrever ED no final ou D (caso o verbo termine com E).
Cross (presente simples)
Crossed (passado simples)
Crossed (passado particípio)
b) i was here
c)he is handsome
d)he is fine
não tenho certeza mas acho que seja
só um detalhe, ali tá elvi's, mas o correto é colocar o 's depois da última letra da palavra, mas se a palavra terminar em "s", você apenas coloca um '. não fica elvi's. fica elvis'. caso você precise usar e alguém discutir que tá errado. ; )