English 6

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Find Out 6 

Dream Box 6 

Class 6 

Aprende jugando 3º Ciclo 

 Sexto Curso 

                        TIGER TRACKS 6



do puzzles: hacer pasatiempos

go to concerts: ir a conciertos

make things: construir cosas

collect things: coleccionar cosas

play the drums: tocar la batería

juggle: malabares

use the internet: usar internet

play chess: jugar al ajedrez

go fishing: ir a pescar

practise a foreing language: practicar un idioma extranjero

  • Cursos anteriores: take photos, draw, sing, make models, listen to music, go camp, cook, dance, play computer games, read a book (read a comic), watch T.V., act, fish, play the guitar (play the piano), go to the cinema, (go) shopping.
  • Cursos anteriores: ride a horse (horseride), ride a bike, rollerblade, skateboard, skate, surf, play football, play basketball, play tennis, do karate, swim, ice-skate, cycle, sail, windsurf, play volleyball, run, ski.


Make sentences like these , ask and answer:
Do you go to pop concerts in your free time?
-Never (nunca)
-Sometimes (algunas veces)
-Quite often (muy a menudo)


Present simple + V-ing

SUJ + LIKE + V-ing (Se usa para expresar lo que nos gusta hacer con regularidad)

I LIKE V-ing
Resp. af.: —YES, I DO.
Resp. neg.: —NO, I DON'T.

Resp. af.: —YES, HE DOES.
Resp. neg.: —NO, HE DOESN'T.


I like going to the cinema.
I don't like playing volleyball.
Do you like shopping? —Yes, I do.
Do you like camping? —No, I don't.

He likes doing karate.
He doesn't like sailing in the lake.
Does he like acting? —Yes, he does.
Does he like ice-skating? —No, he doesn't.

Reinforce Activities

 Excercise nº 1
Excercise nº 2
Excercise nº 3
Excercise nº 4
Excercise nº 5
Excercise nº 6
Excercise nº 7


 1) Complete and answer. (p. 4)

Do you play table tennis in your free time
2  Do you  in your free time? 
3   in your free time? 
4   in your free time? 
5   in your free time? 
6   in your free time? 
7   in your free time? 

 2) Match (p. 6 -7)

1David goes to the Streetwise Youth Club
2He meets
3They think the youth club
4David likes
5He can stand on his hands and
6Benny and Liz want to
7Benny, Liz and David form
8They work with
9One year later, they perform
10They are very
David’s brother.
is boring.
for the first time.
do somersaults.
in the streets of Cardiff.
a dance group.
dance like David.
Liz and Benny
3) Complete (p. 6-7)
My favourite character in the story is .
My favourite part of the story is when .
I think this story is  because .
I give the story  /10.
 5) Answer (p. 8)

1 Does Anthony like playing board games? 
Yes, he does.

2 Does Julia like playing table tennis?.
3 Does Julia like playing football? 
4 Does Anthony like juggling? 
5  the computers at the club? Yes, she does
6  computer games? No, he doesn’t.

6) Complete (p. 9)

1 I like 
 chess. I don’t like  the drums.
2 David likes  to the cinema. He doesn’t like  horror films.
3 Kate likes  in the sea. She doesn’t like  on the beach.
4 We like  healthy food. We like ice cream and chocolate, too!

7) Write in order


  • free
  • swimming
  • I
  • like
  • in
  • time
  • my
  • .


  • likes
  • My
  • sister
  • to
  • her
  • friends
  • chatting
  • .


  • music
  • My
  • likes
  • to
  • listening
  • brother
  • .


  • magazines
  • likes
  • reading
  • mum
  • My
  • .


  • likes
  • My
  • taking
  • dad
  • photos
  • .


  • Saturday
  • We
  • going
  • like
  • on
  • excursions
  • on
  • .

8) Complete (p. 9)

1  Sarah 
doesn’t like painting
. She likes 
2  Julia  to music. She .
3  Anna . She .
4  Ben . He .
5  Jake . He .
6  Billy . He .

9) Write sentences about your family or friends

    • 1

    • 2

    • 3

    • 4

    • 5

    • 6

Culture. Wales

Wales is a country that is part of the United Kingdom and the island of Great Britain.
 It has a population  of 3,063,456 .Wales  is very mountainous. The country has a changeable, maritime climate.
Welsh national identity comes from the Celtic Britons and the Roman from Britain in the 5th century.
Wales was politically independent till 1282, when it was conquered by King Edward I of England. Wales hasn't got its own currency.
The national game of Wales is Rugby
Famous Welsh people
Wales is known for its great actors - Richard Burton, Anthony Hopkins and Catherine Zeta Jones.
Sir George Everest - famous traveler and explorer, The highest peak in the world is named after him.
    Roald Dahl (1916–1990)
    Tom Jones

Musical group:

Country Facts


Red dragon on a green and white field.
National Day:    
1 March
 20,779 sq km
 2,918,700 (2002)
Capital City:       
Major Cities:      
Cardiff, Swansea (Abertawe) and Newport (Casnewydd)
Official Language:  
English and Welsh
Nationality :        Welsh and British
Main religions:  
 Anglicanism, Methodism
 Pound Sterling (£)
Highest point:
 Snowdon 1085 metres (3559 ft)
Longest river:    
Towy (Tywi) 103 km (64 miles)
Largest Lake:    
 Bala (4.4 sq km)
Official Animal   Dragon


Coal, copper, iron, lead, and gold have been mined in Wales. Traditionally, livestock farming is the focus of agriculture. The Welsh landscape, protected by three National Parks, and the unique Welsh culture bring in tourism, which is especially vital for rural areas.

Traditional Welsh Food

Welsh food is usually made from local ingredients. Some traditional dishes include laverbread (made from seaweed), bara brith (fruit cake), cawl cennin (leek stew), Welsh cakes, Welsh Rarebit, and Welsh lamb. A type of shellfish, cockles, is often served with breakfast.

Wales for kids



volcano: volcán
glacier: glaciar
cliff: acantilado
waterfall: cascada
mountain range: cordillera
cave: cueva
rainforest: selva
desert: desierto
island: isla
valley: valle
landscape: paisaje
the biggest / the largest: el/la más grande
the tallest/ the highest. el/la más alto/a 
the widest: el/la más ancho/a
the longest: el/la más largo/a
the deepest: el/la más profundo/a
the hottest: el/la más cálido/a
the youngest: el/la más joven
the noisiest: el/la más ruidoso
the funniest: el/la más divertido/a
the shortest: el/la más corto/a
the nicer: el/la más bonito/a
the strangest: el/la más extraño/a
the most interesting: el/la más interesante
the most intelligent: el/la más inteligente
the most exceptional. el/la más exepcional
the most dangerous: el/la más peligroso/a


Sujeto +Verbo to be the + adjetivo superlativo + nombre + in the World / in  my class/ my country..

The Teide    is        the     high + est         mountain       in   my country.
El Teide      es     la  montaña        más  alta        de         mi     país.

- Adjetivo monosílabo: short..........the shortest
- Adjetivo monosílabo formado por vocal +consonante+ vocal :
   big.............the biggest.
- Adjetivo bisílabo terminado en y ....happy...the happiest.
- Adjetivos largos: beautiful.....the most beautiful.

1- Answer:  (Yes, there are / No, there aren't)
Are there any volcanoes in your country?
Are there any mountain ranges in your country?
Are there any cliffs in your country?
Are there any glaciers in your country?
Are there any waterfalls in your country?
Are there any rainforests in your country?
Are there any deserts in your country?
Are there any island in your country?
Are there caves in your country?

2- Make sentences like this:
Which is the highest mountain in the World?
Mount Everest is the highest mountain in the World.

1- The Nile / the longest river
2- The Sahara/the hottest desert
3- The Amazon/the widest river 
4- The Pacific / the deepest ocean
5- The White shark/ the most dangerous shark

 Vocabulary (p. 24)                 
coconuts: cocos              

They grow on trees. 
They've got liquid inside.
They're brown and hard.

citrus fruit: frutos cítricos.
They are orange, yellow or green                                             They've got lots of vitamin C.

coffee: café                        
It's a dark brown drink.

salt: sal                               
It adds flavour to food.
You have it  on the table.

sugar: azúcar                     
It's sweet, you add it to tea or                                                   coffee.

honey: miel                        
It's sweet, it comes from bees.

olives: aceitunas               
They grow on trees, they are                                                    
black  or green.

beans: judías                     
They are red or white, they're                                                    healthy.

rice: arroz                          
It's an ingredient of paella. It's a                                               type of cereal.

species : especias           
They add different flavours to food.                                    They're tasty.

Does Jamaica produce coconuts?

 - Yes, I think so  
 - I'm not really sure  
 - No, I don't think so

Does you country produce olives?

Does Spain produce beans?

Jamaica is an island nation located in the Caribbean.
In 2012 the population of Jamaica was estimated to be around 2.9 million.

The capital and largest city in Jamaica is Kingston.

Jamaica was claimed by Spain after Christopher Columbus landed there in 1494. It then came under English rule in 1655 before gaining independence in 1962.

The longest mountain range in Jamaica is called the Blue Mountains. Blue Mountain Peak is the highest point on the island at 2256 metres (7402 feet).

Jamaica has a tropical climate with high temperatures and humid weather.

Jamaica is prone to damage caused by hurricanes.

Jamaica has 8 native snake species, but relax, none of them are venomous.

In Jamaica they drive on the left-hand side of the road.

The currency is the Jamaican dollar.

Jamaica exports agricultural products such as bananas, coffee and sugar.

Languages spoken in Jamaica include Jamaican Patois and Jamaican English.

Jamaica has a high level of crime.

Reggae music originated in Jamaica, home of well known musician Bob Marley.

Over 1 million tourists visit Jamaica every year.

Jamaica produces many talented sportspeople, especially in track & field where athletes such as Usain Bolt, Johan Blake and Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce have excelled.

 Jamaican coconut cake. Vocabulary (p. 25)

recipe: receta
grow: crecer
warm tropical climate: clima tropical templado
butter: mantequilla
brown sugar: azúcar moreno
tablespoon: cucharada grande
teaspoon: cucharadita pequeña
baking powder: levadura
grated dark chocolate: chocolate negro derretido
first of all: lo primero
last of all: por último
bowl: cuenco
mix: mezclar
mixture: masa, mexcla
smooth: batido, mezclado
add: añadir
one at a time: uno a uno
flour: harina
greased baking tin: bandeja de horno engrasada
bake: hornear
oven: horno
pour: echar, derramar
serve: servir

The hurricane and the coconut tree. Vocabulary(p. 26)

hurricane: huracán
moving towards: moviéndse hacia
force five: de fuerza cinco
safe: seguro
path: camino
picks up: llevar, arrancar
drop: echar, derramar
storm: tormenta
devast: devastar
sadly: desgraciadamente


Contables  nouns. Pueden ir en singular o plural.

There is a banana           There are some bananas
Hay un plátano                                    Hay algunos plátanos

There isn't a banana       There aren't any bananas
No hay un plátano                              No hay algunos plátanos

Is there a banana?          Yes, there is  /  No, there isn't
¿Hay un  plátano?                                 Si hay / No hay

Are there any bananas?  Yes, there are/ No, there aren't
¿Hay algunos plátanos?                      Si hay / No hay

Uncontable nouns

There is some sugar              Hay azúcar

There isn't any sugar             No hay azúcar

Is there any sugar?               ¿Hay azúcar?

Yes, there is / No, there isn't   Si hay/ No hay

Los nombres incontables van siempre en singular.

There is some milk   There isn't any milk   

Cuando se especifica la  cantidad, pueden ir en singular o plural.

There is a bottle of milk     There are five bottles of milk

Some : sólo afirmativo  algo o algunos
Any:    interrogativo ..... algo o algunos 
            negativo  ........... ninguno o nada 

Exercise 1
Exercise 2
Exercise 3
Exercise 4
Exercise 5 
Exercise 6
Exercise 7


Hay naranjas
Hay mantequilla
No hay leche
No hay manzanas
¿Hay cocos? Si, hay
¿Hay azúcar? No hay
Hay un huevo
Hay un paquete de harina
Hay tres botellas de agua

Complete with a/an, some, any

There is..............apple
There is ............coconut
There are......................oranges
There are .....................packets o flour
There isn't....................rice
There aren't..................lemons
Is there..............coffee? Yes, there is
Are there ..............eggs? No, there aren't 



  • airport

  • botanical garden

  • sports stadium

  • post office

  • port

  • bank

  • theme park

  • shopping centre

  • main square

  • tourist information office

Answer the questions: 

 (Yes, it has / I think so,   No, it hasn't / I don't think so)

Has your town got an airport?
Has your town got botanical gardens?
Has your town got a sports stadium?
Has your town got a post office?
Has your town got a port?
Has your town got a bank?
Has your town got a theme park?
Has your town got a shopping centre?
Has your town got a main square?
Has your town got a tourist information office?

Vocabulary and definitions

airport: It's a place where you can see planes.
port: It's a place where you can see ships and boats.
theme park: It´s a place where you can have fun.
bank: It's  place where you can leave your money.
post office: It's a place where you can buy stamps.
train station: It's a place where you can catch a train
tourist information office: It's a place where you can have information about interesting places to visit.
shopping centre: It's a place where you can visit different shops.
main square:It's  the main place in the city, it has statues, fountains and people walking or taking photos.
sports stadium: It's a place where you can watch or play sports matches.
botanical garden: It's a place where you can see  beautiful flowers and plants.

p. 35
take: coger, durar, tardar
journey: viaje
amazing: asombroso
bridge: puente
georgous: espléndido

p. 36 - 37

alibi: coartada
plan planear
robbery: robo
happen: ocurrir 
clamsy: torpe
earring: pendiente
steal: robar
mistaken:error, confusión
twin sister: hermana gemela
thief: ladrón
fall: caer
find: encontrar

p. 40 - 41

character: personaje
almost everyone: casi todo el mundo
know: conocer
song: canción
sell: vender
fresh sea food: marisco fresco 
wheelbarrow: carretilla
alive: vivo/a
cockles: conchas
mussel: mejillón 

P. 42 - 44

sat-nav: navegador por satélite
laptop: ordenador portátil
online shopping. compras por internet 
adress: dirección
find out: averiguar 

FORM OF GOVERNMENT: Constitutional Democracy
POPULATION: 4,832,765
AREA: 26,592 square miles (68,890 square kilometers)
MAJOR MOUNTAIN RANGES: Macgillycuddy's Reeks, Wicklow Mountains
MAJOR RIVERS: Shannon, Liffey, Boyne, Moy, Barrow

Ireland's flag 

Ireland's map

Ireland is an island nation on the westernmost edge of Europe. It is the continent's second largest island (after Great Britain). The Republic of Ireland occupies 80 percent of this landmass, while a large chunk of land in the north is part of the United Kingdom.

The Irish have a great affection for nature and rural life. The country's first coins even featured pictures of animals. Low levels of development and pollution in Ireland have left most of the nation's open spaces relatively undisturbed.

Ireland is a nation of storytellers. The tradition dates back to Celtic bards, who would record and recite the country's history. Many famed writers come from Ireland, including four winners of the Nobel Prize for literature. The Irish also excel in music and sports.

The government of Ireland consists of an elected parliament, which makes the laws, and a president, who is head of state. The head of the government is the Taoiseach (pronounced tee-shuck), which means "chief." The Taoiseach is the leader of the political party with the most parliament members.

 Verb to be. Past tense

subjectmain verb

+I, he/she/itwas
You, we, theywere
in London.
-I, he/she/itwasnotthere.
You, we, theywerenothappy.
?WasI, he/she/it
Wereyou, we, they

Verb To BE : Ser o estar
I am: Yo soy 
You are: Tú eres 
He is: Él es
She is: Ella es 
 It is : Eso es 
We are: Nosotros somos 
You are: Vosotros sois 
They are: Ellos son 
I was: Yo era
You were: Tú eras
He was: Él era
She was: Ella era
It was: Eso era
We were: Nosotros éramos
You were: Vosotros érais
They were: Ellos eran 

El verbo to be no necesita auxiliar. Para la interrogación cambia el orden y para la negación utiliza not.

esquema_de_horas_-_time.JPG Reloj analógico
2_menos_cuarto.jpg 2_en_punto.jpg 2_y_cuarto.jpg 2_y_media.jpg
It's quarter to two. It's two o'clock. It's quarter past two. It's half past two.

Hora analógica
Hora digital
It's five o'clock. _5:00_ It's five o'clock.
It's quarter past five. _5:15_ It's five fifteen.
It's half past five. _5:30_ It's five thirty.
It's quarter to six. _5:45_ It's five forty-five.

Preguntar qué hora es
  • What's the time?
  • What time is it?
    • Respuesta: IT'S + HORA
What time is it? It's twelve o'clock.

Preguntar a qué hora sucede una acción
  • What time do you -ACTION (go to bed)?
  • What time does he -ACTION (go to bed)?
    • Respuesta: AT + HORA
What time do you go to school? At quarter to nine.

Preguntar a qué hora  estábamos en un sitio.
What time were you at Times Square? We were at Times Square at six o'clock.
Preguntar dónde estábamos a un hora.
Where was he at four o'clock? He was at home at four o'clock. 

Make sentences using this structure:

Where + was/were + sujeto + at + time ?

Sujeto + was/were + at + place + at + time 

¿Dónde estuviste tú a las cuatro en punto?

Yo estuve en casa a las cuatro en punto.

¿Dónde estuvo ella a las diez y media?

Ella estuvo en el colegio a las diez y media.

¿Dónde estuvísteis vosotros a las dos y cuarto?

Nosotros estuvimos en el restaurante a las dos y cuarto.

¿Dónde estuvieron ellos a las siete menos cuarto?

Ellos estuvieron en el centro comercial a las siete menos cuarto.    

Write the digital time.
 12: 34 : It's twelve thirty four

UNIT 5 - Ingenious Inventions



light bulb: bombilla
umbrella: paragüas
stamps: sellos
dishwasher: lavavajillas
plasters: tiritas
paper clips: clips
microwave: microondas
microscope: microscopio
bilingual dictionary: diccionaio binlingüe
digital thermometer: termómetro digital

1- Answer
How old is the light bulb? It's less than 100 years old.
                                          It's between 100  200 years old.
                                          It's more than 200 years old.

less than 100 - more than 200 - between 100 and 200

1- How old is the light bulb?

It's …............................years old
2- How old are stamps?

They're......................... years old

3- How old is the umbrella?
It's.................................years old

4- How old is the dishwasher?
It's …............................years old.

5- How old are the plasters?
They're ….......................years old.

6- How old is the paper clip?
It's...................................years old

7- How old is the microwave?
It's …..............................years old

8- How old is the microscope?
It's..................................years old.

9- How old is the bilingüal dictionary?
It's.......................................years old

10- How old is the digital thermometer?
It's …..............................years old
Repeat the same question with every invention.

2- Match  the definitions with the words of the vocabulary
1   It's a thing you use when it's raining - umbrella
 It's a thing you use when you cook
3   It's a thing you use when it's dark and you want to see
4   It's a thing you use when you want to keep pieces of paper together
5   It's a thing you use when you look at very very small things
6   It's a thing you use when you cut yourself
7   It's a thing you use when you want to send a letter

8- It's a thing you use when you study a foreign language
9- It's a thing you use to wash the plates
10- It's a thing you use to see the temperature

    p. 45
Answer the questions:
Who invented the light bulb?
Who invented the dishwasher?
Who invented a type of clock?
Who invented Mr. Potato?
Who painted the Mona Lisa? 

inventor: inventor
scientist: científico

Regular verbs

invent - invented: inventar
live - lived: vivir
talk - talked: charlar
help - helped: ayudar
discover - discovered: descubrir
like - liked: gustar
visit- visited: visitar
watch- watched: observar
design - designed: diseñar
paint- painted: pintar
work-worked: trabajar
want-wanted: querer
study-studied: estudiar
learn-learned: aprender
appear-appeared: aparecer
die-died: morir

Irregular verbs

write -  wrote :escribir
become - became: llegar a ser
went - go: ir
see - saw: ver
am/is/are - was/were: ser
has/have - had: tener


The structure for positive sentences in the past simple tense is:
subject+main verb

The structure for negative sentences in the past simple tense is:
subject+auxiliary verb+not+main verb


The structure for question sentences in the past simple tense is:
auxiliary verb+subject+main verb

The auxiliary verb did is not conjugated. It is the same for all persons (I did, you did, he did etc). And the base form and past form do not change. Look at these examples with the main verbs go and work:

subjectauxiliary verb
main verb

wentto school.

workedvery hard.
-Shedidnotgowith me.
goto London?
workat home?
Exception! The verb to be is different. We conjugate the verb to be (I was, you were, he/she/it was, we were, they were); and we do not use an auxiliary for negative and question sentences. To make a question, we exchange the subject and verb. Look at these examples:

subjectmain verb

+I, he/she/itwas
You, we, theywere
in London.
-I, he/she/itwasnotthere.
You, we, theywerenothappy.
?WasI, he/she/it
Wereyou, we, they
Use of the Past Simple Tense

  • Click and listen 6.5. Escucha las palabras. Luego, pulsa START y trata de escribirlas (puedes pulsar en el icono del altavoz para escucharlas de nuevo).

 Irregular Verbs

  Simple Past

The Irregular Verbs. Listado de verbos irregulares, con imágenes y frases de ejemplo.

Reading & Comprehension: The Canterville Ghost. Text and online activities. Printed version of the text and activities.

external image ESLverbsforbeginners.jpg
ESL Listening Exercise: Past Tense for Beginners


Telling about famous people in the past. Contar brevemente la historia de personajes históricos . Usa verbos en pasado.
You can find information here.

Christopher Columbus was born in 1451 .He was  Italian. He was an explorer, colonizer, and navigator. He discovered America. He was the principle discoverer of  America. His discoveries and travels were very importat for the European colonisation of Latin and North America.
Christopher Columbus was born in  Genoa, in  Italy. His father was a middle class wool merchant. Columbus learnt to sail when he was very young, and worked as a business agent, travelling around Europe to England, Ireland and later along the West coast of Africa. He read extensively on astronomy, science and navigation. He spoke fluent in Latin, Portuguese and Spanish. He died in  1506.

Regular Verbs

live - lived: vivir 
develope - developed: desarrollar
save- saved: salvar
die - died: morir
treat - treated: tratar
travel - travelled: viajar
discover - discovered: descubrir
have - had: tener
work - worked: trabajar
want - wanted: querer
invent - invented: inventar
play - played: jugar
kill - killed: matar
repeat - repeated: repetir
notice - noticed: darse cuenta
use - used: usar
like - liked: gustar 
paint - painted: pintar
design - designed: diseñar
study - studied: estudiar
learn - learned: aprender


Copy and translate. Look p. 48

1)    Did + sujeto + verbo presente + complemento? 
          Yes, he/she/I did / No, he/she/I didn't
¿Vivió él en Inglaterra? Si
Did he live in England? Yes, he did
1-¿Vivió ella en Los Estados Unidos? Si
2-¿Descubrió él una vacuna? No
3-¿Inventó él la bombilla? Si

2)    Where/What/When + did + sujeto + verbo presente + complemento?
          Sujeto + verbo pasado + complemento
 ¿Dónde vivió? Él vivió en Francia
  Where did he live? He lived in France
1-¿Dónde vivió ella? Ella vivió en Inglaterra
2- ¿Qué inventó él? Él inventó el termómetro digital
 3-¿Cuándo vivió ella? Ella vivió de 1.847 a 1.930

Review Unit 5

1)    Order and answer   ( Yes, he did / No, he didn’t)  p. 48

Jenner – Did – lives – many – save – ?

Did Jenner save many lives?                      Yes, he did

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from – 1749 – to – 1823 – live – he – Did ?

Did he live from 1749 to 1823?                  Yes, he did

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palace – Did – he – in – live – a ?

Did he live in a palace?                                 No, he didn't

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hedgehogs – Did – watching – like – he?

Did he like watching hedgehogs?               Yes, he did

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he- travel – Did – boat – a – in ?

Did he travel in a boat?                                 No, he didn't

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2)    Complete

What -did-------he-----do--------in his free time? He liked---watching birds and hedgehogs

Where did--he------treat many people? He often treated---------many people at his----home-----------

Did--he------take money from poor --people--? He didn’t---take  money from poor people

 When-----------------did he --travel---------in a ballon? He travelled--------  in a ballon-----------------------in 1784

3)    Write these sentences in past simple

         She lives in London   She lived in London

He works as an inventor He worked as an inventor

I don’t travel by plane    I didn't travel by plane

Do you learn English?     Did you learn English?

4)    Read the answer . Complete the questions in the present or in the past.
He lives in New York.

What-------did---------------Lewis Carroll--------create----------?
Lewis Carroll created Alice in Wonderland

Where--------did--------------she-------work----------after collage?
She worked for Green Peace.

Who ---------does-------------she--------help-------------now?
She helps her grandparents.

Where -------did----------he----live---------------in 2010?
He lived in Madrid, Spain.

What------does-------------he-----want-------- to do in the future?
He wants to learn a foreign language.

5)    Complete and write the invention

You need these to send letters                                  stamps
You need these to hold papers together                      clips
You need this when it’s raining                                        umbrella
This invention in for washing  plates and cups    dishwasher
This invention is for cooking  food quickly                     microwave
This invention is for looking at very small things      microscope
You need this to find the translation of words           bilingüal dictionary
You need this when you have a cut on your skin        plasters
This invention is for checking your body temperature  
                                                        digital thermometer

Save –saved : salvar                         help – helped: ayudar
Hedgehog: erizo                                 want – wanted: querer                           
Travel – travelled: viajar                   take money : coger dinero
Treat – treated: tratar                        castle . castillo
poor people: gente pobre                 palace: palacio
ballon / hot air ballon: globo            free time: tiempo libre
boat: barco                                            do – did: hacer (también es auxiliar)
plane: avión                                          creat – created: crear
work – worked: trabajar                    What: Qué?
learn – learned – aprender              Where: Dónde?
study – studied: estudiar                  When: Cuándo?
live – lived: vivir  (lives: vidas)         Who? Quién?
Papers: papeles                                  together: juntos
Plates: platos
Cups: tazas
Words: palabras
Cut. Corte, herida

Send: enviar

Raining. Lloviendo

Food: comida

Small. Pequeño

Temperatura: temperatura

Hold: sujetar

 Information about Canada
do the washing up: fregar los platos
make your /my / his / her clothes away: colocar mi /tu/ su ropa
make my/ your/ his/ her/ bed: hacer mi/ tu/ su cama
tidy up: recoger, ordenar
clean the windows: limpiar las ventanas
take out the rabbish: sacar la basura
feed the pets: ponerle la comida a las mascotas
water the plants: regar las plantas
sweep the floor: barrer el suelo
wash the car: lavar el coche

Answer the questions:

Who makes the bed?
Who does the washing up?
Who puts your clothes away?
Who tidies up?
Who cleans the windows?
Who sweeps the floor?
Who washes the car?   

I usually do 
My mother/ father / brother / sister/ does
Everybody do







1)    Complete and study irregular verbs
Infinitive           Past              Meaning               
Make                                       hacer
Take                                        coger
Run                                         correr
Put                                          poner
Sweep                                     barrer
Feed                                        alimentar
Come                                      venir

Made – took – came – fed – put – ran – swept

2)    Write the past
I sweep the floor every day
I don’t take out the rabbish today
He feeds the cat once a week
Do you put your clothes away every day? Yes, I do
Does she make her bed once a week? No, she doesn’t

Today (hoy)                          yesterday (ayer)
Everyday (cada día)             last week (la semana pasada)
Every week (cada semana) 
Once a week (una vez a la semana)

3) Ask questions
Zoe cleans the Windows.
Zoe’s mother takes out the rabbish
Zoe’s sister feeds the dog.
Zoe’s father washes the car

  4) Translate the sentences and then write the interrogative and negative form


Yo barrí el suelo ayer

I swept the floor yesterday  

Did I sweep the floor yesterday?

I didn't sweep the floor yesterday



1-Tú limpiaste las ventanas la semana pasada

2- Ella regó las plantas ayer

3- Él lavó el coche la semana pasada




Review Unit 6
Zoe fregó los platos ayer, pero no hizo las camas.
Zoe did the washing up yesterday, but she didn’t make the bed.
Daniel sacó la basura ayer, pero no barrió el suelo.
Daniel took out the rubbish yesterday, but he didn't sweep the floor.

Tom ordenó su ropa la semana pasada, pero no limpió las ventanas.
Tom put his clothes away last week,but he didn't clean the windows 


Ruth le puso la comida al perro y regó las plantas.

Ruth fed the dog and she watered the plants.

Susan lavó el coche y recogió su habitación ayer.
Susan washed the car and she tidied up her room yesterday 

Peter sacó la basura y le puso la comida al gato el fin de semana pasado.
Peter took out the rubbish and he fed the cat last weekend


¿Jugó su madre un importante partido el fin de semana pasado? Si, lo hizo.

Did her mother play an important match last weekend? Yes, she did.

¿Ganó su equipo? No, no lo hizo.
Did her team win? Yes, it did

¿Marcó muchos goles? Si, lo hizo.
Did she score lots of goals? No, she didn't


¿Qué tareas de casa haces? Yo saco la basura y hago mi cama.

What chores do you do? I take out the rubbish and I make my bed.

¿Qué tareas de casa hace tu hermano? Riega las plantas y le pone la comida a la mascota.
What chores does your brother do? He waters the plants and he feeds the pet.


¿Quién friega los platos? Mi padre.

Who does the washing up? My father does

¿Quién ordena la ropa? Mi hermana
Who puts the clothes away? My sister does

Regular verbs

Wash the car    washed the car       lavar el coche

Water the plants    watered  the plants    regar las plantas

Clean the windows    cleaned the windows      limpiar las ventanas

Tidy up    tidied  up     ordenar, recoger

Score goals    scored  goals     marcar goles

Play   played    jugar

Irregular verbs
Do  did    hacer  (también es auxiliar)

Do the washing up     did the washing up      fregar los platos

Make the beds      made the beds      hacer las camas

Take out  the rubbish      took out the rubbish        sacar la basura

Win    won    ganar

Sweep   the floor      swept  the floor          barrer el suelo

Put  the clothes  away      put  the clothes away       ordenar la ropa,  poner la ropa  en su sitio
Feed  the pets       fed   the pets      poner la comida a las mascotas ,  alimentar

Get  up     got up   levantarse


chores  tareas de casa       
last week    semana pasada
team  equipo                
last weekend    fin de semana pasado

match  partido                     
yesterday    ayer





Waterproof jacket (chubasquero): It's a thing you use to be dry when it's raining 

blanket (manta): It's big and flat, you put it on your bed  when it's cold.

sleeping bag (saco de dormir): When you go camping it's your bed, you sleep in it to be warm.

tent (tienda): when you go camping it's your house, you live in it.

torch (linterna) : It's a thing you use to see when it's dark 

first aid kit (botiquín):  It's has many things you need when you have a cut or  you are sick.

towel (toalla): you use it after a shower or after swimming

toothbrush and toothpaste(cepillo y pasta de dientes): you use it when you cleran your teeth. 

penknife (navaja): you use it to cut many different things 

map and compass (mapa y brújula): you use to find the way where you go 




El futuro próximo se forma :

Sujeto + Verbo to be + going to +  Verbo principal. 

 He's going to swim in the pool.

La forma interrogativa se hace igual que el verbo to be, cambiando el orden.

 Is he going to swim in the pool? Yes, he is  / No, he isn't

La forma negativa se forma también como el verbo to be, añadiendo not contraido o sin contraer.

He isn't going to swim in the pool.









































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