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ESL Midterm Oral #2
Answer in a complete sentence. What’s your name?
Answer in a complete sentence. Where are you from?
Answer the question in a complete sentence. How long have you been here?
Answer in a complete sentence. What’s your favorite class?
Answer in a complete sentence. When and where do you do your homework?
Answer in a complete sentence. What do you like to do after school?
Change the sentence to a question. Your friends like to watch TV.
Change the sentence to a question. Your brother lives in New York.
Change the statement from affirmative to negative. I listen to music in school.
Change the statement from affirmative to negative. Laura wants a new backpack.
Change the statement from negative to affirmative. Mrs. Perez doesn’t speak Chinese.
Change the statement from negative to affirmative. The students don’t study after school.
Change the sentence to past tense. We clean the house.
Change the sentence to past tense. We eat lunch at twelve o’clock.
Change the sentence to past tense. Ms. Smith teaches math.
Change the sentence to past tense. I don’t play tennis.
Answer the question in complete sentences. Compare the American Indians in the Northwest to the ones in the Southwest.
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Yesterday, I was at home. In the morning, I listened to music and watched TV. Later, I had lunch and studied. After that, I played the guitar and I played.
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get up go to bed go home have breakfast have lunch go to school.
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Match the words page 32 and grammar page tennis 2. football 3. swimming 4. skiing 5. Indian food 6. Chinese food 7. Pizza 8. burger 9. orange 10.
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The present continuous. 3 reasons 5 reminders 3 reasons Something that is ___________________ at the time of speaking. Something that is happening around.
Question 1 4 points (p ) Answer with an affirmative and a negative statement. How do you get to school?
What did they do last Sunday?. At 3:00 pm last Sunday, what were they doing?
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What animals do you know? What animal do you want to keep as a pet?
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QUESTION TAGS Author: Mariana Kolarska PRESENT TENSES.
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I watched TV Yesterday.. Present TensePast tense (Today)(Yesterday) play played watchwatched listen listened clean cleaned dodid gowent.
Make a sentence! to play tennis to cook to listen to music.
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Always often usually sometimes regularly play interesting games (computer games) watch TV play football (tennis) read books help my Mum (Dad) walk listen.
When do you finish class in the morning? We finish class at 1:00.Then we eat lunch at home.
Change these sentences to past action and future action. GO.
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