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martes, 7 de junio de 2011
jueves, 2 de junio de 2011
36. He ran past me.
37. Your essay is off the point.
38. What time do you get home? (“reach” indica dificultad en el logro).
39. …for her family.
40. ... with my schoolmates//fellow students.
41. Her mother is going to pick her up from school. (“Fetch” se usa para recoger cosas, objetos).
42. She had a filial piety. (devoción)
43. We arranged the furniture. (“furniture” es incontable y por lo tanto va siempre en singular)
44. I had to collect the equipment. (“equipment” es incontable, singular)
45. There were three pieces of evidence (“evidence” incontable, singular)
46. She suffers from gastric problems.
47. He presented (“entregó”) the prizes. (“Give away” implica que era algo gratis o sin esfuerzo)
48. Let’s go to see a show (To go + to INF: ir a + INF)
49. We tried to get on the bus (To get on/onto: subirse a un tren/bus/avión,...; To get in/into: subirse a un coche)
50. We went up the stage.
51. When I phoned her, they said that she had already gone back.
52. They talk about the going-ons. (El plural de una palabra compuesta se pone en la última parte).
53. Hand in your work (“Hand in”: entregar tareas, trabajo, etc).
54. She had a fever // She was running a fever.
55. Switch on the light for me.
56. He was sounding his horn at me.
57. We tried to cope with the problem.
58. I was considered a real angel.
59. He was always dependent.
60. His standard has gone down (“go down: empeorar”)
61. Regardless of what has happened....
62. My mother forbade me to go out. (“Forbid: prohibir”)
63. She dressed very attractively.
64. I dressed in my school uniform (“To dress in: ir vestido de...”)
65. I want to emphasise this point // put special emphasis on this point.
66. Even though she was French.
67. I have never seen this before // I jhave seen this before.
68. She had never been to Paris.
69. He was always calling for help.
70. They look forward to providing a friendly service.
16. I would do something indoors
17. I stayed in the washroom for 30 minutes. Hopefully, my body would be dry by then.
18. There were a lot of people looking at me.
19. ...to turn the fan to a higher power.
20. From time to time loud crashes.
21. I could see the ancient house.
22. I saw a human figure.
23. ...intent on getting their revenge.
24 We changed into different clothes.
25. I agree with the statement that she made.
26. I came down from the bus
27. We were engaging in chitchat.
28. There were a lot of people.
29. Although it is late I will still come.
30. I was waiting from my results.
31. The reporter was biased against him and was always criticising him.
32. He complained about the reporter is bias.
33. I will take you there.
34 He was of medium build.
35. They were made in China.
miércoles, 1 de junio de 2011
2. There aren’t any oranges in the fridge.
3. There isn’t any water, but there is some coffee.
4. Is there any tea? Yes, there is.
5. Is there any ice-cream? Yes, there is.
6. There are some lemons in the kitchen.
7. There are some books on the table.
8. Is there any apple pie?
9. My father was born in 1950.
10. Look! It’s raining.
11. Every day, he gets up early.
12. The weather is unpredictible//changeable here.
13. This is a scene showing a natural disaster.
14. He was wearing (a pair of) long pants.
15. They seem to be happy.
martes, 17 de mayo de 2011
- Is there any tomatoe’s sopa today? (¿Hay sopa de tomate hoy?) 2 mistakes: grammar (G), vocabulary (V)
- There aren’t any orange in the fridge. (No hay naranjas en el frigorífico) 1 mistake: grammar (G)
- There isn’t any water, but there is any coffee. (No hay agua, pero hay café) 1 mistake: grammar (G)
- Is there te? Yes. (¿Hay té? Sí.) 4 mistakes:2 grammar (G), vocabulary (V), omission
- There are ice-cream in the fridge? (¿Hay helado en el frigorífico?) 3 mistakes: word order (W.O.), grammar (G), grammar (G)
- There are limons in the kitchen. (Hay limones en la cocina.) 2 mistakes: vocabulary (V), grammar (G)
- There are books in the table. (Hay libros en la mesa.) 2 mistakes: grammar (G)
- Are there apple’s cake. (¿Quedan tarta de manzana?) 4 mistakes: grammar (G), gramar (G), gramar (G), vocabulary (V)
- My father born in 1950. 1 mistake: grammar (G)
- Look! It’ll rain. 1 mistake: grammar (G)
- Everyday, he gets up early. 1 mistake: grammar (G)
- The weather is unstable here. 1 mistake: grammar (G)
- This is a scene describing a natural disaster. 1 mistake: verb mistaken
- He was wearing a long pants. 1 mistake: grammar (G)
- They seems to be happy. 1 mistake: grammar (G)
- I would do something indoor.
- I stayed in the washroom for 30 minutes. Hopefully my body will be dry by then.
- There were eyes looking at me.
- ... to switch the fan to a higher volume.
- From time to time loud crushes ...
- I could see the asian house.
- I saw a human feature.
- ... intent on getting there revenge.
- We changed into different clothings.
- I agree to the statement that she made. 1 mistake: grammar (G)
- I came down the bus.
- We were chit chatting.
- There were a lot people.
- Although it is late, but I will still come.
- I was awaiting my results.
- The reporter was biased towards him, and was always criticising him.
- He complained about the biasness of the reporter.
- I will bring you there. 1 mistake: grammar (G)
- He was of medium built. 1 mistake: grammar (G)
- They were China-made.
- He ran pasted me. 1 mistake: grammar (G)
- Your essay is out of point.
- What time do you reach home?
- ... for her family members.
- ... with my fellow schoolmates.
- Her mother is going to fetch her from school.
- She was filial.
- We arranged the furnitures.
- I had to collect the equipments.
- There were three evidences.
- She suffers from gastric.
- He gave away the prizes.
- Let's go for a show. 1 mistake: grammar (G)
- We tried to go up the bus.
- We went up the stage.
- When I phoned her, they said that she had gone back already.
- They talked about the going-ons.
- Hand up your homework.
- She was having a fever.
- Please help me to switch on the light. 1 mistake: grammar (G)
- He was horning at me.
- We tried to cope up with the problem.
- I was considered as a real angel.
- He was always dependant.
- His standard has deproved.
- Irregardless of what has happened ...
- My mother disallowed me from going out.
- Her dressing was very attractive.
- I dressed up in my school uniform.
- I want to emphasise on this point.
- ... even-thought she was French.
- I have ever seen this before. 1 mistake: grammar (G)
- She had never being to Paris.
- He was always demanding for help.
- They look forward to provide a friendly service .. 1 mistake: grammar (G)
jueves, 28 de abril de 2011
miércoles, 27 de abril de 2011
TEXTOS PRUEBA 2011:
- SIMULACRO DE EXAMEN 1 (Mock Exam): Education helps brain against dementia changes.
- SIMULACRO DE EXAMEN 2 (Mock Exam): Too posh to push the myth.
TEXTOS PRUEBA 2010:
- JUNIO (Opciones A y B):
- SEPTIEMBRE (Opciones A y B)):
- SIMULACROS DE EXAMEN 2010:
TEXTOS PRUEBA 2009:
TEXTOS PRUEBA 2008:
TEXTOS PRUEBA 2007:
The Big Bottle Exam (Junio)
KEYS TO EXAMS (ALL OF THEM):
martes, 19 de abril de 2011
¡Hola a todos!.
Tengo un grupo de alumnos del I.E.S. LA SOLEDAD de Villafranca de Córdoba que están participando en un concurso de INTURJOVEN. Han realizado un video y necesitan que les apoyen todos para asi poder ganar el premio (unos días en un albergue). ¡¡Vamos a ayudarles!! Sólo necesitan que entréis en esta página web y les votéis.
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