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Ejercicios variados para principiantes: gramática inglesa y vocabulario - Las respuestas


a    I have got a lollipop.
b    We have got three children.
c    They have got a brother.
d    They have got a sister.
e    I have got three pencils.
f    We have got two blackboards.
g    I have got a bottle of coke / Coke / cola.
h    You have got a glass of tomato juice.
i    You have got ten sweets.
j    You have got a parrot.


a    He has got three shirts.
b    The monster has got three eyes, two heads and twelve ears.
c    She has got two bananas.
d    She has got a video (cassete recorder) (o, a VCR).
e    She has got three Christmas cards.
f    He has got eight pets. (Domestic animals, en lugar de pets, se podria utilizar, pero este término incluye también los animales de granja.)
g    She has got four cars.
h    The monster has got twenty legs.
i    She has got seventeen balloons.
j    He has got eleven candles.


a    It is summer. It's very hot.
b    It is autumn. (En anglés americano se usa fall.) It's cold.
c    It is winter. It's very cold.


a    The television (set) / The TV is in the living-room / in the sitting-room.
b    The refrigerator / The fridge is the kitchen.
c    The bath is in the bathroom.
d    The wardrobe is in the bedroom.
e    The sideboard / The cupboard is in the living-room / in the sitting-room.
f    The sofa / The settee / The couch is in the living-room / in the sitting-room.
g    The table is in the dining-room.
h    The vase is in the living-room / in the sitting-room.
i    The (tele)phone is in the bedroom.
j    The goldfish is in the (goldfish) bowl.


a    There is an ostrich.
b    There is a penguin.
c    There is a polar bear.
d    There is a crocodile.
e    There is a scarf.
f    There is a glove.
g    There is a tree.


a    There are two ostriches.
b    There are two penguins.
c    There are two polar bears.
d    There are two crocodiles.
e    There are two scarfs (o, scarves).
f    There are two gloves.
g    There are two trees.


a    There is some milk.
b    There is some ham.
c    There is some chocolate.
d    There is some apple juice.


a    There is not any bread.
b    There is not any ham.
c    There is not any chocolate.
d    There is not any apple juice.


a    There are some moneyboxes.
b    There are some stars.
c    There are some cakes (o, pastries).
d    There are some shoes.
e    There are some houses.


a    There are not any moneyboxes.
b    There are not any stars.
c    There are not any cakes / pastries.
d    There are not any shoes.
e    There are not any houses.


a    My mother is thirty-four (years old).
b    My sister is thirteen (years old).
c    My brother is eleven (years old).
d    My grandmother is eighty (years old).
e    My grandfather is seventy-nine (years old).


a    They are short.
b    They are very pretty.
c    We are very intelligent.
d    You are very friendly / nice.
e    You are very clever.


a    She can draw.
b    He can speak Italian.
c    We can skate.
d    They can drive.
e    They can ride a bike.
f    I can paint very well.
g    You can sing very well.
h    You can drive a horse.
i    I cannot (o, can't) play basketball.
j    He cannot (o, can't) swim.
k    Can she play football?
l    Can you play tennis?


a    This is my cousin.
b    Those are my daughters.
c    These are my books.
d    That is my pencil case (o, pencil box).
e    That is my aunt.


a    an eagle
b    some eagles
c    a wardrobe
d    some wardrobes
e    a cupboard
f    some cupboards
g    an anorak
h    some anoraks


a    My grandmother's sofa.
b    Tim's biscuits (o en inglés americano, cookies).
c    Molly's dress.
d    Mary's trainers.
e    John's chocolates.


12:00 ---> It is twelve o'clock.
12:15 ---> It is a quarter past twelve.
12:20 ---> It is twenty past twelve.
12:30 ---> It is half past twelve.
12:40 ---> It is twenty to one
12:45 ---> It is a quarter to one.


a    It is five past three.
b    It is a quarter past three.
c    It is one o'clock.
d    It is half past five.
e    It is a quarter to ten.
f    It is twenty to seven.
g    It is half past one.
h    It is ten to nine.
i    It is half past two.
j    It is two o'clock.


3 ---> three
11 ---> eleven
25 ---> twenty-five
34 ---> thirty-four
41 ---> forty-one
58 ---> fifty-eight
62 ---> sixty-two
76 ---> seventy-six
87 ---> eighty-seven
99 ---> ninety-nine
100 ---> a hundred


Yes, I do o No, I don't según si le gusta o no le gusta respectivamente.


a     a big house
b     some red pencil cases
c     there is a lot of milk
d     there are ten lollipops
e     there was not a pumpkin on the table
f     there were chestnuts yesterday / yesterday there were chestnuts
g     there is a town near the river / there is a river near the town
h     he lives in a big city


mother ---> father
sister ---> brother
wife ---> husband
grandmother ---> grandfather
granddaughter ---> grandson
niece ---> nephew
aunt ---> uncle
daughter ---> son
woman ---> man
she ---> he
her ---> his


child ---> children
foot ---> feet
goose ---> geese
louse ---> lice
man ---> men
mouse ---> mice
ox ---> oxen
person ---> people
tooth ---> teeth
woman ---> women


one ---> first
two ---> second
three ---> third
four ---> fourth
five ---> fifth
six ---> sixth
seven ---> seventh
eight ---> eighth
nine ---> ninth
ten ---> tenth
eleven ---> eleventh
twelve ---> twelfth
thirteen ---> thirteenth
fourteen ---> fourteenth
twenty ---> twentieth
twenty-one ---> twenty-first
twenty-two ---> twenty-second


Frutas Verduras


where ---> dónde
when ---> cuándo
who ---> quién
what ---> qué
why ---> por qué
because ---> porque
how ---> cómo
which ---> cuál, qué


a     There was a bridge.
b     There were two bridges.
c     She was ill yesterday.
d     They were at the beach.
e     We were hungry.
f      He was sad.
g     It was snowing.
h     I was thirsty.
i      You were not at home.


a    There was a computer.
b    There was a hotel.
c    There was a bank (= empresa que hace negocio con el dinero de los demás) / a bench (= banco para sentarse) / a pew (banco de iglesia).
d    There was a woman.
e    There was a knife.


a    There were two computers.
b    There were two hotels.
c    There were two banks (= empresas que hace negocio con el dinero de los demás) / two benches (= bancos para sentarse) / two pews (bancos de iglesia).
d    There were two women.
e    There were two knives.


a    Is there a van?
b    Is there an island?
c    Is there a restaurant?
d    Is there a fork?
e    Is there a supermarket?


a    Are there two bedrooms?
b    Are there two kitchens?
c    Are there two libraries?
d    Are there two bathrooms?
e    Are there two bookshops?


a    Was there a spoon?
b    Was there a cup?
c    Was there a glass?
d    Was there a dish?
e    Was there a plate?


a    Were there two shops?
b    Were there two postmen?
c    Were there two doctors?
d    Were there two rivers?
e    Were there two mountains?


a    There was not a school.
b    There was not a forest.
c    There was not a train station.
d    There was not an airport.
e    There was not a bus stop.


a    There were not two planes.
b    There were not two bikes.
c    There were not two people.
d    There were not two children.
e    There were not two teachers.


a    They have not got a bottle of orange juice.
     Have they have got a bottle of orange juice?
b    We have not got twelve comics.
     Have we got twelve comics?
c    My friends have not got a lot of vegetables.
     Have my friends got a lot of vegetables?
d    You have not got a good friend.
     Have you got a good friend?
e    I have not got the flu.
     Have I got the flu?


a    He has not got a belt.
     Has he got a belt?
b    It has not got a tail.
     Has it got a tail?
c    She has not got an egg.
     Has she got an egg?
d    He has not got a flat.
     Has he got a flat?
e    It has not got wings.
     Has it has got wings?


a    They do not want to go.
     Do they want to go?
b    You do not need to relax.
     Do you need to relax?
c    We do not draw very often.
     Do we draw very often?
d    I do not hate garlic.
     Do I have garlic?
d    They do not love swimming.
     Do they love swimming?


a    It does not rain very often.
     Does it rain very often?
b    It does not snow in winter.
     Does it snow in winter?
c    It does not freeze at night.
     Does it freeze at night?
d    She does not read a lot of books.
     Does she read a lot of books?
e    He does not play volleyball.
     Does she play volleyball?


     I am
     you are
     he is
     she is
     it is
     we are
     you are
     they are

     I was
     you were
     he was
     she was
     it was
     we were
     you were
     they were


     I am a student.
     She is not a housewife.
     We are at the beach.
     They are next to some trees.
     Are they at home?
     Is he scared?


     I was tired.
     He was sad.
     There were two roads.
     Were there two houses?
     She was not hungry.
     It was foggy.


postman ---> letters
cook ---> food
teacher ---> students
painter ---> pictures
farmer ---> cows, sheep
lawyer ---> laws
singer ---> songs
writer ---> books
doctor ---> sick people, illness, disease
clerk ---> office
housewife ---> housework
student ---> homework
banker ---> bank
dancer ---> disco(theque)
player ---> football, tennis


a    Where is he?
b    What have they got?
c    What time does she go to school? / When does she go to school?
d    How do you go to school?
e    Why are you sad?
f    Who does he love?


a    Yes, I do / Yes, I like garlic / No, I don't (like garlic)
b    Yes, he does / Yes, he gets up early in the morning / No, he doesn't (get up early in the morning)
c    Yes, she is (afraid of snakes) / No, she isn't (afraid of snakes)
d    Yes, I can (dance) / No, I can't (dance)
e    Yes, I have (got a bike) / No, I haven't (got a bike)
f    Yes, she has (got a bad tooth) / No, she hasn't (got a bad tooth)
g    Yes, there were (dinosaurs a hundred years ago) / No, there weren't (dinosaurs a hundred years ago)
h    Yes, there was (a house here last year) / No, there wasn't (a house here last year)
i    Yes, he was (angry yesterday morning) / No, he wasn't (angry yesterday morning)
j    Yes, I was (ill last week) / No, I wasn't (ill last week)
k    Yes, I am (tall) / No, I'm not (tall)
l    Yes, he is (a doctor) / No, he isn't (a doctor)
m    Yes, you are (my friend) / No, you aren't (my friend)
n    Yes, they have (got their books) / No, they haven't (got their books)
o    Yes, he has / Yes, he has got some (peaches) / No, he hasn't / No, he hasn't got any (peaches)
p    Yes, I do / Yes, I live in London / No, I don't (live in London)
q    Yes, she does / Yes, she takes sugar in her tea / No, she doesn't (take sugar in her tea)
r    Yes, I can (fly) / No, I can't (fly)
s    Yes, they can (swim) / No, they can't (swim)
t    Yes, it is (windy) / No, it isn't (windy)
u    Yes, you do / Yes, we do / Yes, you need more rice / Yes, we need more rice / No, you don't (need more rice) / No, we don't (need more rice)
v    Yes, he does / Yes, he studies hard / No, he doesn't (study hard)
Autor: Miquel Molina i Diez
Páginas: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, la clave


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1. Conteste las siguientes preguntas (principiantes)

2. Haga preguntas para las siguientes respuestas (principiantes)

3. Ejercicios variados para principiantes

4. Oraciones negativas e interrogativas (nivel intermedio)

5. Some, any and every; some, any, every + -body / -one, -thing y -where (nivel intermedio)

6. Palabras que hacen referencia a la nacionalidad

7. Oraciones para restaurantes

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