Egnlish Lit

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¿Qué hace ____?_____ _______?______ el fin de semana?

Normalmente, por la mañana, el fin de semana, ____?____ _____?______ desayuna. En general, come tostadas y bebe un zumo de naranja. Después juega con sus hijos durante una hora, y luego va de compras con su esposa Victoria. A las doce come otra vez. A veces toma una ensalada con salmón, o verduras con carne.

Por la tarde juega al fútbol con sus amigos y después toca la guitarra o navega por Internet durante media hora, antes de salir por la noche. A veces va a un restaurante caro con unos amigos o con Victoria, pero también baila en la discoteca hasta las dos de la madrugada.

A ¿El texto describe el fin de semana de qué persona famosa? a. Victoria Beckham b. David Beckam c. Thierry Henry

B ¿Cómo se dice en español?

1. he has breakfast
2. orange juice
3. his children
4. then
5. wife
6. at twelve o´clock
7. meat
8. in the afternoon 9. his friends
10. during
11. in the evening
12. expensive
13. but
14. the early hours of the morning

C Escribe una lista de todos los verbos del texto:

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EL PRESENTE

Las Personas

yo = _________________ tú = _________________ él = _________________ ella = _________________ nosotros = _________________ vosotros = _________________ ellos = _________________ ellas = _________________

Verbos Regulares

Cantar Comer Abrir To s___ To e__ To o___ yo cant__ com__ abr__ tú cant__ com__ abr__

él/ella cant__ com__ abr__

nosotros cant__ com__ abr__ vosotros cant__ com__ abr__ ellos/ellas cant__ com__ abr__

----------------------- desayuna En el español hay ______ tipos de verbos.

Los verbos _____, los verbos _____ y los verbos ______.

you…...

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