Present Perfect Simple or Past Simple

These are signal words that help you identify between Past Simple or Present Perfect. Estas son palabras claves que te ayudan a identificar entre pasado y pasado perfecto.

 Activity 1

En este ejercicio debes elegir si la oracion va en pasado simple o presente perfecto, escribe las oraciones en tu cuaderno , aqui te damos un ejemplo:

She  (read) the book yesterday.

Respuesta : She read (pasado de leer) the book Yesterday

1         I  _____ (visit) Bob last month.

2        We _____ (promise) to help them already.

3        She ______  (never/do) anything bad.

4       She ______  (go) on holiday three weeks ago.

5        We _____ (not/do) our work yet.

6       She _____ (see) the film three times.

7        They  _____(swim) in the sea last summer.

Activity  2

Here are this lesson’s irregular verbs.  Study the list below and then do the practice sections. Para esta actividad ten encuenta que para el pasado usamos el pasado del verbo y en el Participio Pasado utilizamos el Verbo en participio. Usa la tabla para guiarte, o busca una tabla similar en tu diccionario. 

Verb Past Participle 
begin  (empezar) began   begun
break  (romper) broke broken
drive  (manejar, conducir) drove driven
fall  (caer) fell fallen
fly  (volar) flew flown
hit  (pegar) hit hit
know  (saber) knew known  
lose  (perder) lost lost
read  (leer) read read
sit  (sentarse) sat sat

Ahora Practica!

In the spaces provided use your imagination to write creative sentences using the irregular verbs.  En los espacios usa tu imaginacion y escribe oraciones creativas usando los verbos en pasado o participio. No olvides escribir las oraciones en tu cuaderno

Example : Usa los verbos para crear oraciones en pasado o  participio pasado
go – went – gone


I went (pasado de go ) to the party last Saturday night.


I have gone ( participio de go ) to her house several times.

1. begin – began – begun



2. break – broke – broken



3. drive – drove – driven



4. fall – fell – fallen



5. fly – flew – flown



6. hit – hit – hit



7. know – knew – known



8. lose – lost – lost



9. read – read – read



10. sit – sat – sat



If you had lots of money, what would you buy?

If you had lots of money, what would you buy?

Activity 1

Read carefully and answer the questions:

Jeanie, United States
One thing I really wish I had enough money to buy is actually a new home for my mother, because she has done so much for me in life and I feel like I’d like to do something really special for her. Aside from that, as far as for me personally I’d like to have enough money just to be able to travel the world.

1.      What does she want to buy?

2.      Why?

3.      What else would she like to do?

Naomi, Australia
I wish I had enough money to buy a new car. Actually the car I drive around now is a 1983 Suburu wagon which is full of rust, but it does go pretty well. It’s smooth and the engine sounds nice but it’s very rusty and looks awful.

1.      What does she want to buy?

2.      Why does she want a new one?

Mark, United States
If money were no object, and money were not a problem, I would like to buy a boat. That’s sort of my dream, one day, I will have enough money and I will buy a boat. There’s something about when I’m on the water in a boat I just feel completely relaxed, yeah, and definitely, that’s what I’d buy if I had the money. In terms of anything smaller, or something that I could buy these days, maybe a plane ticket to another country cause I really like to travel.

1.      What does he want to buy?

2.      Why does he like being on boats?

Simon, Canada
One thing that I would like to buy if I had enough money, or if I had enough money to buy something, I would buy an island, which would mean that I got a lot of money to basically to be the king of a place. You know some people like to buy houses. I want to have an island.

1.      What would Simon buy?

2.      Why would he buy it?

Activity 2

Write a short paragraph (6o words), where you answer to the question “If you had lots of money, what would you buy?” and argument “why”.

Reading and Writing

Reading and Writing

Activity 1

Organiza el texto, léelo atentamente. No olvides hacerlo correctamente en tu cuaderno.


This fashion movement started in Japan in the 1980’s.

Nowadays Lolita Fashion is relatively popular all over the world.

Lolita is a Japanese street fashion inspired primarily by the clothing and general aesthetics of the Rococo and Victorian periods.

the term Lolita is used exclusively to describe a very specific look that is created by a number of strict guidelines and principles.

Lolita style has various interpretations,

However there are a variety of styles.

which was created by the Japanese musician Mana to describe his specific Lolita clothing line.

Lolita Fashion is often referred to as GothLoli or EGL.

Gothic Lolita is probably the style associated most with Lolita Fashion outside of Japan.

However EGL is an abbreviation of the term Elegant Gothic Lolita,

While GothLoli can be a correct term, it only applies to the specific Gothic subset and not Lolita fashion as a whole.

Activity 2

Responde las siguientes preguntas teniendo en cuenta el texto anterior, no olvides escribirlas en tu cuaderno.

  • What is a Lolita?
  • What is Lolita Fashion associated with?
  • What does GothLoli mean?
  • EGL is an abbreviation of…

Activity 3

Imagina que te vas de vacaciones a alguno de estos tres destinos turísticos, para ello debes leer y elegir el que más te guste.

New York  
New York City is all about neighbourhoods! In New York take the subway or the city’s famous yellow cabs (taxi) and visit places such as The Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building Observatory or theMuseum of Natural History. Shop at famous stores like, Macy’s or Bloomingdale’s or eat in  MacDonald. Besides, celebrate special holidays like July 4th Independence DayThanksgiving, orHalloween.   Finally, go to a NY Yankees Baseball game
Explore the best of Bali in the Indonesian archipelago, world famous for its fascinating Hindu culture, exotic ceremonies and temples, green rice fields and beautiful beaches. Then discover the hidden paradise of Lombok, with its natural jungles and rain forests, unique local Sasak culture, stunningwhite sand beaches, lush green mountains and one of the highest volcanoes. Stay in a chalet or hotel, search for dolphins, see the cheeky monkeys or climb a volcano. 

Austria ALPS
In Austria there are friendly people, beautiful lakes and awesome view of the Alps. Go walking and biking in ST Anton (club).
Go skiing on the Hintertux glacier or canyoning. Also, stay in a four starHotel ‘Kohlerhof’. The hotel has a luxurious swimming poolsauna and bar. There are also resorts, chalets, or apartments where you can stay with your friends. 

Activity 4

Si ya escogiste tu destino debes escribir una pequeña carta contándole a un familiar o amigo tus planes de vacaciones en este lugar.  Debes tener en cuenta la información que leíste.

Example: para escribir la carta contándole a tu amigo de tus planes o agenda vacacional puedes usar el presente simple  y el presente continuo para guiarte lee el siguiente ejemplo

Dear Katie,

I’m traveling to the Alps this Saturday, it is my first trip to the Alps and I’m staying at the Pacific four stars Hotel for 8 days. It is a beautiful hotel! There are so many things to do this week. On Sunday I’m practicing snowboarding with Mateo. He is coming to the Alps with me too (También) On Sunday afternoon we are going to drink something at the bar and listen to music. We are going to have a great time!        Next Saturday morning I’m coming back home. See you my friend.

Sincerely (Sinceramente or atentamente)

John Stewart

Palabras que quizás no conozcas

Relatively: Relativamente

Nowadays: Hoy en día

Guidelines: Pautas

Subset: Subconjuto

Holydays: Dias festivos

Stores: Tiendas

Fascinating: Fascinante

Jungle: Selva

Stunning: Despampanante

Sand: Arena

Lush: Exuberante

Climb: Escalar

Skiing: Squi

Canyoning: Descenso por barrancos