Reading and writing - second term - 7th grade - first goal

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1.
2 points
VOCABULARY:

Write the following years.

Example:
1945 ________________________

nineteen fourty-five



1. 1870 _____________
2.
2 points
VOCABULARY:

Write the following years.

Example:
1945 ________________________

nineteen fourty-five


2. 1938 _____________
3.
2 points
VOCABULARY:

Write the following years.

Example:
1945 ________________________

nineteen fourty-five

3. 1427 ______________
3. ______________
4.
2 points
VOCABULARY:

Write the following years.

Example:
1945 ________________________

nineteen fourty-five



4. 1783 _______________
5.
2 points
VOCABULARY:

Write the following years.

Example:
1945 ________________________

nineteen fourty-five



5. 1961 ______________
6.
2 points
PAST TENSE VERBS:

I. Look at the following verbs and write its corresponding past tense. (use lowercase)

Example:

0. buy ___________

Answer:
bought


1. Write _____________
7.
2 points
PAST TENSE VERBS:

I. Look at the following verbs and write its corresponding past tense. (use lowercase)

Example:

0. buy ___________

Answer:
bought


2. become ______________
8.
2 points
PAST TENSE VERBS:

I. Look at the following verbs and write its corresponding past tense. (use lowercase)

Example:

0. buy ___________

Answer:
bought

3. Drive ______________
9.
2 points
PAST TENSE VERBS:

I. Look at the following verbs and write its corresponding past tense. (use lowercase)

Example:

0. buy ___________

Answer:
bought


4. sit ___________
10.
2 points
PAST TENSE VERBS:

I. Look at the following verbs and write its corresponding past tense. (use lowercase)

Example:

0. buy ___________

Answer:
bought


4. understand _______________
11.
2 points
PAST TENSE VERBS:

I. Look at the following verbs and write its corresponding past tense. (use lowercase)

Example:

0. buy ___________

Answer:
bought

5. speak _______________
12.
3 points
PAST TENSE VERBS:

I. Look at the following verbs and write its corresponding past tense. (use lowercase)

Example:

0. buy ___________

Answer:
bought

6. teach ____________
13.
0 points
PAST TENSE VERBS:

I. Look at the following verbs and write its corresponding past tense. (use lowercase)

Example:

0. buy ___________

Answer:
bought


7. Write _____________
14.
2 points
PAST TENSE VERBS:

I. Look at the following verbs and write its corresponding past tense. (use lowercase)

Example:

0. buy ___________

Answer:
bought


8. know _____________
15.
2 points
GRAMMAR:

Read the following sentences and choose the right option.


1. Did you ____________ to the cinema?


16.
2 points
GRAMMAR:

Read the following sentences and choose the right option.

2. When did little Tom ________ the milk?

17.
2 points
GRAMMAR:

Read the following sentences and choose the right option.

3. She _____ to the cinema.

18.
2 points
GRAMMAR:

Read the following sentences and choose the right option.

4. We _____ in the morning.
19.
2 points
GRAMMAR:

Read the following sentences and choose the right option.

5. We ______ the football match.
20.
2 points
GRAMMAR:

Complete these sentences using was, were, wasn’t and weren’t.

ROSIE Hi Carl! Where (1) _________________ you last night?
CARL I (2) _________________ with Sara.
We (3) _________________ on the quiz machine.
ROSIE (4) _________________ you happy?
CARL No, I (5) _________________
SARA What about you, Rosie? Where (6) _________________ you?
ROSIE I (7) _________________ with Barbara.
CARL (8) _________________ Dominic with you?
ROSIE No, he (9) _________________. I think he (10) _________________ with Kieran.
SARA But I thought they (11) _________________with you.
ROSIE No, they (12) _________________. I don’t know where they (13) _________________.



1. ______________

21.
2 points
GRAMMAR:

Complete these sentences using was, were, wasn’t and weren’t.

ROSIE Hi Carl! Where (1) _________________ you last night?
CARL I (2) _________________ with Sara.
We (3) _________________ on the quiz machine.
ROSIE (4) _________________ you happy?
CARL No, I (5) _________________
SARA What about you, Rosie? Where (6) _________________ you?
ROSIE I (7) _________________ with Barbara.
CARL (8) _________________ Dominic with you?
ROSIE No, he (9) _________________. I think he (10) _________________ with Kieran.
SARA But I thought they (11) _________________with you.
ROSIE No, they (12) _________________. I don’t know where they (13) _________________.


2. ______________
22.
2 points
GRAMMAR:

Complete these sentences using was, were, wasn’t and weren’t.

ROSIE Hi Carl! Where (1) _________________ you last night?
CARL I (2) _________________ with Sara.
We (3) _________________ on the quiz machine.
ROSIE (4) _________________ you happy?
CARL No, I (5) _________________
SARA What about you, Rosie? Where (6) _________________ you?
ROSIE I (7) _________________ with Barbara.
CARL (8) _________________ Dominic with you?
ROSIE No, he (9) _________________. I think he (10) _________________ with Kieran.
SARA But I thought they (11) _________________with you.
ROSIE No, they (12) _________________. I don’t know where they (13) _________________.

3. ______________
23.
2 points
GRAMMAR:

Complete these sentences using was, were, wasn’t and weren’t.

ROSIE Hi Carl! Where (1) _________________ you last night?
CARL I (2) _________________ with Sara.
We (3) _________________ on the quiz machine.
ROSIE (4) _________________ you happy?
CARL No, I (5) _________________
SARA What about you, Rosie? Where (6) _________________ you?
ROSIE I (7) _________________ with Barbara.
CARL (8) _________________ Dominic with you?
ROSIE No, he (9) _________________. I think he (10) _________________ with Kieran.
SARA But I thought they (11) _________________with you.
ROSIE No, they (12) _________________. I don’t know where they (13) _________________.

4._________________
24.
3 points
GRAMMAR:

Complete these sentences using was, were, wasn’t and weren’t.

ROSIE Hi Carl! Where (1) _________________ you last night?
CARL I (2) _________________ with Sara.
We (3) _________________ on the quiz machine.
ROSIE (4) _________________ you happy?
CARL No, I (5) _________________
SARA What about you, Rosie? Where (6) _________________ you?
ROSIE I (7) _________________ with Barbara.
CARL (8) _________________ Dominic with you?
ROSIE No, he (9) _________________. I think he (10) _________________ with Kieran.
SARA But I thought they (11) _________________with you.
ROSIE No, they (12) _________________. I don’t know where they (13) _________________.

5. ___________________
25.
2 points
GRAMMAR:

Complete these sentences using was, were, wasn’t and weren’t.

ROSIE Hi Carl! Where (1) _________________ you last night?
CARL I (2) _________________ with Sara.
We (3) _________________ on the quiz machine.
ROSIE (4) _________________ you happy?
CARL No, I (5) _________________
SARA What about you, Rosie? Where (6) _________________ you?
ROSIE I (7) _________________ with Barbara.
CARL (8) _________________ Dominic with you?
ROSIE No, he (9) _________________. I think he (10) _________________ with Kieran.
SARA But I thought they (11) _________________with you.
ROSIE No, they (12) _________________. I don’t know where they (13) _________________.

6. ______________________
26.
2 points
GRAMMAR:

Complete these sentences using was, were, wasn’t and weren’t.

ROSIE Hi Carl! Where (1) _________________ you last night?
CARL I (2) _________________ with Sara.
We (3) _________________ on the quiz machine.
ROSIE (4) _________________ you happy?
CARL No, I (5) _________________
SARA What about you, Rosie? Where (6) _________________ you?
ROSIE I (7) _________________ with Barbara.
CARL (8) _________________ Dominic with you?
ROSIE No, he (9) _________________. I think he (10) _________________ with Kieran.
SARA But I thought they (11) _________________with you.
ROSIE No, they (12) _________________. I don’t know where they (13) _________________.

7. ________________
27.
2 points
GRAMMAR:

Complete these sentences using was, were, wasn’t and weren’t.

ROSIE Hi Carl! Where (1) _________________ you last night?
CARL I (2) _________________ with Sara.
We (3) _________________ on the quiz machine.
ROSIE (4) _________________ you happy?
CARL No, I (5) _________________
SARA What about you, Rosie? Where (6) _________________ you?
ROSIE I (7) _________________ with Barbara.
CARL (8) _________________ Dominic with you?
ROSIE No, he (9) _________________. I think he (10) _________________ with Kieran.
SARA But I thought they (11) _________________with you.
ROSIE No, they (12) _________________. I don’t know where they (13) _________________.

8. ______________
28.
2 points
GRAMMAR:

Complete these sentences using was, were, wasn’t and weren’t.

ROSIE Hi Carl! Where (1) _________________ you last night?
CARL I (2) _________________ with Sara.
We (3) _________________ on the quiz machine.
ROSIE (4) _________________ you happy?
CARL No, I (5) _________________
SARA What about you, Rosie? Where (6) _________________ you?
ROSIE I (7) _________________ with Barbara.
CARL (8) _________________ Dominic with you?
ROSIE No, he (9) _________________. I think he (10) _________________ with Kieran.
SARA But I thought they (11) _________________with you.
ROSIE No, they (12) _________________. I don’t know where they (13) _________________.

9. _____________
29.
2 points
GRAMMAR:

Complete these sentences using was, were, wasn’t and weren’t.

ROSIE Hi Carl! Where (1) _________________ you last night?
CARL I (2) _________________ with Sara.
We (3) _________________ on the quiz machine.
ROSIE (4) _________________ you happy?
CARL No, I (5) _________________
SARA What about you, Rosie? Where (6) _________________ you?
ROSIE I (7) _________________ with Barbara.
CARL (8) _________________ Dominic with you?
ROSIE No, he (9) _________________. I think he (10) _________________ with Kieran.
SARA But I thought they (11) _________________with you.
ROSIE No, they (12) _________________. I don’t know where they (13) _________________.

10. _____________
30.
3 points
GRAMMAR:

Complete these sentences using was, were, wasn’t and weren’t.

ROSIE Hi Carl! Where (1) _________________ you last night?
CARL I (2) _________________ with Sara.
We (3) _________________ on the quiz machine.
ROSIE (4) _________________ you happy?
CARL No, I (5) _________________
SARA What about you, Rosie? Where (6) _________________ you?
ROSIE I (7) _________________ with Barbara.
CARL (8) _________________ Dominic with you?
ROSIE No, he (9) _________________. I think he (10) _________________ with Kieran.
SARA But I thought they (11) _________________with you.
ROSIE No, they (12) _________________. I don’t know where they (13) _________________.

11. _______________
31.
2 points
GRAMMAR:

Complete these sentences using was, were, wasn’t and weren’t.

ROSIE Hi Carl! Where (1) _________________ you last night?
CARL I (2) _________________ with Sara.
We (3) _________________ on the quiz machine.
ROSIE (4) _________________ you happy?
CARL No, I (5) _________________
SARA What about you, Rosie? Where (6) _________________ you?
ROSIE I (7) _________________ with Barbara.
CARL (8) _________________ Dominic with you?
ROSIE No, he (9) _________________. I think he (10) _________________ with Kieran.
SARA But I thought they (11) _________________with you.
ROSIE No, they (12) _________________. I don’t know where they (13) _________________.

12. ________________
32.
2 points
GRAMMAR:

Complete these sentences using was, were, wasn’t and weren’t.

ROSIE Hi Carl! Where (1) _________________ you last night?
CARL I (2) _________________ with Sara.
We (3) _________________ on the quiz machine.
ROSIE (4) _________________ you happy?
CARL No, I (5) _________________
SARA What about you, Rosie? Where (6) _________________ you?
ROSIE I (7) _________________ with Barbara.
CARL (8) _________________ Dominic with you?
ROSIE No, he (9) _________________. I think he (10) _________________ with Kieran.
SARA But I thought they (11) _________________with you.
ROSIE No, they (12) _________________. I don’t know where they (13) _________________.

13. _____________________
33.
2 points
READING:

I. Read about “the great fire of Rome” and write the appropriate answer.

The great fire of Rome

The San Francisco fire happened in 1906, but many years before that, there (1) was/did/were another great fire in a capital: Rome. On the night of July 19, 64 AD, a fire (2) started/made/became in the buildings near the Circus Maximus, Rome’s huge stadium. There
(3) were/happened/did often fires in this hot and busy city, but this fire was special. The wind (4) carried/destroyed/made the fire quickly to many parts of the city and it (5) turned/burned/escaped for six days. Then it (6) continued/stayed/stopped but soon continued again for another three days. The fire (7) caused/did/destroyed two thirds of Rome. Many people (8) not/no/didn’t escape from the flames and (9) dead/died/destroyed.
Some people say the Roman emperor, Nero, started the fire because he (10) climbed/made/wanted to build a more spectacular city. Is this true? No one really knows.

1. ________________
34.
2 points
READING:

I. Read about “the great fire of Rome” and write the appropriate answer.

The great fire of Rome

The San Francisco fire happened in 1906, but many years before that, there (1) was/did/were another great fire in a capital: Rome. On the night of July 19, 64 AD, a fire (2) started/made/became in the buildings near the Circus Maximus, Rome’s huge stadium. There
(3) were/happened/did often fires in this hot and busy city, but this fire was special. The wind (4) carried/destroyed/made the fire quickly to many parts of the city and it (5) turned/burned/escaped for six days. Then it (6) continued/stayed/stopped but soon continued again for another three days. The fire (7) caused/did/destroyed two thirds of Rome. Many people (8) not/no/didn’t escape from the flames and (9) dead/died/destroyed.
Some people say the Roman emperor, Nero, started the fire because he (10) climbed/made/wanted to build a more spectacular city. Is this true? No one really knows.

2. _______________
35.
2 points
READING:

I. Read about “the great fire of Rome” and write the appropriate answer.

The great fire of Rome

The San Francisco fire happened in 1906, but many years before that, there (1) was/did/were another great fire in a capital: Rome. On the night of July 19, 64 AD, a fire (2) started/made/became in the buildings near the Circus Maximus, Rome’s huge stadium. There
(3) were/happened/did often fires in this hot and busy city, but this fire was special. The wind (4) carried/destroyed/made the fire quickly to many parts of the city and it (5) turned/burned/escaped for six days. Then it (6) continued/stayed/stopped but soon continued again for another three days. The fire (7) caused/did/destroyed two thirds of Rome. Many people (8) not/no/didn’t escape from the flames and (9) dead/died/destroyed.
Some people say the Roman emperor, Nero, started the fire because he (10) climbed/made/wanted to build a more spectacular city. Is this true? No one really knows.

3. _______________
36.
2 points
READING:

I. Read about “the great fire of Rome” and write the appropriate answer.

The great fire of Rome

The San Francisco fire happened in 1906, but many years before that, there (1) was/did/were another great fire in a capital: Rome. On the night of July 19, 64 AD, a fire (2) started/made/became in the buildings near the Circus Maximus, Rome’s huge stadium. There
(3) were/happened/did often fires in this hot and busy city, but this fire was special. The wind (4) carried/destroyed/made the fire quickly to many parts of the city and it (5) turned/burned/escaped for six days. Then it (6) continued/stayed/stopped but soon continued again for another three days. The fire (7) caused/did/destroyed two thirds of Rome. Many people (8) not/no/didn’t escape from the flames and (9) dead/died/destroyed.
Some people say the Roman emperor, Nero, started the fire because he (10) climbed/made/wanted to build a more spectacular city. Is this true? No one really knows.

4. _____________
37.
2 points
READING:

I. Read about “the great fire of Rome” and write the appropriate answer.

The great fire of Rome

The San Francisco fire happened in 1906, but many years before that, there (1) was/did/were another great fire in a capital: Rome. On the night of July 19, 64 AD, a fire (2) started/made/became in the buildings near the Circus Maximus, Rome’s huge stadium. There
(3) were/happened/did often fires in this hot and busy city, but this fire was special. The wind (4) carried/destroyed/made the fire quickly to many parts of the city and it (5) turned/burned/escaped for six days. Then it (6) continued/stayed/stopped but soon continued again for another three days. The fire (7) caused/did/destroyed two thirds of Rome. Many people (8) not/no/didn’t escape from the flames and (9) dead/died/destroyed.
Some people say the Roman emperor, Nero, started the fire because he (10) climbed/made/wanted to build a more spectacular city. Is this true? No one really knows.

5. _____________
38.
2 points
READING:

I. Read about “the great fire of Rome” and write the appropriate answer.

The great fire of Rome

The San Francisco fire happened in 1906, but many years before that, there (1) was/did/were another great fire in a capital: Rome. On the night of July 19, 64 AD, a fire (2) started/made/became in the buildings near the Circus Maximus, Rome’s huge stadium. There
(3) were/happened/did often fires in this hot and busy city, but this fire was special. The wind (4) carried/destroyed/made the fire quickly to many parts of the city and it (5) turned/burned/escaped for six days. Then it (6) continued/stayed/stopped but soon continued again for another three days. The fire (7) caused/did/destroyed two thirds of Rome. Many people (8) not/no/didn’t escape from the flames and (9) dead/died/destroyed.
Some people say the Roman emperor, Nero, started the fire because he (10) climbed/made/wanted to build a more spectacular city. Is this true? No one really knows.

6. ________________
39.
2 points
READING:

I. Read about “the great fire of Rome” and write the appropriate answer.

The great fire of Rome

The San Francisco fire happened in 1906, but many years before that, there (1) was/did/were another great fire in a capital: Rome. On the night of July 19, 64 AD, a fire (2) started/made/became in the buildings near the Circus Maximus, Rome’s huge stadium. There
(3) were/happened/did often fires in this hot and busy city, but this fire was special. The wind (4) carried/destroyed/made the fire quickly to many parts of the city and it (5) turned/burned/escaped for six days. Then it (6) continued/stayed/stopped but soon continued again for another three days. The fire (7) caused/did/destroyed two thirds of Rome. Many people (8) not/no/didn’t escape from the flames and (9) dead/died/destroyed.
Some people say the Roman emperor, Nero, started the fire because he (10) climbed/made/wanted to build a more spectacular city. Is this true? No one really knows.

7. _____________
40.
2 points
READING:

I. Read about “the great fire of Rome” and write the appropriate answer.

The great fire of Rome

The San Francisco fire happened in 1906, but many years before that, there (1) was/did/were another great fire in a capital: Rome. On the night of July 19, 64 AD, a fire (2) started/made/became in the buildings near the Circus Maximus, Rome’s huge stadium. There
(3) were/happened/did often fires in this hot and busy city, but this fire was special. The wind (4) carried/destroyed/made the fire quickly to many parts of the city and it (5) turned/burned/escaped for six days. Then it (6) continued/stayed/stopped but soon continued again for another three days. The fire (7) caused/did/destroyed two thirds of Rome. Many people (8) not/no/didn’t escape from the flames and (9) dead/died/destroyed.
Some people say the Roman emperor, Nero, started the fire because he (10) climbed/made/wanted to build a more spectacular city. Is this true? No one really knows.

8. _______________
41.
2 points
READING:

I. Read about “the great fire of Rome” and write the appropriate answer.

The great fire of Rome

The San Francisco fire happened in 1906, but many years before that, there (1) was/did/were another great fire in a capital: Rome. On the night of July 19, 64 AD, a fire (2) started/made/became in the buildings near the Circus Maximus, Rome’s huge stadium. There
(3) were/happened/did often fires in this hot and busy city, but this fire was special. The wind (4) carried/destroyed/made the fire quickly to many parts of the city and it (5) turned/burned/escaped for six days. Then it (6) continued/stayed/stopped but soon continued again for another three days. The fire (7) caused/did/destroyed two thirds of Rome. Many people (8) not/no/didn’t escape from the flames and (9) dead/died/destroyed.
Some people say the Roman emperor, Nero, started the fire because he (10) climbed/made/wanted to build a more spectacular city. Is this true? No one really knows.

9. _______________
42.
2 points
READING:

I. Read about “the great fire of Rome” and write the appropriate answer.

The great fire of Rome

The San Francisco fire happened in 1906, but many years before that, there (1) was/did/were another great fire in a capital: Rome. On the night of July 19, 64 AD, a fire (2) started/made/became in the buildings near the Circus Maximus, Rome’s huge stadium. There
(3) were/happened/did often fires in this hot and busy city, but this fire was special. The wind (4) carried/destroyed/made the fire quickly to many parts of the city and it (5) turned/burned/escaped for six days. Then it (6) continued/stayed/stopped but soon continued again for another three days. The fire (7) caused/did/destroyed two thirds of Rome. Many people (8) not/no/didn’t escape from the flames and (9) dead/died/destroyed.
Some people say the Roman emperor, Nero, started the fire because he (10) climbed/made/wanted to build a more spectacular city. Is this true? No one really knows.

10. _________________
43.
15 points
WRITING:

Think of an important event in human history and write a 60-80 word-paragraph. Take into account puntuation, cohesion, coherence, spelling, capitalization, etc.