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Universidad Abierta Para adultos

UAPA

TEMA:
Actividad IV

ASIGNATURA:
Ingles III

PRECENTADO POR:
Leydi Madelaine Serrano Adames

MATRICULA:

16-1651

FACILITADOR:
Carlos Marte

Entrega:
2 de 0ctubre del 2017
UNIT 3
Exercise D and E Page 31.

Exercise D
Bubble in the correct words.
1. Dave doesn´t like pizza.
2. Martha likes roast beef.
3. Dave and Jane like cereal.
4. Ana doesn´t like spaghetti.
5. We like friend chicken.
6. I don’t like French fries.
7. He doesn´t like eggs and toast.
8. You like peanut butter.

Exercise E
Complete the sentences about what Martha and Dave like and
don’t like.
1. Martha likes eggs and fried chicken.
2. Dave likes eggs.
3. Martha doesn´t like.
4. Dave and Martha like toast.
5. Dave doesn´t like fried chicken.
6. Dave and Martha like eggs.

Exercise D and E Page 33.


Exercise D
Write How many or How much.
1. How many gallons of milk are there?
2. How much jars of mustard are there?
3. How much yogurt is there?
4. How many bags of potato chips are there?
5. How much is the spaghetti?
6. How many avocados are there?
7. How much packages of spaghetti are there?
8. How much are the tomatoes?
9. How many ground beef is there?
10. How many water is there?

Exercise E
Write how much is or how much are.

1. How much are the avocados?


2. How much are the butter?
3. How much are the oranges?
4. How much are the carrots?
5. How much is the ground beef?
6. How much is the milk?
7. How much is the sugar?
8. How much are the cookies?
9. How much is the peanut butter?
10. How much are the potato chips?
11. How much is the spaghetti?
12. How much are the tomatoes?

Exercises D and F Page 35.


Exercise D
Write the correct form of the verbs.
1. She eats (eat) roast beef sandwiches.
2. They like (like) a big breakfast.
3. We need (need) two gallons of water.
4. Vinicio and Laura want (want) tuna fish sandwiches.
5. I make (make) a turkey sandwich every day for lunch.
6. The students eat (eat) pizza every week.
7. He likes (like) tomatoes on his hamburger.
8. Hugo and I needs (need) water and soda.
9. Pablo eats (eat) lunch at noon.
10. Minh makes (make) sandwiches for Duong.
Exercise F
Complete the sentences with the correct form of the
verbs. Look at Exercise E.

1. Minh makes turkey, tuna fish, and peanut butter


sandwiches.
2. Duong doesn´t like tuna fish, but he eats tuna fish
sandwiches.
3. Duong likes turkey, tuna fish, roast beef, and peanut
butter sandwiches.
4. Duong and Minh like tuna fish sandwiches.
5. Minh likes roast beef sandwiches.
6. Duong and Minh likes roast beef sandwiches.

Exercises D, E and F Page 37.


Exercise D
Look at Exercise A. Complete the sentences with cheaper or
more expensive.
1. Bananas are cheaper at Van´s.
2. Oil is cheaper at Albert´s.
3. Cereal is more expensive at Albert’s.
4. Tuna is cheaper at Albert’s.
5. Jelly is more expensive at Albert’s.
6. Oil is more expensive at Van´s.

Exercise E
Look at Exercise A. write the name of the store.
1. Jelly is cheaper at Van´s Supermarket.
2. Tuna is more expensive at Van´s Supermarket.
3. Bananas are more expensive at Albert’s Supermarket.
4. Oil is cheaper at Albert’s supermarket.
5. Cereal is cheaper at Van´s Supermarket.
6. Bananas are cheaper at Van´s supermarket.
Exercise F
Answer the questions with complete sentences.

1. Where are bananas cheaper?


They´re cheaper at Van´s.
2. Where is tuna more expensive?
It´s more expensive at Van´s.
3. Where is oil cheaper?
It´s at Albert´s.
4. Where is cereal more expensive?
It´s at Albert´s.
5. Where is jelly cheaper?
It´s is at Van´s.

Exercises E Page 39.


Answer the questions. Use short answer.
1. Does Ana want ice cream? Yes, she does.
2. Does Andre want a soda? No, he doesn´t
3. Do Andre and Ana want french fries? No, they Don´t.
4. Does Sebastien want a sandwich and french fries? Yes,
they Do.
5. Does Kim want a soda? No, she doesn´t.
6. Does Kim want a sandwich? Yes, she does.
7. Do Sebastien and Kim want ice cream? Yes, they do.
8. Does Ana want a sandwich? No, she doesn´t.

Exercises D and F Page 41.


Exercise D
Look at the chart in Exercise A. Complete the sentences.
1. By the pound, apples are cheaper than oranges.
2. A dozen lemons are cheaper than a dozen limes.
3. An avocado is cheaper than a papaya.
4. Three pounds of tomatoes are more expensive than one
pound of oranges.
5. A pound of grapes is cheaper than 4 pounds of bananas.
6. A mango is more expensive than an avocado.
7. Five pounds of bananas are cheaper than one pound of
apples.
8. Five pounds of bananas are cheaper than one pound of
oranges.

Exercise F
Read the chart below. Circle True or False.
Cheaper more expensive

beans bread orange juice sugar ground beef

1. The orange juice is cheaper than the sugar. True


2. The bread is more expensive than the sugar. True
3. The beans are more expensive than the sugar. False
4. The ground beef is cheaper than the bread. True
5. The orange juice is more expensive than the beans.
True
6. The ground beef is more expensive than beans. False
7. The orange juice is more expensive than the ground
beef. True
8. The bread is cheaper than the orange juice. True

Exercises D, E and F Page 43.


Exercise D
Circle don’t or doesn´t.
1. John don’t / doesn´t like turkey sandwiches.
2. I don’t / doesn´t eat turkey.
3. She don’t / doesn´t make salad.
4. We don’t / doesn´t need money for lunch.
5. Tin and Karen don’t / doesn´t want breakfast.
6. Alton don’t / doesn´t like the sandwiches.
7. Jessica and I don’t / doesn´t need the menu.
8. They don’t / doesn´t make hamburgers here.
9. You don’t / doesn´t eat Caesar salads.
10. I don’t / doesn´t make coffee.
Exercise E
Complete the sentences with the negative form of the
verbs in parentheses.
1. Matilda and Lonnie don’t like (like) restaurants.
2. I don’t eat (eat) fish.
3. We don’t make (make) sandwiches.
4. They don’t serve (serve) pie.
5. He doesn´t work (work) at the restaurant.
6. She doesn´t eat (eat) beef.
7. You don’t drive (drive) to the supermarket.
8. They don’t go (go) to the supermarket on Sunday.
9. I don’t see (see) the hamburgers on the menu.
10. She doesn´t drink (drink) coffee.

Exercise F
Complete the sentences about you and your partner.
1. I don’t eat potatoes
2. I don’t like molondrones
3. I don’t make rice
4. I don’t need oil
5. I don’t want cheese

1. My partner doesn´t eat carrots


2. My partner doesn´t like oranges
3. My partner doesn´t make cake
4. My partner doesn´t need onions
5. My partner doesn´t want milk

Listen to the convesation between Duong and Minh. What do


they need at the supermarket?
Underline the food they need.
YES/NO SHOPPING LIST
No HAM

Yes TUNA FISH

Yes PEANUT BUTTER


Yes JELLY
Yes TURKEY
Yes CHICKEN
No SALAMI
No CHEESE