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Task 4 {tarea 4}

Observa los siguientes ejercicios realízalos, con su de hoja de presentación envía el

archivo de Word en el espacio correspondiente en la plataforma.
Exercise 1
Definite and Indefinite Articles
Write the correct Article: a, an, the
1. I eat ______apple for breakfast every day.
b. an
c. the

2. I live in _____old house near the centre of town.

a. a
b. an
c. the

3. Where's _____ sugar? - Are you blind? It's next to your plate!
a. a
b. an
c. the

4. Did you find _____ book you were looking for?

a. a
b. an
c. the

5. I need ____ new calculator. This one is broken.

a. a
b. an
c. the

6. We're going to buy ____new computer next week.

a. a
b. an
c. the

7. Do you like ____English food? - Not really!

a. a
b. an
c. the

8. Can you tell me how to get to ____post office?

a. a
b. an
c. the

9. Please open ______window. It's very hot in here.

a. a
b. an
c. the

10. Would you like _____ orange? - No, thanks. I'm not hungry.
a. a
b. an
c. the

Exercise 2
The Weather
Write the weather under the images.

1. _______________________________
2. ______________________________

3. _____________________________

4. ______________________________

5. _______________________________
6. _______________________________

7. _____________________________

8. _____________________________
Exercise 3
How Much /How Many
Write Much or Many.

1. __________ food
2. __________ evenings
3. __________ websites
4. ___________ sugar
5. ___________ women
6. __________ cheese
7. __________ children
8. __________ time
9. __________ mice
10. ___________ Information

Possessive Adjectives
Warning! These are adjectives. Don't confuse them with pronouns!

We use possessive adjectives to show who owns or "possesses" something. T


 my, your, his, her, its, our, their

 whose (interrogative)

number person gender possessive examp


singular 1st male/female my This is

2nd male/female your I like y

3rd male his His na

female her Her na

neuter its The do

plural 1st male/female our We hav

2nd male/female your Your c

3rd male/female/neuter their The stu


singular/plural 1st/2nd/3rd male/female (not whose Whose

your = possessive adjective
you're = you are

its = possessive adjective

it's = it is OR it has

their = possessive adjective

they're = they are
there = adverb (I'm not going there / look over there / there is a car outside)

whose = possessive adjective

who's = who is OR who has

Be careful! There is no apostrophe (') in the possessive adjective "its". We us

the short form of "it is" or "it has". For example:
it's raining = it is raining
it's finished = it has finished

I'm taking my dog to the vet. It's broken its leg.