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Vanesa Valiente

Salinas

TABLERO ∠ MIS CURSOS ∠ 000938_(2019-2) ∠ WEEK 5 ∠ CPS - WEEK 5

Información

Dear student,

This section of our Class Preparation Session has been designed to help
you get ready for our Grammar test that will take place in week 6.

In order to have a successful practice, read the following instructions


carefully:

Go over your notes on Grammar tenses. (Video Tutorials:

Present/Past review)

If you did not take notes, you may want to watch the tutorial

videos available at HOME-CPS Resources.

You won't have a time limit to answer this quiz.

You will have unlimited attempts to practice.

If you need further explanations, do not hesitate to contact a

tutor. The tutoring schedule has been uploaded at the HOME


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Pregunta 1

WARM UP ACTIVITY
Read the definition and match it with the correct tense.

Instructions:

Prior to attempting matching the columns, it would be a good idea to check your
notes based on the Grammar tutorial videos you have seen in Virtual Sabana.

Describes the background or the


circumstances that surround an important Elegir...
event.

Describes and action in progress before or


up to the main event in the past. Makes Elegir...
emphasis on the duration of the action.

Describes a situation in progress or


happening around now. Can be used to refer
Elegir...
to temporary actions and future
arragements.

Refers to an action that happened earlier or


before another action took place. It is called: Elegir...
the past of the past.

Highlights a recent activity. Describes life


experiences. Makes emphasis on the times Elegir...
an action has been done.

Highlights the present result of a recent past


action. Makes emphasis on the duration of Elegir...
the activity.

Describes the main events in sequence.


Elegir...
Expresses an action that is completed.

Describes a permanent or usual situation.


Elegir...
Used to express facts and routines.
Pregunta 2

PRESENT OR PAST?

Instructions:

Complete the following statements, with the correct PRESENT or PAST


tense.
DO NOT use contractions.

1. I (learn) English for seven years now.

2. Last year I (not work) enough, and that is why my

grades (not/be) as high as expected this year.


3. When I arrived to Madrid it was sunny but the streets were wet so I
think it (rain) earlier for a few hours.

4. I (sleep) in my desk when my boss


(come) to my office.
5. You always (take) a long time to get ready for a party.

6. When I woke up, he (leave) already.

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