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TAEP.-THE AFTER EXAM PAGE 1.6 (Business English 1)

9 December 2018

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THE AFTER EXAM PAGE

Business English 1

1.6

First term

1.First of all write your name and surname in all papers of the exam. Write the date as well

2.Check that your exam paper is complete, that is, see if you have all the exercises there

3.You will receive an extra A4 paper to write some of the answers. It is not obligatory to use this paper. Anyway you must give all the papers to the teacher

4.If you need space to write an answer put a mark like an asterisk  (*) or a number between brackets (1), (2) and the message SEE NEXT PAGE or SEE PAGE 2

5.Read every exercise slowly. Do not write the answer before reading the question twice. Understand the questions

6.The time. The English tell the time in two different ways. They say: 2:30 p.m (it´s half past two).-analogical way

However, they also say 2:30 p.m (it´s two thirty).-digital way

Remember we use mainly the analogical way. You should learn this way to tell the time

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Hojas de trabajo de Inglés 1 (worksheets, Business English 1)

3 March 2018

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Worksheet Business English 1. I was short of money (EXTRACT)

Business English 1. Worksheet. Second term

Complete the sentences. Use CAN, CAN´T, COULD, COULDN´T

  1. I was short of money last week. I … …buy that disk
  2. I am afraid I … …come to your party
  3. When my father was a schoolboy, he was a good runner. He … …run very fast
  4. My great grandmother was very clever. She … …speak three foreign languages
  5. Daniel … …swim quite well now. But last summer he … …swim at all
  6. His uncle … …ride a horse when he was seven
  7. My grandfather loved music very much. He … …play the piano and the guitar very well
  8. Something was wrong with my alarm clock. I … ….wake up in time
  9. Max is in a hurry. He … …wait for us
  10. They talked quite loudly. I … …hear everything they said

 

   Write the plural to these nouns

man.m…….       roof.ro…….

tooth.te……..   boy.bo………

knife.kn……….. tomato.tom……..

box.bo…….       wife.wi……..

child.ch……     pencil.pen….

teacher.te…….. woman.wo……

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Business English 1, Worksheet . Write all months of the year in order (EXTRACT)

  1. BASICS: write all months of the year in order.
  2. Conjugate the present simple tense in the affirmative form of the verb TO FINISH.terminar (translate one form into Spanish) + conjugate the present simple tense in the negative form of TO SPEAK.hablar (translate one form into Spanish)
  3. Put the following expressions in letters [for example: 44€:forty-four euros]

33 pp, 105 books, 200 friends, it´s 2:55 pm, 658 pp, year 1896, year 2000

  1. Fill in the missing letters. AV MOODLE. Wordlist

     traducción.tra……… / lector.rea…… / conjugación.conj…….  /patio.play……

    hoja asistencia.att……. p…  / ordenadores.co…………. / Brasil.Br……. /

    China.Ch…… /diseñar(v).de……     /repartir(v).del…….. /quejarse(v).com…..

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Revised wordlist for Business English 2 [elementary ef17]

1 June 2017

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Revised list of words, verbs, linkers, idioms and many more issues for Business English 2.

Check the pack linked through 48 pages at IlovePDF.com:

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Check, if you prefer, the wordlist at @Slideshare via @LinkedIn:

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Cornell list of Latin words, verbs and notions (8 pages)

10 April 2017

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THE BROWNING VERSION, from left: Ben Silverstone, Albert Finney, 1994, © Paramount

A bilingual pack of words, conjugation of verbs, notions of grammar (Latin / English).-CORNELL. Great idea for memorization of vocabulary in Latin classes.

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A selection of words on Business English 1

29 October 2016

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I have collected a pack of words, verbs, expressions and connectors from Business English for students of 1st year at Vocational Training (Administration)

The reference book this year is Business Result Elementary (Oxford) by David Grant, John Hughes and Rebecca Turner

The document can be read, studied and downloaded on paper via @SlideShare at @LinkedIn thanks to the converter @ilovepdf_com

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http://www.slideshare.net/EugenioFouz/ilovepdf-mergedbus-eng1-wordsandverbs

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The rule of getting 2 vowels for a fly

8 November 2015

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When we conjugate the 3rd person singular of the present simple tense of verbs ending in -y sometimes we wonder why the English drop the final -y and add an -i plus -es and some other times they just add a -s.

This is my rule: get 2 vowels for a fly. I will show this by means of an example:
We conjugate the present simple tense in the affirmative form of to MARRY like this:
I marry, you marry, she marries, we marry, you marry, they marry.

MARR-Y only has a vowel (considering the semivowel -y a vowel itself). According to the rule we must get 2 vowels, therefore we drop the -y and add -i plus -es. The result is: marries. (You can count up to 2 vowels) Otherwise that would be marrys which is not real English.

Take now the present simple tense in the affirmative of to PLAY like this:
I play, you play, she plays, we play, you play, they play
PLAY-S has got 2 vowels so there must not be any dropping of vowels.


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