NECESSITY QUESTIONS 7A

Hi grade 7A girls. These are the questions you have to answer to be ready for the test. Only until everyone has commented, you will see each other’s comments.

You can answer all the questions using the pdf file on necessity.

Decide whether the following statements are True or False

1. “Must” and “have to” have the same meaning.

2. The sentence “They must to work” is incorrect.

3. The sentence “She have to study for the test” is correct.

4. The sentence “I doesn’t have to study” is incorrect.

5. The sentences “People mustn’t wear a helmet” and “People don’t have to wear a helmet” mean the same.

 

These are the questions you have to answer.

 

AGUAS CARDENAS, VALENTINA 1
ALVARADO SANCHEZ, ANA SOFIA 1
BUSTAMANTE GUTIÉRREZ, VALENTINA 1
CESPEDES FAJARDO, VALENTINA 2
CHAVARRO MELO, SARA HELENA 2
FORERO AVILA, MARIANA 2
GARCIA ARISTIZABAL, ANTONIA 2
GARCIA TORRES, MARIANA 3
GOMEZ CAMPOS, MARIA JOSE 3
LORENZO PÉREZ, ALEJANDRA 3
MARTINEZ TRIANA, VALENTINA 4
MENDEZ SANTAMARÍA, PALOMA 4
MORENO QUINTERO, TATIANA 4
REVELO JIMENEZ, MARIA PAULA 4
ROJAS SOSA, CATALINA 5
ROMERO CASTRO, MARIA CAMILA 5
SANCHEZ GÓMEZ, MARÍA JOSÉ 5
VELOSA ZAMBRANO, NICOLLE 5
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NECESSITY GRAMMAR NOTES

Here there is the grammar explanations of necessity and the exercises you can do to practice for the test on Wednesday and Thursday.

Necessity grammar note and practice

PREFERENCES TEST PRACTICE 7A

Hi 7A girls,

 

Here are the questions and the people responsible to practice for the test on Preferences.

 

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These are your questions

Decide whether the following statements are TRUE or FALSE. Then, explain your choice.

1. The verb “prefer” is used to talk about general preferences.

2. When we use “would rather”, we can use a noun.

3. The sentence “I’d prefer having a sandwich” can also be expressed “I’d prefer a sandwich”.

4. In the sentence “James prefers driving to cycling” we can change “than” for “to”.

5. In the sentence “You’d prefer to see a movie to reading a book.” there is a mistake.

 

AGUAS CARDENAS, VALENTINA 1
ALVARADO SANCHEZ, ANA SOFIA 1
BUSTAMANTE GUTIÉRREZ, VALENTINA 1
CESPEDES FAJARDO, VALENTINA 1
CHAVARRO MELO, SARA HELENA 2
FORERO AVILA, MARIANA 2
GARCIA ARISTIZABAL, ANTONIA 2
GARCIA TORRES, MARIANA 3
GOMEZ CAMPOS, MARIA JOSE 3
LORENZO PÉREZ, ALEJANDRA 3
MARTINEZ TRIANA, VALENTINA 3
MENDEZ SANTAMARÍA, PALOMA 4
MORENO QUINTERO, TATIANA 4
REVELO JIMENEZ, MARIA PAULA 4
ROJAS SOSA, CATALINA 5
ROMERO CASTRO, MARIA CAMILA 5
SANCHEZ GÓMEZ, MARÍA JOSÉ 5
VELOSA ZAMBRANO, NICOLLE 5

PREFERENCES TEST PRACTICE 7B

Hi 7B girls,

 

Here are the questions and the people responsible to practice for the test on Preferences.

 

REMEMBER! You won’t see your comment approved until all the people responsible for the question comment.

These are your questions

Decide whether the following statements are TRUE or FALSE. Then, explain your choice.

1. The sentence “We’d prefer staying at home today” talks about a specific preference.

2. The sentence “Ryan would rather going home” is incorrect.

3. The sentence “I’d prefer having a sandwich” can also be expressed “I’d prefer a sandwich”.

4. The sentence “Juanita would prefer talking than being quiet” is correct.

5. The sentence “Angela would rather fly by Avianca to fly by AA.” is correct.

 

ACEVEDO CONTRERAS, DANIELA 1
AYALA PEÑA, MARÍA CAMILA 1
BUENO MOTTA, GABRIELA SOFÍA 1
CAÑIZARES MUÑOZ, MARIANA 2
FLOREZ SALAZAR, ANASOL 2
GIL GARCIA, RAQUEL SOFIA 2
GOMEZ MESA, LINA MARIA 2
GUTIERREZ ROLON, NATALIA 3
HOYOS DAVID, LAURA 3
LEON GONZALEZ, PAOLA 3
MEDINA ALARCON, LUCCIANA 3
MORALES PARRA, MARÍA CAMILA 4
TABARES ACOSTA, LAURA VALERIA 4
ULLOA CORAL, VALENTINA 4
VALENCIA GARCÍA, JUANITA 5
VARGAS CORREDOR, VALERIA 5
VILLESCAS LUQUE, JULIANA 5

Questions and Answers Black Beauty Chapters 41 to 49 7A

Hello 7A girls,

 

Here are the questions and the people responsible to answer them.

 

BLACK BEAUTY QUESTIONS CHAPTERS 41 TO 49

 

Chapter 41

  1. Why did butcher’s horses have to go so fast?
  2. What two examples of good treatment to horses does Black give? Tell their names and who gave them those names.

 

Chapter 42

  1. Why did some boys throw dirt to her?
  2. What does Jerry tell Harry about elections?

 

Chapter 43

  1. How was Jerry rewarded after he helped the woman who needed to get to the hospital?
  2. What did Polly’s old mistress tell Jerry about his job?

 

Chapter 44

  1. How did Captain die?
  2. What do we learn about Jerry’s past?
  3. Who was Hotspur?

 

Chapter 45

  1. Why is Christmas time harvest for cab drivers?
  2. Was it worth the high fare Jerry charged the two men who made him wait for more than two hours? Why? Why not?
  3. How do we know Jerry didn’t go to work the next day?
  4. How does Black know that Jerry is very sick?
  5. Why can we say that Governor Gray is such a good friend?
  6. What was the recommendation the doctor gave Jerry?
  7. What good news came in a letter to Jerry’s family?

 

Chapter 46

  1. Who was Black sold to and why did he suffer so much?
  2. How did a lady help Black one day he was pulling a heavy load?

 

Chapter 47

  1. Who was Nicholas Skinner and why did Black?
  2. Why did Black have to stop working?
  3. Who did Nicholas want to sell him to?

 

Chapter 48

  1. Why did Willie want to buy Black Beauty?
  2. What did Willie and his grandpapa do when Black recovered completely?
  3. Who was he sold to? Tell their names.
  4. Who does Black reencounter after all these years and how does the story end?

 

AGUAS CARDENAS, VALENTINA 21,22
ALVARADO SANCHEZ, ANA SOFIA 11, 12
BUSTAMANTE GUTIÉRREZ, VALENTINA 4
CESPEDES FAJARDO, VALENTINA 20
CHAVARRO MELO, SARA HELENA 16
FORERO AVILA, MARIANA 9,10
GARCIA ARISTIZABAL, ANTONIA 1
GARCIA TORRES, MARIANA 19
GOMEZ CAMPOS, MARIA JOSE 17,18
LORENZO PÉREZ, ALEJANDRA 5
MARTINEZ TRIANA, VALENTINA 25
MENDEZ SANTAMARÍA, PALOMA 2,3
MORENO QUINTERO, TATIANA 15
REVELO JIMENEZ, MARIA PAULA 24
ROJAS SOSA, CATALINA 6,7
ROMERO CASTRO, MARIA CAMILA 8
SANCHEZ GÓMEZ, MARÍA JOSÉ 13,14
VELOSA ZAMBRANO, NICOLLE 23

 

 

 

Black Beauty questions chapters 31 to 40

Chapter 31

1. Why did Black Beauty call Alfred Smirk a humbug?

2. Why did Black have to go to the farrier? What did he do?

3. After being deceived by another groom, what does Mr. Barry decide to do?

Chapter 32

4. What did Black see in the fair?

5. How much was paid for Black?

Chapter 33

6. Who composed the family of the man who bought Black? Tell their names.

7. How is Black’s life now like the time he was with John Manly?

Chapter 34

8. How did Captain travel to Crimea? What was its original name?

9. What happened to Captain’s master? How did Captain know what had happened?

Chapter 35

10. Jerry didn’t like to rush Jack (Black) for a client in a hurry, but he did once. Why did Jerry make an exception that day?

11. What is the reward that Jerry got when he took this passenger to his destination? What was Jerry’s fellow cab driver’s reaction?

12. According to Governor Gray, who has good luck?

Chapter 36

13. What reasons does Jerry have to not accept to take Mrs. Briggs?

14. What is Jerry’s perception of religion?

Chapter 37

15. One Sunday, Jerry could not go church because he had to take a woman to see her dying mother. Why can we say that somehow he did attend the Sunday service? Give two details from the chapter to support your answer.

Chapter 38

16. What did Jerry normally eat in winter?

17. What does the man who defended the horses in this chapter say about people who do not defend others’ rights?

Chapter 39

18. Who was Seedy Sam and why did he die?

Chapter 40

19. Who does Black Beauty meet and what does he learn about this horse?

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SENTENCE STRUCTURE PRACTICE 7C

Hi girls, here’s a text where you can find different sentences of the types studied in class.

Look up one of the type you have been assigned, copy the whole sentence and paste it as a reply to this post.

At the beginning of the story, we meet Mathilde Loisel, a middle-class girl who desperately wishes she were wealthy. She’s got looks and charm, but had the bad luck to be born into a family of clerks, who marry her to another clerk (M. Loisel) in the Department of Education. Mathilde is so convinced she’s meant to be rich that she detests her real life and spends all day dreaming and despairing about the fabulous life she’s not having. She envisions footmen, feasts, fancy furniture, and strings of rich young men to seduce.

One day M. Loisel comes home with an invitation to a fancy ball thrown by his boss, the Minister of Education. M. Loisel has gone to a lot of trouble to get the invitation, but Mathilde’s first reaction is to throw a fit. She doesn’t have anything nice to wear, and can’t possibly go! How dare her husband be so insensitive? M. Loisel doesn’t know what to do, and offers to buy his wife a dress, so long as it’s not too expensive. Mathilde asks for 400 francs, and he agrees. It’s not too long before Mathilde throws another fit, though, this time because she has no jewels. So M. Loisel suggests she go see her friend Mme. Forestier, a rich woman who can probably lend her something. Mathilde goes to see Mme. Forestier, and she is in luck. Mathilde is able to borrow a gorgeous diamond necklace. With the necklace, she’s sure to be a stunner.

The night of the ball arrives, and Mathilde has the time of her life. Everyone loves her (i.e., lusts after her) and she is absolutely thrilled. She and her husband (who falls asleep off in a corner) don’t leave until 4am. Mathilde suddenly dashes outside to avoid being seen in her shabby coat. She and her husband catch a cab and head home. But once back at home, Mathilde makes a horrifying discovery: the diamond necklace is gone.

M. Loisel spends all of the next day, and even the next week, searching the city for the necklace, but finds nothing. It’s gone. So he and Mathilde decide they have no choice but to buy Mme. Forestier a new necklace. They visit one jewelry store after another until at last they find a necklace that looks just the same as the one they lost. Unfortunately, it’s 36 thousand francs, which is exactly twice the amount of all the money M. Loisel has to his name. So M. Loisel goes massively into debt and buys the necklace, and Mathilde returns it to Mme. Forestier, who doesn’t notice the substitution. Buying the necklace catapults the Loisels into poverty for the next ten years. That’s right, ten years. They lose their house, their maid, their comfortable lifestyle, and on top of it all Mathilde loses her good looks.

After ten years, all the debts are finally paid, and Mathilde is out for a jaunt on the Champs Elysées. There she comes across Mme. Forestier, rich and beautiful as ever. Now that all the debts are paid off, Mathilde decides she wants to finally tell Mme. Forestier the sad story of the necklace and her ten years of poverty, and she does. At that point, Mme. Forestier, aghast, reveals to Mathilde that the necklace she lost was just a fake. It was worth only five hundred francs.

Taken from:

http://www.shmoop.com/the-necklace-maupassant/summary.html

BRADFORD BACCI, LAURA Phrase + simple sentence
CIFUENTES ORTEGA, VERÓNICA Two clauses with connector
ESCOBAR NEGRETE, MARÍA ALEJANDRA Independent and dependent clause.
FELICIANO VILLALBA, SINDY SARAY Two clauses with a relative pronoun
FERNÁNDEZ OTERO, VALENTINA Phrase + simple sentence
HARB JARAMILLO, SARAH Two clauses with connector
HERNANDEZ GONZALEZ, ANDREA CAMILA Independent and dependent clause.
KELLEMBERGER JURADO, SOFÍA LUISA Two clauses with a relative pronoun
LOZANO TULA, LAURA CAMILA Phrase + simple sentence
MARTINEZ TRIANA, ISABELLA Two clauses with connector
MORENO RUEDA, JASSAY Independent and dependent clause.
OSPINA PLATA, TATIANA Two clauses with a relative pronoun
OTERO BRUNAL, VALERIA Phrase + simple sentence
RIVEROS RAMÍREZ, SILVIA DANIELA Two clauses with connector
RUBIO TORRES, MANUELA MARIA Independent and dependent clause.
SERRANO GUARÍN, JULIANA ISABEL Two clauses with a relative pronoun
VELÁSQUEZ CÁRDENAS, MARÍA JOSÉ Phrase + simple sentence