Communication » 1LSCA Communication

1LSCA - VDPaul - DDI. WEEK from 1st to March 6th, 2021
by VDPaul - (2021-03-10)
Up to  1LSCA - DDI. WEEK from 1st to March 6th, 2021Up to task document list

Activities pp.90-91 from Focus Now 

Es.1 p.90

Summer sports: skateboarding, swimming, Zumba, kayaking, sailing 

Winter sports: hockey, ice skating, skiing

Both: tennis, basketball, football, yoga, kung fu, jogging, run, table tennis, karate, badminton, cycling 

Es. 2 p.90 

I like swimming, ice skating, cycling, tennis, yoga and karate. But I don’t like table tennis, badminton and Zumba because I am not able in these sports. 

Es.3 p.90

Harry: karate

Sally: cycling 

Luke: kayaking

Es. 4 p.90 

Harry: tennis, badminton and ice skating

Sally: table tennis, volleyball and skiing 

Luke: football, jogging and swimming

Es.5 p.90

  1. Harry
  2. Luke
  3. Sally
  4. Luke
  5. Sally
  6. Luke
  7. Harry

Es.6 p.90

  1. Cycling
  2. Ice skating
  3. Jogging
  4. Kayaking
  5. Sailing
  6. Skiing
  7. Swimming
  8. Skateboarding
  9. Basketball
  10. Football
  11. Volleyball
  12. Badminton
  13. Hockey
  14. Karate
  15. Kung fu
  16. Table tennis
  17. Tennis
  18. Yoga
  19. Zumba

Es.7 p.91

  1. Play
  2. Go
  3. Do

Es. 8 p.91

  1. In summer I play tennis with my uncle.
  2. In summer I play volleyball with my cousins.
  3. I go cycling on Wednesdays. 
  4. In summer I go jogging with my friend Alessia.
  5. In summer I go swimming with my friends Sofia and Asia.
  6. In winter I do yoga with my aunt.

Es. 9 p.91

  1. Have
  2. Play
  3. Go
  4. Keep
  5. Take

Es.10 p.91

  1. Have
  2. Keep
  3. Play
  4. Have
  5. Go
  6. Take

Es.11 p.91

  1. Healthy
  2. Breakfast
  3. Go
  4. Play
  5. Go
  6. Do

Es.12 p.91

  1. I already do exercises for ten minutes

I already do swimming or jogging

  1. I’d like to have a healthy breakfast.

I’d like to go to the gym for an hour.



Activities p.181 from Grammar in progress 

Es. 18 p.187

  1. Was
  2. Spent
  3. Didn’t work
  4. Studied
  5. Didn’t have
  6. Shared
  7. Was
  8. Had
  9. Didn’t play
  10. Did
  11. Was
  12. Invited
  13. Didn’t cook
  14. Had
  15. Didn’t sleep
  16. Wasn’t 

Es. 21 p.187

  1. Didn’t you come 
  2. Came
  3. Waited
  4. Had
  5. Pull
  6. Wore
  7. Wanted
  8. Did you have
  9. Enjoyed
  10. Didn’t you ask
  11. Wanted
  12. Knew
  13. was



Es. 22 p.187

  1. Julian and Martina got married last Saturday.
  2. My friends had a great party for Halloween.
  3. I met my boss and I asked for a day off and he granted.
  4. I saw Patricia two days ago. She was with a very tall boy.
  5. Nick’s father didn’t allow him to go to school on moped yesterday.
  6. Why did they refuse your application for the university?
  7. A. How did you break your shoulder?

B. I fell down the stairs.

  1. A. Did you buy tickets for the concert yesterday?

B. Yes, I bought four tickets. Do you want to come?


Es. 23 p.187

  1. Cecilia was born in 2001. La differenza è che in inglese be born si usa al simple past quando si indica dove o quando è nato qualcuno. Se ci si riferisce all’atto del nascere in generale, allora be born può essere usato anche al simple present.
  2. Nella forma affermativa è importante sapere se un verbo è regolare o irregolare perché i verbi regolari si costruiscono togliendo il to dall’infinito e aggiungendo to, mentre i verbi irregolari corrispondo alla seconda voce del paradigma.
  3. L a differenza sostanziale è che dopo did il verbo è alla forma base, all’infinito senza il to. 
  4. Perché avrebbe dovuto scrivere: 

“Miss Sheridan, I’m sorry but I didn’t do the exercises because I wasn’t very well”.