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UNITY EDUCATIONAL “ JOSÉ FÉLIX DE VALDIVIESO”.

NAME: ……………………………………………………………………………………………

CLASS: Tenth Year Of Basic Education.

TEACHER: Lic. Gladys Sari Dávila.

PARTIAL: Third

QUIMESTER: First

DATE:……………………………………………………………………….

LECTIVE YEAR: 2019-2020

1.Complete with an appropriate adjective. Use the clues in each sentence and the Word
Bank. There is an extra word you do not need to use.

Word Bank
• humble • sociable • vain • ambitious • curious • competitive

Paul: I’m chatting with my cousin Jane. She’s really special. You should meet her.
Mike: What’s she like?
Paul: She’s always making plans for her future. She’s really __________________. Just like
you.
Mike: Really? I like that quality in a girl. What kind of guy does she like? I am quite
_______________(a) because I always like to win. And sometimes I don’t usually care about
the consequences of my actions, you know. Do you think she will turn me down for that?
Paul: Oh, I don’t think so. She gets on well with all kinds of people. She’s very
_____________________(b).
Mike: You know what I really admire in a girl? I like it when a girl never thinks she’s better
than others. She should be a _____________________(c) woman.
Paul: Oh, Jane is definitely so. Also, she’s not too proud of
herself and never expects admiration for her achievements. She’s not
____________________(d) at all. Mike: I like her already! When can I meet her Paul?

2. Find out more about Jane and Mike. Choose the phrasal verb that is closest in meaning to
the underlined words.
3. Use find, turn, get, go and the prepositions down, out, on, for to complete the
conversation.
Jane: Thank you for introducing me to Mike. Do you know if he likes me? He’s very reserved. I’ll
never __________________(a) anything from him!
Paul: He’s very attracted to you, Jane. I know because he doesn’t stop talking about you.
Jane: Oh! Really? I think Mike and I are opposites! However, we ______________(b) well.
Paul: Don’t worry about that! Opposites attract! Why don’t we all go out?
Jane: That’s a terrific idea Paul. Maybe we could all go together to a concert.
Paul: Which concert would you like to go to?
Jane: I’ll __________________(c) Don Omar’s concert. Is that OK for you?
Paul: Sure. I’ll call Mike and invite him. Jane: I hope he doesn’t ____________ _____________(d)
our invitation.

4. There are some blanks in the following e-mail. Read it and add the appropriate prefix im,
in, ir, and un to the incomplete words.
Dear Jane,
I was very ____sensitive today at lunch. I was trying to be funny, but I was very ___polite (a) and
____mature (b) when I made fun of the food. You acted quite well, though. Did I make you
____happy (c)? Please do not hold back your feelings. I appreciate you not being ____tolerant
(d) with me when I act ____rationally (e)! I promise I won’t embarrass you anymore in front of
your parents by being ____reliable (f) or ____predictable (g). Please send my regards to your
parents and my deepest apologies for my attitude. Let me know if we can still be friends. Let’s
go out sometime again. Please do not turn down my invitation. I look forward to hearing from
you. Please forgive me. Love, Mike

5. Choose six words from exercises 1 to 4 and make graphic organizers. Include all the
elements that are in the model (definition, synonym, antonym and a sentence).

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