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FUNDACIN UNIVERSITARIA HORIZONTE

DIRECTION OF LANGUAGES
WORKSHOP- LEVEL A1
NAME: _______________________________ ID: _____________ DATE: ___________
PERSONAL PRONOUNS

1. Replace the noun by the correct pronoun


EXAMPLE:

David

He

The Dog It

1. Mary

_____________________________

2. Richard

_____________________________

3. Bob and Tim _____________________________


4. The desk

_____________________________

5. Bob and I

_____________________________

6. The violin

_____________________________

7. The boys

_____________________________

8. The woman

_____________________________

9. Mrs Duval

_____________________________

10. The trousers _____________________________

2. Complete the sentence using the corresponding pronoun.


EXAMPLE: she is beautiful (Paula)
1. _______ is reading a book. (Willy)
2. _______ is green. (The blackboard)
3. _______ are on the wall (The posters)
4. _______ is running. (The dog)
5. _______ are watching TV. (My mother and I)
6. _______ are in the garden. (The flowers)
7. _______ is riding his bike. (Tom)

3. Waiting the line. Answer the questions.

Answer the questions:


EXAMPLE :Where is James? James is on the sixth position.

Where is Kate? _______________________________________________________________


Where is Helen? ______________________________________________________________
Where is Mrs. Grey? ___________________________________________________________
Where is Mr. Boris? ___________________________________________________________
Where is Tim? _______________________________________________________________
Where is Mary? ______________________________________________________________
Where is Janet? ______________________________________________________________
Where is Susan? ______________________________________________________________
Where is Liz? ________________________________________________________________
4. Write these numbers
EXAMPLE: 24 Twenty- four

a. 15

b. 124
c. 567
d. 1.078
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e. 235.496
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f. 1.805.901
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5. Example: 3 = Cardinal: Three / Ordinal: Third - 3rd
a. 5
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b. 21
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c. 25
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d. 31
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e. 22
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