PRUEBA DE INGLES SEGUNDO PERIODO GRADO 10°

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PRUEBA DE INGLES SEGUNDO PERIODO GRADO 10°

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Lee el siguiente texto y responde las preguntas que aparecen al final del mismo

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Lilas Ariel Murillo Leudo
(Otros tests del mismo autor)


Fecha de Creación:
30/05/2019

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ANCESTORS In 1492 Christopher Columbus arrived in San Salvador, an island where there were many people that he called “Indians”. Before Europeans came to America, there were three important Indian civilizations: the Inca in Peru, the Maya and the Aztec in Mexico and Central America. INCAS THE PERUVIAN CRADLE They lived in Peru. They were farmers and engineers. They created water irrigation systems because their land was dry and cool. Then, they lived in the mountainous regions and cultivated corn, cotton, beans and the white potato. They domesticated the llama and alpaca that were in the Andean Mountains. They were great architects, too. Important cities were Cuzco and Machu Picchu. The Spaniards called them “The Inca Empire” because their ruler was the “Inca” THE MAYAN CIVILIZATION The Mayas lived in Mexico and Central America. They were architects and built large buildings and cities like Chichén Itza and Uxmal. They were astronomers, too. They invented a calendar with 18 months. They also cultivated corn, sweet potatoes, peanut, manioc, pineapples, avocados, cotton and papayas. Currently many countries in different parts of the world also cultivate these products. Today there are still many Mayas that speak their native language in the south of Mexico and in the North of Guatemala. THE AZTECS They were warriors. They lived in Mexico and Central America after the Mayan Civilization. The capital of the empire was Tenochtitlan, where Mexico City is located today. When the Spaniards came, there were silver and gold. There were huge pyramids, too, because they were great engineers Taken from New Generation for teenagers, book 7 pag57 according to de reading, in Latin America there were... five civilizations one civilization thirty civilizations three civilizations.
ANCESTORS In 1492 Christopher Columbus arrived in San Salvador, an island where there were many people that he called “Indians”. Before Europeans came to America, there were three important Indian civilizations: the Inca in Peru, the Maya and the Aztec in Mexico and Central America. INCAS THE PERUVIAN CRADLE They lived in Peru. They were farmers and engineers. They created water irrigation systems because their land was dry and cool. Then, they lived in the mountainous regions and cultivated corn, cotton, beans and the white potato. They domesticated the llama and alpaca that were in the Andean Mountains. They were great architects, too. Important cities were Cuzco and Machu Picchu. The Spaniards called them “The Inca Empire” because their ruler was the “Inca” THE MAYAN CIVILIZATION The Mayas lived in Mexico and Central America. They were architects and built large buildings and cities like Chichén Itza and Uxmal. They were astronomers, too. They invented a calendar with 18 months. They also cultivated corn, sweet potatoes, peanut, manioc, pineapples, avocados, cotton and papayas. Currently many countries in different parts of the world also cultivate these products. Today there are still many Mayas that speak their native language in the south of Mexico and in the North of Guatemala. THE AZTECS They were warriors. They lived in Mexico and Central America after the Mayan Civilization. The capital of the empire was Tenochtitlan, where Mexico City is located today. When the Spaniards came, there were silver and gold. There were huge pyramids, too, because they were great engineers Taken from New Generation for teenagers, book 7 pag57 Responde las preguntas de acuerdo al anterior texto The Peruvians Created water irrigation systems because... the land was dry and cool the land was deserted the land was deserted the land was mountainous.
ANCESTORS In 1492 Christopher Columbus arrived in San Salvador, an island where there were many people that he called “Indians”. Before Europeans came to America, there were three important Indian civilizations: the Inca in Peru, the Maya and the Aztec in Mexico and Central America. INCAS THE PERUVIAN CRADLE They lived in Peru. They were farmers and engineers. They created water irrigation systems because their land was dry and cool. Then, they lived in the mountainous regions and cultivated corn, cotton, beans and the white potato. They domesticated the llama and alpaca that were in the Andean Mountains. They were great architects, too. Important cities were Cuzco and Machu Picchu. The Spaniards called them “The Inca Empire” because their ruler was the “Inca” THE MAYAN CIVILIZATION The Mayas lived in Mexico and Central America. They were architects and built large buildings and cities like Chichén Itza and Uxmal. They were astronomers, too. They invented a calendar with 18 months. They also cultivated corn, sweet potatoes, peanut, manioc, pineapples, avocados, cotton and papayas. Currently many countries in different parts of the world also cultivate these products. Today there are still many Mayas that speak their native language in the south of Mexico and in the North of Guatemala. THE AZTECS They were warriors. They lived in Mexico and Central America after the Mayan Civilization. The capital of the empire was Tenochtitlan, where Mexico City is located today. When the Spaniards came, there were silver and gold. There were huge pyramids, too, because they were great engineers Taken from New Generation for teenagers, book 7 pag57 Two important activities of the Mayas were carpentry and engineering architecture and astronomy cultivate and astronomy architecture and writing .
ANCESTORS In 1492 Christopher Columbus arrived in San Salvador, an island where there were many people that he called “Indians”. Before Europeans came to America, there were three important Indian civilizations: the Inca in Peru, the Maya and the Aztec in Mexico and Central America. INCAS THE PERUVIAN CRADLE They lived in Peru. They were farmers and engineers. They created water irrigation systems because their land was dry and cool. Then, they lived in the mountainous regions and cultivated corn, cotton, beans and the white potato. They domesticated the llama and alpaca that were in the Andean Mountains. They were great architects, too. Important cities were Cuzco and Machu Picchu. The Spaniards called them “The Inca Empire” because their ruler was the “Inca” THE MAYAN CIVILIZATION The Mayas lived in Mexico and Central America. They were architects and built large buildings and cities like Chichén Itza and Uxmal. They were astronomers, too. They invented a calendar with 18 months. They also cultivated corn, sweet potatoes, peanut, manioc, pineapples, avocados, cotton and papayas. Currently many countries in different parts of the world also cultivate these products. Today there are still many Mayas that speak their native language in the south of Mexico and in the North of Guatemala. THE AZTECS They were warriors. They lived in Mexico and Central America after the Mayan Civilization. The capital of the empire was Tenochtitlan, where Mexico City is located today. When the Spaniards came, there were silver and gold. There were huge pyramids, too, because they were great engineers Taken from New Generation for teenagers, book 7 pag57 When the Spaniards came to the Aztec empire, there were pineapples and potatoes pyramids and museums silver and gold alpacas and llamas.
ANCESTORS In 1492 Christopher Columbus arrived in San Salvador, an island where there were many people that he called “Indians”. Before Europeans came to America, there were three important Indian civilizations: the Inca in Peru, the Maya and the Aztec in Mexico and Central America. INCAS THE PERUVIAN CRADLE They lived in Peru. They were farmers and engineers. They created water irrigation systems because their land was dry and cool. Then, they lived in the mountainous regions and cultivated corn, cotton, beans and the white potato. They domesticated the llama and alpaca that were in the Andean Mountains. They were great architects, too. Important cities were Cuzco and Machu Picchu. The Spaniards called them “The Inca Empire” because their ruler was the “Inca” THE MAYAN CIVILIZATION The Mayas lived in Mexico and Central America. They were architects and built large buildings and cities like Chichén Itza and Uxmal. They were astronomers, too. They invented a calendar with 18 months. They also cultivated corn, sweet potatoes, peanut, manioc, pineapples, avocados, cotton and papayas. Currently many countries in different parts of the world also cultivate these products. Today there are still many Mayas that speak their native language in the south of Mexico and in the North of Guatemala. THE AZTECS They were warriors. They lived in Mexico and Central America after the Mayan Civilization. The capital of the empire was Tenochtitlan, where Mexico City is located today. When the Spaniards came, there were silver and gold. There were huge pyramids, too, because they were great engineers Taken from New Generation for teenagers, book 7 pag57 Christopher Columbus arrived in an old city paradise an island a big house.
ANCESTORS In 1492 Christopher Columbus arrived in San Salvador, an island where there were many people that he called “Indians”. Before Europeans came to America, there were three important Indian civilizations: the Inca in Peru, the Maya and the Aztec in Mexico and Central America. INCAS THE PERUVIAN CRADLE They lived in Peru. They were farmers and engineers. They created water irrigation systems because their land was dry and cool. Then, they lived in the mountainous regions and cultivated corn, cotton, beans and the white potato. They domesticated the llama and alpaca that were in the Andean Mountains. They were great architects, too. Important cities were Cuzco and Machu Picchu. The Spaniards called them “The Inca Empire” because their ruler was the “Inca” THE MAYAN CIVILIZATION The Mayas lived in Mexico and Central America. They were architects and built large buildings and cities like Chichén Itza and Uxmal. They were astronomers, too. They invented a calendar with 18 months. They also cultivated corn, sweet potatoes, peanut, manioc, pineapples, avocados, cotton and papayas. Currently many countries in different parts of the world also cultivate these products. Today there are still many Mayas that speak their native language in the south of Mexico and in the North of Guatemala. THE AZTECS They were warriors. They lived in Mexico and Central America after the Mayan Civilization. The capital of the empire was Tenochtitlan, where Mexico City is located today. When the Spaniards came, there were silver and gold. There were huge pyramids, too, because they were great engineers Llamas and alpacas were domesticated by: the Incas the Aztecs Christopher Columbus the Mayas.
ANCESTORS In 1492 Christopher Columbus arrived in San Salvador, an island where there were many people that he called “Indians”. Before Europeans came to America, there were three important Indian civilizations: the Inca in Peru, the Maya and the Aztec in Mexico and Central America. INCAS THE PERUVIAN CRADLE They lived in Peru. They were farmers and engineers. They created water irrigation systems because their land was dry and cool. Then, they lived in the mountainous regions and cultivated corn, cotton, beans and the white potato. They domesticated the llama and alpaca that were in the Andean Mountains. They were great architects, too. Important cities were Cuzco and Machu Picchu. The Spaniards called them “The Inca Empire” because their ruler was the “Inca” THE MAYAN CIVILIZATION The Mayas lived in Mexico and Central America. They were architects and built large buildings and cities like Chichén Itza and Uxmal. They were astronomers, too. They invented a calendar with 18 months. They also cultivated corn, sweet potatoes, peanut, manioc, pineapples, avocados, cotton and papayas. Currently many countries in different parts of the world also cultivate these products. Today there are still many Mayas that speak their native language in the south of Mexico and in the North of Guatemala. THE AZTECS They were warriors. They lived in Mexico and Central America after the Mayan Civilization. The capital of the empire was Tenochtitlan, where Mexico City is located today. When the Spaniards came, there were silver and gold. There were huge pyramids, too, because they were great engineers Oraciones incompletas Complete la siguiente oración teniendo en cuenta el anterior texto In the North of Guatemala and the South of Mexico there are _____________ who still speak their native language Spaniards Mayas Aztecs Incas.
. ANCESTORS In 1492 Christopher Columbus arrived in San Salvador, an island where there were many people that he called “Indians”. Before Europeans came to America, there were three important Indian civilizations: the Inca in Peru, the Maya and the Aztec in Mexico and Central America. INCAS THE PERUVIAN CRADLE They lived in Peru. They were farmers and engineers. They created water irrigation systems because their land was dry and cool. Then, they lived in the mountainous regions and cultivated corn, cotton, beans and the white potato. They domesticated the llama and alpaca that were in the Andean Mountains. They were great architects, too. Important cities were Cuzco and Machu Picchu. The Spaniards called them “The Inca Empire” because their ruler was the “Inca” THE MAYAN CIVILIZATION The Mayas lived in Mexico and Central America. They were architects and built large buildings and cities like Chichén Itza and Uxmal. They were astronomers, too. They invented a calendar with 18 months. They also cultivated corn, sweet potatoes, peanut, manioc, pineapples, avocados, cotton and papayas. Currently many countries in different parts of the world also cultivate these products. Today there are still many Mayas that speak their native language in the south of Mexico and in the North of Guatemala. THE AZTECS They were warriors. They lived in Mexico and Central America after the Mayan Civilization. The capital of the empire was Tenochtitlan, where Mexico City is located today. When the Spaniards came, there were silver and gold. There were huge pyramids, too, because they were great engineers The ________ lived in Mexico and Central America after the _________ Aztecs / Museums Aztecs / Incas Spaniars / Mayas Mayas / Aztecs .
They invented a calendar with 18 months Aztec Spaniar Incas Mayas.
They were great architects, too. Important cities were Cuzco and Machu Picchu. The Spaniards called them “The Inca Empire” because their ruler was the “Inca”. the text belong to simple present simple future simple past conditional .
Oraciones incompletos. Completa las siguientes oraciones con (in, at, on) We are going to have arts lessons _____ morning on at in.
____ Saturday, we´re going to do activities at the lake, and ____ night we are going to play hide and seek. on / at on / in in / at at / in.
the next school camp trip si going to be ______ on in at.
the sentence: in the afternoon: we´re going to get active! we´re going to hiking and horse riding in the forest: talk about the present the past the future.
EVERYDAY PEOPLE CHANGING THE WORLD When Thulani left primary school, his father told him that he didn´t have enough money for his high school fees. Thulani washed cars and carried boxes to earn his own money to pay to go to school. Taken from “English, please” book page 27 Responde las preguntas de la 15 a la 20 de acuerdo al anterior párrafo: according to the paragraph: Thulani.. has to work to pay school have to work to pay school hasn´t to work to pay school had to work to pay school.
Thulani: wash cars washed cars washes cars was car.
According to the paragraph: Thulani is in primary school Thulani has enough money Thulani washes cars Thulani left primary school.
La oración: HIS FATHER TOLD HIM THAT HE DIDN´T HAVE ENOUGH MONEY FOR HIS HIGH SCHOOL FEES, corresponde: al presente al futuro al pasado.
Complete the following sentences with at, in, or on. The song festival is ____ 9:00pm ____ Saturday and Sunday at / in in / at at / at at / on.
we get home on saturday ___ 7:00 pm ____ the evening on /on in / at at / in at / at.
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