Monday, November 06, 2006

Ingles Tercera Investigación




GRUPO:

Los Ñapancha

INTEGRANTES:

- William Araujo Navarro --> 4 "b"
- Victor Avendaño Riofrio--> 4 "a"

INGLES TERCERA INVESTIGACIÓN

VERBS

Definition

Present Simple

Past Simple

Past Participle

Romper

Break

Broke

Broken

Batir/golpear

Beat

Beat

Beaten

Añadir

Add

Added

Added

Calentar

Heat

Heated

Heated

Derretir

Melt

Melted

Molten/ melted

Fluir

Pour

Poured

Poured

Cocinar

Cook

Cooked

Cooked

Levantar

Lift

Lifted

Lifted

Inclinar

Tilt

Tilted

Tilted

Voltear

Turn

Turned

Turned

servir

Serve

Served

Served

He couldn't do anything

Past ability : couldn´t, wasn´t able,to, manager,to + purpose: in order to, so that.

READ THE FIRST PART OF A TRUE STORY.

SCAPE FROM THE JAWS OF DEATH: PART ONE- THE ATTACK!

In april 1994, Philip Coates was working as a safari guide on the Lower Zambezi River in Centro Africa. He took groups of about ten people in canoes along the river on safaris so that they could match the wild animals. Their luggage was all taken by truck to the camps where they spent the night so that they could have plenty of room in the canoes.

Occasionally the safari stopped in safe places so that the tourists could swim and cool down. But they weren´t able to swim very often. In the Zambezi there are thousands of crocodiles- it´s stimated that there is one two-meter long crocodile - and there are hippos everywhere.

It was the middle of the last day of a safari and extremely hot. Everyone was holding onto each other´s canoes in order to make one big raft-five canoes wide and six meters long-for safety.

Suddenly, Philip´s canoe was lifted out of the water and he thought he´d hit a rock or an island. He turned around in order to see what had happened and then he realized his canoe was right on top of a hippo´s head! Philip could see one of the hippo eyes on the left of his canoe and one eye on the right!.

He immediately told everyone to paddle to the bank, which was only ten meters away all managed to get to the bank except Phillip. The hippo tipped Philip´s canoe and Phillip wasn´t able to scape. He couldn´t do anything! He just fell into the hippos´s mouth! The hippo closed its jaws and took Philip down to the bottom of the river. The animal thrashed about, shaking its head as if Philip was a light as a feather!

Answer the questions

1. - What was Philipp doing in April 1994?

Philipp was working as a safari guide .

2. - Why did people go on canoe safaris?

To match wild animals.

3. - Why was the people luggage taken by truck?

For they could have plenty of room in the canoes

4. - Why did they stop in safe places?

For that the tourists could swim and cool down

5. - Why couldn’t they swim often?

Because on the river had thousands of crocodiles and hippos.

6. - Why were they holding on to each other’s canoes?

To make one big raft-five canoes wide and six meters long-for safety.

7. - How did Phillip realize that his canoe was right on top of a hippo’s head?

Because he was lifted and he saw the hippo’s eyes.

8. - Did they all manage to get to the bank?

No, Phillip didn’t make it.

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