INTERMEDIATE 3

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SIMPLE PAST AND PAST PERFECT EXERCISES

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GET EXPRESSIONS

CLOTHES PATTERNS

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verb + ing or inf.

I am not a bird, but I can fly.

I eat insects and fruit.

I’m dark.

I sleep upside down.

……………………………………..

I’m brown on the outside.

I’m white on the inside.

I’m hard and you can eat or

drink me.

I’m hairy.

I grow in hot countries.

………………………………………

I’m yellow and round.

I’m the same size as an apple.

You can’t eat me.

You hit me with a racquet.

……………………………………….

I’m usually made of paper.

But in Australia I’m plastic.

I can lots of colours.

I have pictures and numbers on

me.

You use me to buy things.

……………………………………….

Every country has one.

I have different colours.

I need wind to fly.

The British one is red, white and

blue.

…………………………………………..

I’m a special day.

People buy each other presents.

I’m romantic.

I’m on February 14th.

…………………………………………….

I’m something you do every

day.

I’m also an Olympic sport.

You use your legs to do this.

It’s slower than running

…………………………………………..

I’m something English people

eat for breakfast.

I’m hot.

You can put butter and jam on

me.

I’m cooked bread.

…………………………………….

I’m a sport.

I’m usually done by men.

You need to be powerful and quick.

Muhammad Ali is the most

famous man who has played

this sport.

You wear shorts and gloves.

………………………………………..

I’m a beautiful animal.

I’m found in Africa.

I have the first and last letters.

of the alphabet in my name.

I’m like a horse.

I’m striped.

……………………………………..

SOME CONSIDERATIONS ABOUT BRAZILIAN LAWS

Probationis the suspension of jail time. If you are convicted  of a crime, you may be sentenced to probation and allowed  to remain living in the community under the supervision of a  probation officer.

In most countries, a person convicted of murder is typically given a long prison sentence, possibly a life sentence where permitted, and in some countries, the death penalty may be imposed for such an act. A person who commits murder is called a murderer .[1]

 

The “lightning kidnapping” (sequestro-relâmpago). The crime is characterized by the kidnapping of a person for a short period of time, while the criminals try to obtain, from the victim or his relatives, what is usually a small sum of money.

According to the bill, the punishment imposed on someone who commits such a crime will vary between 6 and 12 years of imprisonment, but may be increased to 12 to 24 years if the victim is hurt. If the victim dies as a result of the crime, the punishment is increased to 24 to 30 years in prison.

Jaywalking is an informal term commonly used in North America to refer to illegal or reckless pedestrian crossing of a roadway. Examples include a pedestrian crossing between intersections (outside a crosswalk, marked or unmarked) without yielding to drivers and starting to cross a crosswalk at a signalized intersection without waiting for a permissive indication to be displayed.

 

A Brazilian driving licence has twenty points. Points are deducted for infractions. A minor speeding offence will typically result in a three-point endorsement. A person driving with their elbow outside the window or with an animal between their legs will lose four points. Not wearing a safety belt will result in the loss of four points. Not wearing prescribed glasses, not driving with a valid driving licence or driving with a suspended licence will result in a seven point endorsement. 

 

 

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