1. Traducir, usando presente, pretérito perfecto y pretérito imperfecto. Puedes usar un diccionario.

  1. I always eat at a restaurant on Saturday nights.
  2. In the past, I used to play guitar.
  3. Last night I visited my sister.
  4. She was dancing. The sky was beautiful.
  5. I already knew the story.
  6. Did you go to the supermarket?
  7. When I was ten, I used to eat chocolate all the time.
  8. When I was living in Spain, I would sometimes go to my friend's house on Friday nights.
  9. I always ask her for favors.
  10. My cousin has a house in the woods.
  11. How did you meet your girlfriend?
  12. We used to listen to music all night long.
  13. I couldn't go to work. I was sick.
  14. I used to like football when I was younger.
  15. On May 17th, 2014, I called Victor.
  16. I sent that letter ten days ago.

2. Traducir, usando reflexivos / gustar. Puedes usar un diccionario.

  1. I used to get up early in college. Now, I never get up early because I go to bed late.
  2. George took a shower and left his house.
  3. We always wash our hands in the morning.
  4. Did you brush your teeth?
  5. They always look at themselves in the mirror.
  6. I used to like country music. Now I only like hip hop.
  7. I like apples. My friend Peter doesn't like apples.
  8. My sister likes to dance. She used to dance more in the past, but she still dances a little.
  9. Last night I washed my face. I always wash my face at night. I like to wash my face.

3. Escribir tres oraciones en presente, tres en pretérito perfecto y tres en pretérito imperfecto

Usa locuciones temporales (expresiones de tiempo) en todas las oraciones (ayer por la noche, normalmente, etc.).

💂 Use temporal locutions (time expressions) in all sentences (ayer por la noche, normalmente, etc.).

4. Traducir, usando pronombres de objeto directo. Puedes usar un diccionario.

Objeto directo, con cosas:

  1. I used to have it (m).
  2. I bought it (f).
  3. Do you sing it (f) frequently?
  4. I always wear them (m) in the summer.
  5. I sold it (m).
  6. I used to eat them (f).

Objeto directo, con personas:

  1. I visited her.
  2. You used to love me.
  3. I know you.
  4. I called you last night.
  5. Did you invite me to Frank's dinner?
  6. She helped me.

5. Write a short essay

Escribir una historia corta sobre un objeto que tú tienes y que amas. Referirse misteriosamente al objeto como lo o la.

💂 Write a short story about an object you own and love. Mysteriously refer to the object as lo or la.

Ejemplo: Lo compré en una tienda en Madrid en 1995. Desde entonces, siempre lo tengo en la cartera. A veces lo llevo a mi trabajo, a veces lo dejo en casa. Siempre lo miro y lo uso por las noches... etc.

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