domenica 31 agosto 2014

ESERCIZIO SUL COMPLEMENTO OGGETTO

Nel seguente esercizio prova a riconoscere il complemento oggetto presente nelle frasi.
Attenzione, in alcune non c'è!!
Per la soluzione clicca sul bottone show/hide

1)In un attimo le nuvole in arrivo dalle montagne soffocarono la bellezza di un rosso tramonto di fine estate


2)E' risaputo che ci considera degli intrusi in casa sua


3)Non ci ha mai nemmeno rivolto la parola durante la festa di laurea di sua figlia


4)I marinai guardarono a lungo verso terra, alla ricerca di un luogo dove approdare


5)Il fischio dell'arbitro segnò l'inizio della gara fra le finaliste del torneo


6)Potresti evitare di masticare con la bocca aperta per favore?


7)Si lasciò sfuggire un "ahi" troppo vivace per essersi davvero fatta male


8)Aspettatemi qui, bimbi, tornerò presto a prendervi!


9)Sono così prepotenti quei due: intendono le ragioni solo a modo loro


10)Ti accompagnerò solo per un pezzo

venerdì 29 agosto 2014

ESERCIZIO DI COMPRENSIONE INGLESE

Un esercizio di inglese per la comprensione scritta. Leggi questi brevi dialoghi e prova a rispondere alle domande. Per vedere la soluzione passa con il mouse sulla striscia colorata.

1)Paul:           John got the highest grade point average in the biology class.
   Susan:        No wonder! He's at the library everyday.

Question: What does Susan suggest about John?

a. He doesn't come to biology class.
b. He is studying all the time.
c. He loves doing research at the library.
d. He doesn't care about his grade point average.

b. He is studying all the time.

2)Paul:       It looks like they're getting ready to start the highway project again.
   Susan:       I'm not surprised.
 
 Question: What does Susan imply about the project?

a. The project's been going on for some time.
b. She seems to need more time to get ready.
c. The highway project started not too long ago.
d. She wouldn't like to be surprised.

a. The project's been going on for some time.

3)Paul:               Can you believe the science project is due in two days?
   Susan:             That can't be so.
   
Question:  What does Susan mean?

a. She cares for the science project.
b. She doesn't know how to complete the project.
c. She can't believe the work is due so soon.
d. She doesn't like kidding.

c. She can't believe the work is due so soon

4)Susan:           Looks like it's going to be a nice day.
   Paul:              Yes, it's about time. Spring is just around the corner.
  
Question:  What does Paul imply?

a. Spring will come soon.
b. He likes nice days.
c. He can't wait until spring is here.
d. It's about time for the weather to change.

a. Spring will come soon.

5)Susan:         Would you mind going grocery shopping with me? We're out of everything.
   Paul:             I'd rather not. Can't you go yourself?
   
Question: What does Paul mean?

a. He doesn't need food.
b. He prefers eating out to grocery shopping.
c. He doesn't mind going with her later.
d. He wants her to go alone.

d. He wants her to go alone

6) Susan:        Did you take the dog for a walk? He's been in all day.
    Paul:           Was I supposed to?
 
Question: What does Paul mean?

a. He's not gone out yet.
b. He doesn't think it's his job to take the dog for a walk.
c. He didn't think the dog was supposed to be out.
d. He didn't care to be with the dog all day.

b.He doesn't think it's his job to take the dog for a walk.

giovedì 28 agosto 2014

ESERCIZIO ARTICOLI PARTITIVI

Articolo o preposizione articolata?

Articolo o preposizione articolata?

Nelle frasi che seguono distinguete quando DEL, DELLO, DELLA, DEGLI, DELLE sono articoli partitivi e quando invece sono preposizioni articolate

 
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