viernes, noviembre 03, 2006


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1. The form (the sentence itself - aff, neg, int)

- The dinosaurs migrated to the south
- The planet earth had catastrofe.
- Dinosaurs ruled the world for millions of years.
- Some dinosaurs ate plants.- The dinosaurs extinted millions years ago.
- The dinosaurios lived in zones humedas.
- The brontosaurs ate all class of plants.
- The ceratosaurs appeared in the Superior Cretácico.
- The dinosauris t-rex of cattle predominated in the cretacico era.
- The marine species dominated the part of the oceano.

Form neggative:

- The dinosaurs did not eat eggs.
- The dinosaurs did not survive.
- Dinosaurs herbívoros did not include biped forms.
- The Triceratops did not have a bony rim that projected behind the skull.
- The Ictiosaurios or fish lizards did not have nadadoras fins.
- The dinosaurs did not have peleje.
- Many of the marine species did not reproducieron eggs.
- The dinosaurs did not have own home.
- The dinosauros did not attack without reason some.
- The dinosauros did not have small teeth.

Form interrogative:

- Did t-Rex feed their babies?
- Did chero walk the dog?
- Did dinosaurs had pelaje?
- Did marines especies producieron eggs?
- Did dinosaurs the had small teeth?
- Did dinosaurs the had own home?
- Did Triceraptor the had a bony rim that projected behind the skull?
- Did The Ictiosaurios had nadadoras fins?
- Did the dinosauros attack without reason some?
- Did dinosaurs herbívoros include biped forms?


1.- Past simple:

"El "past simple" describe una acción pasada ya finalizada.When I was young I lived in Madrid (ahora vivo en Barcelona)


Se utiliza la misma forma del verbo en NEGATIVO: wasn't I? weren't you? wasn't he? wan't she? wasn't it? weren't we? weren't you? were't they? Aquí tienes algunos ejemplos:

- It was a beautiful day, wasn't it? (Fue un día hermoso, ¿verdad?)
- Martha was angry, wasn't she? (Marta estaba enojada, ¿no?)
- You were really tired, weren't you? (Estabas muy cansado, ¿verdad?)
- You were studying at 6, weren't you? (Estuviste estudiando a las 6, ¿no?)
- He was flying when I phoned, wasn't he? (Estaba volando cuando llamé, ¿no?)


Se utiliza la misma forma del verbo en AFIRMATIVO o POSITIVO: was I? were you? was he? was she? was it? were we? were you? were they? Aquí tienes algunos ejemplos:

- It wasn't a beautiful day, was it? (No fue un día hermoso, ¿no?)
- Martha wasn't angry, was she? (Marta no estaba enojada, ¿no?)
- You weren't really tired, were you? (No estabas muy cansado, ¿verdad?)
- You weren't studying at 6, were you? (No estuviste estudiando a las 6, ¿no?)
- He wasn't flying when I phoned, was he? (No estaba volando cuando llamé, ¿no?)

Esta informació ha sido extraída el día 06/04/06 desde la siguiente web:

2. Simple Past

Se utiliza para expresar acciones terminadas en el pasado.

(+) Sujeto + Infinitivo + ED (o 2ª forma de los verbos irregulares)
(-) Sujeto + Didn’t + Infinitivo
(?) Did + Sujeto + Infinitivo?

Nota: AGO siempre va asociado al Simple Past para indicar el tiempo que "hace" que ocurrió una acción: They were here three years ago.

My Dinosaurs Profile


Meaning: It means terrible claw.

Type of feeder: Carnivore.

Length: Deinonychus was about 10 feet long (3 m), 5 feet tall (1.5 m), and weighed up to 175 pounds (80 kg). This dinosaur was roughly 4 ft (1.2 m) tall at the shoulder. Its femur (thigh bone) was 31 cm long.

Teeth: The concentration of Deinonychus teeth near the prey's abdomen and pelvis may indicate that a pack feasted on the fresh viscera.

Height: 5 ft (1.5 m). Weight:, 175 lb (80 kg).

Food: Deinonychus was a carnivore, a meat eater. It probably ate just about anything it could slash and tear apart. When hunting in packs, Deinonychus could probably kill any prey it desired.

Weight: 80 Kg

How it walked: Deinonychus walked on two slender, bird-like legs; it must have been a fast runner, considering its legs and light weight. When it ran, it rotated its huge foot-claw upwards and ran on the other toes.

Period: Cretaceous Period 99 million to 65 million years ago.
Other facts: Second toe on each foot had a very large, sharp claw for attacking its prey.


Meaning: It means old wing.

Type of feeder: Carnivore.

Length: 1 foot ( 30 cm) long from beak to tail.

Teeth: Archaeopteryx is the oldest-known bird. Unlike modern-day birds, it had teeth, three claws on each wing, a flat sternum (breastbone), belly ribs (gastralia), and a long, bony tail.

Height: 1 foot (0.3 meters)

Food: Carnivore (meat-eater)

Weight: 11 to 18 ounces (300 to 500 grams)

How it walked: The Archaeopteryx moved walking and flying by means of its wings.

Period: It lived in Germany during superior the Jurásico period.


Meaning: Its name means Delicate Strange Reptile.

Type of feeder: Carnivore.

Length: It measured approximately 12 meters in length.

Teeth: The Allosaurus had acute, marked teeth in great jaws.

Height: It measured 4 meters of height.

Food: One fed on small dinosaurios like the Camptosaurio and the Estegosaurio, in addition to lizards and mammals.

Weight: It weighed up to two tons.

How it walked: Allosaurus walked on two muscular legs.

Period: Jurasic.



Auxiliary Verb (had)

Past Participle





in the world for millions of years

Multicellular creatures



Hard skeletal parts that left behind an abundant fossil record




Three toes on their hind feet an four on their forefeet.

Euoplocephalus dinosaur



during the late the cretaceous period


Auxiliary Verb (had)

Past Participle


Simple Past Tense Reference




the world
for millions of years

before the men
came in

Symbos cavifrons


Died out

About 11,00
years ago

By the time, heterodontosaurus

The dinosaurs and many other forms of life



abruptly about
63 million years ago

When the human
life appeared in
the world

The dinosaurios habian gotten to reproduce in great amounts.

Dinosaurio 01 - Iguanodon

The Iguanodon is one of emblematic dinosaurs but in Europe, since it was first the dinosaurs discovered and the second best finding of dinosaurs until the moment since in a mine they found 23 skeletons of complete dinosaurs of iguanodon.

Dinosaurio 02 - Compsognathus

The Compsognathus was one of the dinosaurios smaller than they existed. It was discovered by Wagner in 1959. It had a long and little heavy head, due to the great hollows that were in their bones. Their eyes were located in the superior part of the head, that watched towards ahead, like the present hunting animals, reason why it must have very good Vista and good reflections.

Dinosaurio 03 - Stegosaurus

It means reptile with tile roof. It measured 7 meters in length and it weighed 2 tons and average. It had very strange defenses. One of the most unusual groups is the one of the estegosáuridos ones, pertaining to the one of the tireóforos, thus called by the name of this dinosaurio North American. Easily it was recognized to him by the double row of plates that it had in the back and by acute prongs in the end of the tail, used as a whip for his defense.