There is/are (not)
Places
Simple present
Numbers and dates
Cultural info
100

Look! __________ many fruits for our breakfast!

There are

100

where you sleep when you visit another city.

hotel

100
Affirmative: They + travel + vacation

They travel for vacation

100

1.236

One thousand two hundred thirty-six

100

Mention three countries in the Caribbean

200

_________ more money at home? 

Is there

200

you can see the latest movies here. Many people eat popcorn while they're here.

cinema

200

Affirmative: Nickie Minaj + come +  from + T&T

Nickie Minaj comes from T&T

200

Mention the days of the week

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday

200

What is Fairtrade?

"Fair Trade is a trading partnership, based on dialogue, transparency and respect, that seeks greater equity in international trade. It contributes to sustainable development by offering better trading conditions to, and securing the rights of, marginalized producers and workers – especially in the South."

300

Don't worry! _____________ many fish in the sea.

There are

300

a religious place to pray.

church

300

Negative: The sea+ not + need + waste

The sea doesn't need waste

300

When do we celebrate Christmass? 

December the 24th

300

What is creole?

creole is a stable natural language that develops from the simplifying and mixing of different languages into a new one within a fairly brief period of time

400

I confess that _____________ some emotions in my heart...

there are

400

a place where you can read books and magazines.

library

400

Interrogative: why + you + recommend + the Caribbean + ?

Why do you recommend the Caribbean?

400

23-07-1786

Twenty-third of July, seventeen eighty-six

400

Can you mention three Caribbean rhythms?

Soca, Reggae, Calypso

500

You can't go with us, __________ any space left.

there isn't

500

A place, far from the city, where you can enjoy nature

country side

500

Interrogative: what + San Andrés + offer + ?

What does San Andrés offer?

500

3'056.874

Three million fifty six thousand eight hundred and seventy-four

500

Summarise the principal elements of the Caribbean history.

Settlers from: Spain, England and France.

African slaves.

Plantations.

Emancipation and freedom.

Mixed culture and language. 

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