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Ejercicio 6, 7, 8, y 9.
Ejercicio 6.
J. R. R. Tolkien
(1) John Ronald Reuel Tolkien (January 3, 1892–September 2, 1973) was the author of The Hobbit and its sequel The Lord of the Rings, his most famous work. He was born in South Africa.

(2) A former pupil of King Edward's School, Birmingham, he worked as Professor of Anglo-Saxon at the University of Oxford from 1925 to 1945, and asProfessor of English Language and Literature, also at Oxford, from 1945 to 1959.

(3)He was an eminently distinguished lexicographer and an expert in Anglo-Saxon and Old Norse. He belonged to the literary discussion group the Inklings, through which he enjoyed a close friendship with C. S. Lewis.

(4) In addition to the The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, Tolkien's published fiction includes anumber of posthumous books about the history of the imaginary world of Middle-earth, where his stories take place.

(5) The enduring popularity and influence of these works have established Tolkien as the father of the modern high fantasy genre. Tolkien's other published fiction includes adaptations of stories originally told to his children and not directly related to Middle-earth.

Contesta.¿Cuáles son los libros mas famosos de Tolkien? el hobbit y el señor de los anillos
¿En donde nació Tolkien? En Sudáfrica
¿De que asignaturas fue profesor el autor, y en que universidad? enseñaba inglés y literatura en la universidad de Oxford
¿De que genero es considerado padre? Del género de fantacia moderna

Ejercicio 7.

Waiter: Good afternoon
Sam: Good afternoon sir.
Waiter: Whatwould you like to order ?
Sam: I. think as would be great a want steak with rice.
Waiter: salad?
Sam: Oh! Yes I want a salad.
Waiter: What to take you like beer?
Sam: A beer please, and a Coke.
Waiter: Here you spoon your napkin, your fork and the knife.
Sam: I want dessert I would brings an ice cream, and bring the kids please.
Waiter: OK. ---------- you have, and don’t forget the my salad.Ejercicio 8.
Antarctica is the most southern continent in the world. It’s like nowhere else on earth. It’s much larger than Europe and nearly twice the size of Australia. It’s an icy plateau with the South Pole at its centre. Antarctica is the coldest and windiest place in the world, even colder and windier than the North Pole. In the summer, the sun shines for 24 hours a day, but in thewinter it’s completely dark for about three months. Very few plants grow there, but there is some wildlife, including whales, seals, and penguins.
When Captain James Cook sailed around the continent in the 1770´s, he found no one living there. Today, a few scientists work in Antarctica, but they only spend fairly short periods there. Many of the scientists in Antarctica are studying the ozonelayer. The ozone layer is getting thinner and thinner worldwide. The biggest “hole” is over Antarctica, where the weather is getting warmer. Scientists think that this cold and lonely place can teach us a lot about the earth and how to keep it safe.
Responda: Verdadero o Falso.
| 1. La Antártica es un continente que está en el norte falso |
| 2. La Antártica es muchos las larga que Europa y dosveces el tamaño de Australia.verdadero |
| 3. La Antártica es el lugar más caluroso del mundo. |
| 4. El capitán James Cook viajó a la Antártica en el año de 1970. falso |
| 5. Algunas especies de vida salvaje viven en la Antártica entre las que destacan las ballenas, las focas y los pingüinos.verdadero |
| 6. La Antártica es el lugar más frio y con más vientos del mundo.verdadero || 7. La palabra “biggest” se refiere a un agujero en la capa de ozono.verdadero |
| 8. El titulo del texto debería ser: “Civilizaciones de la Antártica”.falso |
| 9. El capitán Cook encontró una gran diversidad de civilizaciones viviendo en este continente. falso |

Ejercicio #5

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