Sample-quiz8

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Indicative – Past Conditional

Complete the sentences with the correct conjugation of the verb or verbs in brackets for this tense:

The verb HABER means TO HAVE. The verb MOLESTAR means BOTHER.

The verb HABER means TO HAVE. The verb PROMETER means TO PROMISE.

The verb HABER means TO HAVE. The verb IMAGINAR means TO IMAGINE.

The verb HABER means TO HAVE. The verb MENTIR means TO LIE.

The verb HABER means TO HAVE. The verb CONSIDERAR means TO CONSIDER.

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  1. It would have bothered me if some people had not greeted
  2. The Mayor would have promised more security with a better work team
  3. Sandra and Arturo would have imagined a larger room
  4. They would have lied about the existence of millionaires in the United States because the source of information was not reliable
  5. The director would not have considered Julio if it had not been for the recommendation

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Ind. Simple Future

The Imperative

Sample-quiz7

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Rising your being

Indicative – Pluperfect

Complete the sentences with the correct conjugation of the verb or verbs in brackets for this tense:

The verb HABER means TO HAVE. The verb MOLESTAR means BOTHER.

The verb HABER means TO HAVE. The verb PROMETER means TO PROMISE.

The verb HABER means TO HAVE. The verb IMAGINAR means TO IMAGINE.

The verb HABER means TO HAVE. The verb MENTIR means TO LIE.

The verb HABER means TO HAVE. The verb CONSIDERAR means TO CONSIDER.

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  1. It had bothered me that some people had not greeted
  2. The Mayor had promised that the city would have security
  3. Sandra and Arturo had imagined there was enough space in that room
  4. They had lied about the existence of millionaires in the United States
  5. The director had not considered Julio because he did not meet the requirements of the position

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Subjunctive Present

Subjunctive Imperfect

Subj. Present Perfect

Subjunctive Pluperfect

Ind. Future Perfect

Indicative Imperfect

Indicative Pluperfect

Ind. Past Conditional

Ind. Present Perfect

Indicative Preterit

Ind. Simple Future

The Imperative

Sample-quiz6

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Indicative – Imperfect

Complete the sentences with the correct conjugation of the verb or verbs in brackets for this tense:

The verb MOLESTAR means TO BOTHER.

The verb CUMPLIR means TO FULFILL or TO KEEP.

The verb IMAGINAR means TO IMAGINE.

The verb EXISTIR means TO EXIST.

The verb CUMPLIR means TO FULFILL, TO MEET.

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  1. It bothered me that people didn’t greet
  2. The Mayor’s always promised impossible things
  3. Every day I imagined a house with enough space
  4. They lied when they were asked if in the United States there were only millionaires
  5. The director did not consider Julio because he did not meet the requirements of the position

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Indicative Pluperfect

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Indicative Preterit

Ind. Simple Future

The Imperative

Sample-quiz5

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Indicative – Future Perfect

Complete the sentences with the correct conjugation of the verb or verbs in brackets for this tense:

The verb HABER means TO HAVE. The verb MOLESTAR means TO BOTHER.

The verb HABER means TO HAVE. The verb PROMETER means TO PROMISE.

The verb HABER means TO HAVE. The verb IMAGINAR means TO IMAGINE.

The verb HABER means TO HAVE. The verb MENTIR means TO LIE.

The verb HABER means TO HAVE. The verb CONSIDERAR means TO CONSIDER.

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  1. It will have bothered me if some people don’t greet
  2. By that time, I think the Mayor will have already promised more safety for the city
  3. Sandra and Arturo will have imagined a wider room
  4. They will have lied about the existence of millionaires in the United States
  5. The director will have considered Julio by that date

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Indicative Preterit

Ind. Simple Future

The Imperative

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Subjunctive – Pluperfect

Complete the sentences with the correct conjugation of the verb or verbs in brackets for this tense:

The verb HABER means TO HAVE and the verb SALUDAR means TO GREET.

The verb HABER means TO HAVE.

The verb HABER means TO HAVE and the verb TENER means TO HAVE.

The verb HABER means TO HAVE and the verb EXISTIR means TO EXIST.

The verb HABER means TO HAVE and the verb CUMPLIR means TO MEET or TO FULFILL.

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  1. It bothered me that people had not greeted
  2. The priority for the mayor was that there had been more security in the city
  3. It would have been nice if that room had had enough space
  4. It wasn’t true that only millionaires had existed in the United States
  5. The director didn’t consider that Julio had met the requirements of the position

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Subjunctive Pluperfect

Ind. Future Perfect

Indicative Imperfect

Indicative Pluperfect

Ind. Past Conditional

Ind. Present Perfect

Indicative Preterit

Ind. Simple Future

The Imperative

China 1.0 – A life experience

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Rising your being

China 1.0 – A life experience

(Free e-book)

 

This e-book is a compilation of anecdotes and point of views of the author during his journey and life in China for more than 5 years.

The purpose of sharing these experiences is to inspire anyone, especially those who still believe that they are not capable of making their dreams come true, to accomplish goals regardless their difficulty, through positive attitude, dedication and indefatigable commitment, and thus, achieving personal growth by helping others to improve their lives.

There are many talented persons around the world who just need motivating words and somebody who leads and supports them during those unavoidable tough moments that everyone would have to face, sooner or later, in whatever activity they decide to undertake.

I have two pieces of news: A bad and a good one.

The bad news is that there will always be problems.

The good news is that there will always be solutions to those problems.

With that being said, let’s get inspired!

 

Table of content

Chapter 1

  • Why China?
  • The flight
  • USA’s stops
  • Beijing’s arrival
  • Arriving in Changchun
  • John – the savior

Chapter 2

  • Changchun’s first night
  • Changchun’s first day
  • Meeting with Alice
  • The teaching company
  • Lunch with Ms. Huang
  • At the hospital
  • Chinese chess

Chapter 3

  • My first time
  • Kids and Kids
  • Made a difference
  • Students’ supportive parents
  • Linda, Jimmy and Jack
  • Chinese primary schools
  • Chinese teachers’ secret to control
  • Memorizing questions
  • Chinese secondary schools
  • Prayers
  • Shyness
  • Spectacular classes
  • Taking the math class
  • The secret greeting
  • Chinese chess at breaks

Chapter 4

  • First college
  • Bad students at the back
  • Rapport
  • Second college
  • Mutual enjoyment
  • Outdoors
  • Embracing and kissing
  • Leonardo da Vinci’s anecdote
  • Chinese food
  • Bean curd (Tofu)
  • Gubarou
  • Instant noodles
  • Dumplings
  • Chaomian
  • Chaofan
  • Hot Pot

Chapter 5

  • Washrooms
  • Some Chinese customs and habits
  • On streets
  • Eating
  • On a bus
  • On a subway
  • On the market
  • Greetings
  • Spitting
  • Smoking
  • Doing business with Chinese people

Chapter 6

  • The day had come
  • A day that could have been the last
  • Who is going to pay the bill?
  • My first bāozi (包子, bun)
  • One step further
  • The visit

Chapter 7

  • Moving
  • The arrows
  • Celebrating
  • Dalian
  • The city
  • Landlord
  • Pángxiè (螃蟹, crab)
  • Exchanging items

Chapter 8

  • Private classes to Ivy
  • Another kindergarten
  • Fei working
  • Return to the hometown
  • Fei’s private school
  • Conquering the capital
  • Lee – Méiguānxì! (没关系!, It’s OK!)
  • Beijing’s subway
  • Taking Mandarin Chinese classes
  • It happened despite nobody wanted it

Chapter 9

  • The hyena
  • Spanish classes
  • The computer company
  • Shanghai
  • Anhui
  • Getting on the train
  • On the train
  • Departure

Chapter 10

  • First station
  • Our souls escaped momentarily
  • Welcoming
  • My first class
  • Hyperactivity
  • Other activities
  • A teacher’s collision
  • The eve
  • The farewell

Chapter 11

 

  • Běijīng kǎoyā(北京烤, Peking duck)
  • Shenzhen
  • Coconut palm
  • The factory
  • Some friends and colleagues
  • Traveling abroad