Ejercicios de Verbos Estáticos y Dinámicos con Respuestas en inglés


En esta actividad, practicaremos los verbos estáticos y dinámicos en inglés. Los verbos estáticos se utilizan para describir estados o condiciones permanentes, mientras que los verbos dinámicos se utilizan para acciones o eventos que ocurren en un momento específico. Realizar estas actividades te ayudará a entender la diferencia entre estos dos tipos de verbos y cómo se utilizan en contextos diferentes.

Actividad 1: Completa las oraciones con el verbo estático o dinámico correcto.

1. I (play/plays) the piano every day.

2. My mother (cook/cooks) a delicious dinner for us every night.

3. The book (is/are) on the shelf.

4. The children (run/runs) in the park every evening.

5. She (is/are) a doctor.

6. We (watch/watches) a movie every Friday night.

7. The flowers (smell/smells) beautiful.

8. He (is/are) tired after a long day at work.

9. They (love/loves) to travel to different countries.

10. The sun (is/are) shining brightly today.


1. play

2. cooks

3. is

4. run

5. is

6. watch

7. smell

8. is

9. love

10. is

Actividad 2: Elige el verbo estático o dinámico correcto para completar las oraciones.

1. She ________ to the radio every morning. (listen/listens)

2. The cat ________ on the chair. (sleep/sleeps)

3. They ________ football every weekend. (play/plays)

4. The computer ________ working properly. (is/are)

5. He ________ languages fluently. (speak/speaks)

6. The children ________ in the swimming pool. (swim/swims)

7. The cake ________ delicious. (taste/tastes)

8. The birds ________ in the trees. (sing/sings)

9. We ________ to the beach every summer. (go/goes)

10. The door ________ closed. (is/are)


1. listens

2. sleeps

3. play

4. is

5. speaks

6. swim

7. tastes

8. sing

9. go

10. is

Actividad 3: Cambia el verbo del presente simple al pasado simple en cada oración.

1. I eat breakfast every morning.

Respuesta: I ate breakfast every morning.

2. She writes a novel.

Respuesta: She wrote a novel.

3. They play basketball on weekends.

Respuesta: They played basketball on weekends.

4. He cooks dinner for his family.

Respuesta: He cooked dinner for his family.

5. We watch movies at home.

Respuesta: We watched movies at home.

6. The dog barks at strangers.

Respuesta: The dog barked at strangers.

7. I speak French fluently.

Respuesta: I spoke French fluently.

8. She reads a book before bed.

Respuesta: She read a book before bed.

9. They go to the beach in the summer.

Respuesta: They went to the beach in the summer.

10. He plays the guitar.

Respuesta: He played the guitar.

📝 Entiende lerbos estáticos y dinámicos

1. Practice breathing exercises: Before you attempt lip rolls (both static and dynamic), it’s important to warm up your breathing. Practice deep breathing exercises to strengthen and control your breathing.

2. Start with static lip rolls: Begin by placing your lips together and exhaling air while gently vibrating your lips. Start with short bursts of air and gradually increase the duration. Focus on maintaining a steady and consistent sound.

3. Experiment with different tongue positions: The placement of your tongue can affect the quality of your lip rolls. Try various tongue positions, such as resting it against the bottom of your mouth or slightly curled behind your bottom teeth, to find the one that works best for you.

4. Incorporate pitch variations: Once you’ve mastered static lip rolls, experiment with changing the pitch while maintaining the lip roll sound. Start with low pitches and gradually move to higher ones. This will add more dynamics to your lip rolls.

5. Combine lip rolls with other vocal techniques: To make your lip rolls more dynamic, try incorporating them into scales, arpeggios, or other vocal exercises. This will help you develop flexibility and control with different melodic patterns while maintaining the lip roll sound.

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