• Simple Present Tense
    Negative Sentences in the Simple Present Tense To make a negative sentence in English we normally use Don't or Doesn't with all verbs EXCEPT To Beand Modal verbs (can, might, should etc.). * Affirmative: You speak French. Negative: You don't speak French. You will see that we add do
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  • Suggested Activity to Improve Simple Present Tense
    1.A Conversation Game The teacher shows a picture of two girls with a sentence on top (see Appendix 1) and asks them to rewrite the same sentence by filling up the gap below. The teacher elicits the word ‘both’ with the picture and also elicits how to talk about the similarities and differenc
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  • Simple Present Tense
    Make the Present Simple Tense: Structure: subject+auxiliary verb+ main verb+object do base There are three important exceptions: For positive sentences, we do not normally use the auxiliary. For the 3rd person singular (he, she, it), we add “s” to the main verb or “es” to the aux
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  • Simple Present Tense
    englisch-hilfen.de – LEARNING ENGLISH ONLINE Simple Past or Present Perfect - Test A - Put in the verbs in brackets into the gaps. 1) We ____________________ in a restaurant in May 2001. (to work) 2) Jack ____________________ the window of the gym this morning. (to break) 3) I'm
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  • Present Simple Continuous Tense
    Formulae: subject + auxiliary verb(be)+ main verb (base + ing) *auxiliary is a helping verb like do or does Page 5 WHEN DO WE USE PRESENT SIMPLE CONTINUOUS TENSE? We use the present simple continuous tense when: * action happening now * action in t
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  • Simple Past Tense
    Simple Past Tense * Expresses an activity/ activities that happened at a specific time in the past. * From : V + d, ed, ied Irregular verb action verb * Negative – did + not + base V Was/were ‘be’ verb * Negative – was/we
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  • Grammar Simple Present and Past
    COMPLEJO EDUCATIVO REPARTO VALLE NUEVO SIMPLE PRESENT AND SIMPLE PAST TENSE Subject: English Students: Andrade Ramos, Maria Emeli Argueta Morán, Leslie Evelyn Cerón Escobar, Maura Elena Escobar Cáceres, Marjorie Naydine Romero Regalado, Leticia Yamileth Grade:11th
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  • English Present Tense
    SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE SP + V(Base Form) + C USE 1 Repeated Actions Use the Simple Present to express the idea that an action is repeated or usual. The action can be a habit, a hobby, a daily event, a scheduled event or something that often happens. It can also be something a person often forge
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  • Lesson Plan for Teaching Present Tense
    ------------------------------------------------- Objectives: * ------------------------------------------------- To introduce students the use of Present Continuous Tense * ------------------------------------------------- To list the three usage of Present Continuous Tense ------------
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  • Semi-Detailed Lesson Plan in Simple Past Tense
    I. Objectives: At the end of the lesson, 80% of the students will be able to: A.      Focus Skill a.       Narrate past events using the simple past tense for of the verb B.      Support Skills a.       Make a chain story using the past tense of the verb b.    Â
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  • Literary present tense
    How (and Why) Do I Write in Literary Present Tense? Literary works, paintings, films, and other artistic creations are assumed to exist in an eternal present. Therefore, when you write about writers or artists as they express themselves in their work, use the present tense. The Basic...
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  • Present Tense
    18/01/2011 English Exercises > present simple exercises > Present Simple and Plural Activities English Exercises: Present Simple and… Things we do at school.... Write the verbs in Present Simple. Nick’s father 1. Nick’s father 2. His office 3. Every morning he 4. He 5. He 6. He 7
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  • Lesson Plan Training (Present Continuous Tense)
    Level: I Lesson: Present Continuous Tense Lesson Aims: - to highlight some of the uses of Present Continuous. - to contrast Present Simple and Present Continuous. - to give students practice in using Present Continuous Tense. - to develop Ss' speaking competences. Skills involved: listening,
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  • Simple Gift
    AREA OF STUDY BELONGING FOCUS TEXT: THE SIMPLE GIFT What you must do in this Area of Study: • Develop a personalised detailed appreciation of the concept of belonging. • Closely analyse HOW your set text, Herrick’s The Simple Gift, SHAPES your understanding of belonging.
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  • Essays
    ALLAMA IQBAL OPEN UNIVERSITY, ISLAMABAD (Department of English Language & Applied Linguistics) Dear Student, We welcome you to the BA/BS Compulsory English I Communication Skills Course, (Code 1423). As the name indicates that the course is essentially communicative in nature and seeks to de
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  • Conditional Tense
    CONDITIONAL TENSE Conditional sentences usually are of the type in which one circumstance will be symbiotic with the other. For example, “if I find her address, I’ll send her the invite.” Normally, there are three kinds of relationships which can be expressed using the conditional- factual,
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  • Grammar Tense and Description
    The Tense Tutorial Copyright 2010, by Aristotle Prep 2 Tense is a method that we use in English to refer to time - past, present and future. It is basically a form of a verb used to indicate the time, and sometimes the continuation or completeness, of an action in relation to the time of s
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  • Simple Past Tent
    Simple Present Tense I sing | How do we make the Simple Present Tense? subject | + | auxiliary verb | + | main verb |   |   | do |   | base | There are three important exceptions: 1. For positive sentences, we do not normally use the auxiliary. 2. For the 3rd person singular (he,
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  • Tense and Aspect System
    The tense-aspect system becomes easier to understand if we list the two tenses, present and past, along the vertical axis. We include the future on this list of tenses as well, for although there is no verb inflection for future time, any description of the English tense-aspect system needs to acc
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  • Summary Explaning English Grammar - Tense and Aspect
    J.A SUMMARY TENSE AND ASPECT Overview Some basic meaning distinctions between different tense forms are offered in terms of the REMOTE (or not) and FACTUAL (or not) status of perceived situations including notes on the future, time expressions, and the HISTORICAL PRESENT. A distinction is ma
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