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Chapter 9

Chapter 9

Past Continuous Tense

Reflexive Pronouns

While-Clauses


Vocabulary preview

Vocabulary Preview

  • Break into

A burglar breaking into a house


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  • Crash into

He crashed into the other car.


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  • faint


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  • spill


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  • trip


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  • Get on

Get on the bus


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Vocabulary Preview

  • Get off

Elementary students get off the bus


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Vocabulary Preview

  • Get out of

She is getting out of the car


Past continuous tense

Past Continuous Tense

I

washe

she

Whatitdoing?

we

wereyou

they

I

He was

She

Iteating.

We

You were

They


The blackout page 84

The Blackoutpage 84

I

He was

She

It working.

We

You were

They


The blackout page 841

The Blackout page 84

Last night at 8:00 there was a blackout in Centerville. The lights went out all over town.

  • What was Doris doing last night when the lights

  • went out?

B. She was taking a bath.


The blackout page 842

The Blackout page 84

Last night at 8:00 there was a blackout in Centerville. The lights went out all over town.

  • What were Mr. and Mrs. Green doing last night when the lights went out?

B. They were riding in the elevator.


The blackout page 843

The Blackout page 84

Last night at 8:00 there was a blackout in Centerville. The lights went out all over town.

1. David

A.What was David doing last night when the lights went out?

B. He was cooking.


In class

In class:

  • Side by Side

    • Page 84 #1-9 and

    • What were you doing last night at 8:00?


Past continuous tense1

Past Continuous Tense

I

washe

she

Whatitdoing?

we

wereyou

they

I

He was

She

Iteating.

We

You were

They


I saw you yesterday but you didn t see me page 85

I Saw You Yesterday, but You Didn’t See me (page 85)

A.I saw you yesterday, but you didn’t see me.

B.Really?! When?

A.At about 2:30. You were getting out of a taxi on Main Street.

B.That wasn’t me. Yesterday at 2:30 I was cooking dinner.

A.Hmmm. I guess I made a mistake.


Page 85

Page 85

1.walking into the laundromat

working at my office

A.I saw you yesterday, but you didn’t see me.

B.Really?! When?

A.At about 4:00. You were walking into the laundromat.

B.That wasn’t me. Yesterday at 4:00 I was working at my office.

A.Hmmm. I guess I made a mistake.


In class1

In class:

  • Side by Side

    • Page 85 #1-6


Reflexive pronouns

Reflexive Pronouns

  • What is Reflexive Pronouns?

  • You can look at your Side by Side workbooks and try to figure out what Reflexive Pronouns means.


Reflexive pronouns1

Reflexive Pronouns

Imyself.

Youyourself.

Hehimself.

Sheherself.

It took a walk byitself.

Weourselves.

Youyourselves.

Theythemselves.


Reflexive pronouns2

Reflexive Pronouns

Personal PronounsReflexive Pronouns

Imyself

You (singular)yourself

You(plural)yourselves

Hehimself

Sheherself

It itself

Weourselves

Theythemselves


Reflexive pronouns3

Reflexive Pronouns

  • myself, yourself, himself, herself, itself, ourselves, yourselves, and themselves.


Reflexive pronouns4

Reflexive Pronouns

  • Exercise (scroll down to the bottom)


He when to the movies by himself page 87

He When to the Movies by Himself (page 87)

Imyself

Youyourself

He himself

Sheherself

Ititself

We ourselves

Youyourselves

Theythemselves

A.What did John do yesterday?

B.He went to the movies.

A.Oh. Who did he go to the movies with?

B.Nobody. He went to the movies by himself.


Page 87

Page 87

1.Aunt Ethel

go to the circus

A.What did Aunt Ethel do yesterday?

B.She went to the circus.

A.Oh. Who did she go to the circus with?

B.Nobody. She went to the circus by herself.


In class2

In class:

  • Side by Side

    • Page 87 #1-9


While clauses

While- Clauses

  • I lost my wallet while I was jogging through the park.

  • He cut himself while he was shaving.


While clauses1

While- Clauses

  • We use both when and while as subordinating conjunctions to introduce adverbial clauses of time.

  • They mean during the time that and indicate that something is or was happening when something else occurred:

    Example:

  • The prisoners escaped when / while the prison warders were eating their lunch.

  • When / While the prison warders were eating their lunch, the prisoners escaped.


While clauses2

While- Clauses

We often prefer while to when to describe the longer action of two events or to talk about two longer actions that go on simultaneously:

  • Dora left a message on the voice mail while I was asleep in the chair.

  • While I was writing my Christmas cards, the children were decorating the tree.

  • I cooked the supper while Jenny did the ironing.


I had a bad day today page 88

I Had a Bad Day Todaypage 88

  • While

    A.You look upset.

    B.I had a bad day today.

    A.Why? What happened?

    B.I lost my wallet while I was jogging through the park.

    A.I’m sorry to hear that.


Continue

Continue:

A.Henry looks upset.

B.He had a bad day today.

A.Why? What happened?

B.He cut himself while he was shaving.

A.I’m sorry to hear that.


Past continuous tense reflexive pronouns while clauses

p. 88

  • You

    hurt myself

    fixing my fence

  • You look upset.

  • I had a bad day today.

  • A.Why? What happened?

  • B.I hurt myself while I was fixing my fence.

  • I’m sorry to hear that.


In class3

In class:

  • SbS pages 88-89 #1-9 & How About You?


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