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Grammar . Tenses 02/16/14. Objective . Identifying tenses Creating sentences with different forms of tenses . Warm-up. List examples or anything you know about adverbs of frequency . Present Perfect (pg-14). Used to talk about finished actions or events

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grammar

Grammar

Tenses 02/16/14

objective
Objective
  • Identifying tenses
  • Creating sentences with different forms of tenses
warm up
Warm-up
  • List examples or anything you know about adverbs of frequency
present perfect pg 14
Present Perfect (pg-14)
  • Used to talk about finished actions or events
    • To give news in reports, letters, and conversations
    • Used to talk about past events
    • Used to talk about actions that started in the past and have continued up to this moment
    • Used to talk about actions that started in the past and have just finished
present perfect practice pg 14
Present Perfect Practice (pg-14)
  • Is often used with ever, never, yet, already, just, so far, since, and for
  • Example:
                  • two trains have crashed this morning
                  • I have bought a new pair of slippers
                  • Sam has been to Paris twice
                  • We have met the President and talked to him
exercises pg 15
Exercises (pg-15)
  • Yet and already are often used with present perfect tense
    • Compete 1&2 exercise 1
    • Compete 2&3 exercise 2
homework
Homework
  • Pg- 16-17
    • Exercise 3, #1&2
    • Exercise 4. #1&2
    • Exercise 5. #1&2
simple present tense pg 21
Simple Present Tense (pg-21)
  • Used to talk about things which happen repeatedly, every day, all the time, or any time
  • Used in commentaries on sports games
  • Used to talking about what someone is doing and in step by stem instructions
  • Used to express a fact
  • Adverbs of frequency are usually used with the simple present tense ( before the main verb o after a form of verb be)
    • Always, usually, regularly, normally, often, sometimes, occasionally, rarely, and never
    • EX: he usually comes late or he is never late
examples pg 21
Examples (pg-21)
  • The teachers have a meeting once a week
  • Tom rides his bicycle to school
  • The moon is nearer to the earth than the sun

Negative form

  • The teachers DO NOT have a meeting once a week
  • Tom DOES NOT ride his bicycle to school
  • The sun IS NOT nearer to the earth than the moon
the adverbs pg 22
The adverbs (pg-22)
  • Often, usually, sometimes and occasionally can go at the beginning of the sentence
    • Ex: sometimes I go swimming. or Often we surf the internet.

Sometimes these adverbs are placed at the end of the sentence

ex: we read books occasionally.

(note: the adverbs hardly, scarcely never, rarely, and seldom are not used with negative verbs.EX: he has never eaten chocolate. NOT, he has not ever…)

adverbs of frequency
Adverbs of frequency
  • Take a a couple minutes and read the chart on page 22
exercises
Exercises
  • Exercise 3 pg-23, complete 1 & 2
  • Exercise 4 pg-24, complete 3&4

Homework:

  • Pg-25, grammar writing
present continuous
Present continuous
  • Used to talk about actions and situations that are already going on at the moment of speaking (EX: Ben is playing chess.)
  • Used to talk about future happenings (Ex: I’m leaving soon.)
  • Used to talk about changing situations (Ex: It’s getting better everyday.)
  • Always, constantly, and forever are used to talk about things that often happen unexpectedly or annoyingly ( Ex: She is always making noises.)
  • Verbs such as, like, believe contain, remember, know, weigh, etc. are not normally used in the continuous tense (Ex: He likes his work. The teacher knows the answers)
exercises1
Exercises
  • Pg-27 Exercise 1. # 1,2,3
  • Pg-27. Exercise 2, # 1,2,3
  • Pg-28. Exercise 3, #1,2,3
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