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  1. Progressive Forms and Perfect Tenses

  2. Progressive Forms • The present progressive form of a verb expresses action or a condition that is continuing in the present. • Althea is finishing her song. • The present progressive form consists of the helping verb am, are, oris and the present participle of the main verb.

  3. Progressive Forms Present Progressive Forms

  4. Progressive Forms • The past progressive form of a verb expresses action or a condition that was continuing at some time in the past. • We were watching a scary show. • The past progressive form consists of the helping verb was or were and the present participle.

  5. Progressive Forms • Past Progressive Forms

  6. Progressive Forms • Rewrite the sentence using the progressive form of the verb. If the verb is in the present tense, change it to the present progressive form. If the verb is in the past tense, change it to the past progressive form. .

  7. Using Progressive Forms • 1. Sean plays computer games. • 2. The horses trotted around the track. • 3. This machine worked yesterday. • 4. Serena hurried to her dance class. • 5. Harry and Sally take piano lessons.

  8. Using Progressive Forms • 1. Sean is playing computer games. • 2. The horses were trotting around the track. • 3. This machine was working yesterday. • 4. Serena was hurrying to her dance class. • 5. Harry and Sally are taking piano lessons.

  9. Using Progressive Forms • 6. The Ryans vacation at the beach. • 7. Sharon and Joel cleaned the garage. • 8. Courtney visits her grandmother. • 9. I watch television with my best friend. • 10. Billy typed a letter to his cousin.

  10. Using Progressive Forms • 6. The Ryans are vacationing at the beach. • 7. Sharon and Joel were cleaning the garage. • 8. Courtney is visiting her grandmother. • 9. I am watching television with my best friend. • 10. Billy was typing a letter to his cousin.

  11. Present Perfect and Past Perfect Tenses

  12. Present Perfect Tense • The present perfect tense of a verb expresses action that happened at an indefinite time in the past. The actor has rehearsed for many hours. Lori and Pam have watchedGrease five times.

  13. Present Perfect Tense • The present perfect tense consists of the helping verb have or has and the past participle of the main verb.

  14. Past Perfect Tense • The past perfect tense of a verb expresses action that happened before another action or event in the past. • The past perfect tense is often used in sentences that contain a past-tense verb in another part of the sentence. • The actors had rehearsed for many weeks. • We had just arrived when the play started.

  15. Past Perfect Tense • The past perfect tense of a verb consists of the helping verb had and the past participle of the main verb.

  16. Present Perfect and Past Perfect Tenses • Write the verb. Then write present perfect or past perfect to identify the tense. • 1. Harry has saved a hundred dollars for a new bike. • 2. The chef had decorated the wedding cake earlier in the day. • 3. I have wanted a camera of my own for a long time.

  17. Present Perfect and Past Perfect Tenses • 1. has saved, present perfect • 2. had decorated, past perfect • 3. have wanted, present perfect

  18. Present Perfect and Past Perfect Tenses • 4. Jerry has checked his spelling twice. • 5. You have mentioned your fabulous aunt Harriet many times. • 6. I had packed my lunch during the evening news. • 7. Kay and Ben have collected several hundred cans.

  19. Present Perfect and Past Perfect Tenses • 4. has checked, present perfect • 5. have mentioned, present perfect • 6. had packed, past perfect • 7. have collected, present perfect

  20. Present Perfect and Past Perfect Tenses • 8. Davis bunted on his last trip to the plate. • 9. Mitsuko has combed her hair three times. • 10. Around midnight the butler had locked all the doors and windows.

  21. Present Perfect and Past Perfect Tenses • 8. had bunted, past perfect • 9. has combed, present perfect • 10. had locked, past perfect