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Example Paragraph

Example Paragraph

Example Paragraph. Unit 3. Writers use examples to help readers understand what they mean. A good example supports a more general idea with something specific. Writers use examples as supporting details. Read exercise 3 –page 56 Vocab exercise 5 page 54

By alia
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Present Perfect with 			Already and yet By: Buthaina Al Othman

Present Perfect with Already and yet By: Buthaina Al Othman

(a) I’ve already eaten. (b) I haven’t eaten yet. (c) Have you eaten yet? (d) Have you eaten already? OR (e) Have you already eaten?. Use already to show that an event was completed earlier. Use yet when an event has not been completed.

By ryder
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THE PRESENT SIMPLE

THE PRESENT SIMPLE

THE PRESENT SIMPLE. AFFIRMATIVE STATEMENTS. Ordinary verbs follow the SHIT rule : Third person singular SHE / HE / IT → infinitive + s → e.g. “He works . ”. POSSESSION ( BEZIT ). ‘ to have’ & ‘have got ’ the verb ‘have got ’ is not used in fixed expressions :

By guy
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STATEMENTS

STATEMENTS

STATEMENTS. affirmative statements. Unit 10 Chores and bores. negative statements. practice. PRESENT PERFECT AND PAST TENSE: Affirmative statements. grammar. unit. 10. Examples. STATEMENTS. affirmative statements. I ’ve (already) watched that movie.

By nira
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Chapter 2 : Looking at Learning Topic 1 – Auxiliary Verbs ( 조동사 )

Chapter 2 : Looking at Learning Topic 1 – Auxiliary Verbs ( 조동사 )

Chapter 2 : Looking at Learning Topic 1 – Auxiliary Verbs ( 조동사 ). 12002060 임요섭 09002024 문영훈. What is auxiliary verb?.

By ellery
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The Present T enses

The Present T enses

The Present T enses. Simple Present and Present Continuous. Simple Present. We form affirmative statements with a subject and a verb or a verb + -s or –es I like tennis Mary likes tennis. We use the auxiliary verbs do/does to form negative statements, questions and short answers

By kiona
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Using chants and songs in the classroom

Using chants and songs in the classroom

Using chants and songs in the classroom. Session aims. Why use chants and songs? Introduce different examples of songs and chants for classroom use Focus on chants and pronunciation Focus on songs and listening. Children learn languages through….

By tait
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General Education Office

General Education Office

General Education Office. LA.121 / LA1301 English 1 Review Unit 1 - Greetings and Small Talk. Grammar: Present Perfect. Use the present perfect to talk about an indefinite time in the past. Use the past simple to talk about a definite or specific time.

By olina
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early.

early.

Affirmative statements. I. get. up. early. I. check. my. e-mail. My husband and I. get. up. late. We. get. up. late. Alex and his wife. read. the newspaper. They. read. the newspaper. Affirmative statements. I. I. check. check. my. my. e-mail. e-mail. Greg. s. his.

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