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ESL GRAMMAR REVIEW

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  1. ESL GRAMMAR REVIEW F. WENTWORTH

  2. SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE USE FOR EVERY DAY, REPEATED ACTIONS.

  3. SIMPLE PRESENT

  4. DO I WALK ? DO YOU WALK ? DO WE WALK ? DO THEY WALK ? DOES HE WALK ? DOES SHE WALK? DOES IT WALK? QUESTIONS IN SIMPLE PRESENT

  5. I DON’T WALK. YOU DON’T WALK. WE DON’T WALK. THEY DON’T WALK. HE DOESN’T WALK. SHE DOESN’T WALK. IT DOESN’T WALK. NEGATIVE IN SIMPLE PRESENT

  6. SIMPLE PRESENT SPELLING CHANGES IN THIRD PERSON

  7. SPELLING CHANGES CONTINUED

  8. Simple Present Exercises • Exercise 1 • Exercise 2 • Exercise 3 • Exercise 4

  9. PRESENT CONTINUOUS • USE THIS FOR ACTIONS THAT ARE HAPPENING NOW.

  10. PRESENT CONTINUOUS

  11. WITH SOME VERBS YOU DON’T USE -ING • THESE ARE NON ACTION VERBS SUCH AS “BE” (IS, AM, ARE) • WHEN ‘HAVE’ MEANS OWNERSHIP • WHEN ‘THINK’ MEANS BELIEVE

  12. Practice Exercise • Simple Present and Present Continuous (also called Present Progressive) • Click here for the exercise.

  13. NON-ACTION VERBS • KNOW SEEM • UNDERSTAND APPEAR • SEE SMELL • HEAR THINK* • HAVE * BELIEVE • OWN WANT • NEED BE

  14. Simple Present vs. Continuous • Click here for extra practice:

  15. SIMPLE PAST-REGULAR

  16. SIMPLE PAST-IRREGULAR

  17. Simple Past Exercises • Exercise 1 • Exercise 2 • Exercise 3 • Exercise 4 • Exercise 5 • Exercise 6

  18. FUTURE TENSE WITH GOING TO • When we talk about our plan in the future we use: • Is • Am + going to + verb. • Are

  19. FUTURE WITH ‘GOING TO’

  20. Future with Going to • Exercise 1 • Exercise 2

  21. FUTURE WITH ‘WILL’ • USE THIS FOR PROMISES • INTENTIONS

  22. FUTURE WITH ‘WILL’

  23. Future with Will • Exercise 1 • Exercise 2

  24. MODALS • CAN • COULD • SHOULD • WOULD • MAY • MIGHT

  25. MODALS(Don’t use ‘to’ before the verb with modals)

  26. Modals Exercises • Exercise 1 • Exercise 2

  27. PRESENT PERFECT • Use the present perfect to talk about: • 1. Things that begin in the past and are still true now. • 2. Repeated events that happened in the past that could still happen in the future.

  28. PRESENT PERFECT

  29. PRESENT PERFECT • For irregular past participles check the third column of your irregular verb list. • I have been here for two years. • He has seen the Grand Canyon many times. For more on the present perfect see the Intermediate Advanced Grammar Power Point.