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Early Bird. Frequent mistakes. Some English words do not form the plural by adding an “S”. They have got an specific form. For example: One person Two PEOPLE. Irregular plurals. Person is always singular. A person is studying. A person studies.
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Early Bird Frequent mistakes
Some English words do not form the plural by adding an “S”. They have got an specific form. For example: One person Two PEOPLE Irregular plurals.
Personis always singular. A person is studying. A person studies. It works like an ordinary 3rd person singular People are always plural. People are studying People study. It works like THEY PERSON/ PEOPLE
One child One kid Four children Four kids CHILD/ CHILDREN
CAPITAL LETTERS In English we ALWAYS write in capital letters: • The 1st person singular: I • Languages: Basque, Italian, English, Spanish… • The days of the week: Monday, Tuesday… • The months: October, November…
Introducing the task Useful sentences: • “I’m going to speak about…” • “I’m going to talk about…” • “I’m going to explain…”
Present Simple: 3rd person sing. • Remember to check your task before sending it. • Look for these subjects: HE, SHE, IT. And check that you have added an “S” to the verb. • When you are describing a game or activity, use the PS.
Subject pronouns: He She 3rd person singular: PRONOUNS.
Object Pronouns Him “Give him the present” Possessive Pronouns His “These are his keys” Her “Give her the present” Her “These are her keys”
The years • In English you don’t HAVE years, you ARE the years. I’m 29 years old. She is 15 years old. • You can also say: A 9 year-old child.
Play is a verb Game is a noun PLAY & GAME“let’s play a game!”
Present Simple and Continuous • We use the Present Simple to describe actions • We use the Present Continuous to describe actions happening at the Of speaking: • To form the PS we need: • To form the PC we need: EVERYDAY MOMENT NOW SUBJECT + VERB HE/ SHE/ IT + VERB-S SUBJECT+ AM/ IS/ ARE+ VERB-ING
The negative & question: Present simple • To form the negative we follow this structure: To form the question we follow this structure: SUBJECT + DON’T+ VERB HE/ SHE/IT (3RD PERSON) + DOESN’T + VERB DO + SUBJECT+ VERB? DOES + HE/SHE/ IT (3RD PERSON) + VERB?
Present continuous • To form the negative we need the verb to be in the negative • To form the question we follow this structure ‘M NOT / AREN’T/ ISN’T AM/ IS / ARE + SUBJECT + VERB-ING?
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