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  1. REVIEW1STTERM

  2. StativeandDynamicVerbs Stative verbs are verbs that express a state rather than an action. Stative verbs are usually not used in the progressive tenses. Examples: be, seem, love, own, want, sound, have, know, understand. Emily is sad. Examples sentences:  She is a great wife.  He seems rather strange.  He wanted to see you.  That sounds awesome!  We have enough things to do.

  3. Dynamic verbs are the opposite of stative verbs. They express a real action. Examples: Jump, swim, catch, write, call, sleep, hit, open, speak. John cries. Example sentences: They swam to the other side. She hit me on the head! Open the window, please. The dynamic verbs can be used in the progressive tenses. Correct: He is drinking water.

  4. 1. Actually, that (1)___________ (sound) wonderful. • 2. We (2)___________ (cook) right now. • 3. I (3)___________ (promise) to be back soon. • 4. Frank and his wife (4)___________ (disagree) on this matter. • 5. He (5)___________ (own) several large companies. • 6. (6)___________ you (7)___________ (hear) Richard's voice now? • 7. (8)___________ you (9)___________ (study) at the moment? • 8. I (10)___________ (mean) to hurt you. • 9. (11)___________ you (12)___________ (mind) taking out the garbage? • 10. I seriously ___________ (doubt) it.

  5. PresentPerfect X PastSimple Regular verbs : ed Irregular verbs: 2nd col Did/ didn’t PastSimple: • specified time in thepast • finishedaction in thepast cluewords: when, ago, yesterday ... PresentPerfect: • anaction.. began... past ...conti... • anunspecified time in thepast cluewords: since, ever ... have / has + 3rd col haven’t / hasn’t

  6. Complete the sentences with the verb in brackets in past simple or present perfect. 1. She loves Paris. She ..................... (be) there many times. 2. Bill ....................... (work) in that company for 3 years. (He still works there). 3. They ....................... (go) to London on holiday last summer. 4. I ....................... (read) that book. It´s good. 5. His parents ....................... (be) here yesterday. 6. They ....................... (go) to Germany when he ....................... (be) only 4. 7. ........... you ......... (watch) any film last night? 8. I ....................... (have) a couple of toasts for breakfast this morning. 9. He ....................... (live) in Rome since he was a teenager. 10. The house looks different. .......... you .............. (paint) it? 11. I ....................... (not see) you in class last Friday. 12. Shakespeare ....................... (write) over one hundred sonnets.

  7. PresentPeferctContinous * totalkaboutdurationwith FOR, SINCEandHOW LONG. * to explaintheresultofanactivitythathasjustfinished. HAVE / HAS + BEEN + VERB ( ING). Howlonghaveyoubeen living here? I’vebeen living here for 3 years. I’vebeen living heresince 2011.

  8. Put the verbs into the Present Perfect Continuous 1. She (study) French for 5 years. 2. Peter (live) here since 1989. 3. She (teach) our class for two years. 4. How long you (wait) here? 5. It (rain) every day this month. 6. It (snow) for 5 days, 7. Mr Brown (work) in this office for 2 years. 8. Peter (stay) with us since 1980. 9. Helen (attend) this class for two years. 10. I (smoke) since 1985.

  9. Future Continuous • The future continuous tense is used for activities that will be in progress at a point of time. WILL + BE+ ING I’llbestuydingtomorrowmorning. I won’tbeusingthecomputer.

  10. Whatwillyoubedoing ...?

  11. Future Perfect The future perfect tense is used for an action that will be finished before a stated future time. In other words; it is used when you talk about the past in the future. WILL + HAVE + 3rd col. Examples: I will have finished by 10 am. I will have sung by this time tomorrow.

  12. Form the questions by using future perfect and ask them to your partner. 1. How many new words you / learn by the end of the week? 2. you / read any books by the end of the month? 3. What places you / visit by this time next year? 4. How many new buildings / be built in your city by 2021? 5. you do/ bytheendoftheweek?

  13. FIRST CONDITIONAL • future possibility • offer • warning

  14. a. We will ________(pass) the examination if we study hard. b. If you ________ (go) to see this film, you will have a good time. c. If he ________ (play) sport, he will live longer. d. She ________ (not be) an architect if she doesn’t go to university. e. They ________ (ring) us if we give them our phone number. f. If we ________ (not solve) the problem, we won’t get the prize.

  15. POSSIBILITY Could, mayandmightexpresspossibility. Likeall modal verbs, they are followedbytheinifitivewithoutto. Wemight go tothe zoo tomorrow. Wemay move to a new place. Some animalscouldbecomeextinct.

  16. Come upwithsentencesusing MAY, MIGHTorCOULD. • teacher • doctor

  17. SecondConditional If I hadmoney, I wouldbuy a car. We use thesecondconditionaltotalkaboutUNREALSITUATION. IF + SIMPLEPAST / WOULD ....