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  1. Unit 5 : Daily Activities

  2. CONTENTS 5-1Form and basic meaning of the simple present tense 5-2Using frequency adverbs: always, usually, often,… 5-3Other frequency expressions 5-4Using frequency adverbs with be 5-5Spelling and pronunciation of final -es 5-6Adding final -s/-es to words that end in -y 5-7Irregular singular verbs: has, does, goes 5-8Spelling and pronunciation of final -s/-es 5-9The simple present: negative 5-10 The simple present: yes/no questions 5-11 The simple present: asking information questions with where 5-12The simple present: asking information questions with when… 5-13Summary: information questions with be and do

  3. 5-1 FORM AND BASIC MEANING OF THE SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE He walks.

  4. 5-1 FORM AND BASIC MEANING OF THE SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE SINGULARPLURAL we walk I walk 1st PERSON you walk you walk 2nd PERSON she walks he walks it walks they walk 3rd PERSON

  5. 5-1 FORM AND BASIC MEANING OF THE SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE (a) I eat lunch every afternoon. (b) Max drives to work every day. (c) We get upevery morning. (d) Kyle calls Mimi every weekend. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday HABITS = USUAL ACTIVITIES

  6. 5-1 Let’s Practice We _____ television every day. watch watches watch

  7. 5-1 Let’s Practice watches He _______ television every day. watch watches

  8. 5-1 Let’s Practice eat We ____ lunch at 12:00. eat eats

  9. 5-1 Let’s Practice Mike ____ a walk in the morning. takes take takes

  10. 5-1 Let’s Practice My friend ____ her horse every day. rides ride rides

  11. 5-2 USING FREQUENCY ADVERBS: ALWAYS, USUALLY, OFTEN, SOMETIMES, SELDOM, RARELY, NEVER They always drink tea with lunch.

  12. 5-2 USING FREQUENCY ADVERBS: ALWAYS, USUALLY, OFTEN, SOMETIMES, SELDOM, RARELY, NEVER (a) Mary alwayseats lunch at school. 100% (d) Tia sometimeseats lunch at school. 25%- 75% 0% (g) Jay nevergoesto the zoo. frequency adverbs

  13. 5-2 Let’s Practice always usually often sometimes seldom rarely never Talia _______ feeds her dog. always Thurs. Tues. Wed. Fri. Sat. Sun. Mon.       

  14. 5-2 Let’s Practice always usually often sometimes seldom rarely never Moussad _________ cooks dinner. sometimes Thurs. Tues. Wed. Fri. Sat. Sun. Mon.    

  15. 5-3 OTHER FREQUENCY EXPRESSIONS She goes to the library once a week.

  16. 5-3 OTHER FREQUENCY EXPRESSIONS once a week. twice a week. five times a week. (a) She goes to the library Thurs. Tues. Wed. Fri. Sat. Sun. Mon.      

  17. 5-3 OTHER FREQUENCY EXPRESSIONS (b) I go to school five times a week. (c) I go to the movies twice a month. (d) I go to the beach once a year. how many times a day a week a month a year

  18. 5-3 OTHER FREQUENCY EXPRESSIONS (e) I feed my dog every morning. Every is singular. I ride my horseevery week. I wash my carevery year. Correct? no every weeks

  19. 5-3 Let’s Practice How often do you drink coffee? Every morning.

  20. 5-3 Let’s Practice So you drink coffee? always sometimes never always Yes.

  21. 5-3 Let’s Practice I know. She drinks coffee. Mei doesn’t drink coffee. never sometimes never

  22. 5-3 Let’s Practice Does Dr. Aboud take a walk every day? No, he doesn’t .He walks five or six days a week.

  23. 5-4 USING FREQUENCY ADVERBS WITH BE Jeff is always dirty.

  24. 5-4 USING FREQUENCY ADVERBS WITH BE SUBJECT + BE + FREQUENCY ADVERB seldom usually never often rarely dirty. always sometimes Jeff +is+ am is+ are FREQUENCY ADVERB

  25. 5-4 USING FREQUENCY ADVERBS WITH BE SUBJECT +FREQUENCY+OTHER SIMPLE ADVERBPRESENT VERBS seldom + Mike sometimes usually rarely often never +ridesa bike. always all simple present verbs exceptbe frequency adverb+

  26. 5-4 Let’s Practice He is usually tired. ______________________________________

  27. 5-4 Let’s Practice Jeff is sad. never _________________________________________

  28. Lucy 5-4 Let’s Practice reads at the library. always

  29. 5-4 Let’s Practice It never rains in this desert.

  30. 5-5 SPELLING AND PRONUNCIATION OF FINAL -ES Jeff teaches math.

  31. 5-5 SPELLING AND PRONUNCIATION OF FINAL -ES SPELLING PRONUNCIATION pushes (a) push -sh push /əz/ teaches (b) teach -ch teach/əz/ kisses (c) kiss -ss kiss / z/ ə (d) fix fixes -x fix / z/ ə say /əz/ endings add -es

  32. 5-5 Let’s Practice miss Seung never ______ his TV program. misses

  33. 5-5 Let’s Practice teach Jeff _______ English. teaches

  34. 5-5 Let’s Practice wash washes Viktor always _______ his car.

  35. 5-5 Let’s Practice mix Ade usually ______ sugar in his coffee. mixes

  36. 5-6 ADDING FINAL -S / -ES TO WORDS THAT END IN -Y The baby cries a lot.

  37. 5-6 ADDING FINAL -S / -ES TO WORDS THAT END IN -Y consonant + -y change y to i, add -es (a) cry cries fly flies (b) pay pays vowel + -y add -s enjoy enjoys

  38. 5-6 Let’s Practice buy always Jan _________ too many things. alwaysbuys

  39. 5-6 Let’s Practice say always always says She __________ nice things.

  40. 5-6 Let’s Practice worry never Her father __________ about her. neverworries

  41. 3-7 IRREGULAR SINGULAR VERBS: HAS, DOES, GOES The man has a brown coat.

  42. 5-7 IRREGULAR SINGULAR VERBS: HAS, DOES, GOES Irregular forms: she he it (a) I have a hat. + has (b) She has a hat. have has she he it (c) I do exercises. (d) He does exercises. does + do does she he it (e) We go to the gym. (f) He goes to the gym. goes + go goes

  43. 5-7 Let’s Practice do does George ____ yoga every day. does

  44. 5-7 Let’s Practice go goes Zhou-li ______ for a walk on Sunday. goes

  45. 5-7 Let’s Practice have has She always ____ homework. has

  46. 5-8 SPELLING AND PRONUNCIATION OF FINAL -S / -ES She runs six miles every day.

  47. 5-8 SPELLING AND PRONUNCIATION OF FINAL -S / -ES SPELLING PRONUNCIATION (a) run runs rain -s as /z/ voiced rains scrub scrubs love loves 3rd person singularadd -s

  48. 5-8 SPELLING AND PRONUNCIATION OF FINAL -S I -ES SPELLING PRONUNCIATION (b) sink sinks meet -s as /s/ voiceless meets fight fights coughs cough 3rd person singularadd -s

  49. 5-8 SPELLING AND PRONUNCIATION OF FINAL -S I -ES SPELLING PRONUNCIATION (c) push pushes watch watches -es as /əz/ miss misses tax taxes -sh, -ch, -ss, -x 3rd person singular add-es

  50. 5-8 SPELLING AND PRONUNCIATION OF FINAL -S I -ES SPELLING PRONUNCIATION dries (d) dry study studies -es as /əz/ consonant +-y 3rd person singular change y to i, add -es