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Using Verbs Correctly

Using Verbs Correctly

Using Verbs Correctly. English 10A – Chapter 18. Principal Parts of Verbs. 1. Base form 2. Present participle 3. Past 4. Past participle. Regular verbs. Key concept : Regular verbs generally form past and past participle by adding –d or – ed to the base form

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Present Perfect Tense Revision

Present Perfect Tense Revision

Present Perfect Tense Revision. 李隽 Kate. Listen to the song and complete the lyrics.( 听歌填歌词 ). _____ you ever _____ somebody so much ? It makes you cry.

By Lucy
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Present Perfect

Present Perfect

Present Perfect. Present Perfect: affirmative. Present Perfect: negative. Present Perfect: interrogative. Past participle : Regular verbs: verb + -ed: worked – played - waited Irregular verbs: 3ª columna: give - gave - given buy - bought - bought.

By benjamin
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Inflection and Word Formation in ELT

Inflection and Word Formation in ELT

Inflection and Word Formation in ELT. The Coursebook Family. A brief overview on exercises concerning inflection and word formation. Pearson – Longman's New Opportunities Beginner Elementary Pre-Intermediate Intermediate Upper-Intermediate. 1) Beginner 1/7.

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Verb Tenses

Verb Tenses

Verb Tenses. Explanation. When writing, it is important to be consistent in verb tense usage. There are three basic forms of verb tenses: past, present, and future. Simple and Perfect forms of these verbs are also used. Simple and Perfect Forms.

By jendayi
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Present, Past, and Future Tense PRESENT: I talk.

Present, Past, and Future Tense PRESENT: I talk.

Present, Past, and Future Tense PRESENT: I talk. Talk is the present tense of the verb. It shows I talk now. PAST: I talked Talked is the past tense of the verb. It shows I talked in the past I will talk tomorrow.

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Mysterious Lochness Present Perfect

Mysterious Lochness Present Perfect

Mysterious Lochness Present Perfect. 1. Present Perfect. Read the situation and make a sentence using the word from the brackets. Tom is looking for his key. He can’t find it. (lose). Tom has lost his key. 2. Present Perfect. Read the situation and make a sentence using the word from

By palti
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Past Participles Present Perfect Pluperfect Passive Voice

Past Participles Present Perfect Pluperfect Passive Voice

Past Participles Present Perfect Pluperfect Passive Voice. What is a past participle?. A past participle may be An adjective a closed door Part of a verb phrase we have closed she has written. What is a past participle?. In English, some end in –ed opened, painted, talked

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Past Perfect (Pluperfect)

Past Perfect (Pluperfect)

Past Perfect (Pluperfect). The past perfect isn’t hard to explain, but we don’t always use it when we should. The past perfect (also called “pluperfect”) is the past of the past. Juan had already eaten when we arrived.

By ashton
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VERB TENSES

VERB TENSES

VERB TENSES. Simple Present Tom studies every day. Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat Sun. Simple Past. Tom studied last night. Simple Future. Tom will study tomorrow. Present Progressive. Tom is studying right now. Past Progressive.

By sal
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Let me tell you about...

Let me tell you about...

Let me tell you about. Let me tell you about. The Present Perfect. (De Voltooid Tegenwoordige Tijd). Let me tell you about. The Present Perfect. De PRESENT PERFECT wordt gevormd door:. have/has. +. voltooid deelwoord. I have You have He has She has It has We have You have

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Verbal categories

Verbal categories

Verbal categories. Holger Diessel University of Jena holger.diessel @uni-jena.de http://www.holger-diessel.de/. Valency. Intransitive verbs Transitive verbs Ditransitive verbs. Verbal categories. tense aspect mood. Tense. past. present. future. Absolute tense

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SEDAT ÇETİN ELT-1 1090610140 PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSE

SEDAT ÇETİN ELT-1 1090610140 PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSE

SEDAT ÇETİN ELT-1 1090610140 PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSE. Alternative Form: Sbj+have/has+verb+been+ing+obj Exp: They have been studying for exactly three hours Negative Form: Sbj+haven’t/hasn’t+verb+been+ing+obj Exp: She hasn’t been working since she came home

By thom
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Parts of Speech

Parts of Speech

Parts of Speech. Nouns Adverbs Pronouns Conjunctions Verbs Prepositions Adjectives Interjections All parts of speech are determined by how the word FUNCTIONS within a sentence. Noun. Traditional definition: a word that names a person, place, thing , or idea. Noun.

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To have/get something done

To have/get something done

To have/get something done. Aims: to learn and practice the use of causative (have sth done). Key words p. 52&55. amusing = zabavan clever = pametan, domisljat offensive = uvredljiv serious = ozbiljan shocking = sokantan tasteless = neukusan attractive = privlacan awful = grozan

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Present Perfect

Present Perfect

Present Perfect. We use the present perfect to talk about :  Unfinished actions or states that started in the past and continue up to the present : I ’ve lived in Braga for twenty years .  Life experiences with unspecified dates:

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AULAS 7 e 8 - PASSIVE VOICE

AULAS 7 e 8 - PASSIVE VOICE

AULAS 7 e 8 - PASSIVE VOICE. PASSIVE VOICE A) Use of Passive Passive voice is used when the focus is on the action . It is not important or not known, however, who or what is performing the action. Example: My bike was stolen.

By tillie
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Present Simple Present Continuous or Progressive

Present Simple Present Continuous or Progressive

Present Simple Present Continuous or Progressive. Cuckoos ( not build ) nests. They ( use ) the nests of other birds. 2. You can’t see Tom now: he ( have ) a bath. 3. He usually ( drink ) coffee but today he ( drink ) tea.

By dezso
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English 10

English 10

English 10. Meeting 10. Misplaced & Dangling Modifiers. Confusing position Nearly the salesperson sold the used car … Fix: rearrange word Dangling/Awkward position While fixing the car, the dog barked continuously. Fix: Add a subject/verb to the phrase, OR rearrange the words.

By stedman
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Twenty Questions

Twenty Questions

Twenty Questions . The Present Perfect. Twenty Questions. 1. Do we use the Present Perfect to introduce experiences we have/haven’t had?. Yes ! I have been to New York. (I’ve been to New York) I have never eaten sushi. (I’ve never eaten sushi).

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