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  1. Welcome to ESL030 Jeopardy!

  2. with your host, Diane Stonebrink

  3. Today's first round categories are:

  4. Chapter 2 Past Time

  5. Chapter 4 Present Perfect

  6. Chapter 5 Asking Questions

  7. Chapter 6 Parts of Speech

  8. Chapter 10 Participial Adjectives

  9. Chapter 13 Gerunds & Infinitives

  10. Round 1 Round 2 Final Jeopardy Team 1 Team 2 Team 2 Team 4 Team 5 Team 6

  11. Scores Round 2 Final Jeopardy Past Time Present Perfect Participial Adjectives Asking Questions Gerunds & Infinitives Parts of Speech $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500

  12. $100 Make a simple past tense affirmative statement with: They / eat / pizza / yesterday

  13. $100 They ate pizza yesterday.

  14. $200 Make a simple past tense negative statement with: They / eat / pizza / yesterday

  15. $200 They didn’t eat pizza yesterday.

  16. $300 Make a simple past tense question with: They / eat / pizza / yesterday

  17. $300 Did they eat pizza yesterday?

  18. $400 Combine these using the simple past & past progressive verb tenses appropriately:while / they / eat / pizza / last night the telephone / ring

  19. $400 While they were eating pizza last night, the telephone rang.

  20. $500 Combine these using the simple past & past progressive verb tenses appropriately:I / fall asleep / last night while / I / study

  21. $500 I fell asleep while I was studying last night.

  22. $100 Make a present perfect affirmative statement with: I / live / Arizona / 6 years

  23. $100 I have lived in Arizona for 6 years.

  24. $200 Make a present perfect affirmative statement with: He / live / here / 2002

  25. $200 He has lived here since 2002.

  26. $300 Make a present perfect negative statement with: She / eat / never / pork

  27. $300 She has never eaten pork.

  28. $400 Make a present perfect progressive affirmative statement with: He / study / English / a long time

  29. $400 He has been studying English for a long time.

  30. $500 Make a present perfect question with: How long / you / be / married

  31. $200 How long have you been married?

  32. $100 Make a simple present question with: where / you / live

  33. $100 Where do you live?

  34. $200 Make a present progressive question with: where / you / go

  35. $200 Where are you going?

  36. $300 Make a simple past question with: what time / you / leave class

  37. $300 What time did you leave class?

  38. $400 Make a simple future question with: how many questions / the final exam/ have

  39. $400 How many questions will the final exam have?

  40. $500 Make a “be going to” future question with: you / study / all weekend

  41. $500 Are you going to study all weekend?

  42. $100 What is the subject in this sentence: The students reviewed their workbooks for the final exam.

  43. $100 students

  44. $200 What is the verb in this sentence: The students reviewed their workbooks for the final exam.

  45. $200 reviewed

  46. $300 What is the verbal (direct) object in this sentence: The students reviewed their workbooks for the final exam.

  47. $300 workbooks

  48. $400 What is the preposition in this sentence: The students reviewed their workbooks for the final exam.

  49. $400 for

  50. $500 What is the prepositional object in this sentence: The students reviewed their workbooks for the final exam.