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  • 1. ECCE-PREPARATION 2009
  • 2. READING SKILLS
    • 1) Skimming
    • 2) Scanning
      • 1.1 – to read something quickly to find the main facts or ideas in it
      • 2.2 – to read something quickly looking for some specific information
  • 3. THE PRESENT TENSES (SIMPLE/CONTINUOUS/PERFECT
    • An overview of Verb Tenses
  • 4. Label the following sentences. Use (ps):present simple/ (pc): present continuous and (pp): present perfect
  • 5. 1) They have broken their mother’s favorite vase. ( ) 2) She teaches Monday through Saturday. ( ) 3) He always decides what to do with the children during vacations. 4) They are answering their emails right now.
  • 6. 5) Has he finished his homework yet? ( ) 6) Mary is visiting her grandmother next weekend.( ) 7) They don’t know what to bring for the party.( ) 8) He ’s known his French teacher for 3 years.( )
  • 7. 9) They are always told what to wear for the meetings. ( ) 10) She ’s never been considered for that job.( ) 11) My father ’s always calling me late at night.( ) 12) The tests are still being corrected . Please be patient.( )
  • 8. Tense Usage * Match the tenses to their most common uses. 1) Simple Present 2) Present Continuous 3) Present Perfect
  • 9. ( ) Use this tense to describe actions taking place at/around the moment of speaking. ( ) Use this tense to refer to actions which started in the past and continue up to the present. ( ) Use this tense to describe habitual actions/routines and general truths.