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Grammar Pictures

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Learners of English review verb tenses by writing original sentences to describe images. The objective is to compose sentences in multiple tenses.

Learners of English review verb tenses by writing original sentences to describe images. The objective is to compose sentences in multiple tenses.

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  • 1. GrammarPictures
  • 2. Grammar Pictures• You will work in pairs.• You and a partner will write four sentencesabout each picture.• You will write in these tenses:– Past tense– Present tense– Future tense– You choose the 4th tense.
  • 3. Grammar Pictures• You will answer questions.• You will write in different tenses.• Now, let’s look at examples.
  • 4. Coyote and Road RunnerPast Tense• What do you think mayhave happened?
  • 5. Coyote and Road RunnerPast Tense• What do you think mayhave happened?• The coyote bought a littlerocket.
  • 6. Coyote and Road RunnerPresent Tense• What could be happeningnow?
  • 7. Coyote and Road RunnerPresent Tense• What could be happeningnow?• The coyote chases the roadrunner.
  • 8. Coyote and Road RunnerFuture Tense• What might happen next?
  • 9. Coyote and Road RunnerFuture Tense• What might happen next?• The road runner is going toget away in the desert.• The coyote will not eat theroad runner.
  • 10. Grammar Pictures• Remember, you will write in these tenses:– Past tense• What do you think may have happened?– Present tense• What could be happening now?– Future tense• What might happen next?– You choose the 4th tense.
  • 11. Coyote and Road Runner• The coyote and road runnerare an unfriendly PAIR.• You will work in friendlypairs.• Now, look at the firstpicture.
  • 12. Austin, Texas
  • 13. Boston Marathon
  • 14. Mountain goats in Glacier National Park
  • 15. Fishing on the Mississippi River
  • 16. Tubing on the Chattahoochee River• Word Box• Tubing (verb)• Tubes (noun)• bridge
  • 17. San Diego Zoo: giraffes
  • 18. National Zoo: PandasWashington, DC
  • 19. Word BoxTigerOwlSnakePandaAtlanta, GA
  • 20. Daniel Day Lewis as Abraham Lincoln
  • 21. Leonardo DiCaprio & Cary Mulligan
  • 22. Word BoxCanoeSwampPaddleWater lilies
  • 23. Man of Steel
  • 24. GrammarPictures