Regular verbs webquest

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  • Hey my friend,

    Your slide presentation is interesting. You present an usel tool to practice writing rules for the simple past in regular verbs.
    In my oppinion, you should include resources as on-line dictionaries. Besides, in your task it was imposible for me to find the botton 'check' and, I don´t figure out how would it works.

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  • Falta especificar los recursos y los valores de evaluacion!
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  • 1. REGULAR VERBSWEBQUEST BY HERNAN PEREZ
  • 2. REGULAR VERBS TASK PROCESSINTRODUCTION
  • 3. INTRODUCTION Today, we are going to review the regular verbs starting with A, enjoy, learn, and practice.HOME
  • 4. TASK Fill in the gaps with the Past Simple of the verbs in brackets. Fill in all the gaps, then press "Check" to check your answers. Use the "Hint" button to get a free letter if an answer is giving you trouble. Note that you will lose points if you ask for hints! 1. Yesterday my team ____________very well. (PLAY) 2. Her brother _________________ ten minutes later. (ARRIVE) 3. John and Mark _______________ camping. (LOVE) They ________________ at the camp site for a week. (STAY) 4. My father ________________ my mother 25 years ago. (MARRY) 5. He ________________ the exercise very well. (EXPLAIN)HOME
  • 5. PROCESS Selling Rules For Regular Verbs Most regular verbs simply add -ed and -ing to the simple form (base form). Examples: Listen listened listening Work worked working If a verb ends in a single vowel followed by a single consonant (VC), and the vowel has a strong stress, the final consonant is doubled before adding -ed or - ing. [Note: All words of one syllable have a strong stress on the vowel.] Examples: Stop stopped stoppingHOME NEXT
  • 6. PROCESS In the case of verbs that end in -e, we only add -d to form the past tense, and we omit the -e before adding -ing. Examples: grate grated grating Hope hoped hopingHOME NEXT
  • 7. PROCESS There are two rules for verbs that end in -y: a. If the verb ends in a vowel plus y (Vy), we simply add -s, -ed, or -ing. Example: Play plays played playing b. If the verb ends in a consonant plus y (Cy), we change the y to i and add -es or - ed. In the case of -ing, we do not change the y. Example: study studies studied studyingHOME NEXT
  • 8. PROCESS Verbs that end in w, x, or y do not double the final consonant. Examples: box boxed boxing tow towed towingHOME ASSESMENT
  • 9. ASSESMENT 1. Identify regular verbs rules. 2. Practice simple past using regular verbs. 3. Learn some regular verbs.HOME