Book - Mr.Aphithak

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Book - Mr.Aphithak

  1. 1. reindeer
  2. 2. sled
  3. 3. lodge
  4. 4. Past Simple Tense The Simple Past is used to talkabout actions or situations in the past. It is also calledPast Simple. Action finished in Action finished in Structurepast Structure the past the Series of completed Series of completed Subject + verb(past form) + object Subject + verb(past form) + object action in thepast action in the past The simple past The simple past interrupted an action interrupted an action which was in progress which was in progress
  5. 5. Action finished in Action finished in the past the past subje subje ct ctvisited Berlin last irregula irregula r verbs r verbs
  6. 6. Series of completedSeries of completed action in the past action in the past subje subje subje subje First I got up, ct ct ct ct then I had breakfast irregula irregula irregula irregula . r verbs r verbs r verbs r verbs
  7. 7. The simple past The simple pastinterrupted an action interrupted an actionwhich was in progresswhich was in progress in the irregula subje subje past in theirregula past r verbs r verbs ct ct They were pla ying cards when the telephone ran
  8. 8. •Make a group of 4•Students draw a picture in the jigsaw pieces•Students sequence the story and present infront of the class.
  9. 9. It was a beautiful December day, with It was a beautiful December day, withclear blue skies and snow-covered clear blue skies and snow-coveredtreetops. Christmas was in the air! But up treetops. Christmas was in the air! But up The usual hustle and bustle of preparing The usual hustle and bustle of preparingin Santa’s lodge, all was gone, for SantaChristmas lodge, all was quiet. for Santa in Santa’s presents was gone, Christmas presents was quiet.had fallen ill. “Oh dear, what will the had fallen ill. “Oh dear, what will thechildren say when they don’t receive children say when they don’t receivepresents this year?” Santa wondered presents this year?” Santa wonderedsadly, as hehe heard a noise from outside. Suddenly, he heard a bed. from outside. sadly, as he lay on his noise Suddenly, lay on his bed. He looked out of the window and saw his He looked out of the window and saw his four reindeer standing patiently as usual. four reindeer standing patiently as usual. But they seemed quite out of breath, as if But they seemed quite out of breath, as if they had just finished a long trip. And as they had just finished a long trip. And as Santa took a closer look, he could not Santa took a closer look, he could not believe what he saw. believe what he saw.
  10. 10. For behind the reindeer was a long train For behind the reindeer was a long trainof sleds, carrying little children dressed in of sleds, carrying little children dressed inall sorts of colors. One by one, they all sorts of colors. One by one, theyhopped out onto the snow and headed hopped out onto the snow and headedtowards Santa’s lodge. the door. “Come towards Santa’s lodge. the door. “Come Soon came a knock on Soon came a knock onin!” Santa called out, for he was extremely in!” Santa called out, for he was extremelyIn came a little girl,curious. something soft in In came a little girl,curious. something soft in hugging huggingher arms. “I heard that you were sick, Mr. her arms. “I heard that you were sick, Mr.Santa,” She began. “So I’m giving you my teddy Santa,” She began. “So I’m giving you my teddybear, to keep you company.” “Why, thank you bear, to keep you company.” “Why, thank youThen Emma!” said Santa, forwithknew every childlittle Emma!” said Santa, for he the red package Then entered a young boy with knew every child little entered a young boy he the red packagein his arms. “We knew that you were ill, Papaby his arms. “We knew that you were ill, Papa in name. by name.Santa,” he said. “So my family knitted this quilt Santa,” he said. “So my family knitted this quiltfor you, to keep you warm in the winter days.” for you, to keep you warm in the winter days.”“Why, what a wonderful thought Paul!” beamed “Why, what a wonderful thought Paul!” beamed
  11. 11. And one by one the children came inAnd one by one the children came inthrough Santa’s door, each with a specialthrough Santa’s door, each with a specialgift towere cookies,well. socks, mittens, There wish Santa pies,gift towere cookies,well. socks, mittens, There wish Santa pies,books, jigsaw puzzles, and even a small books, jigsaw puzzles, and even a smallChristmas tree! “Christmas, delivered to my Christmas tree! “Christmas, delivered to mydoor step!” exclaimed Santa. “Come; let us all door step!” exclaimed Santa. “Come; let us all share these wonderful do youAnd he gathered “Santa, which present gifts.” like best?” Emma “Santa, which present do you like best?” Emmashare these wonderful gifts.” And he gatheredthe soon piped up. “My dearalittlecircle. Santa soon piped up. him in a big one,” the children around“My dear littlecircle. Santa children around him in big one,”replied, smiling. “It is the love and kindness that replied, smiling. “It is the love and kindness that each of you has showed me today that is the each of you has showed me today that is the best present of all.” He looked fondly at all the best present of all.” He looked fondly at all the “This, my little ones, is the true meaning “This, my eager ones,around him. meaning little faces is the true eager faces around him.of Christmas.” And with that, Santa giveof Christmas.” And with that, Santa giveeach of the children a big, warm holidayeach of the children a big, warm holidayhug.hug.
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