Unit1 Present Simple Munkhtsogt


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Unit1 Present Simple Munkhtsogt

  1. 1. Present Simple Present continues Linking ideas<br />B.Munkhtsogt<br />
  2. 2. Present Simple<br />Facts and permanent states- Бодит үнэн бас байнгын байршил<br />Truth or laws of nature- үнэн болон байгалын хууль<br />Habits and routines( whit, always, usually, etc)- зан заншил бас тогтсон хэв журам<br />Timetables/ programs (whit a future meaning)- цагийн хуваарь, хөтөлбөр<br />Feelings and Emotions- сэтгэлийн хөдөлгөөн<br />
  3. 3. Present Simple<br />James lives in Denver.<br />The temperature here falls below zero in the winter.<br />She always gets up at 8 o’clock.<br />The train for Madrid leaves at 10.10 on Monday.<br />I like football.<br />
  4. 4. Present Simple<br />Time expressions used with Present Simple: every day/ month/ year, usually, sometimes, always, never, often, on Monday, on the evening/morning, etc<br />Present Simple цагийг хэрэглэх: өдөр болгон/ сар/ жил, гол төлөв, заримдаа, үргэлж, хэзээ ч, байн байн, Даваа гариг, үдэш, өглөө, гэх мэт.<br />
  5. 5. Exam:<br />Her new perfume …… (smell) like spring flowers.<br />
  6. 6. Her new perfume smells like spring flowers.<br />
  7. 7. She speaks French but she ……. (come) from Spain.<br />
  8. 8. She speaks French but she comes from Spain.<br />
  9. 9. Present continuous<br />to be + verb –ing<br />Temporary situations- түр зуурын байдаль төлөв<br />Actions happening how but now necessarily at the moment of speaking- <br />Fixed arrangements in the near future- <br />
  10. 10. Present continuous<br />Time expressions used with Present continuous: now, at the moment, at present, nowadays, today, this month,this week, tonight, always, still, etc. <br />Present Simple цагийг хэрэглэх: яг одоо, бэлэглэх, өнөөгийн, өнөөдөр, тэр сар, тэр 7 хоног, өнөө шөнө, үргэлж, <br />
  11. 11. Present continuous<br />I am painting the house this week.<br />Jessica is reading a book about animals.<br />I am going to my doctor this afternoon.<br />
  12. 12. Present continuous<br />Verbs that are normally not used in the continuous tenses.<br />Verbs of the senses: hear, see, smell, taste, sound, feel, seem, appear, look(=seem), etc.<br /> The soup tastes salty.<br />Verbs expressing feelings and emotions: love, like, desire, prefer, dislike, detest, hate, enjoy, want, etc. <br /> I want go to the cinema tonight.<br />Other verbs such as: agree, believe, suppose, understand, forget, know, remember, think, belong, own, possess, have, want, need, etc.<br /> I always forget your phone number.<br />
  13. 13. Some of the above verbs can be used in the continuous tenses. Note, however, the difference in meaning.<br />THINK<br /><ul><li>I think you work too hard.
  14. 14. What are you thinking about? I am thinking about whether I should go to university. (=am considering)</li></ul>SEE<br /><ul><li>I see his point but I don’t agree with him(=understand)
  15. 15. The president is seeing the company’s directors tomorrow morning. (=meeting)</li></li></ul><li>Some of the above verbs can be used in the continuous tenses. Note, however, the difference in meaning.<br />Have <br /><ul><li>He has two cars. (=owns, possesses)
  16. 16. I’m having breakfast. (=am eating)
  17. 17. I’m having a shower. (=am taking)</li></ul>SMELL<br />- It smells awful in here. (=it has the smell of)<br /><ul><li>Why are you smelling the cheese? Should we throw it away? (=are you checking its smell?)</li></ul>TASTE<br /><ul><li>The spaghetti sauce tastes delicious.(= it was a wonderful taste)
  18. 18. I am tasting the rice to see if it’s ready. (= am testing its flavor)</li></li></ul><li>Exam<br />You haven&apos;t said a word. What ……. (think) about?<br />
  19. 19. You haven&apos;t said a word. What do you thinking about?<br />
  20. 20. Liking ideas<br />When you describe people’s character, you can include positive and negative qualities.<br />When you talk about negative qualities, you can use the expressions in bold. He tends to/can be aggressive at times. He is often aggressive. Look at the ways you can join the sentences.<br />Similar qualities<br />She is friendly. She is polite.<br />She is friendly and(also) polite.<br />She is friendly and polite as well.<br />Opposing qualities<br />He is helpful. He can be arrogant at times.<br /> He is helpful but he can be arrogant at times.<br /> he is helpful. On the other hand/However, he tends to be arrogant at times.<br />
  21. 21. Liking ideas(for similar or opposing ideas)<br /> -To link similar ideas, we can use: also, furthermore, in additions, moreover, etc. <br />e.g. By the year 2050 we will have started using cleaner forms of energy. In addition, we will have discovered a way to get rid of rubbish with out damaging the environment.<br />
  22. 22. Liking ideas(for similar or opposing ideas)<br />-To link opposing ideas, we can use: however, but, on the other hand although, etc.<br />e.g. By the year 2050 we will have started using cleaner forms of energy. On the other hand, the rivers, likes and seas will have become too dirty.<br />
  23. 23. Exam <br />Our grandmother is caring.<br />She is patient. (as well)<br />Our grandmother is caring and patient as well<br />
  24. 24. She is friendly.<br />She can be rude at times.(but)<br />She is friendly but she can be rude at times.<br />
  25. 25. Thank you<br />