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Linking words

  1. 1. Serendipity <br />What is it?<br />
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  3. 3. Can you think about any example of Serendipity? <br />
  4. 4. Columbus: myth and reality<br />Columbus set out to prove that the earth was round.<br />Columbus began his journey in order to win glory and riches.<br />The crew of the three ships on the voyage of discovery was made up mainly of criminals.<br />There is no doubt that Columbus was of Italian descent.<br />Columbus died in poverty, in chains, in a Spanish prison.<br />No women traveled to the New World with Columbus.<br />TRUE <br />or<br />FALSE<br />
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  6. 6. The Past Perfect<br />This tense describes completed events that took place in the past before another past event.<br />it hit<br />my friend stopped by<br />had received<br />had eaten<br />The Titanic had received many warnings before it hit the iceberg.<br />I had already eaten when my friend stopped by to visit.<br />
  7. 7. Before the time referred to in the simple past.<br />The past perfect is often used to give an explanation for something:<br />E.g. Why did the King and Queen apologize to Columbus? <br />Because there had been a mistake.<br />Its use<br />
  8. 8. Past Perfect Progressive<br />This tense is used to emphasize the duration of an action that was completed before another action or event in the past.<br />had been driving<br />she found the right office<br />She had been driving around the city for three hours before she finally found the right office.<br />
  9. 9. PAST PERFECT AND PAST PERFECT PROGRESSIVE<br />They are used to refer back to something that happened earlier. <br />They are often used in narratives and often used with connectors like after and before. <br />
  10. 10. Linkingwords<br />
  11. 11. Suddendly<br />While<br />Luckily<br />Also<br />In addition<br />As soon as<br />Eventually<br />ALTOUGH<br />When<br />Fortunately<br />Because<br />Too<br />In theend<br />Later<br />
  12. 12. Time Links <br />While<br />Suddendly<br />Afterthat<br />In addition<br />As soon as<br />As soon as<br />Also<br />Eventually<br />Eventually<br />ALTOUGH<br />In theend<br />Later<br />Later<br />When<br />Because<br />When<br />Too<br />While<br />In theend<br />Fortunately<br />Luckily<br />
  13. 13. And-type links <br />While<br />Suddendly<br />Either…or<br />Neither…nor<br />and<br />In addition<br />As soon as<br />Also<br />Eventually<br />ALTOUGH<br />Also<br />Later<br />When<br />Because<br />In addition<br />Too<br />Too<br />In theend<br />Fortunately<br />Luckily<br />
  14. 14. But-type links<br />While<br />Suddendly<br />but<br />unless<br />In addition<br />As soon as<br />Also<br />Eventually<br />ALTOUGH<br />ALTOUGH<br />Later<br />When<br />Because<br />Too<br />In theend<br />Fortunately<br />Luckily<br />
  15. 15. Cause and result links <br />While<br />Suddendly<br />so<br />In addition<br />As soon as<br />Because<br />Also<br />Eventually<br />ALTOUGH<br />Later<br />When<br />Because<br />Too<br />In theend<br />Fortunately<br />Luckily<br />
  16. 16. Feelings and attitudes<br />While<br />Suddendly<br />Unfortunately<br />In addition<br />As soon as<br />Fortunately<br />Also<br />Eventually<br />Luckily<br />ALTOUGH<br />Suddendly<br />Later<br />When<br />Because<br />Too<br />In theend<br />Fortunately<br />Luckily<br />
  17. 17. http://www.english-at-home.com/grammar/linking-words/<br />Visit…<br />
  18. 18. http://www.tolearnenglish.com/cgi2/myexam/liaison.php?liaison=_connecteur_<br />http://www.learn-english-today.com/wordgames/hotpot-quizzes/linking-words1.html<br />Let’s practice<br />
  19. 19. Visit this web page and write a story or a text in which you use at least one example of each of the headings:<br />Giving examples<br />Adding information<br />Summarizing <br />Sequencing ideas<br />Giving a reason <br />Giving a result<br />Contrasting ideas<br />Homework<br />

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