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  • 1. Hello! kids Today we are going to be writers.What kind of writers? Scriptwriters!!!
  • 2. First of all we need to check Vocabulary
    • We are going to make a brainstorming of verbs.You know we need to express actions
    • In order to check verbs you need to use, we are doing some exercises to know their meaning
  • 3.
    • A verb is one of the most important parts of the sentence.It tells the subjects actions, events or state of being.It is always found in the predicate of a sentence. A verb that shows action is called an action verb.
  • 4. The words are action verbs :
    • Cough run
    • jump sing
    • Ride show go
    • dance
  • 5. Can you find the action verb in each sentence?
    • The girls danced in the recital.
    • Our mailman drove a funny car last week.
    • His teacher wrote the answers on the board.
    • Alice worked on her homework last night.
  • 6. Present verbs
    • An action verb that describes an action that is happening now is called a present tense verb .
    • The bird flies through the sky
    • Flies is a present tense verb
    • because it is happening right now.
    • Flies is a present tense verb because
    • it is happening right now.
  • 7. Present tense verbs
    • Many present tense verbs end with s , but some end with es , or ies .
    sleep s splash es cr ies
  • 8. Past Verbs
    • Verbs which tell about actions which happened some time ago are past tense verbs .
    • The dog wanted a bone.
    • Wanted is a past tense verb
    • because the action has already happened.
  • 9. Past tense verbs
    • Many past tense verbs end with ed, but some end with d, or ied .
    • Clapped tried
    played
  • 10. :   I :Identify the verbs on the text and underline them
    • Her pace slowed and an ache spread from between her shoulders. Vapours swirled and banked; the light of on-coming headlights drained out of the car. [...] Sodium street lamps burned phosphorescent holes in the fog, but as she turned off Main Street to the cottage she noticed the one which illuminated the alley was out.
    Exercise:
  • 11. II. Action Verbs and their meaning ___ Bring together or collect parts of a group. 9. PROPOSE ___ Make plain or understandable . 8. PICK UP __ To select a course of action. 7. KEEP ___ To observe or think about with regard to taking some action. 6. GATHER __ Acquire possession, ownership or rights to the use of services, items . 5.- EXPLAIN ___ To set officially, arrange. 4. DECIDE __ Preserve or maintain in a good and orderly condition. 3. CONSIDER ___ Accept for the purpose of delivery or payment. 2. BUY ___ Recommend or suggest for consideration or adoption. 1. APPOINT
  • 12. III. To use the verb tenses correctly you must be familiar with the various Verb Types. Label each verb below either (C) for Continuous Verb, ( NC) for Non-continuous Verb or (M) for Mixed Verb. EXAMPLES a) love  NC b) travel  C c) taste   M 1. Go 2. see 3. run 4. like 5. have 6. do 7. make 8. cook 9. think 10. seem 11. own 12. escape 13. fear 14. cost 15. watch
  • 13. But we do not need only verbs, we need expressions too
    • Idiomatic expressions are useful, when we create dialogues or informal conversations.
    • Categorize the following sentences into idiomatic expressions,phrasal verbs,collocations,lexical sets,words with prefixes.
  • 14. IV.Match the examples of vocabulary with the categories listed 1-6.There is one extra option which you don’t need to use. g. Switch on, turn up, tune in,turn down ,turn off f. Take a break,break a window,take a seat,have a deadache,break a leg 6. Lexical sets e. If passports were done away with , travel would be much simpler. 5.Words with prefixes d.I don’t care about the expense; I want the party to be a real success. 4.Collocations c. Mariana has been in a foul mood lately . 3.Phrasal verbs b. My brother really looked down in the dumps . 2. POSITIVE FEELINGS, MOODS, AND STATES a. Lucas seems to be on cloud nine these days. 1. NEGATIVE FEELINGS, MOODS, AND STATES
  • 15. Now I invite you to watch a film.

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