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Simple present and present continuous Simple present and present continuous Presentation Transcript

  • The Present Week 2
  • The Simple PresentHOW TO FORM IT (statements): Affirmative Negative Base form of Subject Base form of verb + s or -es Subject Do + not the verb I IHe/she /it He/she /itWe/You / We/You / they they
  • The Simple PresentHOW TO FORM IT (statements): Affirmative Negative Base form of Subject Base form of verb + s or -es Subject Do + not the verb I work IHe/she /it He/she /itWe/You / We/You / they they
  • The Simple PresentHOW TO FORM IT (statements): Affirmative Negative Base form of Subject Base form of verb + s or -es Subject Do + not the verb I work IHe/she /it works He/she /itWe/You / We/You / they they
  • The Simple PresentHOW TO FORM IT (statements): Affirmative Negative Base form of Subject Base form of verb + s or -es Subject Do + not the verb I work IHe/she /it works He/she /itWe/You / We/You / work they they
  • The Simple PresentHOW TO FORM IT (statements): Affirmative Negative Base form of Subject Base form of verb + s or -es Subject Do + not the verb do not I work I (don’t)He/she /it works He/she /itWe/You / We/You / work they they
  • The Simple PresentHOW TO FORM IT (statements): Affirmative Negative Base form of Subject Base form of verb + s or -es Subject Do + not the verb do not I work I (don’t) does notHe/she /it works He/she /it (doesn’t)We/You / We/You / work they they
  • The Simple PresentHOW TO FORM IT (statements): Affirmative Negative Base form of Subject Base form of verb + s or -es Subject Do + not the verb do not I work I (don’t) does notHe/she /it works He/she /it (doesn’t)We/You / We/You / do not work they they (don’t)
  • The Simple PresentHOW TO FORM IT (statements): Affirmative Negative Base form of Subject Base form of verb + s or -es Subject Do + not the verb do not I work I (don’t) does notHe/she /it works He/she /it work (doesn’t)We/You / We/You / do not work they they (don’t)
  • The Simple PresentHOW TO FORM IT (practice):Complete these sentences with the correct affirmative or negative form of the verb. 1. We (like) ________________adventure travel. 2. We (prefer) ________________ecotourism. 3. Katy (want, not) ________________to couch surf. 4. She (want) ________________to learn Spanish in Peru. 5. Tracey (go, not) ________________on cruise ships.
  • The Simple PresentHOW TO FORM IT (practice):Complete these sentences with the correct affirmative or negative form of the verb. 1. We (like) ________________adventure travel. like 2. We (prefer) ________________ecotourism. 3. Katy (want, not) ________________to couch surf. 4. She (want) ________________to learn Spanish in Peru. 5. Tracey (go, not) ________________on cruise ships.
  • The Simple PresentHOW TO FORM IT (practice):Complete these sentences with the correct affirmative or negative form of the verb. 1. We (like) ________________adventure travel. like 2. We (prefer) ________________ecotourism. prefer 3. Katy (want, not) ________________to couch surf. 4. She (want) ________________to learn Spanish in Peru. 5. Tracey (go, not) ________________on cruise ships.
  • The Simple PresentHOW TO FORM IT (practice):Complete these sentences with the correct affirmative or negative form of the verb. 1. We (like) ________________adventure travel. like 2. We (prefer) ________________ecotourism. prefer doesn’t want 3. Katy (want, not) ________________to couch surf. 4. She (want) ________________to learn Spanish in Peru. 5. Tracey (go, not) ________________on cruise ships.
  • The Simple PresentHOW TO FORM IT (practice):Complete these sentences with the correct affirmative or negative form of the verb. 1. We (like) ________________adventure travel. like 2. We (prefer) ________________ecotourism. prefer doesn’t want 3. Katy (want, not) ________________to couch surf. wants 4. She (want) ________________to learn Spanish in Peru. 5. Tracey (go, not) ________________on cruise ships.
  • The Simple PresentHOW TO FORM IT (practice):Complete these sentences with the correct affirmative or negative form of the verb. 1. We (like) ________________adventure travel. like 2. We (prefer) ________________ecotourism. prefer doesn’t want 3. Katy (want, not) ________________to couch surf. wants 4. She (want) ________________to learn Spanish in Peru. 5. Tracey (go, not) ________________on cruise ships. doesn’t go
  • The Simple PresentHOW TO FORM IT (yes/no questions): Do Subject Base form of verb Short answers I He/she/it work? We/you/they
  • The Simple PresentHOW TO FORM IT (yes/no questions): Do Subject Base form of verb Short answers Do I He/she/it work? We/you/they
  • The Simple PresentHOW TO FORM IT (yes/no questions): Do Subject Base form of verb Short answers Do I Yes, I do./ No, I don’t He/she/it work? We/you/they
  • The Simple PresentHOW TO FORM IT (yes/no questions): Do Subject Base form of verb Short answers Do I Yes, I do./ No, I don’tDoes He/she/it work? We/you/they
  • The Simple PresentHOW TO FORM IT (yes/no questions): Do Subject Base form of verb Short answers Do I Yes, I do./ No, I don’tDoes He/she/it work? Yes, she does./ No, she doesn’t We/you/they
  • The Simple PresentHOW TO FORM IT (yes/no questions): Do Subject Base form of verb Short answers Do I Yes, I do./ No, I don’tDoes He/she/it work? Yes, she does./ No, she doesn’t Do We/you/they
  • The Simple PresentHOW TO FORM IT (yes/no questions): Do Subject Base form of verb Short answers Do I Yes, I do./ No, I don’tDoes He/she/it work? Yes, she does./ No, she doesn’t Do We/you/they Yes, they do./ No, they don’t
  • The Simple PresentForming Yes/No questions (practice): Jenny is telling you about her friend Monica. Form the yes/no questions that you need to ask her about Monica’s trip to New York.Example: Does Monica take her vacation in July? Monica takes her vacation in july. Monica likes New York. She enjoys shopping in New York. She loves to take the boat to the Statue of Liberty. She prefers to walk in Central Park. She often visits the Guggenheim Museum.
  • The Simple PresentForming Yes/No questions (practice): Jenny is telling you about her friend Monica. Form the yes/no questions that you need to ask her about Monica’s trip to New York.Example: Does Monica take her vacation in July? Monica takes her vacation in july. Does Monica like New York? Monica likes New York. She enjoys shopping in New York. She loves to take the boat to the Statue of Liberty. She prefers to walk in Central Park. She often visits the Guggenheim Museum.
  • The Simple PresentForming Yes/No questions (practice): Jenny is telling you about her friend Monica. Form the yes/no questions that you need to ask her about Monica’s trip to New York.Example: Does Monica take her vacation in July? Monica takes her vacation in july. Does Monica like New York? Monica likes New York. Does she enjoy shopping in New York? She enjoys shopping in New York. She loves to take the boat to the Statue of Liberty. She prefers to walk in Central Park. She often visits the Guggenheim Museum.
  • The Simple PresentForming Yes/No questions (practice): Jenny is telling you about her friend Monica. Form the yes/no questions that you need to ask her about Monica’s trip to New York.Example: Does Monica take her vacation in July? Monica takes her vacation in july. Does Monica like New York? Monica likes New York. Does she enjoy shopping in New York? She enjoys shopping in New York. She loves to take the boat to the Statue of Does she love to take the boat to the...? Liberty. She prefers to walk in Central Park. She often visits the Guggenheim Museum.
  • The Simple PresentForming Yes/No questions (practice): Jenny is telling you about her friend Monica. Form the yes/no questions that you need to ask her about Monica’s trip to New York.Example: Does Monica take her vacation in July? Monica takes her vacation in july. Does Monica like New York? Monica likes New York. Does she enjoy shopping in New York? She enjoys shopping in New York. She loves to take the boat to the Statue of Does she love to take the boat to the...? Liberty. Does she prefer to walk in Central Park? She prefers to walk in Central Park. She often visits the Guggenheim Museum.
  • The Simple PresentForming Yes/No questions (practice): Jenny is telling you about her friend Monica. Form the yes/no questions that you need to ask her about Monica’s trip to New York.Example: Does Monica take her vacation in July? Monica takes her vacation in july. Does Monica like New York? Monica likes New York. Does she enjoy shopping in New York? She enjoys shopping in New York. She loves to take the boat to the Statue of Does she love to take the boat to the...? Liberty. Does she prefer to walk in Central Park? She prefers to walk in Central Park.Does she often visit the Guggenheim Museum? She often visits the Guggenheim Museum.
  • The Simple PresentHOW TO FORM IT (information questions): Question word Do Subject Base form of the verb Where he When they How often she
  • The Simple PresentHOW TO FORM IT (information questions): Question word Do Subject Base form of the verb Where does he When they How often she
  • The Simple PresentHOW TO FORM IT (information questions): Question word Do Subject Base form of the verb Where does he ski? When they How often she
  • The Simple PresentHOW TO FORM IT (information questions): Question word Do Subject Base form of the verb Where does he ski? When do they How often she
  • The Simple PresentHOW TO FORM IT (information questions): Question word Do Subject Base form of the verb Where does he ski? When do they arrive? How often she
  • The Simple PresentHOW TO FORM IT (information questions): Question word Do Subject Base form of the verb Where does he ski? When do they arrive? How often does she
  • The Simple PresentHOW TO FORM IT (information questions): Question word Do Subject Base form of the verb Where does he ski? When do they arrive? How often does she travel?
  • The Simple PresentHOW TO FORM IT (information questions): Question word Do Subject Base form of the verb Where does he ski? When do they arrive? How often does she travel?
  • The Simple PresentHOW TO FORM IT (information questions): Question word Do Subject Base form of the verb Where does he ski? When do they arrive? How often does she travel? Grammar Fact:
  • The Simple PresentHOW TO FORM IT (information questions): Question word Do Subject Base form of the verb Where does he ski? When do they arrive? How often does she travel? Grammar Fact: Do not use do or does when what and who are the subject of a sentence. Use the verb in the third-person singular form.
  • The Simple PresentHOW TO FORM IT (information questions): Question word Do Subject Base form of the verb Where does he ski? When do they arrive? How often does she travel? Grammar Fact: Do not use do or does when what and who are the subject of a sentence. Use the verb in the third-person singular form. Who sings? Sarah does.
  • The Simple PresentHOW TO FORM IT (information questions): Question word Do Subject Base form of the verb Where does he ski? When do they arrive? How often does she travel? Grammar Fact: Do not use do or does when what and who are the subject of a sentence. Use the verb in the third-person singular form. Who sings? Sarah does. What stops your migraine? Sleep does.
  • The Simple PresentForming information questions(practice): Form questions using the information in bold.Example: We like Costa rica because it’s a tropical Why do you like Costa Rica? paradise.1. We go there twice a year.2. They usually buy their plane tickets online.3. They usually take their vacation in July.4. She goes camping in Quebec.5. His best friend travels with him.
  • The Simple PresentForming information questions(practice): Form questions using the information in bold.Example: We like Costa rica because it’s a tropical Why do you like Costa Rica? paradise.1. We go there twice a year. How often do you go there?2. They usually buy their plane tickets online.3. They usually take their vacation in July.4. She goes camping in Quebec.5. His best friend travels with him.
  • The Simple PresentForming information questions(practice): Form questions using the information in bold.Example: We like Costa rica because it’s a tropical Why do you like Costa Rica? paradise.1. We go there twice a year. How often do you go there?2. They usually buy their plane tickets online. What do they usually buy online?3. They usually take their vacation in July.4. She goes camping in Quebec.5. His best friend travels with him.
  • The Simple PresentForming information questions(practice): Form questions using the information in bold.Example: We like Costa rica because it’s a tropical Why do you like Costa Rica? paradise.1. We go there twice a year. How often do you go there?2. They usually buy their plane tickets online. What do they usually buy online?3. They usually take their vacation in July. When do they usually take their vacation?4. She goes camping in Quebec.5. His best friend travels with him.
  • The Simple PresentForming information questions(practice): Form questions using the information in bold.Example: We like Costa rica because it’s a tropical Why do you like Costa Rica? paradise.1. We go there twice a year. How often do you go there?2. They usually buy their plane tickets online. What do they usually buy online?3. They usually take their vacation in July. When do they usually take their vacation?4. She goes camping in Quebec. Where does she go camping?5. His best friend travels with him.
  • The Simple PresentForming information questions(practice): Form questions using the information in bold.Example: We like Costa rica because it’s a tropical Why do you like Costa Rica? paradise.1. We go there twice a year. How often do you go there?2. They usually buy their plane tickets online. What do they usually buy online?3. They usually take their vacation in July. When do they usually take their vacation?4. She goes camping in Quebec. Where does she go camping?5. His best friend travels with him. Who travels with him?
  • The Simple PresentWHEN TO USE IT: For habitual actions and permanent situationsHabits and routinesCustoms and traditions Facts and truths
  • The Simple PresentWHEN TO USE IT: For habitual actions and permanent situationsHabits and She goes to New York every month. routinesCustoms and traditions Facts and truths
  • The Simple PresentWHEN TO USE IT: For habitual actions and permanent situationsHabits and She goes to New York every month. routines We usually buy our tickets online.Customs and traditions Facts and truths
  • The Simple PresentWHEN TO USE IT: For habitual actions and permanent situationsHabits and She goes to New York every month. routines We usually buy our tickets online.Customs and I always eat fish and chips my first day in England. traditions Facts and truths
  • The Simple PresentWHEN TO USE IT: For habitual actions and permanent situationsHabits and She goes to New York every month. routines We usually buy our tickets online.Customs and I always eat fish and chips my first day in England. traditions At Thanksgiving, people often travel to see their families. Facts and truths
  • The Simple PresentWHEN TO USE IT: For habitual actions and permanent situationsHabits and She goes to New York every month. routines We usually buy our tickets online.Customs and I always eat fish and chips my first day in England. traditions At Thanksgiving, people often travel to see their families. Facts and Adventure travel offers exciting vacations. truths
  • The Simple PresentWHEN TO USE IT: For habitual actions and permanent situationsHabits and She goes to New York every month. routines We usually buy our tickets online.Customs and I always eat fish and chips my first day in England. traditions At Thanksgiving, people often travel to see their families. Facts and Adventure travel offers exciting vacations. truths Ice hotels melt in the spring.
  • The Present ContinuousHOW TO FORM IT (statements): Affirmative Negative Base form of Not + base form Subject Be Subject Be the verb + -ing of verb + -ing I I He/she /it working He/she /it not working We/You / We/You /they they
  • The Present ContinuousHOW TO FORM IT (statements): Affirmative Negative Base form of Not + base form Subject Be Subject Be the verb + -ing of verb + -ing I am I He/she /it working He/she /it not working We/You / We/You /they they
  • The Present ContinuousHOW TO FORM IT (statements): Affirmative Negative Base form of Not + base form Subject Be Subject Be the verb + -ing of verb + -ing I am I He/she /it is working He/she /it not working We/You / We/You /they they
  • The Present ContinuousHOW TO FORM IT (statements): Affirmative Negative Base form of Not + base form Subject Be Subject Be the verb + -ing of verb + -ing I am I He/she /it is working He/she /it not working We/You / are We/You /they they
  • The Present ContinuousHOW TO FORM IT (statements): Affirmative Negative Base form of Not + base form Subject Be Subject Be the verb + -ing of verb + -ing I am I am (‘m) He/she /it is working He/she /it not working We/You / are We/You /they they
  • The Present ContinuousHOW TO FORM IT (statements): Affirmative Negative Base form of Not + base form Subject Be Subject Be the verb + -ing of verb + -ing I am I am (‘m) He/she /it is working He/she /it is (‘s) not working We/You / are We/You /they they
  • The Present ContinuousHOW TO FORM IT (statements): Affirmative Negative Base form of Not + base form Subject Be Subject Be the verb + -ing of verb + -ing I am I am (‘m) He/she /it is working He/she /it is (‘s) not working We/You / are (‘re/ are We/You /they they aren’t)
  • The Present ContinuousHOW TO FORM IT (yes/no questions):Be Base form of Subject Short answers verb + -ing I He/she/it working? We/you/they
  • The Present ContinuousHOW TO FORM IT (yes/no questions):Be Base form of Subject Short answers verb + -ingAm I He/she/it working? We/you/they
  • The Present ContinuousHOW TO FORM IT (yes/no questions):Be Base form of Subject Short answers verb + -ingAm I Is He/she/it working? We/you/they
  • The Present ContinuousHOW TO FORM IT (yes/no questions):Be Base form of Subject Short answers verb + -ingAm I Is He/she/it working? We/you/they
  • The Present ContinuousHOW TO FORM IT (yes/no questions):Be Base form of Subject Short answers verb + -ingAm I Is He/she/it working?Are We/you/they
  • The Present ContinuousHOW TO FORM IT (yes/no questions):Be Base form of Subject Short answers verb + -ingAm I Yes, I am Is He/she/it working?Are We/you/they
  • The Present ContinuousHOW TO FORM IT (yes/no questions):Be Base form of Subject Short answers verb + -ingAm I Yes, I am Is He/she/it Yes, he/she/it is working?Are We/you/they
  • The Present ContinuousHOW TO FORM IT (yes/no questions):Be Base form of Subject Short answers verb + -ingAm I Yes, I am Is He/she/it Yes, he/she/it is working?Are Yes, we/you/ We/you/they they are
  • The Present ContinuousHOW TO FORM IT (yes/no questions):Be Base form of Subject Short answers verb + -ingAm I Yes, I am No, I am (I’m) not. Is He/she/it Yes, he/she/it is working?Are Yes, we/you/ We/you/they they are
  • The Present ContinuousHOW TO FORM IT (yes/no questions):Be Base form of Subject Short answers verb + -ingAm I Yes, I am No, I am (I’m) not. Yes, he/she/it is No, he is not(isn’t or Is He/she/it working? he’s not).Are Yes, we/you/ We/you/they they are
  • The Present ContinuousHOW TO FORM IT (yes/no questions):Be Base form of Subject Short answers verb + -ingAm I Yes, I am No, I am (I’m) not. Yes, he/she/it is No, he is not(isn’t or Is He/she/it working? he’s not). Yes, we/you/ No, we are not (aren’tAre We/you/they or we’re not). they are
  • The Present ContinuousHOW TO FORM IT (practice):Write the correct form of the present progressive in the sentences below. 1. He (play not) ________________________hockey right now. 2. (do, she) ________________her exercises? 3. We (go) ______________________to the gym tonight. 4. They (try not) ______________________ hard enough. 5. I (wait) ________________for the class to start.
  • The Present ContinuousHOW TO FORM IT (practice):Write the correct form of the present progressive in the sentences below. is not (isn’t) playing 1. He (play not) ________________________hockey right now. 2. (do, she) ________________her exercises? 3. We (go) ______________________to the gym tonight. 4. They (try not) ______________________ hard enough. 5. I (wait) ________________for the class to start.
  • The Present ContinuousHOW TO FORM IT (practice):Write the correct form of the present progressive in the sentences below. is not (isn’t) playing 1. He (play not) ________________________hockey right now. 2. (do, she) ________________her exercises? is she doing 3. We (go) ______________________to the gym tonight. 4. They (try not) ______________________ hard enough. 5. I (wait) ________________for the class to start.
  • The Present ContinuousHOW TO FORM IT (practice):Write the correct form of the present progressive in the sentences below. is not (isn’t) playing 1. He (play not) ________________________hockey right now. 2. (do, she) ________________her exercises? is she doing are going (we’re) 3. We (go) ______________________to the gym tonight. 4. They (try not) ______________________ hard enough. 5. I (wait) ________________for the class to start.
  • The Present ContinuousHOW TO FORM IT (practice):Write the correct form of the present progressive in the sentences below. is not (isn’t) playing 1. He (play not) ________________________hockey right now. 2. (do, she) ________________her exercises? is she doing are going (we’re) 3. We (go) ______________________to the gym tonight. 4. They (try not)are not trying (they’re not)hard enough. ______________________ 5. I (wait) ________________for the class to start.
  • The Present ContinuousHOW TO FORM IT (practice):Write the correct form of the present progressive in the sentences below. is not (isn’t) playing 1. He (play not) ________________________hockey right now. 2. (do, she) ________________her exercises? is she doing are going (we’re) 3. We (go) ______________________to the gym tonight. 4. They (try not)are not trying (they’re not)hard enough. ______________________ am waiting (I’m) 5. I (wait) ________________for the class to start.
  • The Present Continuous HOW TO FORM IT (information questions): Base form of verb +Question word Be Subject Answer -ing You’re immitating What I the French teacher. She’s going to the Where she gym. We’re visiting Why you Hawaii because we love surfing.
  • The Present Continuous HOW TO FORM IT (information questions): Base form of verb +Question word Be Subject Answer -ing You’re immitating What am I the French teacher. She’s going to the Where she gym. We’re visiting Why you Hawaii because we love surfing.
  • The Present Continuous HOW TO FORM IT (information questions): Base form of verb +Question word Be Subject Answer -ing You’re immitating What am I doing? the French teacher. She’s going to the Where she gym. We’re visiting Why you Hawaii because we love surfing.
  • The Present Continuous HOW TO FORM IT (information questions): Base form of verb +Question word Be Subject Answer -ing You’re immitating What am I doing? the French teacher. She’s going to the Where is she gym. We’re visiting Why you Hawaii because we love surfing.
  • The Present Continuous HOW TO FORM IT (information questions): Base form of verb +Question word Be Subject Answer -ing You’re immitating What am I doing? the French teacher. She’s going to the Where is she going? gym. We’re visiting Why you Hawaii because we love surfing.
  • The Present Continuous HOW TO FORM IT (information questions): Base form of verb +Question word Be Subject Answer -ing You’re immitating What am I doing? the French teacher. She’s going to the Where is she going? gym. We’re visiting Why are you Hawaii because we love surfing.
  • The Present Continuous HOW TO FORM IT (information questions): Base form of verb +Question word Be Subject Answer -ing You’re immitating What am I doing? the French teacher. She’s going to the Where is she going? gym. We’re visiting Why are you visiting Hawaii? Hawaii because we love surfing.
  • The Present Continuous WHEN TO USE IT: For actions in progress and temporary situationsAt the moment of speakingAround the present timeextending into the future.
  • The Present Continuous WHEN TO USE IT: For actions in progress and temporary situationsAt the moment of speaking She is boxing on her video game right now.Around the present timeextending into the future.
  • The Present Continuous WHEN TO USE IT: For actions in progress and temporary situationsAt the moment of speaking She is boxing on her video game right now.Around the present time This week, I’m training for the marathon.extending into the future.