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  • E10 may30 2011

    1. 1. Monday, May 30, 2011<br />Presentations<br />Grammar: Understanding Verb Forms<br />Discussion of remainder of term<br />
    2. 2. Housekeeping<br />Marked work<br />Revision –1 bonus mark instead of /3<br />Check your grade online<br />Exam Study Sheet<br />
    3. 3. Presentations<br />
    4. 4. Understanding Verb Forms, Handout p. 69-71<br />Don’t get hung up on all the terminology!<br />Focus on how the form of the verb changes in different situations.<br />Endings may be added to the verb <br />ing and –ed<br />Auxiliary (helping) verbs may be placed before the verb<br />be, have, will<br />
    5. 5. Understanding Verb Forms, Handout p. 69-71<br />You can use the simple tenses in most general situations:<br />She walks to work every day. (Simple present)<br />She walkedto work yesterday. (Simple past)<br />She will walk to work tomorrow. (Future)<br />
    6. 6. Understanding Verb Forms, p. 69-71<br />Use the continuous (progressive) tenses when you want to show an ongoing or incomplete action:<br />She is walkingto work right now. (Present Continuous)<br />She was walkingto work when I saw her. (Past Continuous)<br />She will be walkingto work from now on. (Future continuous)<br />
    7. 7. Understanding Verb Forms, p. 69-71<br />Use the perfect tenses when you want to show completedactions:<br />She has walkedto work many times, but usually she takes the bus. (Present perfect)<br />She had walkedto work before he called to offer a ride. (Past perfect)<br />She will have walkedto work by the time I can pick her up. (Future perfect)<br />
    8. 8. A few more examples<br />Gail has worked hard on the puzzle. (present perfect)<br />They had finished the work before their shift ended. (past perfect)<br />The volunteers will have worked many unpaid hours. (future perfect)<br />
    9. 9. Practice 3 Self-Study<br /> eats<br /> ate<br />will eat <br /> am eating<br /> was eating<br /> will be eating<br /> have already eaten<br /> had already eaten<br /> will have already eaten<br /> has been eating<br /> had been eating<br /> will have been eating<br />
    10. 10. Understanding Verb Forms, p. 69-71<br />In writing, you will mostly use these three tenses:<br />She walks. (simple present)<br />She walked. (simple past)<br />She has walked. (present perfect)<br />
    11. 11. Understanding Verb Forms, p. 69-71<br />Note: Irregular verbs are formed differently, and you just have to learn these individually.<br />She writes. (simple present)<br />She wrote. (simple past)<br />She haswritten. (present perfect)<br />If you need more practice with irregular verbs, you should study p. 454-462.<br />
    12. 12. Exercise 3.2, p. 71(Handout – not text)<br />Write the correct form of the verb for the blank. More than one tense might be appropriate:<br />Tanya _________ [bring] her son along on the trip to the museum, and he _________ [behave] very well.<br />
    13. 13. Exercise 3.2, p. 71(Handout)<br />2. saw/ avoided / had warned<br />3. ate<br />4. left / leaves // had / will have / have<br />5. play / played / have been playing / will be playing<br />6. will meet<br />7. did sleep<br />8. enjoyed <br />9. did buy / bought<br />10. has seen / will go / will meet <br />
    14. 14. Exercise 3.3<br /> been / have<br /> waiting /<br /> written<br /> be / contact<br /> solved<br /> have / been<br /> take<br />
    15. 15. Wednesday, June 1st<br />presentations<br />novel quiz, reading response, focussed discussion (conflict and theme)<br />judging characters<br />last chance to do in-class make-up work<br />
    16. 16. Monday, June 6<br />presentations<br />In-class character assignment; bring<br />novel<br />notes (that you took – not from the internet)<br />stickies to mark book pages<br />Class Party<br />bring food or drinks<br />music<br />games<br />
    17. 17. Wednesday, June 8<br />Grammar Quiz (/5) and Exam (/100)<br />
    18. 18. Homework<br />Finish the novel and your notes<br />Finish making notes on your secondary character<br />Begin reviewing grammar<br />