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Tom's TEFL - Past Tense Verbs
Tom's TEFL - Past Tense Verbs
Tom's TEFL - Past Tense Verbs
Tom's TEFL - Past Tense Verbs
Tom's TEFL - Past Tense Verbs
Tom's TEFL - Past Tense Verbs
Tom's TEFL - Past Tense Verbs
Tom's TEFL - Past Tense Verbs
Tom's TEFL - Past Tense Verbs
Tom's TEFL - Past Tense Verbs
Tom's TEFL - Past Tense Verbs
Tom's TEFL - Past Tense Verbs
Tom's TEFL - Past Tense Verbs
Tom's TEFL - Past Tense Verbs
Tom's TEFL - Past Tense Verbs
Tom's TEFL - Past Tense Verbs
Tom's TEFL - Past Tense Verbs
Tom's TEFL - Past Tense Verbs
Tom's TEFL - Past Tense Verbs
Tom's TEFL - Past Tense Verbs
Tom's TEFL - Past Tense Verbs
Tom's TEFL - Past Tense Verbs
Tom's TEFL - Past Tense Verbs
Tom's TEFL - Past Tense Verbs
Tom's TEFL - Past Tense Verbs
Tom's TEFL - Past Tense Verbs
Tom's TEFL - Past Tense Verbs
Tom's TEFL - Past Tense Verbs
Tom's TEFL - Past Tense Verbs
Tom's TEFL - Past Tense Verbs
Tom's TEFL - Past Tense Verbs
Tom's TEFL - Past Tense Verbs
Tom's TEFL - Past Tense Verbs
Tom's TEFL - Past Tense Verbs
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Tom's TEFL - Past Tense Verbs

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My TEFL resources. See my resources webpage at http://www.globalcitizen.co.uk/inforesources/teflresources/resources.html …

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  • If you are teaching your students pronunciation of the past participles of some verbs that are being used as adjectives, then a second syllable will be added even if the base form does not end in a /t/ or /d/ sound, and the "-ed" ending will be pronounced as /id/. Common past participles used as adjectives with an additional syllable are: aged, blessed, crooked, dogged, learned, ragged, and wretched. Fortunately, this exceptions doesn't apply to teaching pronunciation of English past tense verbs, just past participles when they are used as adjectives.
  • If you are teaching your students pronunciation of the past participles of some verbs that are being used as adjectives, then a second syllable will be added even if the base form does not end in a /t/ or /d/ sound, and the "-ed" ending will be pronounced as /id/. Common past participles used as adjectives with an additional syllable are: aged, blessed, crooked, dogged, learned, ragged, and wretched. Fortunately, this exceptions doesn't apply to teaching pronunciation of English past tense verbs, just past participles when they are used as adjectives.
  • If you are teaching your students pronunciation of the past participles of some verbs that are being used as adjectives, then a second syllable will be added even if the base form does not end in a /t/ or /d/ sound, and the "-ed" ending will be pronounced as /id/. Common past participles used as adjectives with an additional syllable are: aged, blessed, crooked, dogged, learned, ragged, and wretched. Fortunately, this exceptions doesn't apply to teaching pronunciation of English past tense verbs, just past participles when they are used as adjectives.
  • If you are teaching your students pronunciation of the past participles of some verbs that are being used as adjectives, then a second syllable will be added even if the base form does not end in a /t/ or /d/ sound, and the "-ed" ending will be pronounced as /id/. Common past participles used as adjectives with an additional syllable are: aged, blessed, crooked, dogged, learned, ragged, and wretched. Fortunately, this exceptions doesn't apply to teaching pronunciation of English past tense verbs, just past participles when they are used as adjectives.
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    • 1. Designed for Hong Kong primary children. Subject: Simple Past Tense
    • 2. simple past tense
    • 3.
      • Yesterday
      • At 6 o’clock this morning
      • A long time ago
      • Just after I got up
      • When I was 4 years old
      • Last year
      • In January 2008
      What is the past?
    • 4.
      • Normally…
      • We add ‘ed’ to verbs when we talk about the past.
      • We add ‘d’ to verbs ending in ‘e’.
      • A verb is an action word. A ‘doing’ word.
      Things to remember…
    • 5. Add ‘ed’ or just add ‘d’ Remember: If there is an ‘e’ already, there is no need to add another one. jump ed dance d play ed
    • 6. On Monday, _____________________ They walk to school Past tense practice…
    • 7. On Sunday, _____________________ I listen to music Past tense practice…
    • 8. Yesterday, _____________________ I jump Past tense practice…
    • 9. Last week, ______________________ I dance at school Past tense practice…
    • 10. Last year, ______________________ I laugh Past tense practice…
    • 11. Last week, ______________________ I play PSP Past tense practice…
    • 12. action game
    • 13.
      • Who can?
      • Open the door
      • Turn off the light
      • Clear the board
      • Dance like a chicken
      • Jump like a monkey
      What did he/she do? Answer in a full sentence Past tense verbs
    • 14. Two teams: Write down the correct past tense of the words. Do you change the word, or add ‘ed’/’d’?
      • dance__________________
      • cook___________________
      • jump___________________
      • turn____________________
      • open___________________
      TEAM 1
      • watch__________________
      • play____________________
      • kiss____________________
      • walk___________________
      • close___________________
      TEAM 2 Blackboard race
    • 15. say a full sentence
    • 16. Past tense verbs Jump Present (now) Past
      • Make these verbs past tense
      • Say a full sentence
    • 17. Past tense verbs
      • Make these verbs past tense
      • Say a full sentence
      Shout Present (now) Past WAAAAAAAAAAAA!
    • 18. Past tense verbs
      • Make these verbs past tense
      • Say a full sentence
      Dance Present (now) Past
    • 19. Past tense verbs
      • Make these verbs past tense
      • Say a full sentence
      W Present (now) Past
    • 20. Past tense verbs
      • Make these verbs past tense
      • Say a full sentence
      L Present (now) Past
    • 21. change the tense
    • 22. More examples Past Tense : (Yesterday) talked walked played laughed helped asked answered finished looked loved watched cooked closed worked washed Present: (Today) talk walk play laugh help ask answer finish look love watch cook closed work wash
    • 23. After school I play with my pet dinosaur. I dance with him. I play football with him. I cook him some soup and use very big vegetables because he is always hungry. I love my dinosaur and always smile when we jump around the park! I like having a pet dinosaur so much! Change the story to the past tense… Blackboard slide
    • 24. ending sounds
    • 25. There are 3 ending sounds for past tense words… ‘ -id’ ‘ -t’ ‘ -d’
    • 26. The ‘-id’ sound only used for verbs ending with a ‘t’ or ‘d’ sound deci d ed invi t ed nee d ed plan t ed pos t ed shou t ed star t ed tas t ed visi t ed wai t ed wan t ed ‘ -id’
    • 27. The ‘-d’ sound only used for verbs ending in a voiced sound mo v ed sta y ed sa v ed clea n ed enjo y ed lo v ed clo s ed pla y ed ‘ -d’ Voiced consonant sounds: b, v, g, z, j, th, l, m, n, r You can feel a vibration when you put your fingers on your neck.
    • 28. The ‘-t’ sound only used for verbs ending in an unvoiced sound la ugh ed wal k ed kis s ed fini sh ed hel p ed dan ce d fi x ed wor k ed wa sh ed drop p ed ‘ -t’ Voiceless consonant sounds: p, f, k, s, sh, ch, th. You cannot feel a vibration when you put your fingers on your neck.
    • 29. … and remember…
    • 30. Past tense verbs – there is normally no need for ‘was’ or ‘has’.
      • Which one is correct?
      • The robot has played last week
      • The robot played last week
      • The robot went to played last week
      • The robot was play last week
      Was / has
    • 31. simple past tense board game
    • 32. BOARD GAME
    • 33. In teams of 3, use a dice to work your way around the board. For each box you land on, say the sentence in the past tense .
    • 34.  

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