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Chapter 1  Overview of Verb Tenses
Chapter 1  Overview of Verb Tenses
Chapter 1  Overview of Verb Tenses
Chapter 1  Overview of Verb Tenses
Chapter 1  Overview of Verb Tenses
Chapter 1  Overview of Verb Tenses
Chapter 1  Overview of Verb Tenses
Chapter 1  Overview of Verb Tenses
Chapter 1  Overview of Verb Tenses
Chapter 1  Overview of Verb Tenses
Chapter 1  Overview of Verb Tenses
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  • 1. Chapter 1Overview of Verb Tenses The History of Jazz
  • 2. Jazz music is a constantly evolving musical styleand is characterized by the fact that it includes manydifferent styles of music from many different eras. Theword jazz was first used to refer to music in Chicagoaround 1915. However, jazz started far earlier thanthat. The roots of jazz began in the 1800s in earlyblues, a folk music which arose in part from the worksongs of rural Blacks. This music was highlyimprovisational, a feature which remains fundamentalto jazz today. In fact, a skilled jazz performer willinterpret a tune in very individual ways and will rarelyplay a song exactly the same way twice.
  • 3. Use the simple present to talk about a situationthat exists now, has existed in the past, and willprobably exist in the future. Jazz includes music from many eras. music from the past? YES Use JAZZ music from the present? YES simple present music from the future? YES
  • 4. Use the simple past to talk about an actionthat began and ended in the past. A jazz band played at my sister’s wedding last week. My sister’s Right wedding Now The band is not The band played. playing now.
  • 5. Use the simple future to talk about something thatwill happen at one particular time in the future. A skilled performer will never play a song exactly the same way twice. Right Next Next now Tonight week month in the future, different each time
  • 6. Practice 1Complete each sentence with the correct form ofthe verb.1. The jazz show tomorrow night __________ (start) will start at 8 o’clock.2. The main trumpet player is sick? Who __________ will play (play) for him in the concert tomorrow?3. My sister __________(listen) to jazz all the time. listens4. The last time I__________ (go) to a jazz concert went the band __________ (play) for three hours! played
  • 7. In the 1800s, black musicians learned to playEuropean musical instruments. Later in the early1900s, as black musicians were beginning to playmusic at dances and clubs, ragtime developed.Ragtime was a modification of popular marches, withadditional rhythms that came from African music.Ragtime gradually merged with the unique music thatmarching bands played at funerals in New Orleans.Later, the 1930s and 1940s added the smooth soundsof the big swing bands. By the 1950s and 1960s, thewhole country was enjoying the works of jazz greatssuch as John Coltrane, Thelonious Monk, and MilesDavis.
  • 8. Use the simple past for an activity that began andended at a particular time in the past.Last week I listened to a famous jazz trumpeterat the local community college. NOW listened to the jazz player began and ended in the past
  • 9. Use the past progressive for activities that were inprogress at a particular time in the past. Later in the early 1900s, as black musicians were beginning to play music at dances and clubs, ragtime developed. NOW playing music at ragtime clubs developed
  • 10. Practice 2Complete each sentence with the correct past tenseform of the verb. contributed1. Many different musical styles _________________ (contribute) to the development of jazz. combined2. Early jazz musicians________________ (combine) folk music, work songs, and rag-time.3. During the middle of the 20th century, jazz _________________ (influence) not only musical was influencing styles, but also cultural styles in many parts of the country.4. By the 1980s and 1990s, people all over the world ________________________ ( listen) to jazz music. were listening
  • 11. CREDITS Copyright © 2009 Pearson Education and its licensors. All rights reserved. Images used under license from: Shutterstock, Inc.

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