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Presentation of english tenses.

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simple present , present perfect simple present , present perfect Presentation Transcript

  • REVIEW OF THE PROGRESSIVE TENSES AND THE PERFECT TENSES
  • Expresses an activity that is in progress at the moment of speaking. Form = 1 person / I / AM + ING VERB 2 person / THEY, WE ,YOU / ARE + ING VERB 3 person / SHE,HE, IT / IS + ING VERB Ant is lifting an apple. Dog is biting its tail
  • An action began in the past and maybe continues to the present . Form = SHE ,HE ,IT , I / WAS WE,THEY,YOU / WERE + ING VERB Vulture was eating She was cooking
  • Expresses an action that will be in progress at a particular time in the future. Form = WILL BE + ING VERB The sun will be shining tomorrow She will be enjoying the beach Take care with ing rules
  • THE PERFECT TENSES
  • Expresses the idea that something happened or never happened . Form = HAS / HAVE + PAST PARTICIPLE NOTE : Has ( she , he, it ) Have ( I , you , we , they ) Bugs bunny has walked today . I have hung the cuckoo clock .
  • Expresses an action that was completed before another time in the past Form = HAD + PAST PARTICIPLE NOTE : Had ( 1-2-3 ) person Eagle had flown over the camp. My car had exploded in flames.
  • Expresses an activity that will be completed before another time in the future. Form = WILL HAVE + PAST PARTICIPLE NOTE : Will have ( 1-2-3 ) person Laura will have run to school at this time tomorrow. The unicorn will have flown the skies.
  • THE PERFECT PROGRESSIVE TENSES
  • Indicates the duration of an activity that began in the past and continues to the present. Form = HAS / HAVE + BEEN + ING VERB NOTE : Has ( she , he,it ) Have ( I , you , we , they ) The dog has been barking for two hours. They have been fighting since yesterday.
  • Emphasizes duration of an activity that was in progress before another time in the past . Form = HAD + BEEN + ING VERB NOTE : Had ( 1-2-3 ) person Skeleton had been running long enough. She had been playing the organo five hours.
  • HOW TO MAKE NEGATIVE AND INTERROGATIVE SENTENCES
  • NEGATIVE SENTENCES
    • Example : present perfect
    • She ( has not ) time enough.
    • She hasn’t had time enough.
    • has not
    • Don’t forget to apply the negative to the auxiliar . Never apply it to the verb .
    • She has hadn’t time enough
  • QUESTIONS AUX + PERSON + VERB ??? To identify a possible questions look into the parenthesis, and if you find a person in the ( ) that’s means that you have to create a question. Example : Past progressive Don’t tell me . ( wait , you ) ____________? Don’t tell me . Were you waiting ? auxiliar person verb + + +
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