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PPT_IIT

  1. 1. What did you do yesterday?
  2. 2. What did I do yesterday?
  3. 3. I watched a movie yesterday.  simple past tense
  4. 4. Tell your partners what you did yesterday! Share with us =]
  5. 5. Let’s do some revision on simple past tense! http://a4esl.org/q/f/x/xz39met.htm
  6. 6. Simple Past Tense Past events with specific time Use verbs in simple past tense watch  watched E.g. I watched a movie yesterday
  7. 7. We know when we did something using simple past tense, but how about we didn’t remember the time? Look at the following story!
  8. 8. I have had a great day. Uncle Joe and Aunt May had arrived. Dad and I found them at the airport. Mum didn't come because she had to work. After we have got them to their hotel, we went for some “dim sum”. Aunt May has eaten a lot because she thought the food was delicious! We then caught a bus to Yuen Long. Uncle John has been there before, but Aunt May loved the ride. They have bought a few things at the market. They were excited when they heard drums banging and saw a lion dance for the first time!
  9. 9. Find the main verbs out, see what else you can find apart from simple past tense
  10. 10. I have had a great day. Uncle Joe and Aunt May had arrived. Dad and I found them at the airport. Mum didn't come because she had to work. After we have got them to their hotel, we went for some “dim sum”. Aunt May has eaten a lot because she thought the food was delicious! We then caught a bus to Yuen Long. Uncle John has been there before, but Aunt May loved the ride. They have bought a few things at the market. They were excited when they heard drums banging and saw a lion dance for the first time!
  11. 11. Present Perfect Tense Forms : has/have + past participle Past events without specific time Use past participle of verbs have  had E.g. - I have had a great day. - Aunt May has eaten a lot because she thought the food was delicious!
  12. 12. Present Perfect Tense Words that help (indicators) Before, after, already etc.
  13. 13. Language Games for FUN Game 1 http://classtools.net/widgets/quiz_5/MJjcc.htm Game 2 http://classtools.net/widgets/quiz_1/OiIij.htm

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