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Lesson 6 Spring

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  • 1. 1: I spent two months in Spain. 2: I’ve worked in England now for two years . 1: past simple .. for an action in the past that is over and finished : we can usually give a time to it - last year, for two years - once - etc . Repeated actions in the past: ie habits : "we went to the beach every summer when I was a child". Actions that happened quickly after each other: "When I arrived they turned off the television and listened to me talking." Reported Speech - “he said that she told him he was the most handsome man she’d ever met” 2: present perfect : formed with the present tense of the verb to have + the past participle when we talk about an action in the past that relates to today
  • 2. present continuous the verb to be + the ..ing form of the verb. the present perfect continuous? the verb to have + the past participle of the verb to be + the ..ing form of the verb.
  • 3. mathematics : a mathema tic ian history: an hist o rian engineering: an engin eer science: a s ci entist sociology : a soci ol ogist drama: a d ra matist, an ac tor, a play -write. phil os ophy: a phil os opher languages : a l in guist economics: an e con omist PE : Physical Education ICT: Information Communications Technology DT : Design and Technology

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