Present Simple Present Continuous Past Simple Past Continuous
Simple Future Going to Future Present Perfect
Modals and
Con...
Present Simple
To express general truths:
Examples:
- The Sun rises in the east.
- Honey is sweet.
- London is the Capital...
To express the habitual actions:
Examples:
- He drinks tea every morning.
- Mary usually comes to college by car.
- My son...
Present Simple
In the exclamatory sentences beginning with
Here, there and what to express what is taking place in the pre...
Present Simple
To express a future event that is part of a fixed program
Examples:
- The next flight is at 7.00am tomorrow...
Present Simple
Using to Be verb to ask and give personal information, when we describe
things and places or when we talk a...
Present Simple
The Simple Present is the most basic verb tense in English. It has several uses:
Subject + Base Verb + Obje...
Present Simple
Third person conjugation
For "he", "she", and "it" use the third-person verb. This is the same as the base ...
Present Simple
Spelling rules for adding s in the third person singular
Some verbs change their spelling when s is added i...
Present Simple
Spelling rules for adding s in the third person singular
However, when a verb ends in y immediately precede...
Present Simple
Spelling rules for adding s in the third person singular
When a verb ends in o, the letter e is added befor...
Present Simple
Interrogative Form in simple present we use auxiliaries “do” or “does” to make questions.
Auxiliary + Subje...
Present Simple
Negative structure in simple present we use “do not” or “does not”.
They also use be + not. Do Not/Does Not...
Present Simple
Short answer questions (Yes/No Questions) In questions that use do/does it is possible to
give short answer...
Present Simple
WH questions Words We use question words to ask certain types of questions (question
word questions). We of...
Present Simple Grammar Structure
WH Question Word Function Example
whom asking what or which person or people
(object)
Who...
Present Simple Grammar Structure
how + adj/adv asking about extent or degree see examples below
how far Distance How far i...
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  1. 1. Present Simple Present Continuous Past Simple Past Continuous Simple Future Going to Future Present Perfect Modals and Conditionals Listening Speaking Reading Writing Phonetic Syllabus Skills
  2. 2. Present Simple To express general truths: Examples: - The Sun rises in the east. - Honey is sweet. - London is the Capital city of United Kingdom. - Jasmine is the most beautiful doctor in Bogotá. The Simple Present Tense is used: Back Menu
  3. 3. To express the habitual actions: Examples: - He drinks tea every morning. - Mary usually comes to college by car. - My son never has coffee. He prefers tea. - I always get up at seven past six (6:07) 6 am. Present Simple The Simple Present Tense is used: Back Menu
  4. 4. Present Simple In the exclamatory sentences beginning with Here, there and what to express what is taking place in the present. Examples: - Here comes the bus! - There she goes! - What a beautiful building that is! - Oh! He is so smart! The Simple Present Tense is used: Back Menu
  5. 5. Present Simple To express a future event that is part of a fixed program Examples: - The next flight is at 7.00am tomorrow. - The match starts at 9 o’clock in the morning. - The train leaves at 5.35 pm. - I travel to Canada next summer. The Simple Present Tense is used: Back Menu
  6. 6. Present Simple Using to Be verb to ask and give personal information, when we describe things and places or when we talk about nationalities, where the people is from and professions. Examples: - Her name is Beyonce. - San Francisco is a beautiful city. - Maria is a very nice person. - We are Argentinian. The Simple Present Tense is used: Back Menu
  7. 7. Present Simple The Simple Present is the most basic verb tense in English. It has several uses: Subject + Base Verb + Object (complement) I like pizza. Other Examples: - She lives in Toronto. - We have a dog. - They go to school. Grammar Structure Back Menu
  8. 8. Present Simple Third person conjugation For "he", "she", and "it" use the third-person verb. This is the same as the base verb, but it has an "s" on the end This shows the difference between the third person pronouns. Notice the "s" on the end of the verb. I like pizza. You like pizza. He likes pizza. She likes pizza. It likes pizza. We like pizza. They like pizza. Grammar Structure Back Menu
  9. 9. Present Simple Spelling rules for adding s in the third person singular Some verbs change their spelling when s is added in the third person singular. Verbs ending in “Y”. The English letters a, e, i, o and u are generally referred to as vowels. The other English letters are generally referred to as consonants. When a verb ends in “Y” immediately preceded by a consonant, the y is changed to “ie” before the ending s is added. In each of the following examples, the consonant immediately preceding the final y is underlined. Bare Infinitive Third Person Singular Study Studies Fly Flies Carry Carries Grammar Structure Back Menu
  10. 10. Present Simple Spelling rules for adding s in the third person singular However, when a verb ends in y immediately preceded by a vowel, the y is not changed before the ending s is added. In each of the following examples, the vowel immediately preceding the final y is underlined. Bare Infinitive Third Person Singular Say Says Enjoy Enjoys Buy Buys Grammar Structure Back Menu
  11. 11. Present Simple Spelling rules for adding s in the third person singular When a verb ends in o, the letter e is added before the s ending. For example: Bare Infinitive Third Person Singular Do Does Echo Echoes Go Goes When a verb ends in a sibilant sound such as ch, s, sh, x or z, the letter e is added before the s ending. For example: Bare Infinitive Third Person Singular Pass Passes Push Pushes Watch Watches Fix Fixes Buzz Buzzes Grammar Structure Back Menu
  12. 12. Present Simple Interrogative Form in simple present we use auxiliaries “do” or “does” to make questions. Auxiliary + Subject + base verb + Object (Complement) + Question Mark Do You like Vegetables ? Other Examples: - Do you play baseball? - Does your mother eat pork? - Does Bogotá have any subway? - Do we understand the questions? - Do your brothers study English? Grammar Structure Back Menu
  13. 13. Present Simple Negative structure in simple present we use “do not” or “does not”. They also use be + not. Do Not/Does Not Subject + Do/Does + not + base verb + Object (Complement) I do not like pizza Other Examples: - She does not play baseball. - My mother does not eat pork. - Bogotá does not have any subway- - He does not like soccer. - She does not study English. Grammar Structure Back Menu
  14. 14. Present Simple Short answer questions (Yes/No Questions) In questions that use do/does it is possible to give short answers, to direct questions as follows: Grammar Structure Sample Questions Short Answer (Affirmative) Short Answer (Negative) Do I need a ticket? Yes, you do. No, you don't. Do you need a dictionary? Yes, I do. No, I don't. Do you both speak English? Yes, we do. No, we don't. Do they need help? Yes, they do. No, they don't. Does he like chocolate? Yes, he does. No, he doesn't. Does she want to come? Yes, she does. No, she doesn't. Does it have four legs? Yes, it does. No, it doesn't. Back Menu
  15. 15. Present Simple WH questions Words We use question words to ask certain types of questions (question word questions). We often refer to them as WH words because they include the letters WH (for example Why, How). Grammar Structure WH Question Word Function Example What asking for information about something What is your name? asking for repetition or confirmation What? I can't hear you. You did what? What...for asking for a reason, asking why What did you do that for? When asking about time When did he leave? Where asking in or at what place or position Where do they live? Which asking about choice Which colour do you want? Who asking what or which person or people (subject) Who opened the door? whom asking what or which person or people (object) Whom did you see? Back Menu
  16. 16. Present Simple Grammar Structure WH Question Word Function Example whom asking what or which person or people (object) Whom did you see? whose asking about ownership Whose are these keys? Whose turn is it? why asking for reason, asking what...for Why do you say that? why don't making a suggestion Why don't I help you? how asking about manner How does this work? asking about condition or quality How was your exam? WH questions Words We use question words to ask certain types of questions (question word questions). We often refer to them as WH words because they include the letters WH (for example Why, How). Back Menu
  17. 17. Present Simple Grammar Structure how + adj/adv asking about extent or degree see examples below how far Distance How far is Pattaya from Bangkok? how long length (time or space) How long will it take? how many quantity (countable) How many cars are there? how much quantity (uncountable) How much money do you have? how old age How old are you? how come (informal) asking for reason, asking why How come I can't see her? WH Question Word Function Example WH questions Words We use question words to ask certain types of questions (question word questions). We often refer to them as WH words because they include the letters WH (for example Why, How). Back Menu
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