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  1. 1. Unit 2 – What’s on?Unit 2 – What’s on? Look at the following sentences:Look at the following sentences: He is living in a tree house.He is living in a tree house. They aren’t looking for food.They aren’t looking for food. Which sentence is negative?Which sentence is negative? Which sentence is positive?Which sentence is positive? How do we make the first sentence into a question?How do we make the first sentence into a question? ©Anna Escobar
  2. 2. Present ContinuousPresent Continuous • We use the present continuous to talk about actions that are happening now, at the moment. John is sending Mary a text message.
  3. 3. Present ContinuousPresent Continuous • I am eatingI am eating • You are eatingYou are eating • He is eatingHe is eating • She is eatingShe is eating • It is eatingIt is eating • We are eatingWe are eating • You are eatingYou are eating • They are eatingThey are eating ‘be’ + verb + ing Affirmative form
  4. 4. Interrogative + short answersInterrogative + short answers Am I working? Are you working? Is he working? Is she working? Is it working? Are we working? Are you working? Are they working? Yes, I amYes, I am // No, I am notNo, I am not Yes, I am /Yes, I am / No, INo, I’’m notm not Yes, he isYes, he is / No, he isn’t/ No, he isn’t Yes, she is /Yes, she is / No,No, sshhee isn’tisn’t Yes, it is / No, it isn’tYes, it is / No, it isn’t Yes, we areYes, we are / No, we aren’t/ No, we aren’t Yes, we areYes, we are / No, we aren’t/ No, we aren’t Yes, they areYes, they are // No, they aren’tNo, they aren’t
  5. 5. Negative FormNegative Form I’m not working You aren’t working He isn’t working She isn’t working It isn’t working We aren’t working You aren’t working They aren’t working
  6. 6. He is eating. Is he eating?He is eating. Is he eating?
  7. 7. The baby is swimmingThe baby is swimming
  8. 8. I am watching you!I am watching you!
  9. 9. The children are playingThe children are playing
  10. 10. And now ......And now ...... YOUYOU
  11. 11. The cat is sleeping
  12. 12. The girl is drinking water
  13. 13. They are cooking
  14. 14. Spelling rulesSpelling rules - Most verbs add – ing. Ex:Walk-walking, read-reading, try- trying, lay- laying - Verbs ending in –e: eliminate e + ing. Take-taking - Verbs ending in –ie: change ie to y + ing. Lie-lying - Verbs ending with vowel + consonant + vowel, double the last consonant + –ing. Get-getting, run-running
  15. 15. Students book page 20Students book page 20 Exercise 2: Look at the verbs in the blue box. What is the –ing form of the verbs? put-putting cook-cooking sleep-sleeping tidy-tidying make-making help-helping fight-fighting play-playing climb-climbing look-looking