Inglês - Aula 2

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Inglês - Aula 2

  1. 1. English Classes<br />Two<br />
  2. 2. PresentContinuous<br />Form:<br />[conjugate to be + presentparticiple]<br />
  3. 3. PresentContinuous<br />Form:<br />[conjugate to be + presentparticiple]<br />I – AM<br />He, She, It – IS<br />We, You, They – ARE<br />
  4. 4. PresentContinuous<br />+ ING<br />CVC Tônica<br />Cut – Cutting<br />Prefer – Preferring<br />Begin – Beginning<br />E<br />Write – Writing<br />Wave – Waving<br />Alocate - Alocating<br />
  5. 5. PresentContinuous<br />+ ING<br />EE<br />Agree – Agreeing<br />Vowel + L<br />Travel – Travelling<br />Channel – Channelling<br />IE<br />Die – Dying<br />Lie - Lying<br />
  6. 6. PresentContinuous<br />1) Now: expresstheideathatsomething is happening now, atthisverymoment.<br />Affirmative:<br />You are learningEnglishnow.<br />He is swimmingatthe pool.<br />Negative<br />Sheisn’twhispering.<br />Wearen’tshoutingnow.<br />Interrogative<br />Are yousleepingatthemoment?<br />Am I becominginsane?<br />
  7. 7. PresentContinuous<br />2) LongerActions in ProgressNow: in processofsomethingthatmightnotbe happening now.<br />Affirmative<br />I amstudying to become a freeway manager.<br />He is readingthe book Tom Sawyer.<br />Negative<br />Wearen’tworkingon a specialadvisementproject.<br />She is notplacingat a freelancerposition.<br />Interrogative<br />Are theyhaving big troubles?<br />Is hepracticing pool sports?<br />
  8. 8. PresentContinuous<br />3) Near Future: somethingthatwillhappen in thenear future.<br />Affirmative<br />I am meeting with some friendsafter work.<br />We are starting thejumplooseningsoon.<br />Negative<br />Bianca is notrippinghispaperworktomorrow.<br />Tom and Julia are notdatingthisweek.<br />Interrogative<br />Am I topplingthetabletomorrow?<br />Are wedecoctingthis weekend?<br />
  9. 9. PresentContinuous<br />4) RepetitionandIrritationwith “always”: expresstheideathatsomethingirritatingorshockingoftenhappens.<br />Affirmative<br />She is alwayscoming late to class<br />They are alwayscomplainingabout me<br />Attention!<br />I don’tlikeherbecauseshe is alwaysstealingthings<br />He doesn’tloveherbecauseshe is alwaysmockinghim<br />
  10. 10. PresentContinuous<br />Non-Continuous/MixedVerbs<br />She is lovingthis chocolate ice cream<br />Shelovesthis chocolate ice cream<br />They are needing some pencils<br />Theyneed some pencils<br />
  11. 11. SimplePast<br />Form:<br />[verb+ed] or irregular verbs<br />E: freed, <br />Vowel + Y: played<br />Consonant + Y: studied, dried<br />Tonic CVC: planned<br />
  12. 12. SimplePast<br />Auxiliar Verbs<br />DID / DID NOT<br />
  13. 13. SimplePast<br />1) CompletedAction in thePast: startedandfinishedat a specific time in the past.<br />Affirmative:<br />I traveled to Japanlastyear.<br />Sarah claimedherrightsyesterday.<br />Negative:<br />I didn’tsee a movielastweek.<br />Paul didn’teatatBarbara’slastnight.<br />Interrogative:<br />Didyouhavedinnerlastnight?<br />Didthey play with Jonas lastyear?<br />
  14. 14. SimplePast<br />2) Series ofCompletedActions: listofcompletedactions in the past.<br />Affirmative:<br />I finished work, walked to thebeachandfound a hut<br />Weapplied, trainedandwon!<br />Negative:<br />Wedidn’t play, eatandsleepyesterday.<br />John didn’t stand, sitandfight.<br />Interrogative:<br />Didyouaddflour, pourthemilkandaddtheeggs?<br />Didtheyjump over thefenceandrun over thebull?<br />
  15. 15. SimplePast<br />3) Duration in thePast: actionthat starts andstops in the past.<br />Affirmative:<br />I lived in Brazil for twoyears<br />Wefought over fivemonthsatAfghanistan<br />Negative<br />Theydidn’tstayatthepartyatthepartytheentire time<br />Interrogative<br />A: Howlongdidyouwait for them?<br />B: Wewaited for onehour.<br />
  16. 16. SimplePast<br />4) Habits in thePast: habitwhichstopped in the past.<br />Affirmative:<br />I studiedFrenchwhen I was a child<br />Sarah playedviolin 5 years ago<br />Negative<br />He didn’tnudgehisnosewhenhewas a child<br />Wedidn’tfightourselveswhenwewerechildren<br />Interrogative<br />Didyouswinwhenyouwere a kid?<br />Didthey play fanfarefiveyears ago?<br />
  17. 17. SimplePast<br />5) PastFactsorGeneralization: that are nottrueanymore.<br />Affirmative:<br />Shewas a shychild, butnowshe is veryoutgoing<br />Wewerecrybabies, butnowwe are bullies!<br />Negative<br />He didn’tliketomatoesbefore<br />Shewasn’t a jerklastyear<br />Interrogative<br />Didyoulive in Texas whenyouwereyounger?<br />Weretheystrongerlastyear?<br />

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