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Unit 2

  1. 1. Cristian Fontanez L. English Teacher M.A. in English Language Teaching
  2. 2. : Let’s watch “The mistery of the castle”. LESLIE : I’ve already seen it! I watched it last Friday! PETER : What about “The secret in the lake”? LESLIE PETER : Stanley and I have seen that, too! : Well, you’ve already seen all the videos! LESLIE What can we do now? PETER : We could watch the football match on TV!
  3. 3. Past Simple Utilizamos el pasado simple para hablar de  eventos ya terminados o que ocurrieron antes del momento del habla.  Orlando lost his hearing at the age of five.  “Before then, I didn’t know I was deaf and that I was different!. English in Mind 3A, p.12.
  4. 4. Formamos el pasado simple con verbos  regulares agregando la terminación –ed al infinitivo. Visit = They visited churches and musemus. Con los verbos irregulares, debemos cambiar  el verbo por su forma correspondiente en pasado. Go = He went to a restaurant. [Ver tabla de verbos irregulares.]
  5. 5.  Formamos el negativo del pasado simple con didn’t (did not) y el verbo en infinitivo  He didn’t like old churches.  Formamos preguntas con did o didn’t y el verbo en infinitivo. Did he like old churches? 
  6. 6. Present perfect Usamos el presente perfecto simple  para conectar el pasado y el “ahora”.  Deaf teenagers Orlando Chavez (16) and German Resendiz (17) have been friends since kindergarten. English in Mind 3A, p.12.
  7. 7. Formamos el presente perfecto con  have/has y un verbo en participio.
  8. 8. Usamos diferentes expresiones para el pasado  simple y el presente perfecto. Past simple Present perfect Ten minutes ago For Yesterday Since Last week Just When I was… Already Yet Ever never
  9. 9. References Bolton & Goodey. English Grammar in Steps.  Richmond Publishing. 1996. Puchta & Stranks. English in Mind 3A. Cambridge  University Press. 2007.

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