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  1. 1. Unit 7: Lesson C We’ve been friends for six years.
  2. 2. Page 68 Vocabulary: More Personality Traits trait = personal characteristic or quality
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  5. 5. Page 68 agreeable considerate
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  7. 7. Page 68 fair decisive
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  9. 9. Page 68 mature
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  11. 11. Page 68 patient reliable
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  13. 13. a f e d h g c b Page 68 opposite words beginning with dis- im- in- un-
  14. 14. dis- im- in- un- disagreeable immature inconsiderate unfair dishonest impatient indecisive unreliable Page 68, Ex. 1B
  15. 15. Page 69 Conversation: Time to say you’re sorry. A. How does Lance describe Jill’s reaction? B. What word does Lance use to describe himself?
  16. 16. Page 69 Conversation: Time to say you’re sorry. A. How does Lance describe Jill’s reaction? unfair and a little immature B. What word does Lance use to describe himself? inconsiderate
  17. 17. Page 69 Grammar Present Perfect with for and since
  18. 18. How have You been?
  19. 19. Function The Present Perfect Tense is used to describe an action that began in the past and continues to now. We also use the Present Perfect to say that an action happened at an unspecified time before now. The exact time is not important.
  20. 20. She has seen that movie twenty times. I think I have met him once before. People have not traveled to Mars. Have you read the book yet? Examples
  21. 21. Form I/you/we/they + have + past participle He/she/it + has + past participle
  22. 22. Form What are past participles??? Verb Forms: base form - simple past - past participle (refer to p.151) Regular Verbs: like - liked - liked work - worked - worked study - studied - studied play - played - played Irregular verbs: eat - ate - eaten drive - drove - driven have - had - had write - wrote - written buy… choose… swim… take… wear
  23. 23. Form I have been to France twice. Ruby has never broken a leg. Have you ever eaten sushi?
  24. 24. Function We often use since and for to say how long the action has lasted.  “since” specifies the starting point  “for” specifies the amount of time To talk about an action which started in the past and continues up to now
  25. 25. Mary has loved chocolate since she was a little girl. I have had a cold for two weeks. She has been in England for six months. Examples
  26. 26. He has been a doctor for more than ten years. We haven’t seen Louis since Friday. Function
  27. 27. ‘since’  We use 'since' to specify the starting point in the past “I've known Sam since 1992.” “I haven’t spoken with her since last Monday.” “She's been here since 2 p.m.”
  28. 28. ‘for’  We use 'for' to specify an amount of time (minutes, hours, weeks, months, years) “She’s known Sam for 10 years.” “We’ve been here for 3 hours.” “I’ve had this cold for a week now.”
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  30. 30. since for since since since for for for Page 69

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