Then & Now & PunctuationPast Simple, Regular Verbs, Irregular Verbs, Words that go                        together   Belin...
~ Past Simple ~  The Past Simple ~expresses a pastaction that is finished.1.   I lived in Rome when I was six.2.   She sta...
Past Simple ~ Positive    IHe/She/It              To            Moved  We                 Denver  You        went   in 188...
Past Simple ~ NegativeWe use didn’t + infinitive (without to) in             all persons.    IHe/She/It                 Di...
Past Simple ~ QuestionWe use did + infinitive (without to) in all               persons.                           I      ...
Past Simple ~ Yes/No Questions                   You                  She         Like        The class?         Did      ...
Past Simple ~ spelling of regular verbs   The Normal Rule is to add = ed      1. Work = ed --- Worked      2. Start = ed -...
Past Simple ~ spelling of regular              verbsIf the verb has only one syllable, and      ends in one vowel and one ...
Past Simple ~ spelling of regular             verbs Verbs that end in a consonant + - y change to – ied.         1. Study ...
Past Simple ~ Negative             ~ Negative ~Negatives in the Past Simple are the same               in all persons.   I...
Past Simple ~ Ago                     Ten yearsI went to the USA   Two weeks    Ago.                      A month
Time Expressions            The twentieth century.                    1924               Winter/summerIn     In      The e...
Prepositions ~  What’s on television this          evening?      I’m on the bus.We spoke for an hour on the           phon...
Vocabulary &             Pronunciation  -al      -ion        -ing        -er     -ence1.I watched televis___ last night   ...
Adjectives  Use one of the endings to  complete the adjectives: -y -ly -ous -ful -able -ive         -ed -ent          -ic ...
What is punctuation?      Question mark – when do we use it? Why do we          use it? We use it when we are asking      ...
What is punctuation?                        Punctuation  When speaking, we can pause or change the tone of our  voices to ...
Capitalization
Capitalization Rules                        Rule 1              Capitalize the first              word of a quoted        ...
Rule 2Capitalize a proper noun.        Example:  Golden Gate Bridge
Rule 3Capitalize a persons title when it precedes the name.    Do not capitalize when the title is acting as a            ...
Rule 4Capitalize the personstitle when it follows thename on the address or      signature line.       Example:       Sinc...
Rule 5  Capitalize the titles of high-ranking government officials whenused before their names. Do not capitalize the civi...
Rule 6 Capitalize any title  when used as a  direct address.     Example:  Will you take mytemperature, Doctor          ?
Rule 7Capitalize points of the compass only when they refer to specific regions.                                Examples: ...
Rule 8Always capitalize the first and last words of titles of publications regardless of their parts of speech. Capitalize...
Rule 9Capitalize federal or state when used as part of an official agency name orin government documents where these terms...
Rule 10  You may capitalize words such as department, bureau, and office if youhave prepared your text in the following   ...
Rule 11   Do not capitalize names of seasons.                Example:I love autumn colors and spring flowers.
Rule 12Capitalize the first wordof a salutation and the     first word of a complimentary close.       Examples: Dear Ms. ...
Rule 13        Capitalize words derived from proper nouns.                          Example:                I must take En...
Rule 14Capitalize the names of specific course titles.                 Example:     I must take history and Algebra 2.
Rule 15After a sentence ending with a colon, do not capitalize the first                    word if it begins a list.     ...
Rule 16 Do not capitalize when only one sentence follows a sentence                     ending with a colon.              ...
Rule 17    Capitalize when two or more sentences follow a sentence                      ending with a colon.              ...
Then and now   past simple - with punctuation rules
Then and now   past simple - with punctuation rules
Then and now   past simple - with punctuation rules
Then and now   past simple - with punctuation rules
Then and now   past simple - with punctuation rules
Then and now   past simple - with punctuation rules
Then and now   past simple - with punctuation rules
Then and now   past simple - with punctuation rules
Then and now   past simple - with punctuation rules
Then and now   past simple - with punctuation rules
Then and now   past simple - with punctuation rules
Then and now   past simple - with punctuation rules
Then and now   past simple - with punctuation rules
Then and now   past simple - with punctuation rules
Then and now   past simple - with punctuation rules
Then and now   past simple - with punctuation rules
Then and now   past simple - with punctuation rules
Then and now   past simple - with punctuation rules
Then and now   past simple - with punctuation rules
Then and now   past simple - with punctuation rules
Then and now   past simple - with punctuation rules
Then and now   past simple - with punctuation rules
Then and now   past simple - with punctuation rules
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  1. 1. Then & Now & PunctuationPast Simple, Regular Verbs, Irregular Verbs, Words that go together Belinda Baardsen, American Ex Pat, Saudi Arabia
  2. 2. ~ Past Simple ~ The Past Simple ~expresses a pastaction that is finished.1. I lived in Rome when I was six.2. She started to work when she was eight.****The Form of the Past Simple – isthe same in all persons.
  3. 3. Past Simple ~ Positive IHe/She/It To Moved We Denver You went in 1885. They
  4. 4. Past Simple ~ NegativeWe use didn’t + infinitive (without to) in all persons. IHe/She/It Didn’t Move To We Did not go Denver. You They
  5. 5. Past Simple ~ QuestionWe use did + infinitive (without to) in all persons. I YouWhen He/she/it did We Go?Where They
  6. 6. Past Simple ~ Yes/No Questions You She Like The class? Did They enjoy The game? Etc. No, I didn’t. / No, we didn’t. Yes, she did. No, they didn’t.
  7. 7. Past Simple ~ spelling of regular verbs The Normal Rule is to add = ed 1. Work = ed --- Worked 2. Start = ed --- Started *If the verb ends with – e, add – d. 1. Live = d --- Lived 2. Love = d --- loved
  8. 8. Past Simple ~ spelling of regular verbsIf the verb has only one syllable, and ends in one vowel and one consonant, double the consonant. 1. Stop = ped ---- Stopped 2. Plan = ned ----- Planned
  9. 9. Past Simple ~ spelling of regular verbs Verbs that end in a consonant + - y change to – ied. 1. Study = ied ---- studied 2. Carry = ied ---- carried
  10. 10. Past Simple ~ Negative ~ Negative ~Negatives in the Past Simple are the same in all persons. IHe/She Go out We Didn’t See Tom Last night. You Watch TV They
  11. 11. Past Simple ~ Ago Ten yearsI went to the USA Two weeks Ago. A month
  12. 12. Time Expressions The twentieth century. 1924 Winter/summerIn In The evening/the morning September 10 OctoberOn On Saturday Sunday evening Seven o’clockAt At Weekends night
  13. 13. Prepositions ~ What’s on television this evening? I’m on the bus.We spoke for an hour on the phone.Some people do research on the internet. We didn’t laugh at his joke.There was knock at the door. Today’s the third of April.
  14. 14. Vocabulary & Pronunciation -al -ion -ing -er -ence1.I watched televis___ last night after I had dinn_____.2.I watched television last night after I had dinner.Turn to page (63) of your Headway Plus Book – and fill in the blanks with the correct endings. Review
  15. 15. Adjectives Use one of the endings to complete the adjectives: -y -ly -ous -ful -able -ive -ed -ent -ic -antThis ice cream is delic____. Ilove it! But, it’s veryexpens____.This ice cream is delicious. Ilove it! But, it’s veryexpensive.**Turn to Page**63**Complete
  16. 16. What is punctuation? Question mark – when do we use it? Why do we use it? We use it when we are asking questions, and we want the reader to know it.
  17. 17. What is punctuation? Punctuation When speaking, we can pause or change the tone of our voices to indicate emphasis. When writing, we must use punctuation to indicate these places of emphasis. Thisresource should help to clarify when and how to use various marks of punctuation.
  18. 18. Capitalization
  19. 19. Capitalization Rules Rule 1 Capitalize the first word of a quoted sentence. Examples: He said, "Treat her as you would your own daughter.“ "Look out!" she screamed. "You almost ran into my child."
  20. 20. Rule 2Capitalize a proper noun. Example: Golden Gate Bridge
  21. 21. Rule 3Capitalize a persons title when it precedes the name. Do not capitalize when the title is acting as a description following the name. Examples: Chairperson Petrov Ms. Petrov, the chairperson of the company, will address us at noon.
  22. 22. Rule 4Capitalize the personstitle when it follows thename on the address or signature line. Example: Sincerely,Ms. Haines, Chairperson
  23. 23. Rule 5 Capitalize the titles of high-ranking government officials whenused before their names. Do not capitalize the civil title if it is used instead of the name. Examples: The president will address Congress. All senators are expected to attend.The governors, lieutenant governors, and attorneys general called for a special task force. Governor Fortinbrass, Lieutenant Governor Poppins, King Abdullah, Queen Elizabeth, Attorney General Dalloway, and Senators James and Twain will attend.
  24. 24. Rule 6 Capitalize any title when used as a direct address. Example: Will you take mytemperature, Doctor ?
  25. 25. Rule 7Capitalize points of the compass only when they refer to specific regions. Examples: We have had three relatives visit from the South. Go south three blocks and then turn left. We live in the southeast section of town.Southeast is just an adjective here describing section, so it should not be capitalized.
  26. 26. Rule 8Always capitalize the first and last words of titles of publications regardless of their parts of speech. Capitalize other words within titles, including the short verb forms Is, Are, and Be. Exception: Do not capitalize little words within titles such asa, an, the, but, as, if, and, or, nor, or prepositions, regardless of their length. Examples: The Day of the Jackal What Color Is Your Parachute? A Tale of Two Cities
  27. 27. Rule 9Capitalize federal or state when used as part of an official agency name orin government documents where these terms represent an official name. If they are being used as general terms, you may use lowercase letters. Examples: The state has evidence to the contrary. That is a federal offense. The State Board of Equalization collects sales taxes. We will visit three states during our summer vacation. The Federal Bureau of Investigation has been subject to much scrutiny and criticism lately. Her business must comply with all county, state, and federal laws.
  28. 28. Rule 10 You may capitalize words such as department, bureau, and office if youhave prepared your text in the following way: Example: The Bureau of Land Management (Bureau) has some jurisdiction overIndian lands. The Bureau is finding its administrative role to be challenging.
  29. 29. Rule 11 Do not capitalize names of seasons. Example:I love autumn colors and spring flowers.
  30. 30. Rule 12Capitalize the first wordof a salutation and the first word of a complimentary close. Examples: Dear Ms. Mohamed:My dear Mr. Sanchez: Very truly yours,
  31. 31. Rule 13 Capitalize words derived from proper nouns. Example: I must take English and math.English is capitalized because it comes from the proper noun England, but math does not come from Mathland.
  32. 32. Rule 14Capitalize the names of specific course titles. Example: I must take history and Algebra 2.
  33. 33. Rule 15After a sentence ending with a colon, do not capitalize the first word if it begins a list. Example: These are my favorite foods: chocolate cake, spaghetti, and artichokes.
  34. 34. Rule 16 Do not capitalize when only one sentence follows a sentence ending with a colon. Example:I love Jane Smileys writing: her book, A Thousand Acres, was beautiful.
  35. 35. Rule 17 Capitalize when two or more sentences follow a sentence ending with a colon. Example:I love Jane Smileys writing: Her book, A Thousand Acres, was beautiful. Also, Moo was clever.

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