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Jobs And Professions

  1. 1. Jobs and professions Positive Sentences in Present tense By Profr. Jose M. Jaramillo S. September, 2007
  2. 2. Vocabulary
  3. 3. Actor
  4. 4. Actress Astronaut Carpenter Cashier
  5. 5. Construction worker Dentist Doctor Policeman
  6. 6. Fireman
  7. 7. Postman Nurse Driver Pilot
  8. 8. Teacher Waiter Hairdresser Student
  9. 9. Cook Waitress Secretary
  10. 10. Verbs
  11. 11. Answer the telephone Write Count Sing
  12. 12. Dance Play Go Study Play
  13. 13. Cook Use a computer Fly Fix
  14. 14. Give Take orders Sell
  15. 15. Do exercise Have friends
  16. 16. Present Tense The Simple Present is used to make statements about the present time. It is used in the following ways: <ul><li>I work in the school. </li></ul><ul><li>You study English in the CAADI. </li></ul><ul><li>We listen music every afternoon. </li></ul><ul><li>They sing in a dance club on weekends. </li></ul><ul><li>I teach Mathematics in the school. </li></ul>
  17. 17. If you look this examples you will see the spelling doesn't change, except for the third person singular (He, She, It) which adds an &quot; s &quot; to the verb. For example &quot;I work - He works &quot;. work you work We work They works It works She works He work You work I
  18. 18. Sometimes other spelling rules also apply to He, She and It . All the following verbs add &quot; es &quot; instead of &quot; s &quot;:
  19. 19. Verb Endings Verbs ending in – o, x, s, x, ch, sh add “es” do - do es   go - go es pass - pass es kiss - kiss es fix - fix es mix - mix es match – match es watch - watch es push – push es wash - wash es
  20. 20. Verbs ending in a consonant and - y often change the - y to - ies try – tr ies   cry - cr ies carry - carr ies study - stud ies Verbs such as “play&quot; have no consonant before the &quot; y &quot;, so you simply add – s as usual. buy - buy s  pay - pay s
  21. 21. Let's practice! WRITE THE 3RD. PESON OF THE NEXT VERBS. DANCE ______________ HAVE ________________ WASH ______________ PLAY _____ ___________ GO ______________ LIKE ________________ FIX ______________ SLEEP ________________ SWIM ______________ WORK _________________ STUDY ______________ DO _________________ WATCH ______________ FIX _________________ LISTEN_______________ COOK _________________
  22. 22. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES, CHECK THE EXAMPLE. 1. __He is a thief . (thief) 2. __He works on the streets. . (work/street) 3. __ He robs the banks and houses . (rob/banks) 1.____________________________________ (taxi driver) 2.____________________________________ (drive/taxi) 3.___________________________________ (work/street) 1.____________________________________ (teacher) 2.____________________________________ (teach/mathematics) 3.____________________________________ (make/plans) <ul><li>____________________________________ (construction worker) </li></ul><ul><li>_______ _____________________________ (work/company) 3.________ _____________________________ (build/houses) </li></ul><ul><li>____________________________________ (receptionist) </li></ul><ul><li>____________________________________ (answer/telephone) </li></ul><ul><li>____________________________________ (speak/French and English) </li></ul><ul><li>____________________________________ (painter) </li></ul><ul><li>____________________________________ (paint/flowers) </li></ul><ul><li>____________________________________ (have/exhibition) </li></ul>
  23. 23. Let’s continue in your books!! More information: [email_address]

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