Simple Present PPT
Simple Present Tense Presentation by Kristi Reyes Simple Present Tense: Uses Everyday activities: What do you do every day? Routines, habits General truths What do these people do? bake cut / style hair build deliver draw / design drive fix / repair plumbing, appliances fly garden guard manage ...
(WHERE) + 3-11 THE SIMPLE PRESENT: ASKING INFORMATION QUESTIONS WITH WHERE * Question: Answer: Yes, he does. (The child has a toothbrush.) Does the child have a toothbrush? 3-11 Let’s Practice * Question: Answer: In the bathroom. Where does he brush his teeth? 3-11 Let ...
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PRESENT SIMPLE It ‘s always like this PRESENT SIMPLE We use the Present Simple to describe habits, facts, states and regular actions. It is the most common tense in English.
Present simple vs present continuous 3 Compare the present simple and continuous. A Routine vs moment ofspeaking James works for an investment magazine.
Active & Passive Voice Review Simple Present & Simple Past Tenses Now, practice with the past tense! Remember: The auxiliary verb for the active voice changes from do/does to did.
THE PRESENT SIMPLE : For actions which occur regularly, habits, permanent situations and general truths. On Sundays, I work. On Mondays, I wash my car.
Present Perfect Tense vs Past Simple Tense I worked Did I work ? I didn’t work REMEMBER ! Present Perfect Tense - action in the past ( we don’t know when ) with a result NOW ( present ) Past Simple Tense - we know exactly when an action happened in the past, it has nothing to do with NOW ...
English Encounters C Simple Present Tense Regular Verbs: Affirmative Joselma and Jorge walk Joselma walks Noun Subject They walk He (she, it) walks 3rd Person You walk You walk 2nd Person We walk I walk 1st Person Plural Singular Simple Present Tense Examples: Affirmative Jack goes to HCC ...
Present simple & present continuous Present simple Present continuous The present continuous is usually used with doing verbs (verbs of action) not with verbs of state.
PRESENT SIMPLE. She lives in London. They usually take the bus to work. She doesn’t like this kind of music. The film starts at 8:30. Facts. Habits and repeated actions
Simple Past vs. Present Perfect When do we use each tense in English? Remember: Grammar has meaning! Different grammar tenses are used in different situations or contexts and they carry different meanings.
The Present Tenses Simple Present and Present Continuous Simple Present Uses of the present simple To describe repeated actions or habits I get up at seven every morning To talk about things that are always or generally true The sun sets in the west To describe a permanent situation or a ...
English Verb Tense Review Simple Present Tense Otherwise known as the Timeless Present Simple Present Tense is used: When you are referring to habitual actions--actions that you always or never do When you are referring to unchanging truths When you are making general statements of fact Examples ...
Present simple and continuous Present simple Form: He/she/it works. I work. They work He doesn’t work. They don’t work. Does he work?
THE PRESENT SIMPLE TENSE (Affirmative) She works on her basket after dinner every day. THE PRESENT SIMPLE TENSE AFFIRMATIVE: WORK 3rd person singular - spelling 1.
the present simple or present progressive tense and give a reason for your choice. Can I call you back in a few minutes? I _____ dinner right now. (have) Reason? am having. have. This is happening right now. Have. is an action word in this sentence. Practice.
(1A)SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE MEANING Activities or events that occurring in the present. Summarizing pieces of writing, films, plays. Stating ongoing opinions, beliefs, habits, and facts. Ex: I ride a bike to school everyday.
* * * * When writing, it is important to be consistent in verb tense usage. There are three basic forms of verb tenses: past, present, and future. Simple and Perfect forms of these verbs are also used.
SIMPLE PAST or PRESENT PERFECT TENSE TN5/ADOWM2/EPG4 By Francisco Nakajima SIMPLE PAST TENSE We use it when the action in the PAST is DEFINITE. Last Monday, I had a difficult test.
Present perfect and past simple (I have done and I did) The present perfect is a present tense. It always tells us something about now. The past simple tells us only about the past.
In those cases Spanish uses the simple present tense. Notice the differences between English and Spanish in the following examples: La tía está cuidando al bebé en este momento. The aunt is taking care of the baby right now.
These are called the simple tenses. Examples: Present Tense Water covers most of the earth’s surface. Past Tense Many changes in the ocean happened over time. Future Tense Scientists will study more forms of ocean like in coming years.
English Simple Perfect Tenses By Yung-Chen Chung Quiz on the simple perfect tenses Present Perfect Tense have/has (not) + VERB-ed2 An action or emotion started in the past and has continued into the present.
VERBAL TENSES IN ENGLISH PRESENT SIMPLE. TO WORK (TRABAJAR) FORMA AFIRMATIVA I work You work He works She works It works We work You work They work FORMA NEGATIVA I do not (don’t) work You do not (don’t) work He does not (doesn’t) work She does not (doesn’t) work It does not (doesn’t ...
The past tenses are: the simple past, the past progressive, the past perfect, and the past perfect progressive. When you are writing about a subject, be sure to keep it in the same tense throughout your paper. Do This ... "Forming the Simple Present Tense."
Present Simple-NEGATIVE Well….. There isn’t a helping verb in a positive sentence. Therefore, we have to bring one into the sentence if we want to say a negative one.
ENGLISH TENSES and practice on the Internet PRESENT TENSES Present simple tense Use: for permanent situations and states for repeated/habitual actions for permanenth thruths or low of nature for timetables/programmes for reviews/sports/ commentaries/dramatic narrative Present continuous tense ...
VERB TENSES Cecília Hartt SIMPLE TENSES SIMPLE PRESENT SIMPLE PAST FUTURE CONDITIONAL SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE Used to talk about routines and habits.
1 Simple Past, Present Perfect, and Present Perfect Progressive Adventure Travel Focus on Grammar 4 Part I, Unit 3 By Ruth Luman, Gabriele Steiner, and BJ Wells
Present Simple Passive (1) Present Simple Passive (2) Present Continuous Passive Past Simple Passive Present Perfect Passive This presentation did not cover all the tenses but maybe it gave you an idea about how to form the passive.
The feature TENSE and the Simple Present in Truth-Conditional Pragmatics Kasia Jaszczolt University of Cambridge http://www.cus.cam.ac.uk/~kmj21
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Future Time Time Expressions Tomorrow next week next month next year soon in a month Future Time Be going to Will Simple Present Present Progressive Be going to Negatives (difference) I am not going to go home after class today.
Present-Tense Verbs Second Grade Grammar Present-Tense The tense of a verb tells when the action takes place. Present tense verbs work with singular and plural nouns.
Present Perfect X Present Perfect Continuous X Simple Past Answers Teacher Rafaela Mesquita Level: 1º A2 Past Simple or Present Perfect? 1. My friend is a writer.
Passive Voice Mag. Ursula Wabusseg Das Passiv in allen englischen Zeiten (12 Folien) PASSIVE VOICE (Present tense simple) PASSIVE VOICE (Past tense simple) ACTIVE OR PASSIVE?
What’s the difference between the Present Perfect and the Simple Past ? Bożena Klukowska Present Perfect Tense or the most confusing tense you have ever tried to understand ! What do you need the Present Perfect for ? to tell ...
VERB TENSE II- TENSE CONSISTENCY Simple present: She talks Present perfect: She has talked Simple past: She talked Past perfect: She had talked Future: She will talk Future perfect: She will have talked Keep both verbs in the present tense.
The Simple Present Tense Expresses a habit or often repeated action. Adverbs of frequency such as, often, seldom, sometimes, never, etc. are used with this tense. She goes to work everyday. They always eat lunch together. On your handout ...
Simple Present and Present Progressive Review Unit 1 Common Non-action Verbs (Stative) Emotions Admire Adore Appreciate Care Detest Dislike Doubt Envy fear Hate Hope Like Appendix 2 Love Regret Respect Trust List the verbs you use the most often.
Use the simple present in both clauses. if clause result clause if clause result clause Present Real Conditionals 2 If people get sick, if clause result clause they try herbal remedies. Conditional sentences have an if clause (condition) and a result clause.
Infinitive Simple Present Simple Past Past Participle Present Participle to laugh laugh(s) laughed laughed laughing to start start(s) started started starting to travel travel(s) traveled traveled traveling Or to fish, fish(es), fished, fished, fishing!
Present Perfect - Past Simple deosebiri Present Perfect Simple Past Simple 1. Momentul de desfasurare NU se cunoaste: A scris o poezie.
The simple present tense shows an action or state of being that is happening now or happens regularly. The simple past tense shows an action that occurred at a specified time in the past.
Changing Verbs From Present to Past and Future Second Grade Grammar Three Tenses of Verbs Past Tense Verbs Most past tense verbs end in “ed”, but there are several rules to use while changing the present to past tense.
Present Perfect Tense Present perfect tense expresses action completed at the present time (perfect means complete) or begun in the past and continuing into the present. This tense uses the helping verbs has and have and the past participle of the verb.
Verb Tense Review There are three forms of the present tense. Simple Present: He takes vitamins every day. Present Progressive: We are working on a project right now.
Tenses of Verbs Present Tense Past Tense Future Tense A verb in the present tense shows action that happens now. Storm clouds linger above the mountains.
PRESENT (it’s happening NOW.) PAST (it’s ALREADY happened.) FUTURE (it’s ABOUT to happen.) Present tense to past tense. The following sentences are written in the present tense. Try changing them to the past tense by putting Yesterday at the beginning of each.