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Request with If Clause
Is it OK if ………? Do you mind if ……..? Followed by the present tenses.
Do you mind if I spend all my money for traveling around the world.?
Is it OK if I dont take an umbrella?
Is it OK if I smoke a cigarette here
Do you mind if we bake you?
Do you mind if I bite you?
Do you mind if I drive your car?
Do you mind if I eat you?
Is it OK If I have a rest under the tree?
Request with Modals
wonder if …… Can I ……. Could I ……… Followed by modals
Can I drive your helicopter?
I wander if I could ride your horse
I wonder if I could walk under the snow.
I was wondering if you would mind being like this.
I wander if you could drive more carefully.
Request with Gerunds
Would you mind + gerund Would you mind + past tense
Would you mind playing football with me?
Would you mind if I graduated from the university?
Would you mind I I used your computer?
Would you mind drinking something at the PUB
Would you mind dancing with me?
Would you mind if I drove your car.
Would mind traveling around the world?
Would you mind answering the phone?
Requests with modals, if clauses and gerunds. Requests with modal verbs Can… I borrow your pen? you lend me a jacket? I use your deodorant? Could…
First Conditional or Real Conditional 1.If + present simple + modals.
Reading a book Playing the guitar Eating an icecream.
We are….superheroes! By Maria Tufekchieva. What do you know about verbs in English? They are three main groups They are three main groupsAuxiliaryMainModal.
GERUNDS AND INFINITIVES - 1 Use the gerund (verb + ing) 1. After prepositions and phrasal verbs. I’m very good at remembering names. She’s given up smoking.
GO PLAY WITH MICKEY. COOK PAINT SURF RUN SLEEP WALK DRIVE SWIM Mickey is painting.
INFINITIVE WITH TO - The infinitive is the base form of the verb. It is often used with “to”. - It can be positive (to be) or negative (not to be). “I.
Conversation One.. Past tense: When we talk about something that has already happened. We use the past tense. Past PresentFuture E.g. Yesterday, I went.
should He should go to the doctor. should He should take an aspirin. should He should drink a cup of tea with two panadols. Advice= SHOULD Abilities=
Present Perfect and Simple Past (II) By Dragana Filipovic.
cancouldmaymightwill wouldmustshallshouldought to Here's a list of the modal verbs in English:
Past Continuous Tense We use this tense to talk about actions that were going on, or happening at a certain moment in the past. At this time last Saturday,
Present/Future Unreal (Untrue) Conditionals Present/Future Real (True) Conditionals.
Simple Past Tense. The simple past is used to talk about activities that began and ended in the past. e.g. yesterday, last week, one hour ago, two days.
Excuse me. Your smoke is bothering me. Would you mind not smoking here? Could you please smoke outside?
GERUNDS AND INFINITIVES VERBS FOLLOWED BY “TO” OR “-ING”
Now Todds Box Cumulative Review. so Todds Box Cumulative Review.
Modal Verbs May – Might – Could to express possibility.
THEY ARE DANCE. THEY ARE DANCING. THEY ARE DANCEING. NEXT.
The cow is____________ the floor. cleaning running dancing cleaning What’s the cow doing?
We use used to for Past habits that have changed I used to drive to work. (But now I go by bike.) Past situations or states She used to be a lawyer. He.
CAN YOU SEE THE DIFFERENCE? 1 In two years´time I´ll write my novel. 2 In three years´time I´ll be writing my novel. 3 In four years´time I´ll have written.
That’s me My name is Jessica. I‘m 11 years old.. My hobbies I like riding a horse, but I don‘t like playing football. In the afternoons I often want to.
Modal Verb Modal verbs are also called auxiliary verbs, helping verbs and modal auxiliaries. Modal verbs are not complete verbs,
What did you do for your holidays?. decorate a Christmas tree Did you decorate a Christmas tree? Question Answer Yes, I did. No, I didnt. I decorated.
Reality Check By: Micaela Trueax. HOUSING Portland For housing in Portland I wanted a 2 bedroom apartment. It would cost me $935 a month to get what.
You’d better listen!. I need to make 1 elephant into 2 elephants but I can only move 2 lines. Advice: You’d better make a PREGNANT ELEPHANT then. PREGNANT.
Factual Conditional Present Unit 21. Form: two clauses if clause + main clause condition result If it snows,the airport closes. present present or The.
Infinitive or –ing form ?? with little or no difference in meaning like, love, cannot bear, begin, start, hate, prefer, continue Like + -ing = We enjoy.
MODAL VERBS: NEED NEED. NEED IN THE PRESENT TENSE POSITIVE: I need to brush up my English. NEGATIVE: DON’T NEED TO is generally used when the situation.
MODAL VERBS. Modal auxiliary verbs can, can’t, could be able to, be allowed to may, might must, have to, need mustn’t, needn’t shall, should, ought to.
LET’S REVIEW THESE TOPICS: EMBEDDED QUESTIONS GERUND AS A SUBJECT AND AN OBJECT. NEED + NOUN PHRASE CONDITIONAL SENTENCES.
Tuesday, May 15th, Last Class CAN Ability / Possibility Inability / Impossibility Asking for Permission Request.
Urban, Suburban and Rural Communities Transportation Created by Mrs. Robert.
Complex Infinitives to wash: (simple) infinitive to be washing: continuous infinitive to have washed: perfect infinitive to have been washing: perfect.
If you don`t want Santa Claus was not wrong when choosing a gift and gave you what, write him a letter! If you don`t want Santa Claus was not wrong when.
Verbs for Past, Present, and Future. Day 1 Remember that a verb tells what someone or something does. A verb can show action. Identify the verb in each.
Grammar Reference: Modal Verbs Upgrade 1 - Unit 6.
Decision Making Scenarios. Case Study #3- Cannabis I was offered to smoke cannabis I- peer pressure might force me to smoke the cigarette B- take cigarette.
Editing for Parallelism Sara Selby & Chris Tognocchi.
The Quiet American Elaboración propia. Derechos cedidos a la Junta de Extremadura Paco travels to Southeast Asia: The Quiet American.
MODALS PART 2 Unit 7 Grammar Forms & Functions 3.
Present Perfect Dragana Filipovic. Present Perfect Simple have / has + past participle I have seen the film before. She has seen the film before. Have.
SUMMER HOLIDAYS By the end of the lesson you’ll be able to - choose and describe a place for your holidays, - choose means of travelling, - speak about.
Uncle Ed is very old. He likes to remember things he did in the past. With some action words or verbs we add Uncle Ed’s name to change the verb to past.
Verb Tense Six Tenses. Verb Tense: Present Tense Shows action that is happening NOW. –I sing in the shower. –I walk the dog. –She cuts the cake. –He drives.
MODALS. Form Modal verbs are followed by infinitives: I can swim You ought to learn how to swim Modal verbs can also be followed by Have + Third form.
Modal verb CAN, followed by another verb at base form, used to specify the skill to do something. AFFERMATIVEINTERROGATIVEI/you He/She/itcan sing.Canhe/she/it.
Timekeepers. 1. You should use a personal organizer to get an overview. 2. Spend your time on the right and important things. 3. Be concentrated! 4. Just.
This modal auxiliary indicates opportunities we have in order to complete something. I can go to the gym on weekends. S Aux VSF The auxiliary.
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