were was wasn’twas were was were was were weren’twas
I was born on _______ I was born in _______ My parents were born In _________ My grandparents were born in __________
Chopin Warsaw Poland Joan of Arc Paris France 1.Turn on 2.Ride 3.Tell 4.Play 5.Take 6.Use 7.Get 8.Run 9.Go 10.draw 1.Tur n on 2.Rid e 3.Tell 4.Pla y 5.Tak e 6.Use 7.Get 8.Run 9.Go 10.dra w
Nelson London England Garibaldi Rome Italy 1.Turn on 2.Ride 3.Tell 4.Play 5.Take 6.Use 7.Get 8.Run 9.Go 10.draw 1.Turn on 2.Ride 3.Tell 4.Play 5.Take 6.Use 7.Get 8.Run 9.Go 10.draw
Olga Denti & Luisanna Fodde Present simplePast simple Am, IsWas AreWere I’m not, he isn’t, they aren’tI wasn’t, she wasn’t, they weren’t Am I? Is he? Are they?Was I? Was she? Were they? Aren’t you? Isn’t she?Weren’t you? Wasn’t she? Present simplePast simple I’m a doctorI was a doctor She’s a teacherShe was a teacher They’re gorgeousThey were gorgeous Are they Italian?Were they Italian? Is she happy?Was she happy? Aren’t you George? Isn’t she Jane?Weren’t you George? Wasn’t she Jane?
Olga Denti & Luisanna Fodde From verb to person - + er/or Sell – seller Act – actor Love – lover From noun to person - + ist/ian Art – artist Music – musician Science – scientist
They bought two cheap tickets to Sydney 1 3 They arrived to Heathrow airport 2 They wanted to go to Australia They checked in and waited for the plane to leave 4 Six hours later they landed at a big airport 5 6 They changed planes
1 The plane landed after o nly an hour 78 We walked to the information desk
Olga Denti & Luisanna Fodde The suffix -ed can be pronounced in three different ways according to the verb ending 1. / ɪ d/ - verbs ending in -t and -d (start, end) 2. /t/ - verbs ending in -k, -ch, -sh, -ss, -p, -x (kissed, walked, washed, watched, pump, fix) 3. /d/ - the other verbs ending with a consonant and –e (turned, solved)
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