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1 Facoltà di Scienze Economiche, Giuridiche e Politiche IngleseFacoltà di Scienze Economiche, Giuridiche e PoliticheCdL Economia e Gestione Aziendale UNIT 5 & 6a.a. 2013/2014
2 Past simple regular & irregular verbs Unit 6: OutlineUnit 5:Past simple regular & irregular verbsUnit 6:There is/are Vs. There was/wereHouses & furniture 64, 151
3 GRAMMAR BANK p. 131Was were was weren’tWere was was/wasn’t
4 GRAMMAR BANK p Ex. 5Ab1. were2. Was3. wasn’t was5. were6. was7. were8. was9. were10. weren’t was was
5 Past simple of to be … Present simple Past simple Am, Is Was Are Were I’m not, he isn’t, they aren’tI wasn’t, she wasn’t, they weren’tAm 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 simpleI’m a doctorI was a doctorShe’s a teacherShe was a teacherThey’re gorgeousThey were gorgeousAre 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?
8 GRAMMAR BANK p Ex. 5BaI watched TV yesterdayDid you listen to the radio yesterday?We studied English yesterdayHe didn’t work yesterdayThe film finished at 7.00 yesterdayI didn’t like the film yesterdayDid she smoke yesterday?She played tennis yesterday
10 Past simple regular verbs Base form of verb + –ed to (all persons, sing & plur)I work – I worked,she loves – loved,they play – played,I watch – they watchedVerbs ending in –e only add –d:love lovedVerbs ending in -y preceded by consonant undergo a morphological change:study – studied
11 -ed pronunciation Pronunciation of suffix -ed based on verb ending: /ɪd/ - verbs ending in -t and -d (start, end)/t/ - verbs ending in -k, -ch, -sh, -ss, -p, -x (kissed, walked, washed, watched, fixed)/d/ - all other verbs ending with consonant + –e (turned, solved)
12 Auxiliary verb in present tense: to do Therefore…Auxiliary verb in present tense: to doAuxiliary verb in past tense: did (same for all prsns).Did/didn’t always followed by lexical verb (base form)Ex. Where did you want to go?I wanted to go to the music store.Ex. What did she like?She liked those jeans.
16 studieddidn’t studyhelpeddidn’t helpplayeddidn’t playbookeddidn’t bookpainteddidn’t paintworkeddidn’t workshoweddidn’t show
17 1. stayed2. did not book3. Did you watch4. didn’t remember5. lived6. did you want7. arrived8. landed - turned on
18 Past simple irregular verbs They undergo morphological change only in affirmative sentences:She saw JaneThey met JulianWe drove to the beachThey bought a new carBUT …She didn’t see JaneThey didn’t meet JulianDid you drive to the beach?Didn’t they buy a new car?
33 I played cards with Gordon I went to bed at about 11.30I looked at my watch.I didn’t hear anythingMy father was a wonderful man, a perfect fatherI played cards with Barbara.I had a glass of whiskyThen I went to bed.I didn’t look at the time.I slept very well.I did not kill Jeremy.He was my partner andhe was my friend.I went to my room andI had a bath and I wentto bed at aboutI heard Amanda going into his room.I was in love with him.He used me, I was very angry with him.I didn’t kill him.What happened in the library? - Jeremy and Gordon spokeWhat did Gordon want to do? - Gordon wanted to marry BarbraDid Jeremy agree? - No, Jeremy didn’t agreeWho did Jeremy want to give his money to? - He wanted to give all his moneyto Claudia, his secretaryWhat did Gordon do at midnight? - Gordon killed Jeremy
34 Homework: Exercise p. 61 Workbook p. 40 Ex. 1.B. Was V. Woolf a writer?Yes, she wasWas J. McEnroe a footballer?No, he wasn’t
35 homeworkAfter reading the postcard on p. 73, write a postcard to your friend describing a city you like and your experience.