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Lesson one - grammar In his name
can She can ride a bike couldn’t She couldn’t ride a bike 5 years ago.
can He can play tennis. couldn’t He couldn’t play tennis 10 years ago.
can they can read and write now. couldn’t they couldn’t read and write 6 years ago.
We can go shopping. 10 years ago. We couldn’t go shopping.
I can eat pizza. He can drive. we can buy stuff. he can bowl. I couldn't eat pizza. He couldn’t drive. We couldn’t buy stuff. He couldn’t bowl.
TIME LINE 7 Present future Past Can + verb Now Could + verb I can eat pizza.I could drink milk. I can’t understand chinese. I couldn’t understand English. + can - Can’t + could- Couldn't
We can leave now. Your turn We could leave yesterday. They cant have a big breakfast. They couldn’t have a big breakfast. Can he drive a car?Could he drive a car?
-I must go. See you tomorrow. -See you. -Hi. How are you ? -I’m fine. Thanks. -I’m sorry. I had to go yesterday. tomorrow -No problem.
I have an exam tomorrow. I must stay at home. NowAfter the exam I had to stay at home yesterday, But now I’m free.
11 TIME LINE Present future Past must + verb Now Had to + verb I must see him.I had to see him We must leave now. We had to leave last night.
Your turn I must get up early.I had to get up early. We must pay attention to the teacher. We had to pay attention to the teacher.
Preference Rather Vs Prefer. Would rather/sooner Would rather/(sooner) + V1 Present/Future I would rather (sooner) stay home than go out.
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Suggestion Key Expression Shall we + Verb~? ( ~ ?) Shall we dance? Example Shall we go to see a movie? Shall we play the piano? Suggest Suggest.
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MODAL VERBS Tuesday, August 02nd. MODAL VERBS CAN CAN’T BE ABLE TO For general ability in the present or future Example: Helen is able to speak two foreign.
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Grammar Lesson Plan- Auxiliary Verb Instructor: Po-Yi Hung Presenter: Sadia Date: December 31, 2008 can could be able to.
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Make a sentence! to play tennis to cook to listen to music.
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The life used to be different. People used to dress differently in the past. Women used to wear long dresses. Did they use to carry parasols with them?
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I have already read his letter. I’ve never been to Italy. I’ve lost my keys. (I can’t find them now) Indefinite time in the past - we don’t say.
Can – May - Should How do we use them? Modal Verbs Can, may, and should are modal verbs. There are many other modal verbs, like may, must, and could.
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Would you like to come to tea? Do you want to play with me? Come to tea! Play with me? We can sit and watch TV.
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SECOND PARTIAL REVIEW INTENSIVE ONE. PRESENT TENSE AFFIRMATIVE SENTENCESINTERROGATIVE SENTENCES NEGATIVE SENTENCES I YOU + VERB WE THEY We study English.
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.
Lecture Eight Verb and Verb Phrase (V) Modal auxiliaries Morphologically, modal auxiliaries have no non-finite forms and are not marked for concord with.
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Match the words page 32 and grammar page tennis 2. football 3. swimming 4. skiing 5. Indian food 6. Chinese food 7. Pizza 8. burger 9. orange 10.
Past Modals Mustafa Güneş. could + V1 was/were able to + V1 My brother was able to write at the age of 4. I could jump up to 1.60 when I was ten years.
Ability can, could and be able to. Ability present She can do many things. Use can or be able to to talk about ability in the present. She’s able to do.
English Lesson 104 On the phone & a date 在电话和日期. English Lesson 104 On the phone & making an appointment 1.Making a phone call 2.Making an appointment.
Present Perfect Unstated/ Indefinite time Ex. Teddy has bought a new bike. (we don’t know when) Past Simple Stated/Definite time Ex. Teddy bought.
The simple present tense. Express habits.. I usually sleep early. We sometimes travel. She always reads the newspaper. He often drives his car to work.
Modal verbs (1). Present and future ability *can /can’t *be (un)able to E.g. Peter can ride a bike. I can’t speak Japanese. I can come out with you tomorrow.
PRESENT SIMPLE. Hi! My name’s Tom. I’m thirteen years old. I’m from Manchester, in England. I study 2nd year of secondary school. I don’t like school.
ANDREA MARTÍNEZ VELA ANA CREMADES BERTÓ. Reported speech is saying what other people said before. A few changes are necessary. You usually have to change.
Go foward YESTERDAY Past time Go back Tomorrow Future time TODAY Present time.
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1. 去旅行 ______________ 2. 想起 ______________ 3. （在 ) 不做某事（的情况下） ____________ 4. 一个令人吃惊的聚会 __________________ 5. 将 …… 带到 …… ________________ 6. 收到某人的信 ________________.
Explanation Affirmative Sentences and Questions Both could and was/were able to can be used when talking about abilities or skills that existed during.
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