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5B © Educational Publishing House Ltd Yet Unit 3 Open Day with open arms
5B Unit 3 © Educational Publishing House Ltd Yet We use yet to ask if something has happened.
5B Unit 3 © Educational Publishing House Ltd Yet We use not … yet to talk about things that have not happened.
5B Unit 3 © Educational Publishing House Ltd Example 1 Have you made the strawberry pudding yet? No, I haven’t made the strawberry pudding yet.
5B Unit 3 © Educational Publishing House Ltd Example 2 Has Mr Wong finished his work yet? No, he hasn’t finished his work yet.
Children, now it’s your turn. 5B Unit 3 © Educational Publishing House Ltd
5B Unit 3 © Educational Publishing House Ltd Question 1 Has Eddie packed all the vegetables ? No, he packed all the vegetables. hasn’t yet
5B Unit 3 © Educational Publishing House Ltd Question 2 Have you put the tiramisu in the fridge ? No, I put the tiramisu in the fridge. haven’t yet
5B Unit 3 © Educational Publishing House Ltd Question 3 No, she hasn’t watered the plant yet. Has Amy watered the plant yet? water the plant Amy
5B Unit 3 © Educational Publishing House Ltd Question 4 No, he hasn’t washed the clothes yet. Has Dad washed the clothes yet? wash the clothes Dad
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3A © Educational Publishing House Ltd -ing nouns Unit 1 New friends.
1B © Educational Publishing House Ltd Behind, In front of & Near Unit 4 A petting farm.
PRESENT PERFECT. This tense is used to express an action which is over just now or completed today. In this tense the third form of the verb (V3- PP)
5A © Educational Publishing House Ltd Since and So Unit 1 A family outing to Cheung Chau Island.
4A Would like Unit 4 At the food court © Educational Publishing House Ltd.
3A © Educational Publishing House Ltd How …? Unit 6 Lovely animals.
Of. and a to the in is you that it at be.
The. of and a to in is you that it he was.
am/is/are The food is placed in the oven. They are turned into heat.
Dolch Words the of and to a in that is was.
Third Person ‘s’ This means putting an ‘s’ at the end of the verb when you are writing or talking about one other person or thing E.g. I walk…….. He walks.
High Frequency Words List A Group 1. the of and.
Intermediate 1 ESOL Grammar Verbs: The Correct Tense The Present Simple.
D e b r i e f i n g DEBRIEFING Reflecting on our experiences of the workshops and how they relate to our lives!
Verb Have got I ve got a lot of friends in the street We havent got any friends near us She has got lot of friends.
The. of and a to in is you that it he for.
Lets build fluency! The people By the water You and I.
I have worked I havent worked Have I worked?. Present Perfect Positive + I have worked = Ive worked You have worked = youve worked We have worked = weve.
Can you see?. I like him. When will we go? All or some.
Unit 8 Fashion Grammar What are they doing? They are playing basketball. What are they doing? They are playing football.
PRESENT PERFECT Teacher Silvino Sieben 2nd grade of HS.
SEN Knowing and Growing How to Make Good Choices.
Where, were, were and wear.. Where Where refers to a place. It can be a question word! Examples : Where are you going? That's where I put it. More examples?
Welcome to class. Please speak English only! Subject: Simple past tense Powerpoint by Tom Grundy Designed for Hong Kong primary children.
C 2.33 S 42. do the washing do the shopping clean the windows do the ironing make the beds sweep the floor take out the rubbish.
High-Frequency Phrases First 100 Words. The people.
Period 5 Grammar: Past Perfect tense You had already cleaned the blackboard before I entered the classroom. What happened first? A: You cleaned the blackboard.
© Educational Publishing House Ltd 4A Module 2 Food and Drink Write a recipe for the Crazy Dish Competition Unit 3 Time to cook Unit 4 At the food court.
A Review of the Tenses. The Present Tenses Simple Continuous Perfect.
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