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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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-ing nouns Unit 1 New friends.
4A Would like Unit 4 At the food court © Educational Publishing House Ltd.
5A © Educational Publishing House Ltd Since and So Unit 1 A family outing to Cheung Chau Island.
am/is/are The food is placed in the oven. They are turned into heat.
1B © Educational Publishing House Ltd Behind, In front of & Near Unit 4 A petting farm.
Have something done. 1)One hundred copies of my report were printed. I ___________________________________.
TO HAVE GOT Now.
Say what you have done: Example: Open the door!
Present Perfect Continuous Form: have/has been + gerund (V+ing) e.g. We’ve been playing tennis for two hours. It hasn’t been raining. Have they been doing.
Plot Diagram: The Chocolate Touch
PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE. The present perfect simple expresses an action that is still going on or that stopped recently, but has an influence on the present.
The Present Perfect ( For or Since / Already and Yet ) Friday, 2oth May.
Do Now How can we better understand scientific words?
Oxford English Module 4 The natural world Water Period 3.
ALREADY & Yet Primary 5 ( 1 st term ) Do you remember how to use “already and yet”?
3A © Educational Publishing House Ltd Where can we buy …? Unit 2 At the shopping mall.
Both THE PRESENT PERFECT and THE PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS talk about something which started in the past and: either has a result in the present: He.
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