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Top Notch 2 Unit 1 GEPT Exercise By Catherine. Auxiliary Verbs TenseAuxiliary Verbs Present progressive Simple present Present perfect Simple past X aux.

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1 Top Notch 2 Unit 1 GEPT Exercise By Catherine

2 Auxiliary Verbs TenseAuxiliary Verbs Present progressive Simple present Present perfect Simple past X aux. V.  Be V. do / does have / has did

3 Auxiliary Verbs When do you we auxiliary verbs? AffirmativeNegativeQuestion I have been with him for five years. He didn’t kiss me. Do you love me?

4 Key words Past TensePresent prefect Tense last year yesterday ~ ago (at a specific timing) yet already ever ~before never many times (experience)

5 Phrases & voc review colleague daredevil go-getter fence-sitter scaredy-cat familiar I don’t want memorize all these words. take a picture of take a tour of custom appropriate communicate gesture

6 Rewrite I am trying sushi right now. I have tried sushi many times before. She doesn’t climbed Yangmingshan every year. She hasn’t climbed Yanmingshan before. Does she go to school by bus every morning? Has she gone to school by bus yet?

7 Rewrite Bill tried snake meat two years ago. Bill has tried snack meat many times before. Bill didn’t go to the top of Tokyo Tower last year. Bill hasn’t been to the top of Tokyo Tower yet. Bill didn’t go to the top of Tokyo Tower last year. Bill hasn’t been to the top of Tokyo Tower before.

8 Rewrite Did she go to New Zealand with her mom and dad the week before? Has she ever been to New Zealand with her mom and dad before? Did they meet a famous person in the hotel last night? Have they met a famous person in the hotel already?

9 We will have a review quiz next time!


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