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Intermediate 1 ESOL Grammar: The Correct Tense The Past Continuous
Use the past continuous: when you are talking about an action in the past that was not completed We were having dinner when our friends arrived. (were having is the past continuous)
The Past Continuous To form the past continuous: use the correct form of was/were I/he/she was working… You/we/they were working…
The Past Continuous How do I ask questions? Were you reading that book? Was he walking along the road? You can also use question words: What was she doing? Where were they going?
The Past Continuous How do I form the negative? Use the correct form of wasn’t/weren’t She/he/I wasn’t doing her/his/my homework… We/they/you weren’t listening to music…
Intermediate 1 ESOL Grammar: The Correct Tense The Past Simple.
Grammatical tenses Past tense. Form: Simple Past I walked You walked He/she/it walked We/you/they walked So: verb + ed.
Simple Past of Be Some grammar notes Preparatore Linguistico:Barbara Meloni.
PAST SIMPLE & CONTINUOUS. Past Simple Form + S + verb in the SIMPLE PAST Regular verbs add –ed Spelling rules *1 syllable verbs (CVC) double the last.
PAST TENSE. 2 PAST CONTINUOUS Form Use Past Simple or Past ContinuousPast Simple or Past Continuous.
Intermediate 1 ESOL Grammar Verbs: The Correct Tense The Present Continuous.
Intermediate 1 ESOL Grammar Verbs: The Correct Tense The Present Simple.
Past Continuous Tense We use this tense to talk about actions that were going on, or happening at a certain moment in the past. At this time last Saturday,
1 Review of Past Tense. 2 Use of past tense We use the simple past tense to talk or write about things that finished. I opened the door. You moved.
Intermediate 1 ESOL Grammar: The Correct Tense Talking about the Future.
A finished action + an unfinished action THE SIMPLE PAST AND THE PAST PROGRESSIVE.
Used to + the simple form of the verb: To describe something that happened regularly in the past but no longer happens. I used to read a lot of books.
BAHASA INGGRIS TALKING ABOUT PAST TIME. PAST TENSE It began and ended in the past Things to remember Verb 2 : bought, cut, stopped, walked, etc Linking.
Section A Unit 9 A: What’s this? B: It is a … A: When was it invented? B: It was invented in … /Sorry, I don’t know.
Was / were + V_ing. We use the past continuous tense to describe a period of time in the past.
Past Tenses – Units 5 & 6/15 & 16 Past Simple Past Continuous Past Perfect Past Perfect Continuous.
The Simple Past Tense The simple past tense is used to talk about actions that happened at a specific time in the past. You state when it happened using.
1 Prepared by: Laila al-Hasan. Part 7: Grammar Simple Past Tense Exercises 2 Unit 2: Country life vs. City Life Prepared by: Laila al-Hasan.
I, he, she, it you, we, they was were Positive +.
Auxiliaries in simple past How to work with “did” and “was-were”
Past Tense. Simple Past -- Form Form [= grammar structure]Example 1. Affirmative Sentence **(Subject) + (past form of verb) 2.--regular past form of verbs.
the Past Perfect tense What is this tense and when do we use it in English?
SIMPLE PAST TENSE. E.g.: I was at home last night. She got up at ten last Sunday. They watched a soccer game yesterday. The Simple Past Tense is used.
We use the past continuous to describe an interrupted activity which continued for a period in the past and to talk about things happening for a continuous.
The Past Continuous Tense Use 1: Past actions that were in progress at a particular time in the past; actions that were not yet finished at a past.
The Past Continuous. What is the function of the past continuous? Describe a continuous action that happened in the past. Describe a continuous action.
Simple Past Tense Simple Past Tense When? When should we use past tense? 1. A past action e.g. I went to school yesterday.. 2. A past truth e.g. They.
U NIT 5 HEROES. VOCABULARIES Thunderstorm Heavy rain Earthquake Tsunami Flood Traffic accident Which one is occur more in TEHRAN? Traffic accident Flood.
Reviewing Verb Tenses. Verb Tense Review The Importance of Time Verb tense expresses the time of an event or action. Time and how it is expressed in writing.
Past continuous I was doing. We use the past continuous tense to describe a past action over a period of time Q) "What were they doing yesterday?“ A)
PRESENT CONTINUOUS. AFFIRMATIVE I am listening to music now. You are listening to music now. He is listening to music now. She is listening to music now.
SIMPLE PAST AND PAST CONTINUOUS (TOP MARKS 1º BACHILLERATO UNIT 2 p ) Burlington Books.
Awesome 3 May grammar and vocabulary review Saint Louis School English Department Carlos Schwerter Garc í a.
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Expressing Past Time, Part 1 Using Be: Past Time Present time I am in class today. Alice is at the library today. My friends are at home today. Past Time.
We can think of numbers being on a number line: These numbers are all positive numbers.
Simple Past Time Suraeli 6A. The Simple Past The simple past is used to talk about activities or situations that began and ended in the past (e.g., yesterday,
PAST SIMPLE: TO BE 1. THE PAST OF TO BE: AFFIRMATIVE This is the past simple of the verb TO BE: I was We were You were He was They were She was It was.
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Craig Wimsett Simple Past A Grammar Review Practice.
THE PAST CONTINUOUS. Form and usage [was/were + present participle] Examples: You were studying when Samantha called. Were you studying when Samantha.
© 2011 wheresjenny.com Good heavens! Get Out! Humans are not allowed “Of course, children are allowed.” “Sorry, Children are not allowed to carry mobile.
PAST TENSES The aim: to develop grammar skills. Past Simple Ved/V2 Positive sentences: - + ?
PAST CONTINUOUS examples write the opposite PAST SIMPLE examples fill-in-the-blank PAST CONTINUOUS QUESTIONS yes/no examples yes/no examples wh- examples.
OBJECTIVES 1.Past continuous 2.When and while explanation 3.Exercises.
AIM: TO BE ABLE TO USE THE TENSES IN ORAL AND WRITTEN SPEECH PAST SIMPLE vs. PAST CONTINUOUS.
+ PAST CONTINUOUS & SIMPLE PAST. + Past Continuous Use… To talk about an action that was in progress (not finished) at a time in the past. At 6.30 I was.
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