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Simple past Affirmative Use the Simple Past to express the idea that an action started and finished at a specific time in the past. Examples: I saw a movie.

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1 Simple past Affirmative Use the Simple Past to express the idea that an action started and finished at a specific time in the past. Examples: I saw a movie yesterday. She washed her car. She washed her car. They visited me a week ago. t.html t.html

2 عمل الطالبات حنان عباس ( الكاتب ) حنان عباس ( الكاتب ) نورهان قجي ( المنسق ) نورهان قجي ( المنسق ) تسنيم دبس ( طرح الأسئلة ) تسنيم دبس ( طرح الأسئلة ) مروة سويد ( طرح أسئلة ) مروة سويد ( طرح أسئلة ) دعاء الطه ( الناطق ضبط الوقت ) دعاء الطه ( الناطق ضبط الوقت ) نيفين مارتيني ) ضبط الوقت ) نيفين مارتيني ) ضبط الوقت ) بإشراف المدّرسة : إنعام مرتيني بإشراف المدّرسة : إنعام مرتيني

3 Simple Past Negative and Question Negatives in the simple present are formed by adding didn't. Yes/no questions are also created using the auxiliary did. e.g: I had a car. I didn ’ t have a car. Did you have a car? What did you have? He was here yesterday. He wasn't here yesterday. Was he here yesterday? Where was he yesterday? t.html t.html

4 Make Questions: Make Questions: The fox was in the garden. (where) ( (She bought an old car. (what They traveled across Canada by bike. (how) Make negative: She studied her lessons. They wore jeans. He left yesterday.

5 عمل الطالبات حنان مارتيني ( كاتب ) حنان مارتيني ( كاتب ) سمية سيد عيسى ( منسق ) سمية سيد عيسى ( منسق ) أيه سميع ( أسئلة ) أيه سميع ( أسئلة ) ريما حاج خلف ( أسئلة ) ريما حاج خلف ( أسئلة ) سنا مطلق ( ناطق ) سنا مطلق ( ناطق ) ياسمين مصري رجب ( ضبط الوقت ) ياسمين مصري رجب ( ضبط الوقت ) بإشراف المدرسة إنعام مرتيني بإشراف المدرسة إنعام مرتيني

6 Simple Present Affirmative Simple presnt tense is used when we speak about habits and things happened regularly. e.g : I sing everyday. He swims every Friday. He swims every Friday. He watches TV every night. He watches TV every night. Choose: They ( come, comes ) early. Choose: They ( come, comes ) early. She ( drive, drives ) fast. She ( drive, drives ) fast. es.htm es.htm

7 عمل الطالبات شهد أصفري ( كاتب ) دعاء محمد علي ( منسق ) خلود المنصور ( ناطق ) علا سحيل ( طرح أسئلة ) شيرين مارتيني ( طرح أسئلة ( بيان قصاص ( ضبط الوقت )

8 Present Simple Negative and Question Negatives in the simple present are formed by adding don't or doesn't before the simple form of the verb. Questions are also created using the auxiliary do/does. I don ’ t sing. Do you sing? What do you sing? She doesn ’ t wash the dishes. Does she wash the dishes? What does she wash? esnq.htm esnq.htm

9 Make yes/no questions: We get wool from sheep. They live in teepees. Make Negative: He teaches physics. Make Question: She drinks coffee every morning. They sleep early. He swims in the river.

10 عمل الطالبات جودي غنوم ( كاتب ) جودي غنوم ( كاتب ) هلا توك ( منسق ) هلا توك ( منسق ) إباء الراعي ( طرح أسئلة ) إباء الراعي ( طرح أسئلة ) عائشة القرضة ( ناطق ) عائشة القرضة ( ناطق ) خديجة عموري ( ضبط الوقت ) خديجة عموري ( ضبط الوقت )

11 Passive Form In passive sentences, the thing receiving the action is the subject of the sentence and the thing doing the action is optionally included near the end of the sentence. You can use the passive form if you think that the thing receiving the action is more important or should be emphasized. You can also use the passive form if you do not know who is doing the action or if you do not want to mention who is doing the action. In passive sentences, the thing receiving the action is the subject of the sentence and the thing doing the action is optionally included near the end of the sentence. You can use the passive form if you think that the thing receiving the action is more important or should be emphasized. You can also use the passive form if you do not know who is doing the action or if you do not want to mention who is doing the action. [Thing receiving action] + [be] + [past participle of verb] [Thing receiving action] + [be] + [past participle of verb] Examples :The dishes are washed by her. Examples :The dishes are washed by her. html html html html

12 الطالبات المشاركات حلا حاج خلف ( الناطق ) حلا حاج خلف ( الناطق ) نادين كرزي ( المنسق ) نادين كرزي ( المنسق ) هيا قواس ( الكاتب ) هيا قواس ( الكاتب ) همسة دعبول ( طرح الأسئلة ) همسة دعبول ( طرح الأسئلة ) سنا شيخ أحمد ( طرح الأسئلة ) سنا شيخ أحمد ( طرح الأسئلة ) صفا المصطفى ( ضبط وقت ) صفا المصطفى ( ضبط وقت )

13 Passive Voice The structure of the passive voiceis very simple subject + auxiliary verb (be) + main verb (past participle) The main verb is always in its past participle form. Simple Present: ( Active) Everybody drinks water. ( Passive) Water is drunk by everybody. ( Passive) Water is drunk by everybody. Simple Past: ( Active) She received an yesterday. ( Passive) An was received yesterday. ( Passive) An was received yesterday..

14 Make Passive: Mr Jones watches the film. He reads comics. They sing the song.. He wrote text messages. Mother waters the flowers. Make Active: English is spoken by some people. Dishes were cleaned by Mary.

15 عمل الطالبات نور بيلساني ( ناطق ) نور بيلساني ( ناطق ) رنيم زكور ( كاتب ) رنيم زكور ( كاتب ) تسنيم زكور ( منسق ) تسنيم زكور ( منسق ) ايمان المصطفى ( طرح أسئلة ) ايمان المصطفى ( طرح أسئلة ) مرام بالق ( طرح أسئلة ) مرام بالق ( طرح أسئلة ) كندا زير ( ضبط الوقت ) كندا زير ( ضبط الوقت )

16 Homework رابط استبيان رابط استبيان voice_quiz.htm voice_quiz.htm voice_quiz.htm voice_quiz.htm رابط المنتدى رابط المنتدى


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