We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byKiera Herne
Modified about 1 year ago
Spelling Rules for the Present Progressive Tense
Some verbs just need ‘ing’ adding to them: read – reading stand – standing jump - ???????
If a verb ends in a silent ‘e’, drop the final ‘e’ and add ‘ing’ leave – leaving take – taking receive - ??????????
In a one syllable word, if the three last letters are consonant – vowel – consonant (cvc), double the last consonant before adding ‘ing’ sit – sitting run – running hop - ?????????
….however, Do not double the consonant in words that end in w, x, or y! sew – sewing fix – fixing enjoy - ????????
In words of two or more syllables that end in a consonant-vowel-consonant combination, double the last consonant only if the last syllable is stressed. admit – admitting regret - ?????????
If a verb ends in ‘ie’, change the ‘ie’ to y before adding ‘ing’ die – dying tie - ????????
Here are your answers: jumping receiving hopping enjoying regretting tying
Now try these ones: drive hope smile dance joke shake choose come
Answers driving hoping smiling dancing joking shaking choosing coming
…and these begin hop swim run create write fill
Answers beginning hopping swimming running creating writing filling
Narrative tenses are the grammatical structures that you use when telling a story, or talking about situations and activities which happened at a defined.
Words ending in -ing We often use verbs that end in –ing. She is studying in the library. The smiling boy waved at me. Spelling –ing words is easy.
Words ending in -ed We often use verbs that end in –ed. He studied hard. She smiled at me. I have worked all day.
Adding ‘ing’ to verbs Adding ‘ing’ to verbs with a long vowel sound. Adding ‘ing’ to verbs that end in an e. Adding ‘ing’ to verbs that have a short vowel.
PAST SIMPLE or PAST CONTINUOUS. PAST SIMPLE Verbs may be: –REGULAR: I played tennis yesterday. –IRREGULAR (second column of irregular verbs) She ate ice-cream.
When making a word past tense, you usually add “ed to the word without changing the way the base word is spelled. Example: cover = covered Sometimes,
GRADE 3 UNIT 1 LESSON REVIEW Lesson Review Short vs. Long Vowel Sounds & Doubling and Dropping Rules for adding vowel suffixes.
© Rafael Moreno Esteban 2007 Free-time activities INFINITIVE AND GERUND COMPLETERS.
Adding –ed and –ing to verbs Play played Plan planned Walk walked Tap Tapping Drip dripped.
Past Time USE1 It is used to talk about activities that began and ended in the past (e.g., yesterday, last night, two days, in 1990…etc. Examples: Last.
A Walk in the Desert Spelling Words Inflected –ed and –ing Dropping and Doubling Rule.
Grammar. Progressive\Continuous To be in the middle of doing an action.
Adding the suffix ‘ing’ What is a suffix? A suffix is a group of letters added to the end of a word. ‘ing’ is a common suffix added to verbs.
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,
Spelling Rules Adding –s, -es, -ing and -ed. Vowels and Consonants Vowels: a, e, i, o, u Consonants: all other letters.
Syllable & Affix Patterns: Sort 4 (Review of Double, E-Drop, and Nothing) moving adding talking spelling having cutting setting reading feeling coming.
Word Endings Today we will learn to add –ing to words. Today we will learn to add ed to words.
Section 4 Grammar Present Continuous Present Continuous : we use the present continuous when we want to talk about Now: WE ADD THE VERB TO BE ‘ am’, ‘
Present Continuous (I am doing) Richard Ortega. Present continuous The present simple tells what a person does, is or feels. The present continuous describes.
Present Continuous Tense Kristi Reyes Present Continuous Verb Tense Use to talk about actions that are happening right now I am working. He is carrying.
The Progressive Tenses Unit 1-2 Done by: Maram Alabdulaaly.
PRESENT CONTINUOUS EVERYDAY ACTIVITIES. AFFIRMATIVE FORM STRUCTURE SUBJECT + PRESENT VERB TO BE + VERB – ING + COMPLEMENTS EXAMPLES SHE IS WRITING A LETTER.
Rule 1: add ing to most words mail + ing = mailing carry + ing =carrying always keep the y before adding the ing ending study + ing= studying play + ing=playing.
The Present Continuous. Close your eyes. Imagine you are at the beach. What are you doing right now?
Adding ing to verbs see seeing Adding ing + ing go+ inggoing eat + ing eating Look how easy it is to add ing to these words. look + ing looking say+
Double the final letter … or not? Hopping? Hoping? Feeling? Felling? Brought to you by V. Hinkle.
Past Tense Verbs. Verbs that tell about an action that happened in the past are called past tense verbs.
1 CHAPTER CONTENT. 2 CHAPTER CONTENT CHAPTER 2: PREVIEW Alada rides the bus to work. Yesterday it rained and her clothes got wet. Today she is taking.
Talking Letters Consonants Lessons Talking Letters Vowels by Syllable Type Lessons
Present Continuous Verb Tense Use to talk about actions that are happening right now I am working. He is carrying the boxes. They are talking. We are.
STRUCTURE FOCUS Progressive Tense Prepared by: Varia V. Virdaus, M.A. (source: Hayden, Rebecca E., Pilgrim, Dorothy W., and Haggard, Aurora Q Mastering.
Spelling ESL tutorial by Melanie Barriere Cegep de Granby, Quebec
SPELLING RULES for Suffixes -ed and -ing Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott.
sit How does the word end? Short vowel & 1 consonant! This is the way the end must be... sit See a short vowel and a consonant too, here’s the only.
SPELLING RULES Use this for spelling list 4A.
PRESENT CONTINUOUS EVERYDAY ACTIVITIES AND FUTURE EVENTS.
Vowel, Consonant and Silent e wave How does the word end? Vowel, consonant, silent e! This is the way the end must be... wave Drop, drop, drop silent.
THE PRESENT CONTINUOUS TENSE At the moment I’m playing football. play.
Adding ‘ing’ to words. What happens to the following words when we add ‘–ing’ onto the end? Try to think of a reason for the different changes.
MSC. IVETTE A. NAVARRO CANALES1 ENGLISH II GRAMMAR Present progressive 1.Modal auxiliar CAN 2.Use of descriptive adjectives Preposition of place and time.
Syllable & Affix Patterns: Sort 5 (Adding ED to Words) savedwaited passed closed scored planned hopped joined shouted seemed grabbed lived mixed stirred.
There are three basic rules that demonstrate how to add ing to most verbs.
Silent e wave How does the word end? silent e! This is the way the end must be... wave Drop, drop, drop silent e, Drop the e, add –ing. waving.
Adding ‘ing’ Some simple rules and examples. What do we do? Look at and read the word. Listen to the vowel sound – is it long or short? See what happens.
When do we use these suffixes? - ed - -s or –es - ing - ly.
Short vs. Long Vowel Sounds In Words. A syllable is a word or part of a word with 1 Vowel Sound S = 1 (V) ALL syllables and words MUST have at.
King Faisal University جامعة الملك فيصل Deanship of E-Learning and Distance Education عمادة التعلم الإلكتروني والتعليم عن بعد [ ] ** 1 King Faisal University.
Week 2 Grammar PRESENT CONTINUOUS. I am standing in front of my students. We are listening to Ms. Piper in class. My daughter is talking on the.
The Present Progressive The present progressive is used to describe actions that take place now, in the present.
SPELLING RULES FOR SIMPLE PAST TENSE OF REGULAR VERBS.
© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.