Presentation on theme: "UNIT 1 - GRAMMAR Past simple, past continuous and questions in the past. By: Marina Verdú Guirao and María Ramón Sánchez."— Presentation transcript:
UNIT 1 - GRAMMAR Past simple, past continuous and questions in the past. By: Marina Verdú Guirao and María Ramón Sánchez
PAST SIMPLE It is used to speak about actions that began and finished in the past. AffirmativeNegativeInterrogative I/You/She/He/It /We/They -played I/You/She/He/I t/We/They -They didn’t play Did I/You/She/He/It/We /They -play..? REGULARS VERBS
AffirmativeNegativeInterrogative I/You/She/He/It/We/ They -They saw I/You/She/He/It/We/ They -They didn’t see Did I/You/She/He/It/We/ They -See..? IRREGULAR VERBS
PAST CONTINUOUS It is used to describe something that was happening in certain moment in the past. AffirmativeNegativeInterrogative I/He/She/It was swimming I/He/She/It wasn’t swimming Was I/He/She/It swimming? You/We/They were swimming You/We/They weren’t swimming Were You/We/They swimming?
WILL Se utiliza para hacer predicciones del futuro. Con expresiones del tipo I hope, I think, I don’t think, I’m sure y maybe sirve para describir deseos y expectativas de futuro.
AffirmativeNegativeInterrogative I/He/She/It will singI/He/She/It won’t sing Will I/He/She/It sing? You/We/They will sing You/We/They won’t sing Will You/We/They sing?
BE GOING TO Se utiliza para expresar intenciones y planes para un futuro cercano. AffirmativeNegativeInterrogative I’m/He’s/She’s/It’s going to walk I’m/He’s/She’s/It’s not going to walk Am I/ Is he/she/it going to walk? You’re/ We’re/They’re going to walk You’re/ We’re/They’re not going to walk Are You/We/They going to walk?