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Revision: Present tense & Present continuous tense Book 4B New Welcome To English Second Edition.

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1 Revision: Present tense & Present continuous tense Book 4B New Welcome To English Second Edition

2 Present tense This tense has only one word. e.g. The queen is beautiful. The queen wears a crown. e.g. Cherry passes her exams. Cherry is clever.

3 Present tense s or es to the verb when the subject is he, she or it We add s or es to the verb when the subject is he, she or it. HeSheIt likes likes eating fish. SubjectVerb IYouWeThey like like playing football.

4 Present tense + es Tim kisses his baby brother. (kiss) May often watches TV. (watch) Bob never washes his car. (wash) Mary drops the vase on the floor. (drop) Peter hides behind a tree. (hide) Tom often telephones me. (telephone) + s The baby cries loudly. (cry) Peter always carries a heavy bag. (carry) Tina dries the dishes every day. (dry) y ies

5 Proof-reading e.g. Peter always drink tea. drinks 1 Peter and Tom often plays football. 2 Sally make the breakfast. 3 The woman worry about her son. 4 My cat never catch mice. 5 May often watch films. 6 I likes to go shopping with my friends. 7 My bird sing every morning. play watches worries catches makes like sings

6 Firemen fight fires. e.g. Stones are hard. Present tense We use this tense to talk about truths.

7 Practice 1 It ____ cold in winter. (be) 2 The sun _____ in the morning. (rise) 3 Dogs _____ when they see strangers. (bark) 4 There ____ twelve months in a year. (be) 5 Babies _____ when they are hungry. (cry) 6 Nurses _____ after sick people. (look) is rises bark are cry look

8 We use the present tense to talk about habits or things that always, usually, often, sometimes or never happen. Present tense

9 June Sun Mon Tue Wed Thur Fri Sat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 e.g. Lizzie studies with her tutor every Tuesday. Present tense

10 Mr Chan never takes a taxi. e.g.

11 always every day usually every Friday often on Wednesdays sometimes once a week never twice a month Present tense Hint words:

12 Practice e.g. Tim eats an apple every morning. 1 I always help my mother with the housework. 2 Tom has swimming lessons every Monday. 3 My sister never tidies up her bedroom. 4 Betty sometimes goes to bed late. 5 The children go hiking once a month. 6 Mary goes to church on Sundays. 7 My cat usually sleeps at night.

13 Present tense Questions We use do and does to make questions. Do not change the verb after do or does. What does a nurse do? Where does a pilot work?

14 Present tense Giving answers We use do/dont and does/doesnt to give answers. Yes, I do. / No, I dont. Do you like playing the piano? Yes, she does. / No, she doesnt. Does she like dancing?

15 Now you try. e.g. ____ you ____ art? (like) Yes, ______. DoI do 1 ____ May ____ the Net every day? (surf) No, ___________. 2 ____ the children ______ at home? (help) Yes, __________. 3 What ____ farmers ______ ? (do) 4 ____ Tom and Charlie ______ tennis? (play) No, __________. 5 What ____ Cherry _____ for lunch? (have) like Doessurf she doesnt Do help they do do Doplay they dont doeshave

16 Present tense Negative sentences We add do not/dont or does not/ doesnt to make sentences negative. We swimming. like + not We swimming. do not like

17 e.g. I like sweets. She ____________ sweets. 1 She runs fast. I ____________ fast. 2 Paul plays football but he ____________ basketball. 3 David eats chocolate but he ____________ sweets. 4 Do you go to bed late? No, I ____________ to bed late. 5 Horses eat grass but they __________ meat. 6 Does Kitty like singing? No, she ____________ singing. Now you try. doesnt like dont run doesnt play doesnt eat dont go dont eat doesnt like

18 SubjectVerb (be) Main Verb (+ing)I am / m drawing a picture. HeSheIt is / s sleeping in the room. YouWeThey are / re watching a film. This tense has two words. be-ing Present continuous tense

19 Add -ing to the verbs. go inggoing do talk watch play read look doing talking watching playing reading looking Present continuous tense Practice

20 Delete -e and add -ing to the verbs. come ingcoming havehaving write writing rideriding liveliving drivedriving movemoving Present continuous tense Practice

21 Double the last letter and add -ing to the verbs that end with 1 vowel and 1 consonant. swim mingswimming jogjogging sitsitting dropdropping runrunning get getting put putting Present continuous tense Practice

22 They are lining up. Present continuous tense We use the present continuous tense to talk about things that are happening now. What are the children doing?

23 Hint words: at the moment now right now Present continuous tense

24 What are they doing at the moment? They are having a singing lesson at the moment. Present continuous tense

25 What is she doing right now? She is surfing the Net right now.

26 Now you try. e.g. I __________ my homework now. (do) m/am doing 1 You ___________ an English lesson. (have) 2 The little boy _____________. (swim) 3 Tony and Betty ____________ in the library. (read) 4 The man ____________ a story. (write) 5 I ____________ with my sister. (run) 6 We ____________ tennis now. (play) 7 The cat ____________ some milk right now. (drink) re/are having s/is swimming re/are reading s/is writing m/am running re/are playing s/is drinking

27 Present continuous tense Questions We change the order of is and are to make questions. Yes, she is. / No, she isnt. Yes, they are. / No, they arent. Cherry is riding a bicycle. Is Cherry riding a bicycle?They are cooking. Are they cooking?

28 Present continuous tense Questions Questions with question words: What are you doing? Why is the baby crying? When are the children leaving? Where are you going? e.g.

29 Present continuous tense We add not to make sentences negative. + not The children cards. are not playing The children cards. are playing e.g. Negative sentences

30 be-ingnot SubjectVerb (be) Main Verb (+ing)Iam draw drawing a picture. not Present continuous tense Negative sentences HeSheIt is sleep sleeping in the room. not (isnt) YouWeThey are watch watching a film. not (arent)

31 Now you try. e.g. ___ Mary _______? (play) Yes, _______. Isplayingshe is 1 ____ you ________ to music? (listen) Yes, ________. 2 What _____ Mr Tam ________? (do) He ______________. (sleep) 3 ____ Peter and Tom _______ dinner? (have) No, ______________. 4 What ___ I _______? (do) You _______________. (dream) 5 ___ Jenny _______ her bed? (make) No, __________. Arelistening I am s/isdoing s/is sleeping Arehaving they arent amdoing re/are dreaming Ismaking she isnt

32 Present TensePresent Continuous TenseSummary habits / truths e.g. I always sing. things happening now e.g. I am singing now. verb - 1 word e.g. She runs. verb - 2 words Hint words: always, usually, often, sometimes, never, every day, every Friday, on Mondays, once a week, twice a month Hint words: now, right now, at the moment e.g. She is running.

33 Proof-reading 1 My mother is cook in the kitchen now. She like cooking. 2 I am having a tennis lesson every Sunday. Now I play tennis with my friend on the tennis court. cooking likes have am playing

34 Proof-reading 3 Are you wash your car now? Yes, I do. 4 John usually clean his car on Sundays. He are cleaning his car at the moment. 5 My brother always cry. Listen! He cries loudly now. washingam cleans is is crying cries

35 Practice Jane ____ (be) hard-working. She always ______ (help) her mother to do the housework. Look! She ____________ (sweep) the floor now. Grandma ______ (like) watching TV. She _______ (watch) TV every night. She is ________ (sit) in the living room at the moment but she _____________ (not watch) TV. What ____ she _______ (do)? She ____________ (sleep)! is helps is sweeping likes watches sitting is not watching is doingis sleeping

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