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Talking about things happened in the past.
I called you last night on the phone. No one answered. What time did you ring?
It was almost Sorry, I was having a shower.
I called you again at Oh, really? Id already gone to bed.
the past perfect tense ?
3. by the end of + 3. by the end of + By the end of last month, we had learnt more than 1000 English words.
4. after before 4. after before I told him after you (had) left.
1. First, Marie did her homework. Then, she watched TV. Marie had done her homework _______ she watched TV. before
2. First, Soriah fed the cat. Then, she called her mother. Soriah called her mother _______she had fed the cat. after
by the time + he is thirty read a lot of English books By the time he was thirty, he had read a lot of English books. read read read
Simple Past Tense vs. Present Perfect What’s the difference?
PAST PERFECT To show anteriority. Form I had eaten They had known We had seen It hadn’t left I hadn’t had Had you seen? I had eaten They.
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Had + [past participle] Past Perfect. He had spoken. / He’d spoken. He hadn’t spoken. Had he spoken? Past Perfect.
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PAST PERFECT V. PRETERITE. Complete the sentences using the correct tense.
Reported Speech teach u how 2 do it!!. How do you recognise Direct Speech? You have “…..” Or the name of the person speaking is given At the end, or at.
a pana pen /pen/ /p&n/ E. LANGUAGE FOCUS I. Pronunciation /e/ men, met,said, bed, pen, send, red, very /æ/ man, mat, sad, bad, pan, sand, dad, happy.
九年级人教新目标 Unit 10 By the time I got outside, the bus had already left. Section A.
The Subjunctive/ 虛擬假設句 Patterns: A: (present; unreal) If + S + were/pt. …, S + should/would/ might… + be/V… B: (past; unreal) If + S + had been/had pp.
Past progressive vs past simple We use past progressive to say that we are in the middle of an action: I was walking across the field when a dog started.
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The Past Perfect and The past Perfect Progressive.
Present Perfect Tense Remember! There are 2 primary reasons to use the Present Perfect Tense. The Rest of the Story Reason #1 To talk about a completed.
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The Past Perfect The Past Perfect Progressive. Use the past perfect when one action in the past happened before another action in the past. Put the earlier.
Past Perfect. Rules Past Perfect Had + past participle (Had made) With the Past Perfect you say that something happened before something else. Past Perfect.
Verbs in the present and past tense Present tense I am jumping. I am jumping. This means I am doing it now.
Present Simple/Present Continuous In your notebook, write these sentences putting the verbs into the correct tense. 1 She (read) at the moment. She's.
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Daily Routine. GET UP HAVE A SHOWER HAVE BREAKFAST.
TIME EXPRESSIONS USED WITH THE PRESENT PERFECT TENSE.
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Welcome. The 13 th of November Answer the question: If a classmate asked you for the answer to a question during an exam while the teacher was not looking,
Or how to express what someone else said before! IES Hermógenes Rodríguez.
Past Tenses Relationship of Past Events/Actions to Each Other.
Unit 2 Mistakes and Mysteries. Listening “I’ll never do that again” p. 10 Listen to Frank talk about a bad decision he made. Answer true or false.
Autor: Mgr. Jana BÁLKOVÁ Datum: What’s the difference? Which tenses are these? I have been to London four times. I was in London two years.
POSITIVE I have (‘ve) You have (‘ve) He has (‘s) She has (‘s) + past participle It has (‘s) We have (‘ve) You have (‘ve) They have (‘ve) He has travelled.
What’s this? It’s a pan. Is this a board? No, it isn’t. It’s a pen.
Past tenses Simple Past, Past continuous and Past perfect.
Common Errors from Diagnostic Essays. 1.Tenses Present Perfect Tense Wrong - I have went / Correct=I have gone Wrong - He has did it / Correct= He has.
1) Unspecified Time Before Now 2) Duration From the Past Until Now (Non- Continuous Verbs)
EL 111 Unit 12 Ms. Khadeeja Rabah Ms. Khadeeja Rabah.
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Unit :1 Everyone Makes Mistakes. What are modals? Auxiliary verbs – Can – Could – May – Might – Must – Ought to – Shall – Should – Will – Would How could.
Past Tenses Simple Past, Past continuous and Past perfect tense.
Simple Past Past Perfec t My brother had already gone to school when I woke up. TEACHER Silvino Sieben 3ª SÉRIE EM.
Types of sentences Imperative Yes/ No Statements Questions Wh-
SIMPLE FUTURE TENSES. WILL We use will + infinitive without to: to express a sudden decision made at the moment of speaking. To express intention or promise.
THE PRESENT PERFECT TENSE. Parts of Verbs Verbs have three parts: A)Regular verbs: Past participle Past Present (infinitive) Walkedwalkedwalk invited.
Have & Has Let's start with the basics. They can both be used to show possession and are important in making the 'perfect tenses'. 'Had' is the past tense.
Structures after WISH. Wish + past simple I wish I was more assertive. I would be a better manager. My boss wishes he could speak English better. To talk.
The Passive Voice. Active / Passive How are these sentences different in meaning? a) Tommy ate the last piece of cake. b) The last piece of cake was eaten.
PRESENT PERFECT Teacher Silvino Sieben 2nd grade of HS.
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