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Prepositions of time one point in time: on, at, in extended time: since, for, by, from-to, from-until, during, with(in)
Well be seeing them _____ a weeks time. in
Ill be staying in Madrid ____ July ____ August. fromto
I must finish painting the kitchen ______ a month. within
They should be arriving _____ Saturday. on
His son was born ___1970. in
The play starts ____ 8 oclock. at
Theyve been shopping _______ lunchtime. since
Shes been fishing _____ two hours. for
The Christmas decorations were up ______ the beginning of December _____ the end of January. from until
She fell asleep ______ the film. during
What do you normally do _____ Sundays? on
Are you going to the pub ____ noon? at
We met some nice people ________ our holiday. during
I usually do my housework ______ the mornings. in
He should finish the plans ________ the week. within
My grandfather lived _____ 1901 ____ fromto
Weve had our car _____ last year. since
She lived in Scotland _____ twenty years. for
The students studied for their exam ________ the holidays. during
The students sat their exam _____ Monday. on
The exam lasted ______ three hours. for
They should have the results _______ the month. within
_______ the exam a bird flew in the window. During
Of. and a to the in is you that it at be.
The. of and a to in is you that it he was.
Since and For in the Present Perfect Tense. Since Since is used for: start of the time a particular time Since Monday Present Past Monday start of the.
I have worked I havent worked Have I worked?. Present Perfect Positive + I have worked = Ive worked You have worked = youve worked We have worked = weve.
High Frequency Words List A Group 1. the of and.
Sight Word Phrases Group 1. the little boy a good boy.
First Grade Sight Words a in I and is it for.
1.________ Sunday before ______ Spring Festival was very cold. A. A, a B. The, the C. /, the D. The, / 2. He has found _____ job in _____ factory. A.
PREPOSITIONS OF TIME IN ON AT. AT Noon She goes to the gym at noon Night They study at night Midnight He wakes up at midnight Specific Time I have lunch.
The. of and a to in is you that it he for.
A Review of the Tenses. The Present Tenses Simple Continuous Perfect.
Write ONE word in each space Dear Mr Chapman, I have done (1) ___ homework, but I cant come (2) ___ class today. I (3) ____ broken my arm and the doctor.
He writes to his mother every week. Does he write to his mother every week? He doesnt write to his mother every week. He comes home at 5 oclock. Does he.
CAN / BE ABLE TO. 1. ABILITY He can speak two foreign languages fluently. He can speak two foreign languages fluently. He is able to speak two foreign.
First 100 High Frequency Words a her see am about.
Can you see?. I like him. When will we go? All or some.
Present Perfect Continuous (I have been doing). Have/has been -ing Have/has been –ing is the present perfect continuous: I/we/they/you have (= I’ve, etc.)
Last weekend Ten seconds Christmas I finished school A couple of days My birthday A long time Ten centuries The 70s I was a boy August The last month Fifteen.
Past Simple or Present Perfect PAST SIMPLE PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE Completed actions that took place in a finished period of time: Carol bought a new.
We started our lessons on the 9th October. We started our lessons on the 9th October. Yes, we did. We´ve had 8 lessons this year.
Present perfect tense Usage: The present perfect tense p puts emphasis on the result Ex: She has written five letters. e expresses an action that is still.
Lets build fluency! The people By the water You and I.
Unit 6 Cities of the World Lesson 21. New words phone call sb.
Present Perfect Dragana Filipovic. Present Perfect Simple have / has + past participle I have seen the film before. She has seen the film before. Have.
Come. and down a away big blue can help.
High-Frequency Phrases First 100 Words. The people.
Language Language. had + hadnt + Had …+ : Yes, + had. No, + hadnt. Id, hed, wed, theyd.
Dolch Words the of and to a in that is was.
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