Forming yes/ no questions I am a student.() He is a lawyer. ( ) She is a teacher. ( ) It is a thunder. ( ) They are doctors. () We are Saudis. ( ) Mike.

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Forming yes/ no questions I am a student.() He is a lawyer. ( ) She is a teacher. ( ) It is a thunder. ( ) They are doctors. () We are Saudis. ( ) Mike and Morgan are professors.

Negative statements I am not a student.() He is not at the college.() We’re students.() They’re policemen. () You are students/ or a student. ()

Yes/No questions He works in a company. She teaches English. It arrives at 8.00. They teach Spanish. We go to community service center.

Placement of adverbs of time After verb BE, and before the main verb in (simple present) … examples I am usually on time. She is rarely late. ------------------- I seldom go to class late. She rarely goes to class. He has never been late. Longer time expressions usually come at the beginning or end of a sentence. Examples They are late once in a while. Once in a while they come late. -------------------------------------- Ever and other adverbs of frequency come after the subject in a question: Is he ever late?Do you ever come on time/late? Have you ever been to the USA?Has he ever travelled abroad?

Exercise Ahmad / go / to / his class / early. 1- add usually. 2- insert not. 3- ask yes/no question. 3- make wh. question. ---------------------------------------------------------------- Ahmad usually goes to his class early. Ahmad doesn’t go to his class early/late. Does Ahmad go to his class early? When does Ahmad go to his class?

Exercise Alberto works in a company at night to pay the rent. Yes/no question What Where When Why How Negative statement

The present continuous the present continuous tense can describe activities at the moment of speaking, activities currently in progress, or plans for the future. I’m writing my homework now. He is studying at the library. I am taking math this semester. He is majoring in history. We are moving on Saturday. My father is working today. Subject + Be + V+ing + complement ……..

The simple past tense The simple past tense describes actions or situations that began and ended in the past. I studied at a Japanese university for 3 years. I won a scholarship a year a go. He enjoyed his picnic, but he didn’t like the weather. He worked in a company last year. They played basketball last week. We enjoyed the class last Sunday. I answered two questions last lecture.

How to form questions in the past tense 1) yes/No questions Did + subject + v (simple form) + complement. Examples: He studied math last semester. Did he study math last semester? They traveled to Europe last summer. Did they travel to Europe last summer? 2) wh. questions Wh.+ did + subject + v (simple form) + complement. Examples: They went Jeddah last week. Where did they go last week? When did they go to Jeddah?

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