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The Progressive Tenses Unit 1-2 Done by: Maram Alabdulaaly
The Progressive Tenses 1.Past Progressive 2.Present Progressive 3.Future Progressive
What will we learn? When each tense is used.. How to form a positive and negative sentence in each tense How to form yes/ no questions and other questions. Related spelling topics if applicable.
When to use Past Progressive? Past Progressive Two actions occurred at the same time, but one action began earlier and was in progress when the other action occurred. Two actions occurred at the same time, but one action began earlier and was in progress when the other action occurred. Now I was walking down the street Simple Past
When to use Present Progressive? Present Progressive It expresses an activity that is in progress at the moment of speaking. Now I’m speaking now. NowNow Simple Present
When to use Future Progressive? Future Progressive The future progressive expresses an activity the will be in progress at the a time in the future. The future progressive expresses an activity the will be in progress at the a time in the future. Now when you come. I will be studying Time clause: When +S+ verb in present (express future). P67
Non-Progressive Verbs. P16 Verbs that describe states, not actions are non- progressive. They are also called “Stative verbs. There are verbs that are always non-progressive. Example: Know. There are verbs with both progressive and non- progressive meaning. Example: look: It looks cold outside. = it seems Hind is looking out the window.
Examples of Verbs Never Used in Continuous Tenses I love coffee! I want chocolates I need water. I understand the lesson. Do you prefer I pad or Galaxy tab? Maram Alabdulaaly8
Spelling Verb that end with constant + constant: 1.Just add the –ing: Work: working. Verbs that end with Vowel+ Vowel + Constant: 1.Just add the –ing: fool: fooling.
Spelling Verb that end with Constant + e 1.Delete the –e. 2.Add the –ing Hope: hoping. Verb that end with e + e 1.Add the –ing see: seeing. Verb that end with i + e 1.Change the ie to y 2.Add the –ing die: dying.
Spelling Verbs that end with Constant + Vowel + Constant: One-Syllable verbs Two-Syllable words Verbs that ends with –y, -w, or -x Stress on 2 nd syllable Stress on 1 st syllable 1. Double the last constant letter. 2. Add the –ing: Just add the -ing Stop: StoppingBegin: Beginning Listen: listeningEnjoy: enjoying Fix: fixing Plow: plowing