Presentation on theme: "Unit 4 Amazing things Pronunciation. Most verbs + edwalk walked Verbs ending in e + dlive lived Verbs ending in a consonant +y -y + iedstudy studied Short."— Presentation transcript:
Most verbs + edwalk walked Verbs ending in e + dlive lived Verbs ending in a consonant +y -y + iedstudy studied Short verbs ending in a vowel + a consonant double the consonant + ed stop stopped How to add “ed” to regular verbs 7
1 Millie wants to write about the past.Help her write the simple past tense form of the verbs below. 1 search __________ 2 kick ___________ 3 start __________ 4 answer ___________ 5 love __________ 6 use ___________ 7 play __________ 8 carry ___________ 9 chat __________ 10 live ___________ 11 cry __________ 12 stop ___________ searchedkicked startedanswered lovedused playedcarried chatted lived criedstopped
Complete the sentences. Use the simple past tense of the verbs in brackets 1.My father_______(listen) to the radio last year. 2.Mike_______ (study) in a middle school. 3.She______(take) Eddie for a walk last night. 4.He_______(wash) clothes yesterday. 5.Simon ______ (pass) the ball to Daniel just now. 6.Miss Li_______ (teach) Chinese 5 years ago. 7.Look at the animal, it ____ (has) four legs. listened took studied washed passed taught had 8
用括号内的动词适当形式填空 : 1.Last Friday, we_______ (borrow) two books from the library. 2.I ______ (make) three model planes last month. 3.Look, the bird ________ (sing) now. 4.The snow _________ (stop) an hour ago. 5.When I was a child, I often________ (listen) to music. 6.Peter ________ (be) ill yesterday. 7.Tom __________ (be not) at home just now. borrowed made is singing stopped listened was wasn’t
Saying ‘-ed’ endings Most verbs in the simple past tense form have ‘-ed’ endings. However, we pronounce these endings differently: /t/, /d/ or /id/. How do you pronounce the following ending ? Listen carefully and repeat these words.
/ t / / d / / id / 1 danced 2 helped 3 talked 4 shopped 5 played 6 lived 7 answered 8 carried 9 hated 10 needed 11 visited 12 shouted
How do you pronounce the ending of these words ? Listen carefully and write / t /, / d / or / id / in the blanks. 1 listened _____________ 2 liked ____________ 3 wanted _____________ 4 hoped ______________ 5 started _____________ 6 chatted____________ 7 finished ____________ 8 organized ___________ 9 stopped _____________ 10 raised______________ 11 walked _____________ 12 turned _____________ / d / / id / / t / / id / / t /
Millie and Kitty met up with Sandy outside a museum.Listen to their conversation. Pay attention to the pronunciation of the ‘-ed’ endings. Millie : Hello, Sandy. You’re late. The museum is closed. Sandy :Sorry. My grandma visited us this morning, so I stayed at home and talked to her. Kitty : That’s OK. Sandy : I hope you enjoyed your day. What did you do ? Millie : We watched a short film about the amazing things in the world. We listened to the guide carefully and we also asked some questions. Kitty : We decided to go there again next time. Sandy : Let me go with you then !
Homework: 1.Finish the workbook. 2.Recite the pronunciation of the ‘-ed’ endings.