Simple Present PPT
THE PRESENT SIMPLE Insert the adverb of frequency in the right place. Ex: We are happy at school. (always) We are always happy at school.
Simple Present Tense Presentation by Kristi Reyes Simple Present Tense: Uses Everyday activities: What do you do every day? Routines, habits General truths What do these people do? bake cut / style hair build deliver draw / design drive fix / repair plumbing, appliances fly garden guard manage ...
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Simple Present Tense Form base form of the verb ex. listen We listen to Vicki in class every Friday. Third person singular He, She, It add –s
THE SIMPLE PRESENT Colégio Vértice Profa. Rita Moretti Uses of The Simple Present 1. The Simple Present can be used to refer to actions which occur at regular intervals.
Present simple and continuous Present simple Form: He/she/it works. I work. They work He doesn’t work. They don’t work. Does he work?
Simple Present Vs. Present Continuous What’s the difference? Simple Present Used to show that an action is repeated past present future Ex.
Simple Present Tense Presentation by Kristi Reyes What about you? What chores do you do in your household? What do you do at your job? Negatives in Simple Present Tense Change these to negative: I work.
THE PRESENT SIMPLE TENSE (Affirmative) She works on her basket after dinner every day. THE PRESENT SIMPLE TENSE AFFIRMATIVE: WORK 3rd person singular - spelling 1.
English Encounters C Simple Present Tense Regular Verbs: Affirmative Joselma and Jorge walk Joselma walks Noun Subject They walk He (she, it) walks 3rd Person You walk You walk 2nd Person We walk I walk 1st Person Plural Singular Simple Present Tense Examples: Affirmative Jack goes to HCC ...
Present Perfect Tense FORM S + HAS/HAVE + V3/Ved SIGN The Present Perfect tense usually gets together with “just, recently, for, several times, ever, never, already, …”
Simple Present Tense Presentation by Kristi Reyes Pictures from Oxford Picture Dictionary Partner Practice Online Practice Quiz: Questions and negatives All + Trivia Type the negatives 1 Simple Present Questions Type the negatives 2 Type yes/no questions Any questions?
PRESENT SIMPLE It ‘s always like this PRESENT SIMPLE We use the Present Simple to describe habits, facts, states and regular actions. It is the most common tense in English.
THE SIMPLE PRESENT Tense The Simple Present Tense’in kullanım yerleri The Simple Present tense ile kullanılan yaygın zaman zarfları The Simple Present tense ve sıklık zarfları
Simple Present Vs. Present Continuous What’s the difference? Simple Present Use the present simple for things that are always true or happen regularly.
The Present Simple USE 1: Repeated Actions USE 2: Facts or Generalizations The Usages of the Present Simple Use 1 Use the Present Simple to express the idea that an action is repeated or usual.
Active & Passive Voice Review Simple Present & Simple Past Tenses Now, practice with the past tense! Remember: The auxiliary verb for the active voice changes from do/does to did.
PRESENT SIMPLE. She lives in London. They usually take the bus to work. She doesn’t like this kind of music. The film starts at 8:30. Facts. Habits and repeated actions
Present Perfect Tense vs Past Simple Tense I worked Did I work ? I didn’t work REMEMBER ! Present Perfect Tense - action in the past ( we don’t know when ) with a result NOW ( present ) Past Simple Tense - we know exactly when an action happened in the past, it has nothing to do with NOW ...
Simple present tense I teach English. I am an English Teacher. Simple present tense They examine people. Simple present tense I sell drugs.
SIMPLE PRESENT The simple present expresses an action in the present taking place once, never or several times. It is also used for actions that take place one after another and for actions that are set by a timetable or schedule.
Present Progressive & Simple Present Present Simple 1 We rarely stand close to each other. I hear the telephone ringing now. The soup tastes good.
English Verb Tense Review Simple Present Tense Otherwise known as the Timeless Present Simple Present Tense is used: When you are referring to habitual actions--actions that you always or never do When you are referring to unchanging truths When you are making general statements of fact Examples ...
Simple Past Tense. The basic use of simple present tense is used to express the actions or to state the truths or facts that happen in the past.
The present simple. Animals give us milk and meat. Computers save us a lot of time and effort. The present simple is used to talk about situations that aren’t connected to time and always true(in the past, now and in the future), it’s an all time tense or timeless.
Title: Past simple tense vs. present perfect simple tense Author: Jelena Last modified by: Jelena Created Date: 3/10/2013 8:05:15 PM Document presentation format
VERB TENSES Simple Present Tom studies every day. Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat Sun Simple Past Tom studied last night.
PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE & CONTINUOUS PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE FORM: have / has + past participle USES: 1. LIFE EXPERIENCES I’ve been to China She’s ridden a horse PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE 2.
Simple Present “Geniş zaman” Her zaman yaptığımız, tekrarladığımız eylemleri anlatmak için kullanılır. Dikkat edilmesi gereken en önemli husus cümlenin öznesi tekil ise (he, she, it) fiile –s takısının eklenmesidir.
Simple Future Tense FORM S + WILL/SHALL + V0 SIGN The Simple Future tense usually gets together with “tomorrow, next week, next month, next year, next season, …”
Simple present tense. Rules. 1st form of verb. s/es with 3rd person singular. Usage. To express “habitual actions.” “general truth.” “routine.”
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.
A. Simple present = base form: I work. OR base form + -s: He works. She works. It works. OR base form + -es : I watch / she watches. I study / he studies.
Simple Present Tense Simple Present Tense: Uses Everyday activities: What do you do every day? Routines, habits General truths Spelling rules: Third person verbs in simple present tense teach research wash push Third Person Spelling Rules pass fix wax Rule 1: verbs ending in –ch ...
Present-Tense Verbs Second Grade Grammar Present-Tense The tense of a verb tells when the action takes place. Present tense verbs work with singular and plural nouns.
present tense present simple vs. present continuous present simple present continuous 1. permanent states, routine actions e.g. he works in a software company.
Title: Present Perfect vs. Simple Past Author: Me Last modified by: Me Created Date: 9/24/2007 11:11:20 PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show
1 when, you, eat. Simple present – usually - dinner. When . do . you . usually. eat. dinner? Simple. past – yesterday - dinner. When . did. you . eat. dinner . yesterday
Present Simple We use the Present Simple for things which: are always true, or are true for a long time. He goes to work by bus. are a habit.
PRESENT SIMPLE She lives in London. They usually take the bus to work. She doesn’t like this kind of music. The film starts at 8:30. Facts Habits and repeated actions
Simple Present Does she work every day? She works every day in the hotel. She doesn’t work every day. Simple Present Does she work every day? * * *
Present simple vs present continuous 3 Compare the present simple and continuous. A Routine vs moment ofspeaking James works for an investment magazine.
QUESTION FORMS, SIMPLE PRESENT DO/ + SUBJECT + MAIN DOES VERB 3-10 THE SIMPLE PRESENT: YES/NO QUESTIONS * Does he + main verb (simple form) Does it + main verb (simple ...
PRESENT SIMPLE & PRESENT CONTINUOUS PRESENT SIMPLE In the affirmative, the simple present has the same form as the infinitive but adds an ‘s’ for the third person singular Simple present forms Spelling notes: Verbs ending in ss, sh, ch, x and o add ‘es’, instead of s alone, to form the ...
PRESENT SIMPLE/ PRESENT CONTINUOUS PRESENT SIMPLE/ PRESENT CONTINUOUS Present simple Present continuous Uses: Routines General things Facts Uses: Actions that have not finished.
Simple Present Tense by Sue Click on the correct form of the verb. He ___ at 7:00. He gets up at 7:00. I ___ at 8:30. I work at 8:30. José ___ breakfast every morning.
Regular Verbs Simple Present and Past Tenses www.ESLAmerica.US “The English language website where everything has sound!” cook cooked wash washed fix fixed brush brushed watch watched type typed dance danced bake baked clean cleaned play played yawn yawned listen to listened to shave ...
The present perfect tense The present perfect continuous tense Present perfect simple vs. Present perfect continuous tense Practice exercises. Present perfect tense Usage: The present perfect tense puts emphasis on the result Ex: She has written five letters.
The Present Simple Tense The present tense endings for regular verbs are: Slide 8 Forming the present simple tense of less regular verbs For example, some verbs containing an –o in the stem change it –ue in the present simple for all forms APART FROM the nosotros/vosotros forms. Other ...
Present Progressive vs Simple Present Present Progressive Present Progressive is used to describe something that is happening right now (e.g., now, at the moment).