sábado, 6 de octubre de 2012

Hi everybody, I found some useful and interesting information to reinforce the simple present structure taught in class. Please check it and do the homework part mentioned at the end. I hope it's easy and help you to develop your topic about your daily routine or your daily activities. Take care, Your teacher Simple Present/Present Simple - Brief version Simple Present Summary Use Signal words Form of affirmative, negative sentences and questions Spelling Special verbs Diagram Long forms and short forms Simple Present - Complex Test 1 Complex Test 2 Exercises - Simple Present Use 1) repeated actions My friend often draws nice posters. 2) things in general The sun rises in the East. 3) fixed arrangements, scheduled events The plane flies to London every Monday. 4) actions in the present - one follows after the other First I get up, then I have breakfast. 5) instructions Open your books at page 34. 6) with special verbs I understand English. Signal words every day, often, always, sometimes, never Form infinitive (3rd person singular he, she, it: infinitive + -s) Examples Affirmative sentences: I read books. My brother reads books. We sing pop songs. She sings pop songs. I play handball. John plays handball. Negative sentences: You must not negate a full verb in English. Always use the auxiliary do for negations. I like computers. I don't like computers at all. My friend likes computers. My mum doesn't like computers at all. Questions: Use the auxiliary do. Do you play football? Does he play football? HOMEWORK: CHECK THE INFORMATION AND USE THE SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE STRUCTURE TO DESCRIBE YOUR DAILY ROUTINE. HERE IS AN EXAMPLE TO HELP YOU. Hi friends, I'd like to describe my daily activities. First of all, I get up at six o'clock in the morning...

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