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Title: Present Tenses Present Simple Present Continuous Present Perfect


1
Present TensesPresent SimplePresent
ContinuousPresent Perfect
  • AIM TO REVISE PRESENT TENSES

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  • 1. Im learning Chinese.
  • 2. Youve walked across the Amazon jungle.
  • 3. It has meant that I can finance my next
    expedition.
  • 4. My mum and dad always watch my documentaries.
  • 5. My agent is waiting for me.
  • 6. Ive always loved travelling.
  • 7. I dont like going with groups.

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Answers
  • 1. Im learning Chinese. Present Continuous
  • 2. Youve walked across the Amazon jungle.
    Present Perfect
  • 3. It has meant that I can finance my next
    expedition. Present Perfect
  • 4. My mum and dad always watch my documentaries.
    Present Simple
  • 5. My agent is waiting for me. Present
    Continuous
  • 6. Ive always loved travelling. Present
    Perfect
  • 7. I dont like going with groups. - Present
    Simple

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Present Simple
  • I live in Belgrade.
  • You live in Belgrade.
  • He/She/It lives in Belgrade.
  • We live in Belgrade.
  • You live in Belgrade.
  • They live in Belgrade.

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Present Simple - questions
  • Do I live in Belgrade?
  • Do you live in Belgrade?
  • Does he/she/it live in Belgrade?
  • Do we live in Belgrade?
  • Do you live in Belgrade?
  • Do they live in Belgrade?

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Present Simple - negative
  • I dont live in Belgrade.
  • You dont live in Belgrade.
  • He/she /it doesnt live in Belgrade.
  • We dont live in Belgrade.
  • You dont live in Belgrade.
  • They dont live in Belgrade.

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We use the Present Simple to talk about
  • Activities that we repeat regularly (routines,
    habits).
  • My mum and dad always watch my documentaries.
  • Permanent situations and states.
  • I dont like cheese.
  • General truths
  • A doctor works in a hospital.
  • Common time adverbials
  • always, often, usually, sometimes, never
  • every day, every week, every year ...
  • twice a week, once a month
  • regularly, seldom, hardly ever, occasionally

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Spelling
  • Y is lost in verbs ending in consonant y
  • fly flies
  • study studies
  • We use es with verbs ending in -s, -z, -sh, -ch,
    -s, -x
  • watches, teaches, washes, fixes...
  • -es where you wouldnt normally expect it
  • does
  • goes

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Present Continuous
  • I am watching TV.
  • You are watching TV.
  • He/she/it is watching TV.
  • We are watching TV.
  • You are watching TV.
  • They are watching TV.

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Present Continuous - questions
  • Am I watching TV?
  • Are you watching TV?
  • Is he/she/it watching TV?
  • Are we watching TV?
  • Are you watching TV?
  • Are they watching TV?

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Present Continuous - negative
  • I am not watching TV.
  • You are not watching TV.
  • He/she/it is not watching TV.
  • We are not watching TV.
  • You are not watching TV.
  • They are not watching TV.

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We use the Present Continuous to talk about
  • Activities that are going on at the time of
    speaking.
  • Right now, I am giving a lecture and you are
    listening.
  • Activities that happen regularly but only for a
    limited period of time (temporary routines and
    habits).
  • Im studying English a lot these days because we
    are having a test next week.
  • Common time adverbials
  • now, at the moment, at present, these days

13
Spelling
  • Verbs ending in e lose the final -e when ing is
    added.
  • phone phoning
  • make making
  • change changing
  • Short verbs ending in one vowel one consonant
    double the last consonant.
  • sit sitting
  • cut cutting
  • swim swimming
  • Verbs ending in ie
  • lie lying
  • tie tying

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Present Perfect have/has 3rd column
  • I have done the homework.
  • You have done the homework.
  • He/she/it has done the homework.
  • We have done the homework.
  • You have done the homework.
  • They have done the homework.

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Present Perfect - Questions
  • Have I done the homework?
  • Have you done the homework?
  • Has he/she/it done the homework?
  • Have we done the homework?
  • Have you done the homework?
  • Have they done the homework?

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Present Perfect - negative
  • I have not done the homework.
  • You have not done the homework.
  • He/she/it has not done the homework.
  • We have not done the homework.
  • You have not done the homework.
  • They have not done the homework.

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We use the Present Perfect to talk about
  • Past events and activities with results or
    consequences in the present.
  • Ive lost my keys and now I cant open the door.
  • An action in the past when we dont know or are
    not interested in when it happened. (to talk
    about experience)
  • Ive been to China.
  • Things that started in the past and continue up
    till now.
  • Ive always wanted to travel.
  • Common time adverbials
  • never, ever, since, for, already, yet, all my
    life, always

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The use and meanings of time adverbials
  • already and yet
  • We use already in statements and yet in questions
    and negative sentences.
  • Ive already seen that film.
  • I havent finished yet.
  • since and for
  • Since tells us about a point in time when the
    activity began.
  • Weve been friends since 2003.
  • For tells us about the period of time that the
    activity has taken.
  • Weve been friends for five years.

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Do the matching task
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Matching task - answers
  • 1. Im learning Chinese. activities that happen
    regularly but only for a limited period of time
    around the present
  • 2. Youve walked across the Amazon jungle.
    events that happened in the past but it doesnt
    matter when
  • 3. It has meant that I can finance my next
    expedition. past events that have clear results
    in the present
  • 4. My mum and dad always watch my documentaries.
    activities that happen regularly
  • 5. My agent is waiting for me. activities going
    on at this moment
  • 6. Ive always loved travelling. - things that
    started in the past and continue up till now
  • 7. I dont like going with groups. permanent
    situations or states

21
RevisionGive a wider context for each of the
sentences below.
  • I write emails.
  • Im writing an email.
  • Ive written an email.

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Now choose a verb and write similar examples of
your own.
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