Presentation Summary : 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 ...
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Presentation Summary : 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
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Presentation Summary : 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.
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Presentation Summary : Simple present tense. Rules. 1st form of verb. s/es with 3rd person singular. Usage. To express “habitual actions.” “general truth.” “routine.”
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Presentation Summary : 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 ...
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Presentation Summary : 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
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Presentation Summary : 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.
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Presentation Summary : 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 ...
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Presentation Summary : Title: Simple Present Tense Author: Owner Last modified by: Owner Created Date: 8/21/2012 3:21:49 AM Document presentation format: On-screen Show Company
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Presentation Summary : 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 ...
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Presentation Summary : THE PRESENT SIMPLE TENSE. The present simple tense is used to describe: a permanent state or situation: I . live . in the town where I was born. a fact or something ...
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Presentation Summary : English Simple Perfect Tenses By Yung-Chen Chung Quiz on the simple perfect tenses Present Perfect Tense have/has (not) + VERB-ed2 An action or emotion started in the ...
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Presentation Summary : Present perfect and past simple (I have done and I did) The present perfect is a present tense. It always tells us something about now. The past simple tells us only ...
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Presentation Summary : Simple Present. This tense describes present actions that are habitual or facts that are always true. I walk. You walk. He/She/It walks. We walk. They walk
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Presentation Summary : * * * * When writing, it is important to be consistent in verb tense usage. There are three basic forms of verb tenses: past, present, and future. Simple and Perfect ...
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Presentation Summary : 5. Use the present progressive tense when you write about a definite plan for the future. In this case you need a future time expression.
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