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Copy of SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE

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Transcript of Copy of SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE

SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE
TO BE ABLE TO IDENTIFY USES OF PRESENT SIMPLE TENSE.

TO RECOGNIZE AFIRMATIVE, NEGATIVE AND AFFIRMATIVE FORMS OF SIMPLE PRESENT.

TO ANALIZE SENTENCES.

TO IDENTIFY GRAMMATICAL CHANGES IN THIRD
PERSON





1.- We use simple present tense to talk about things in general.



Ex: Nurses
look
after the patients in hospitals.



AIM:
As you already know there are three forms of sentences.
Do you remember them?
WHY DO WE USE SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE?
2.- We use it to say that something happens repeatedly or for habitual actions or daily activities.


Ex: Paul

wakes up

at 5 in the morning.




3.- We use it to say that something is true in general.




Ex: The earth
goes
round the sun.



AFFIRMATIVE FORM.

Pronoun

+
verb (present)
+
complement


Ex:
THEY
WATCH

TV EVERYDAY




WE HAVE TO ADD
"S"
IN THE VERB WHEN GOES WITH THE PRONOUNS....
HE, SHE, IT
Ex:
-
HE
EAT
S
LUNCH AT 1:00 O' CLOCK PM.

-
SHE
PLAY
S
SOCCER ON SATURDAYS.

- IT FLIE
S
HIGH IN THE SKY
NEGATIVE FORM
DON'T

DOESN'T
I, YOU, WE THEY +
HE, SHE IT +
INTERROGATIVE FORM
DO

DOES
+
I, you we they
+
verb
+ comp?
+
he, she, it

+
verb
+ comp?
Do

you

practice
any sport?

DOES

SHE

PRACTICE
SKATEBOARDING?
yes,
I

do
No,
I

don't
Yes,
she

does
No,
she

doesn't
+ verb + complement
+ verb + complement
example:
SHE
DOESN'T

STUDY
AT UNIVERSITY
YOU
DON'T

HAVE
BREAKFAST IN THE MORNING
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