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INTERMEDIATE REINFORCEMENT 5

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GRAMMAR
REVIEW
Form:
{subject+have/has+past participle}
I have eaten
You have eaten
He
has
eaten
She
has
eaten
It
has
eaten
We have eaten
They have eaten
I have not eaten
You have not eaten
He
has
not eaten
She
has
not eaten
It
has
not eaten
We have not eaten
They have not eaten
Have I eaten?
Have you eaten?
Has
he eaten?
Has
she eaten?
Has
it eaten?
Have we eaten?
Have they eaten?
Positive
Negative
Questions
Contraction: I've eaten. I haven't eaten
Your coach will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention.
Present Perfect
GRAMMAR
REVIEW
Your coach will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention.
Form:
[Subject+ Have/has + been + present participle]
I have been eating
You have been eating
He has been eating
She has been eating
It has been eating
They have been eating
We have been eating
I have not been eating
You have not been eating
He has not been eating
she has not been eating
It has not been eating
They have not been eating
We have not been eating
Have I been eating?
Have you been eating?
Has he been eating?
Has she been eating?
Has it been eating?
Have they been eating?
Have we been eating?
Positive
Negative
Question
Present Perfect Progressive
PAST PERFECT
& ITS RULES
USING THE
TENSE
Wh questions
What...?
Where...?
When...?
Who...?
Which...?
Why...?
Who...with...?
How...?
How long...?
How many...?
How much...?
How often...?
Review stars/goal/melody and have all students practice the repetitions
AUTOMATIC
Fluency
?
Linking words:


60 seconds non-stop
Get in couples, you have one minute to discuss a question for today using the tense learned.

1.
2.
3.
CHAMPIONS
BE THE

Recovery
TIME
Discipline check
S1
S2
COMPETITION
STORY
TIME
Make groups and win the following game!
Be a champion before the weekend!
Write the verbs in Past Perfect Simple.
Use the negative form.
Learn the rules of past perfect tense, you
have 15 minutes!
USING
NEGATIVE FORM
PAST PERFECT
QUESTIONS
Complete the questions in Past Perfect Simple.
Put the verbs into the correct form (past perfect simple).
Read the story and underline the past perfect.
Reminder:
The Past Perfect is a form of the verb that shows the action or state was complete before some time in the past.

CHOOSE THE
VERB
Coach: Read the instructions and set the expectations.
COMPLETING
THE STORY
Read the story and complete it by using the past perfect
of the following verbs: Learn, golf, play, teach.

CHANGE THE
VERB
Change the verb into the correct form:
COMPLETE
THE TEXT
Structure:
(+) [had + past participle]
(-) [had + past participle]
(?) [Had + past participle + ?]
Past Perfect
The Past Perfect expresses the idea that something occurred before another action in the past. It can also show that something happened before a specific time in the past.

USES:
Action taking place before a certain time in the past
(putting emphasis only on the fact, not the duration)

Before I came here, I had spoken to Jack.
Tony knew Istanbul so well because he had visited the city several times.
Had Susan ever studied Thai before she moved to Thailand?
She only understood the movie because she had read the book.
Kristine had never been to an opera before.

(what / Bob / do) ______ that he was kept in after school?
(you / eat) ________ anything before you went to the theatre?
(he / live) ________ in London before he moved to Glasgow?
(she / find) _______a new job by that time?
(they / book) ______ a room before they went to Dublin?
(how often / you / ring) _________ the bell before he answered the door?
(why / they / have) _________ dinner before they came to the party?
(Carly / wash) ________ the dishes when her mum came home?
(you / read) _________ the contract before you signed it?
(who / live) __________ in the house before we moved in?

The storm destroyed the sandcastle that we ____ (build) .
He _____ (not / be) to Cape Town before 1997.
When she went out to play, she _____ (do / already) her homework.
My brother ate all of the cake that our mum _______ (make) .
The doctor took off the plaster that he ______ (put on) six weeks before.
The waiter brought a drink that I __________ (not / order) .
I could not remember the poem we __________ (learn) the week before.
The children collected the chestnuts that _______ (fall) from the tree.
(he / phone) ________ Angie before he went to see her in London?
She __________ (not / ride) a horse before that day.



1. I ________ (study) Japanese before.
2. She ______ (bake) a lot before she _________ (open) her shop.
3. We ________ (have) a lot of trouble because we _________ (lose) our passports.
4. Brian ________(know) many people at the club because he _______ (be) there many times.
5. They _________ (study) English before they _________ (move) to Canada.
6. You ____________ (enjoy) the movie because you __________ (read) the book.
7. She really __________ (like) him because he ________ (help) her.
8. Amy ____________ (study) a lot before she ___________ (take) the test.
9. We __________ (get) into the restaurant only because we _________ (reserve) our places.
10. I ____________ (be) to India before 1986.
11. They _______________ (have) a lot of trouble before they finally (succeed).
12. Chris ______________ (own) that car for 5 years before he (sell) it.
13. Sharon ____________ (be) very sick until she ____________ (stop) eating junk food.
14. I _____________ (be) in Greece for 7 months before I ________________ (move) to Spain.
15. You _______________ (cook) a lot, because you (be) so hungry.


USING
POSITIVE TENSE
Write the verbs in Past Perfect Simple.
The pupils talked about the film they _________(watch) .
I was late for work because I _______ (miss) the bus.
We lived in the house that my father ___________ (build) .
We admired the picture that Lucy __________ (paint) .
They watered the trees that they __________ (plant) .
The teacher corrected the tests that the pupils _________ (write) .
I received a good mark in my test because I ________ (practise).
The mail order house did not send me the shirt that I ______(order) .
I had to clean the floor because my cats ________ (knock) over the flower pots.
My friend was in hospital because she _________ (slip) on a banana skin.



Where were they? What did they do?
What had they done?

Last weekend, Mark and Trisha went on a date. Mark took Trisha to the golf course. Mark loved to golf. He ______ to golf as a child. He ___ even ______ on a team in high school.

Before that day, Trisha ____never____. She did not know how to hold the golf club. She did not know the rules.

Mark taught Trisha how to play. After Trisha _____ the basics, she hit the ball. It was a good hit! Mark ________ Trisha well.


In the shopping centre, I met a friend who I _______ (see / not) for ages.
The thief could walk right into the house because you _____(lock / not) the door.
We lost the match because we _________ (practise / not) the days before.
At school, Jim quickly copied the homework that he _______(do / not) .
We ate at a restaurant last night because I _____(buy / not) anything for dinner.
When we came back, it was cold in the house because Alice ______(close / not) the windows.
All day long, Phil was angry with me just because I ______ (greet / not) him first.
When I met Jane at eleven o’clock, she _______ (have / not) breakfast yet.
I couldn’t go to the cinema with my friends last night because I _______(finish / not) my homework yet.
Fred answered my question although I __________(ask / not) him.

Where were they? What happened?
What had they done?

Last night, Dane and Emily danced in a competition. They danced a salsa dance. They had practiced for 6 months before they danced in the competition. They were very good.

Dane and Emily's friends were in the audience. Before that night, they had never seen Dane and Emily dance. In fact, Dane and Emily had never danced in front of anyone before the competition.

After everyone had danced, the judges announced the winners. Dane and Emily won! They were the best dancers in the competition. Emily said she had never practiced so hard before! She was glad they had practiced a lot.

1. She _________ (never be) to the North Pole until 2002.
2. They ____________ (never fight) before they (move) together.
3. He ______________ (never break) anything before he (start) to crawl.
4. When we _____________ (arrive), we ____________ (discover) that the bus _______ (leave).
5. When I _________ (call), she ________ (go) to sleep.
6. Ashley _________ (never meet) him, so she ____________ (want) more details.
7. He __________ (never kiss) a girl, so he _____________ (be) embarrassed.
8. Patrick ___________ (save) a lot of money before he _____________ (buy) the house.
9. They _________ (go) some place, because they ________ (be) not there when I ____ (arrive).
10. It _________ (be) too late, because the car _________ (sell) to someone else.
11. You said ________ (say) you ________ (be) to Turkey 5 times.
12. They _______ (tell) us they ____________ (paint) the entire apartment.
13. The boss _________ (tell) us he __________ (hire) some new staff.
14. Jason and Amy _________ (eat) before they __________ (come) to see you.
15. I had __________ (have) all the papers, but I __________ (lose) them.

CHANGE THE
VERB
Complete the following sentences using
simple past and past perfect.
After Fred (to spend) his holiday in Italy he (to want) to learn Italian.
Jill (to phone) Dad at work before she (to leave) for her trip.
Susan (to turn on) the radio after she (to wash) the dishes.
When she (to arrive) the match already (to start).
After the man (to come) home he (to feed) the cat.
Before he (to sing) a song he (to play) the guitar.
She (to watch) a video after the children (to go) to bed.
After Eric (to make) breakfast he (to phone) his friend.
I (to be) very tired because I (to study) too much.
They (to ride) their bikes before they (to meet) their friends.

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