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PRESENT SIMPLE vs PRESENT CONTINUOUS

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Natàlia PR

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Transcript of PRESENT SIMPLE vs PRESENT CONTINUOUS

PRESENT SIMPLE vs PRESENT CONTINUOUS
PRESENT SIMPLE
SPELLING: third
personal singular
HOW IS IT BUILD
WHEN DO WE USE IT?

DESCRIBE EVENTS THAT HAPPEN ONE AFTER ANOTHER IN:
Commentaries
Demostrations
Instructions

TELL STORIES AND JOKES IN AN INFORMAL STYLE
PRESENT CONTINUOUS
NON PROGRESSIVE VERBS
LOVE
AFFIRMATIVE
I work
You work
He WORKS
She WORKS
It WORKS
We work
You work
They work
INTERROGATIVE
Do I work?
Do you work?
Does he work?
Does she work?
Does it work?
Do we work?
Do you work?
Do they work?
NEGATIVE
I do not (don't) work
You do not (don't) work
He does not (doesn't) WORK
She does not (doesn't) WORK
It does not (doesn't) WORK
We do not (don't) work
You do not (don't) work
They do not (don't) work
WHEN DO WE USE IT?
HOW IS IT BUILD
· THINGS THAR ARE HAPPENING AROUND NOW

I am(I'm) working
You are(you're) working
He is (he's)working
She is(she's) working
It is (it's) working
We are(we're) working
You are(you're) working
They are(they're) working
AFFIRMATVE

I am not working
You are not(aren't) working
He is not (isn't)working
she is not(isn't) working
It is not(isn't) working
We are not(aren't) working
You are not(aren't) working
They are not(aren't) working
NEGATIVE

Am I working?
Are you working?
Is he/she/it working?
Are we working?
Are you working?
Are they working?
INTERROGATIVE
"I'm working hard these days"
· CHANGES THAT ARE HAPPENING
"Prices are getting up"
· TALK ABOUT THE FUTURE
"I'm seeing Lucy tomorrow"
BELIVE
FORGET
HATE
KNOW
LIKE
MEAN
NEED
PREFER
REMEMBER
UNDERSTAND
WANT
AGREE
BELONG
MATTER
MIND
OWN
REALIZE
VERBS WHICH
CAN CHANGE
MEANINGS
SUPPOSE
STRESSING SYLLABLES
Most verbs adds
-s

Vowel
+ y
add
-s

Consonant+
-y
drop -y and add
-ies

V. ending in
-s, -x, ch, sh
: add
-es

Go and do: add
-es

NON PROGRESSIVE VERBS
SPELLING
Most verbs: just add
-ing
THINGS THAT ARE ALWAYS TRUE
"Sky is blue"
THINGS THAT HAPPEN ALL THE TIME, OFTEN, SOMETIMES, NEVET, ETC

"I play tennis every Sunday"
WE ONLY DOUBLE LETTERS IN STRESSED SYLLABLES
beGIN beginning
forGET forgetting
but
OPen opening
VISit visiting
Verbs ending in -e: drop the end and add
-ing
Verbs ending in -ie: change the end to
-y
and add
-ing
"break
ing"
"com
ing"
"dy
ing"
"robb
ing"
Short verbs ending in one vowel and one consonant: double the last letter and add
-ing
"go
es
"
"teach
es
"
"repl
ies
"
"play
s
"
· BACKROUNDS (THING THAT ARE ALREADY HAPPENING WHEN THE STORY STARTS)
"He's walking through the jungle
when he meets a gorilla"
"I feel you're making a mistake"
THINK

"I think you're wrong"

"I'm thinking about the holidays"
SEE
"I see what you mean"
I'm seeing the doctor today"
LOOK
"That looks like our train"
"What are you looking at?"
"I'm feeling ill"
HAVE
"I have a headache"
"We are having a
great time"
Have an opinion
Plan, look at ideas
Understand
Meet
Seem like
Turn eyes toward
FEEL
Have an opinion
Feel ill/tired
Possesion
Actions
"eat
s
"
Inés Surrà, Natàlia Pla
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