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Expressing Likes and Dislikes

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fernando pizarro

on 2 April 2014

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Transcript of Expressing Likes and Dislikes

Grammar focus
to talk about likes and dislike we usually use "enjoy, like, love, don´t like, dislike, hate"
let´s practice
Roberto loves eating pineapple.
V/S
Roberto love eat pineapple.
Expressing Likes and Dislikes
let´s practice more
choose the best answer
1 I _____ playing football. It's fantastic.
(love/hate)

2 Susan likes _______ stories.
(writing/writting)

3
We hate ________ for clothes
. (shoping/shopping)

4
I like dancing, but I ______singing.
(Don´t like/Doesn´t like)

5 I love _______ my friends in Italy. (phoneing/phoning)

6 Stephen ______ studying, but he likes reading. (dislike/doesn´t like)

Who does enjoy these activities?
e.g. I don´t like Chocolate, but I love cotton candy. Do you like cotton candy?
rock climbing
Grammar Focus
Grammar Focus
when we use "enjoy, love, like, dislike, don´t like and hate" plus (+) another verb, the verb usually takes the
ING
form.

e.g Students love do
ing
their homework.
Be careful
Simple present:

pronouns verb complement
I love candies
you


he
she loves candies
it

they
we love candies
you

Affirmative sentence (+)
Negative Sentence
pronoun verb complement
I don´t eat vegetable
You


He
She doesn´t eat vegetable
It

They
We don´t eat vegetable
You
Question Sentences (?)
Auxiliary verb pronoun verb compl.
Do I love candies?
you


he
Does she love candies?
it

Do they
we love candies?
you




There are some rule to add
ING
most of the times we just add -ing directly to the verb
Go
Going Work Working
Study Studying Play Playing
but when the verb ends in a silent E preceded by a consonant
we drop the E and add ING.

live living write writing

move moving close closing
When the verb ends in a consonant and it´s a strong one syllable verb then we double the final consonant.

Stop Stopping Sit Sitting



1. tell your partner 3 things you love most and 3 thing you hate most. ( 5 minutes to do it).

2. choose 2 classmates and write down on your notebook 3 things he likes most and 3 thing he dislikes most !

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