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Session 5 (1st ESO) - PRESENT CONTINUOUS AND PRESENT SIMPLE

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Núria Rovira

on 10 March 2013

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Transcript of Session 5 (1st ESO) - PRESENT CONTINUOUS AND PRESENT SIMPLE

What is the difference? PRESENT CONTINUOUS AND PRESENT SIMPLE Let's watch this video to discover it! They are working on some experiments.
"I'm making a present for my cousin George".
Mark is wearing a tie.
"I'm cooking vegetables".


"I never wear ties, but I'm wearing this tie because it's a present from my cousin George".
You always eat meat.
There is always a disaster when George comes. Let's have a look at these sentences and discuss what's the
difference between them Remember to write down some of the sentences you hear... Now, discuss in pairs what IS HAPPENING in the video! Here you have some starting points: What are Mark and Betty doing?
What is Mark making?
Why is Mark wearing a tie?
What is Mark cooking? Why? MAKE A GUESS! WE USE PRESENT CONTINUOUS... To talk about actions and things that are happening while we speak (NOW) For example:
- I'm making a present for my cousin George at the moment.
- Mark is wearing a tie today.
- I'm cooking vegetables now. WE USE PRESENT SIMPLE... To talk about ROUTINES or
REPEATED ACTIONS.





For example:
- You eat meat every day.
- There is always a disaster when George comes.
- I don't usually wear ties. Let's do an exercise together! By: Núria Rovira Write sentences. Use the present simple and present continuous
forms of the verbs. 1- We ....................... (chat) on the internet every evening.
2- Be quiet! I ..................... (revise) for the exam.
3- My friend ..................... (speak) five languages.
4- Alexander ..................... (go) to bed at ten o'clock every night.
5- 'Where are John and Steven?'
'They ...................... (play) football in the garden.' And now it's time to do some more... Example:
I ....................... (read) a good book at the moment.
I AM READING a good book at the moment.
I ....................... (read) the newspaper every morning.
I READ the newspaper every morning. Student's book page 49, ex. 4, 5
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