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Past Simple vs past continuous

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Transcript of Past Simple vs past continuous

by Rubén Sainz Güiles Past simple vs past continuous Finally Actions COMPLETED in the past Verb "To Be" in the Past simple form
was / were How is it formed Tip:
while - past continuous
when - past simple Story making Interrogative &
negative forms Past simple Habits in the past I went to a party last night When I lived in London, I had to speak English When do we use them Partimos de... Curso: 3º ESO Ya conocen el "Past simple"
van a conocer el "Past continuous" Objetivo: utilizar la nueva estructura,
diferenciándola de la anterior Remember Past continuous new! An action begins BEFORE another
and FINISHES after it I was reading a book when he arrived reading reading reading he arrived Ongoing actions in the past Come in, Tom, we were talking about you talking talking tallking Tom arrived Other example:
While I was studying, she was watching TV. Verb in the "ING" form I/he/she/it WAS... We/you/they WERE... singing raining watching Words ending in... - e -ing -e CVC CVCCing -l -lling -y -ying Children have to make a story in groups, using both tenses. The class will be divided according to the rows. All of them have to be formed by the same number of children. The first one of the class writes a sentence on a paper, using at least one of the structures. Once he or she has written their sentence, the paper is given to the next child. The team which finishes first, wins a point. In groups, children will have to decide how to make the
interrogative and the negative forms. Firstly, 4 groups. 2 groups for each form. Teacher corrects Then, one group of each, mixed. Children teach the others Activity 1: brainstorming Activity 3: brainstorming one syllable
more syllables, stressed the last Activity 5 Create a story at home Using at least, 3 times each tense Funny examples like: Yesterday, I went shopping. As it was showering, I entered in an old-junk shop. It was quite frightening because there was not really much light inside, and the things there were strange. I opened a little box, when a ghost appeared, just form the inside! I was frightened, I tried to get out the shop. I was trying to open the door by pushing it, but it just didn't open! Everybody was looking at me because I was screaming. Then I saw the sign on the door: "PULL"
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