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Effective Grammar 1
DO YOU LIKE YOUR NAME?
IF YOU HAD THE OPPORTUNITY TO CHANGE IT, WOULD YOU DO IT?

DO YOU THINK A NAME CAN AFFECT A PERSON'S LIFE OR PERSONALITY?
HOW?
In Spanish-speaking cultures, does the father's or mother's family name come first?
WRITING
Write a profile to introduce yourself to your class.
Write about your name, your interests, your hobbies and your plans. You must use
SIMPLE PRESENT
and
PRESENT PROGRESSIVE.
EXPLAIN AND GIVE EXAMPLES OF THE FOLLOWING....
SURNAME
GIVEN NAME
TITLE
NICKNAME
A short version of a full name.
A description of a personality or physical trait
LUCHO / TOM / LIZ / MIKE / CURLY / TINY
A formal designation
MISS
MS.
MRS.
MR.
First name
LUIS / THOMAS / ELIZABETH / MICHAEL
Last name
SMITH / LEE / GARCIA / JONES / LOPEZ
PETER GENE HERNANDEZ
KATHERINE HUDSON
VICTOR TALLARICO
ADAM RICHARD WILES
ROBYN FENTY
ISABEL MEBARAK
ARMANDO PEREZ
STEVEN TYLER
KATY PERRY
PITBULL
SHAKIRA
BRUNO MARS
CALVIN HARRIS
RIHANNA
PETER GENE HERNANDEZ
KATHERINE HUDSON
ARMANDO PEREZ
ISABEL MEBARAK
ROBYN FENTY
ADAM RICHARD WILES
VICTOR TALLARICO
WHY DO YOU THINK FAMOUS PEOPLE CHANGE THEIR NAMES?
MANY FAMILIES NAME CHILD AFTER A GRANDPARENT OR A BELOVED RELATIVE. IS THERE ANY TRADITION IN YOUR FAMILY?
Why does Dusya use her nickname?
Why didn't Dusya want to call her teachers by their first names?
What is Jorge's middle name?
SIMPLE PRESENT
-
PRESENT PROGRESSIVE
Where
are
you
studying
?
I
study
English
I
am studying
English now.
I
don't study
French
I
am not studying
French
Do
you
study
English?
Are
you
studying
English now?
Yes, I
do
No, I
don't
Yes,
I am
No,
I'm not
Where
do
you
study
?
SIMPLE PRESENT
-
PRESENT PROGRESSIVE
The action happens at the same time I'm speaking
We describe what generally happens (a routine or a habit)
She
is waking up
right now.
She
usually
wakes up
at 7 am.
They
are watching
TV i
n this moment
.
He
often
watches
TV in the afternoon.
SIMPLE PRESENT
-
PRESENT PROGRESSIVE
To describe
temporary
actions
To describe
permanent
actions
I'm living
with my best friend
this month
.
Next month, I'll move to my new apartment.
My parents
live
in the U.S. They have lived there all their lives.
My sister
works
very hard. She has two jobs.
My sister
is working
hard
these days
. She has a lot of documents to finish.
STATIVE VERBS
(NON-ACTION VERBS)
(love, hate, like)
EMOTIONS
MENTAL STATES
WANTS
PERCEPTIONS
APPEARANCE
POSSESSION
(have, own)
(look, seem)
(hear, see)
(need, want)
(remember, forget, understand)
THESE VERBS
CAN'T BE
USED IN THE PRESENT PROGRESSIVE
I am hearing a noise.
I
hear
a noise.
He
looks
handsome.
He is looking handsome.
SIMPLE PRESENT
-
PRESENT PROGRESSIVE
Facts or Physical laws
Book or Movie reviews
The Earth
orbits
around the Sun.
RULES
He is wanting ice cream.
He
wants
ice cream.
Positive or Annoying habits.
Things you are
always doing.
Harold  Black's  a  famous  pianist.  He________________
(1:  give)
  two  or  three  concerts every  week. 
He  ________________
(2:  travel)
  a  lot  and  this  week  he's  in  New  York. 
He________________
(3:  stay)
  at  an  expensive  hotel.  He's  at  his  hotel  now. 
He________________
(4:  eat) 
his  breakfast  in  the  dining−room. 
He_________
(5: drink)
 a cup of coffee and he____________
(6: read)
 a newspaper.  Harold's  always  very  busy.  He________________
(7:  play)
  the  piano regularly. 
He________________
(8:  practice)
  for  four  hours  every  day. 
He________________
(9:  go)
  to  bed  late  and  he  always  ________________
(10:  get up) 
early.  But  he  sometimes________________
(11:  get)
  dressed  too  quickly,  and  this 
morning he________________
(12: wear)
 one blue sock and one red one!
1. Look!  Junko  ________  into  the  water.  
A.  jumps  
B. is  jumping  
2. I  ________  you're  crazy!  

A. think  
B. am  thinking  
3. Don't  give  Jan  any  cheese.  She  ________  it!  
A. hates  
B. is  hating  
4. I  ________  to  Toronto  next  Thursday.  Do  you  want  to  come?  

A. go  
B. am  going  
5. Once  a  week,  I  ________  to  an  art  class  at  the  college.  
A. go  
B. am  going  
6. I  ________  lunch  in  the  cafeteria  every  day.  
A. have  
B. am  having  
7. Salman  is  rich  —  he  ________  a  Mercedes.  
A. drives  
B.  is  driving  
The movie Titanic
tells
the story of the transatlantic which sank in the ocean.
Joseph is
always talking
in class.
He never pays attention.
I am
always losing
my pen! I'm so messy!
is wearing

gives
travels
is staying
is eating
is drinking
is reading
plays
practices
goes
gets up
gets
drives
is jumping
think
hates
am going
go
have
ASK QUESTIONS ABOUT HIS/HER NAME + OTHER GENERAL QUESTIONS.
REMEMBER TO USE BOTH
THE SIMPLE PRESENT
AND
THE PRESENT PROGRESSIVE
INTERVIEW YOUR PARTNER FOR 2 MINUTES
WHO ARE THEY?
Can you name other famous couples?
SUPER COUPLES
Why do you think they are called super couples?
SIMPLE PAST
vs.
PAST PROGRESSIVE
What
were
you
cooking
at 6:30?
I
cooked
dinner yesterday.
I
was cooking
dinner at 6:30 yesterday.
I
didn't cook
dinner yesterday.
I
wasn't cooking
dinner at 8:00.
I was watching TV.
Did
you
cook
?
Were
you
cooking
at 6:45?
Yes, I
did
No, I
didn't
Yes, I
was
No, I
wasn't
What
did
you
cook
?
SIMPLE PAST
vs.
PAST PROGRESSIVE
The action was
completed
at a specific time in the past.
The action was
in progress
at a specific time in the past.
In 2009 she
was studying
medicine.
In 2007 she
entered
college.
He
went
to bed at 11 last night.
At 11:30 he
was sleeping
.
COMBINATIONS
PAST PROGRESSIVE
SIMPLE PAST
An action in progress was interrupted by another.
1.
He
was taking
a shower
when
the phone
rang
.
While

he
was taking
a shower, the phone
rang.
While
Nemo
was swimming,
a shark
appeared.
Nemo
was swimming
when
a shark
appeared
PAST PROGRESSIVE
2.
PAST PROGRESSIVE
Two actions in progress at the same time.
While
his mother
was cooking
, he
was watching
TV.
When
his mother
was cooking
, he
was watching
TV.
When
Homer was
watching TV
, Lisa
was doing
her homework.
While
Homer
was watching
TV, Lisa
was doing
her homework.
SIMPLE PAST
SIMPLE PAST
PAST PROGRESSIVE
3.
SIMPLE PAST
4.
An action happened when other was already in progress.
An action happened after other was completed.
When they

traveled
to Cuzco, they
visited
Machupicchu
When he
arrived
home, she
was preparing

dinner.
(First she started preparing dinner, then he arrived home)
(First they traveled to Cuzco, then they visited Machupicchu)
WHAT WERE YOUR ACTIVITIES YESTERDAY?
7:30 GET UP
7:45-8:15 EAT BREAKFAST
9:00-9:30 CLEAN MY BEDROOM
12:00-12:45 SHOPPING
1:00-2:00 EAT LUNCH
REMEMBER
STATIVE OR NON-ACTION VERBS
CAN'T
BE USED IN PROGRESSIVE TENSES.

LOVE
HATE
REMEMBER
UNDERSTAND
SEEM
LOOK
OWN
HAVE
WANT
LIKE
a) Mary
prepared / was preparing
lunch when they
came / were coming.

b) Tom was very unlucky. It
rained / was raining
every day during his holidays.

c) Who was that nice girl you
talked / were talking
to when I
walked / was walking
by the pub?

d) Last weekend Susan
fell / was falling
and
broke/ was breaking
her leg.

e) When I
entered / was entering
the cafeteria Mary
had / was having
lunch with Peter.

f) We
drove/ were driving
to Berlin in Robert´s new car.

g) The sun
shone / was shining
brightly when I
got up / was getting up
this morning.

h) Ann finally
told / was telling
us the whole story about Peter.
ADVENTURE SPORTS
Have you or someone you know ever practiced these sports?
WHERE IS JASON FROM?
WHY DID JOY WANT TO GO SKYDIVING?
WHERE HAS JASON BEEN STUDYING?
WHAT KIND OF PERSON HAS JASON ALWAYS BEEN?
HOW DID JASON LEARN TO LOVE ADVENTURE SPORTS?
SIMPLE PAST

Where
have
you

been studying
English?
I
studied
English
I
didn't study
French
Did
you
study
English?
Yes, I
did
No, I
didn't
Where
did
you
study
English?
I
have studied
English since 2014
I
have been studying
English since 2014
I
haven't studied
French
I
haven't been studying
French since 2012
Have
you
studied
English?
Have
you
been studying
English?
Where
have
you
studied
English?
Yes, I
have
No, I
haven't
PRESENT PERFECT
PRESENT PERFECT PROGRESSIVE
VS.
We use the Simple Past to talk about things that happened and were
completed

in the past.
He
worked
at Microsoft for 5 years.
(He doesn't work there anymore. The action is finished)
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