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Present-past- comparative (all in one)
Transcript of Present-past- comparative (all in one)
Let´s answer questions
So please do a good job and pass the exam
Sophia loved bath time. It was an adventure every time. Sometimes she
played with her rubber ducks. She had seven floating ducks the colors of the
rainbow. They looked silly bobbing in the water. They were really fun. Other
times in her bath, she played with water squirting fish. There were six of them.
Each of them was a different shape and color. They squirted water like squirt
guns. That was pretty fun, but it wasn’t the most fun.
#1 Never read word by word
Sophia loved bath time. It was an adventure every time.
Read it together
Never read word by word
Why did Sophia love bath time?
Because it was an adventure every time.
Sophia has three different types of toys that she plays with during bath time.
Name the three.
(last week, yesterday, last year, last night, etc)
Always at the end of the sentence
I do not study on Thursdays.
study on Thursday.
I see my friends on the weekend.
Change to past tense
It is irregular
I saw my friends on the weekend.
I talk to my mom in the afternoon.
It is regular.
Just add ed
I talked to my mom in the afternoon.
Ok let's change the verbs to past tense
When we change it.
I studied a lot for my exam.
Change it to Negative
I didn't study a lot for my exam.
It's the same
consonant vowel consonant
Ends in y
Remember always 2
She is bigger than me.
And long words
The book of my friend
My friend's book
Capital letters are for proper nouns
I go to the park.
I went to the park.
I walk to the park.
I walked to the park.
Verb list irregular nouns