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HELLO!


Hope you are well :)


remind me at the end of class to give you video upload tips


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Today
No more new stuff: revision
First: go through everything and make a test together
the goal: help you think about which tense to pick, challenge you to look at grammar from another angle, end up with lots of practice material 

Leftover time: time for you

Slide 2 - Slide

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Use the document in classroom
I put a document in Classroom with a list of topics
We will go through everything together with questions here in LessonUp

As we go: add to your own notes
As we go: make quiz questions and put them down to share

Slide 3 - Slide

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Present simple
Present continuous
Present perfect

Past simple
Past continuous
Past perfect

Conditional 0
Conditional 1
Conditional 2
Conditional 3

Slide 4 - Slide

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We have to take the walk without Bob, he ________ (sprain) his ankle.

Slide 5 - Open question

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Mrs de Weerd _______ for almost 16 years now.
A
teaches
B
is teaching
C
has taught
D
has been teaching

Slide 6 - Quiz

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Samirato _______ (go) to school since she was four.

Slide 7 - Open question

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What ______ (Jane/ do) now?

Slide 8 - Open question

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James never ____ his homework. (to do)
A
does
B
is doing
C
has done
D
has been doing

Slide 9 - Quiz

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Look! Steve's mother ______ a Frappuccino. (to make)
A
makes
B
is making
C
has made
D
has been making

Slide 10 - Quiz

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She is well-informed about politics because she _____ the newspaper every day.
A
reads
B
is reading
C
has read
D
has been reading

Slide 11 - Quiz

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Emily ______ on the computer for too long. (to work)
A
works
B
is working
C
has worked
D
has been working

Slide 12 - Quiz

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We ______ (be) friends ever since kindergarten.

Slide 13 - Open question

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with "work": I am ___right now
I always ____ here, what are you talking about?
I ___ never ____ here before, love the view though!

Slide 14 - Open question

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Present tenses
Which sentence is correct?
A
He exercises regularly.
B
She is usually coming late to school.
C
I am watching TV every morning.
D
He plays tennis now.

Slide 15 - Quiz

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Present tenses
Which sentence is wrong?
A
My sister speaks French very well.
B
It is raining cats and dogs. We'd better stay at home.
C
Be quiet! The baby is sleeping.
D
Tom works at the moment.

Slide 16 - Quiz

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Present tenses
- facts
- ongoing things
- link past and present

I waited for you
I have waited for you

Slide 17 - Slide

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Present simple
Present continuous
Present perfect

Past simple
Past continuous
Past perfect

Conditional 0
Conditional 1
Conditional 2
Conditional 3

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Past tenses
- same types as present
- but remember the auxiliaries! 

I am working
I have worked
Do I work?

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when making a past tense, which verbs change?

Slide 20 - Mind map

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I ___ (sit) at the back of the classroom so I couldn’t see the screen.
A
was sitting
B
had been sitting
C
sat
D
had sat

Slide 21 - Quiz

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What happened first?
Describe the pictures in one sentence using the correct past tenses.

Slide 22 - Open question

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I ___ (call) her twice before she finally sent me a message.

A
was calling
B
had been calling
C
called
D
had called

Slide 23 - Quiz

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Before yesterday’s match, they ___ (not win) any of their matches.
A
did not win
B
did not won
C
had not won
D
had not win

Slide 24 - Quiz

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What happened first?
Describe the pictures in one sentence using the correct past tenses.

Slide 25 - Open question

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making test questions: problems

I am ___right now
I always ____ here, what are you talking about?  
I ___ never ____ here before, love the view though!

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Turn these in to past tense test questions:

I am ___right now
I always ____ here, what are you talking about?
I ___ never ____ here before, love the view though!

Slide 27 - Open question

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making test questions: problems

I am ___right now
I always ____ here, what are you talking about?  
I ___ never ____ here before, love the view though!
- signposting language such as right now

- other verbs in the sentence: what tense are they in? what are you talking about

- when moving the sentence to the past, does it even make sense still? 

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Function of tenses
present continuous: 
ongoing things
past continuous: 
one thing was going on, then got interrupted
present perfect: 
relevance of past activtity for now
past perfect:
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what does a past perfect do?

Slide 30 - Mind map

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Past Perfect

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Present simple
Present continuous
Present perfect

Past simple
Past continuous
Past perfect

Conditional 0
Conditional 1
Conditional 2
Conditional 3

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timer
1:00
If I had the money, I would travel around the world
If I go to the shops, I’ll get some bread
If I had studied harder, I would have passed my exam
If you heat water, it boils
Zero conditional
first conditional
second conditional
third conditional

Slide 33 - Drag question

You have learned 3 types of condtionals. Zero conditional: general truth. First conditional: to describe what is possible/likely in the present or future. Second conditional;talk about sth that is very unlikely to happen in the fure. Third cond: to describe sth in the past that could have happend but it didn’t, or that should haven’t happend but did. These types of conditionals are fantastic and they talk about events in their own time frame: Present, future, and past.

Zero conditional
First conditional
Second conditional
Third conditional
Facts
Things that are generally true
Events in the past that did not happen
Things that are possible in the future
Things that are unlikely to happen
Things that
are imaginary

Slide 34 - Drag question

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what was the big fat tip when doing a conditionals gap fill exercise?

Slide 35 - Mind map

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Now what?
- write mock test questions
- make mock test
- practice with things on the internet

- go find extra help/exercises in my grammar books
- ask me for anything that is unclear
- revisit your summaries, classroom, lessonup

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