English 0SB4 Monday 23rd November 2020

Your English Lesson today : 23rd November 2020
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Your English Lesson today : 23rd November 2020

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Lesson Goals
1 Knowing how to use the past simple and past continuous 

2 learning about formal and informal emails 

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Tijd (wanneer) kan ook aan het begin van de zin:
voor extra nadruk.

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This lesson
  • Homework check
  • Learning about simple past + past continuous 
  • learning about formal and informal emails

23rd   November
Lesdoel: Aan het einde van de les heb je geoefend met de grammar en kun je een informele email schrijven  

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Past Simple / Past Continuous

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Past simple- past continuous

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Past continuous (duurvorm)

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Past Continuous

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Simple past
Past continuous
was cycling
were doing
was studying
was reading

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When do we use the Present Simple and when the Present Continuous?
Present simple
Present continuous
to describe actions that are going on at the moment of speaking
to describe past events in a vivid, dramatic, narrative way
to describe something that is always or usually true, such as general thruths or scientific facts
to talk about people's habits, for things they do or that happen regularly
When a future activity will take place according to a timetable, schedule or programma
to talk about things we have arranged to (with someone) in the (near) future
to talk about habits that the speaker finds irritating

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Past simple
Past continuous
was cycling
were doing
didn't sleep
was studying
was reading

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Figures of speech
Personal tone
Simple language
, short sentences 
Informal style
Contractions  are allowed
(You're, it's)
Expressing feelings

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Formal letters
Formal letters are sent to organizations, government departments, chair holders, etc to make complaints, requests, inquiries, orders etc. In case of formal letters, the person to whom you are addressing the letter is not a friend or any other person known to you. Your tone is full of respect making use of formal words and sentences to create a nice impression on the recipient. 

Informal letters are written to friends and relatives. The purpose of writing a letter is not to make a complaint or inquiry, and the tone is also casual. The words used can be colloquial and slang, and you are not there to create an impression. Informal letters can be considered a freestyle swimming where you are free to write in the style and tone as you wish. There is no set format, and there is no need to be using formal style and tone.

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