# Passive (8B)

Today
Listening: Woots
Passive

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This lesson contains 16 slides, with interactive quizzes, text slides and 1 video.

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Today
Listening: Woots
Passive

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music is ok

No book with you? Do research
- themes
- analysis
- background
- write presentation

timer
20:00

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Passive
What do you remember from last class?

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p97, unit 8b, ex. 6
Questions we normally ask: who does what? Move the object, do the "to be + 3rd form" thing.
Steve pushes the panda ----- the panda is pushed by Steve

Look at this:
I must do my homework
So now what?

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I must do my homework

#### Slide 6 -Mind map

p97, unit 8b, ex. 6
I must do my homework
My homework must... be done... by me

BUT.... some verbs go with being
extra help 1
extra help 2
extra help 3

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Practice practice practice
Go to THIS Google Form (I also posted it in Classroom) and get to work.
Finished? ex 7 and 8 in unit 8B.
We'll do 8 together if you want to, you may also just work independently
Finished? Research your book or find extra practice in Classroom

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The internet was invented by...
Find an interesting fact
Make a sentence using the fact (use the passive!)
Add them to the next slide in the wordweb

(Tim Berners-Lee)

#### Slide 10 -Mind map

Homework: passives worksheet

Want to learn more? I have some help in the next slides in this LessonUp. Check the previous LessonUps as well, and don't forget Classroom.

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How to study this?
- make sure you have a firm understanding of past and present
- of simple, perfect, and continuous
BECAUSE
- you need to know the auxiliary verbs (hulpwerkwoorden)
passive = auxiliary +  to be + verb (past particple)
- to be: does your tense need an infinitive (ik-vorm), a past, or a participle (3e rijtje ww)?

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- present simple (no aux)
- present continuous (aux = to be + ing)
- present perfect (aux = have + participle)
- past simple (no aux)
- past continuous (aux = was/were + ing)

Grammar is a formula, just put the right item in the correct box

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Words                                    are                          written
- present continuous (aux = to be + ing)
Words  are                            being                      written
- present perfect (aux = have + participle)
Words have                           been                     written
- past simple (no aux)
Words                                       were                   written
- past continuous (aux = was/were + ing)
Words were                               being                    written

subject
aux
to be
verb
Homework
is
done
is
being
done
has
been
done
was
done
was
being
done