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It's so hot! I'm thirsty a big glass of ice water. My boss was nice me after I made that mistake, but I could tell she wasn't pleased. Are you angry me? Harry, try some of this pasta.
My plate is already full food. Four council members were absent the meeting last night. Why are you so friendly with Mr. He's always so mean to everybody.
He's always been very kind me, so I have no reason to treat him otherwise. My sister is so mad me. She won't even speak to me.
Is everybody ready dinner? Let's eat before the food gets cold. The post office opens at eight o'clock every morning. Hall goes to the fruit market every Monday. Hall to the fruit market yesterday, last Monday. The company executives meet at nine o'clock every Friday morning. I make my own lunch and take it to work with me every morning. Clark pays his rent on time every month.
Clark his rent on time yesterday, last month. The baby falls asleep at three o'clock every afternoon. The last bus to downtown leaves at ten o'clock every night. Use the given words to make questions and give answers. Dfd you answer the question? Yes, Idid. I answered the question. NO, Ididn't. I didn't answer the question. Yes, the fireworks. No, the fireworks. Yes, the game. No, the game. Yes, the lecture. Yes, at home last night.
No, at home last night. My car wouldn't start this morning, so I my bicycle to work. I needed money to pay my tuition at the university, so I my motorcycle to my cousin. Simple past: Use each verb only one time. The phone ranq eight times before anybody answered it. Oh my gosh! Call the police! Someone my car! The architectural firm that I work for designed this building. My brother's construction company it.
It took them two years to complete it.
I the bird in my hands and put it back outside. My father me how to make furniture. It got so cold last night that the water in the pond 6. When I heard abou't Sue's problem, I sorry for her. Alex a map for us to show us how to get to the museum. A few minutes ago, I on the radio about a bad plane accident.
Joe had an accident. He off the roof and his leg. Sam the race.
He ran the fastest. Ted his car to Alaska last summer. The soldiers the battle through the night and into the morning.
I used to have a camera, but I it because I needed the money. Jane didn't want anyone to find her diary, so she it in a shoe box in her closet. There was a cool breeze last night. I opened the window, but Colette got cold and it. Joy was barefoot. She stepped on a piece of broken glass and her foot. Danny and I are old friends. We each other in My friend told me that he had a singing dog. When the dog my hands over my ears and My friend passed it to me in class.
I didn't want anyone else to see the note, so I it into tiny pieces and it in the wastebasket. My mother I wrote to her while I was in England.
She didn't throw any away. Practice pronouncing frnal -EDby saying the words in the list aloud. Final -ed has three different pronunciations: Voiceless sounds are made by pushing air through your mouth; no sound comes from your throat. Examples of voiceless sounds: Voiced sounds come from your throat. If you touch your neck when you make a voiced sound, you can feel your voice box vibrate. Your voice box produces voiced sounds. Examples of voiced sounds: After Ifrnished reading Rod's poem, I called him and we talked for an hour.
Earlier today, I cleaned my apartment. I washed the windows, waxed the wood floor, and vacuumed the carpet. I expected to hear from Dr. Li about a scholarship. I crossed my fingers and hoped for good news.
I poured water into the glass and fded it to the top. I offered it to Sara. Tim dropped the book. I picked it up and dusted it off with my hand. She handed us the tests at the beginning of class and collected them at the end. Iguessed at most of the answers. I realized I should have studied harder.
Spelling of -ing and -edforms. Complete the chart. Refer to Chart if necessary. Write one "t" or two "t's" in the blanks to spell the -ing verb correctly. Then write the simple form of the verb in each sentence. I'm my dog's head. I'm b i i n g my fiails because I'm nervous. I'm s i n g in a comfortable chair. I'm f i g h n g the urge to have some chocolate ice cream. I'm w a i n g to see if I'm really hungry.
I'm g e i n g up from my chair now. I'm s t a r i n g to walk to the refrigerator. I'm p e r m i i n g myself to have some ice cream. I'm l i f i n g the spoon to my mouth. I'm e a i n g the ice cream now. It tastes good. I'm also c u i n g a piece of cake. It can slip right out of your hand. How about frogs? Yes, A: What about snakes? I know, not. I've never touched a snake. I want to go to the mall this afternoon and look for a new bathing suit. I have an appointment with my English teacher.
Besides, I download a new bathing suit last year. I need, not a new one this year. I offer to help my older neighbor carry her groceries into her house every time I see her return from the store. She be always very grateful. Yesterday, she offer to pay me for helping her, but of course I accept, not the offer. Fortunately, I didn't get wet because I was standing under a large tree when it began to rain.
I saw Ted at the student cafeteria at lunch time. He a sandwich. Cook asked an interesting question. The professor Mr. Cook's question when Mr. Gray rudely interrupted. Robert didn't answer the phone when Sara called. He his favorite song in the shower and didn't hear the phone ring.
I saw a whale! This morning. I on the beach when I heard a sudden "whoosh! No, I walk 4. Hi, Greg. How are you this morning?
Are you on your way to work? No, I walk 5. Why are you laughing? What's so funny? We watch 6. Why were you and your friends laughing so loudly a little while ago? We watch 7. Where are Ann and Rob? I haven't seen them for a couple of weeks. Are they in town? No, they travel 8. Where were Ann and Rob when you got back from your trip? Were they in town? There are three n's in the word beginning. I hit my thumb while I use the hammer. While I walk under an apple tree, an apple fall and hit me on the head.
Last month, both my brother and my next-door neighbor were in Thailand, and neither one of them know that the other was there.
While they a m n d my daughter's wedding reception last weekend, my neighbor mention her trip, and my brother was very surprised. While I look at the computer screen, I start to feel a little dizzy, so I take a break. He IS. Riding a bike How come you don't know how to ride a bike? I never My family One time I But I'd love to learn now! When can we start?
Rebecca had a rat as a pet when she was ten. The rat died, and she hasn't had another rat as a pet since that time. Before Adam got married, he went bowling five times a week. A long time ago, we raised chickens in our yard. When we raised our own chickens, we had fresh eggs every morning. When Ben was a child, he often crawled under his bed and put his hands over his ears when he heard thunder.
Past Time 0. Compare past and present clothing. Compare your grandparents' lives when they were teenagers to the lives of teenagers today. Compare past and present beliefs. Chapters 1 a n d 2 Directions: Complete the sentences with the verbs in parentheses. He form formed a plan for finding husbands for them.
When the people of the land hear the news about the frog and the princess, they laugh and laugh. She believe no he simple present is used here because the story is giving the king's exact words in a quotation. Notice that quotation marks ". See Chart for more information about quotations. Her two sisters, she discovered, be very unhappy. The handsome husband ignore his wife and talk, not to her. The wealthy husband make fun of his wife and give her orders all the time.
But Tina and her frog prince live happily ever after. With your classmates, write a story that happens in the past. Each student should write one paragraph of three to five sentences at a time. One student begins the story. Then he or she passes the paper on to another student, who will then write a paragraph and pass the paper on-until everyone in the class has had a chance to write a paragraph.
Use the story suggestions in Practice 23 above or make up your own story beginning. Jack goes shopping On Saturdays. Elaine and I had a light lunch noon, and then we played tennis the afternoon. Hi, John. It's good to see you again.
When I saw you December, you were working at the department store. Are you still working there? I quit January 1st. I left my friends midnight. No more questions for this witness, Your Honor. Are you familiar the new musical play downtown? I'm told it's very good. We're going to see it the summer. What do you do Sunday afternoons?
I go to the amusement park with my family almost every Sunday. Isn't the park full people Sundays? I hate crowds. It's not so bad the early afternoon. It gets worse later in the day. My son was afraid dogs the past, but now he's asking me to get him one.
Present, past, and future. Chapters 1,2, and 3 Directions: Complete the sentences with the given verbs. Joe arrives on time every day. Joe arrived on time yesterday. Joe k going to arrive on time tomorrow. Joe will arrive on time tomorrow. Joe on time every day? Did Joe arrive on time yesterday? Joe on time tomorrow? Mike on time every day b. Mike on time yesterday. Mike isn't going to fie on time tomorrow. Mike on time tomorrow. Ann breakfast every day. Ann breakfast yesterday.
Ann breakfast tomorrow. YOU breakfast every day? YOU breakfast yesterday? YOU breakfast tomorrow? I breakfast every,day. I breakfast yesterday. I breakfast tomorrow. Yes, I. What you, do are you goinq to do this afternoon? I finish am qoing to finish my report. Where Ryan, be later tonight? He be at Kim's house. I eat, not lunch. I don't have enough time. I finish it in less than a minute. Be going to. Use your own ideas. Notice the various time expressions that are used to indicate future time.
Are you going to eat lunch at McDonald's today? The clouds are leaving, and the sun is coming out. It pro6a6ly won't rain anymore. The weather is cold today. There's no reason to expect the weather to change. It will pro6a6ly be cold tomorrow, too. Sam, Sharon, and Carl worked hard on this project. They turn in the best work. The other students didn't work as hard.
Ronald is having a very difficult time in advanced algebra. He didn't understand anything that happened in class today, and he understand tomorrow's class either. Jan skipped lunch today. She eat as soon as she gets home. Yes, will.
Yes, I'll. For each situation, predict the future. Use the negative if you wish. What other predictions can you make about the twenty-first century? Mom, can I have a candy bar?
No, but I download an apple for you. How does that sound? Okay, I guess. I can't figure out what to wear to the Harvest Moon Ball. It's formal, isn't it? I wear a floor-length gown. Maybe I should wear my red gown with the big sleeves. But I think it needs cleaning. I take it to the cleaner's for you when I go downtown this afternoon if you'd like. Gee, thanks. That'll save me a trip.
Sometimes, however, they are NOT interchangeable. In this exercise, only one of them is correct, not both. See Chart But you have to promise not to read it. Chart 3 4 Directions: Combine the two sentences in any order, using the time expression in parentheses. Underline the time clause in the sentence you write. Pay special attention to the verb tense you use in the time clause. I'll call Mike tomorrow. I'll tell him the good news. Ann will lock all the doors. She will go to bed. I'm going to be in London for two days.
I'm going to visit the Tate Museum.
The show will start. The curtain will go up. Nick is going to change the oil in his car. He's going to take a bath. We'll call you. We'll drive over to pick you up. I'll call you. I'll get an answer from the bank about the loan.
I'll get my paycheck. I'll pay my rent. Time clauses. Use the given verbs to complete the sentences. I 'fl read the textbook before I take the final exam. Lee his wife as soon as he to the hotel tonight.
Someone else will have to let them in. If she late, dinner , late. Paul dropped the paint and spill it all over the ground. Next weekend, Nick is going to meet his friends downtown and go to a soccer game. Anna moves into her apartment on Sunday and start her new job on Monday.
My pen slipped out of my hand and fall to the floor. I'm getting up early tomorrow morning and I walk to work. Next month, I take my vacation and forget about everything that is connected to my job.
Kathy thinks I was the cause of her problems, but I wasn't. Someday she discover the truth and apologize to me. Yesterday I see the man who stole the radio from my car last Friday. I run after him, catch him, and knock him down. A passerby go to call the police. I sit on the man while I w a i t for them to come. After they get there and understand the situation, they put handcuffs on him and take him to jail. While I'm reading the paper, my teenage daughter downstairs.
We about her plans for the day. I her with her breakfast and a lunch for her to take to school. After we goodbye, I some fruit and cereal and reading the morning paper. My office in my home. My office a desk, a computer, a radio, a TV set, a copy machine, and a lot of bookshelves.
I all morning. While I'm working, the phone many times. I to many people. At As I said, tomorrow morning an ordinary morning. Peterson, when I go for my appointment next Friday. Do we have a test in English class tomorrow?
Don'ryou remember? We're going to have a guest lecturer. Are you sure we don't have a test? A professor from the Department of Environmental Sciences to our class tomorrow morning. That sounds interesting. And it sure beats having a test. Why are you looking for your passport? I need it because I'm leaving for Taipei next Monday.
How long will you be away? A week. I the first few days with my brother, who is going to school there. After that I some old friends I went to school with in Australia several years ago. They've invited me to be their house guest. Sounds like a great trip. Hope you find your passport. The present progressive to express future time. Look at Fred's calendar. He on Monday. He on Tuesday. He probably on Wednesday. He on Thursday. He on Friday. He on Saturday.
Make a calendar of your plans for the coming week. I on Sunday. I on Monday. I on Tuesday. I on Wednesday. I - on Thursday. I - on Friday. The coffee shop at seven o'clock tomorrow morning.
I'll meet you there at 7: I'll be there. What time are you going to go to the airport tonight? Tom's plane around 7: What time should we go to the theater tonight? Around 7: The movie at 8: What time it? It's a two-hour movie. It at What time the dry cleaning shop tonight? If I don't get there in time, 1'11 have nothing to wear to the banquet tonight.
It at 6: I can pick up your dry cleaning for you. Hey, thanks! That'll really help! Chapters 1 , 2 and 3 Directions: Complete the sentences with a form of the verb in parentheses.
I'll lend you my bike if I need, not it tomorrow. Everyone in the office plan to come to the annual company picnic tomorrow.
Of course! How you, get, usuully to work? I take the commuter train every morning. A few days ago, Janet watch a drama on TV when the screen suddenly become blank and the T V set stop working.
She never fiad out how the story ended. I go to a lecture on Shakespeare tomorrow evening. Want to join me? Brian and I g o to a movie-Godzilla Eats the Earth. When's Barbara going to call? We have to leave soon. She call, probably any minute. I'm sure she'll call us before we go out to dinner. There be a police car behind us. Its lights flash B: I know! I see A: What go on?
No, I'm not. I go the speed limit. Ah, look. The police car pass us. Sometime in the next twenty-five years, a spaceship with a human crew land on Mars. At least, that's what I think 9.
I usually ride my bicycle to work in the morning, but it rain when I left my house early this morning, so I drive my car. After I arrive at work, I discover that I had left my briefcase at home. How do you like your new job?
I don't start it until tomorrow. I give YOU an answer next week. What you, wear to Eric's wedding tomorrow? My blue dress, I guess. How about you? I plan to wear my new outfit. I download it just a few days ago. It be a yellow suit with a white blouse. Just a minute. I show it to you. Wait right here. I get it from my closet and bring it out. Where's my blue sweater? Lizzy wear it today. She's what? I lend, not her my sweater. Well, Lizzy be back soon. You can get your su ack then.
Chapters 1, 2, a n d 3 Directions: Dianne, Sara, and Emily all 1. They 2. Now, the three of them 4. They 5. Yesterday, they 7. At this dinner, they 8. Everything 9. To make a long story short, Sara Sara She No, and I get, not any. I have, not mice in my house. What happened? I cut my finger.
It bleed! Put pressure on it. I get some antibiotic and a bandage. It open at If we leave here at 9: The kids can be the first ones in the park. I don't believe flying saucers. Do you? I don't know. I think anything is possible. Ted is going to help me my homework tonight. Do you mind if I apply your job after you quit?
I'm traveling Indonesia next week to discuss my new business plan our contacts in Jakarta. I admire Carmen her courage and honesty in admitting that mistake. Where did you get that new car?
I borrowed it my neighbor. What are you two arguing? Modern art. Where will you go to school next year? Well, I applied admission at five different universities, but I'm worried that none of them will accept me.
Chapters 1 and 3 Directions: Dan is always nice everyone. How long do you need to keep the Spanish book you borrowed me? I'd like to keep it until I'm ready the exam next week. Why weren't you more polite Alan's friend?
Because he kept staring me all evening. He made me nervous. We're going to beat you in the soccer game on Saturday. No way. Two of your players are equal only one of ours.
Oh yeah? We'll see. Stop pouring! My cup is already full coffee. May I please borrow some money you? I'm thirsty an ice-cream soda, and we're walking right by the ice cream shop. Do you believe astrology? I'm really not familiar it. Mike, I really admire you your ability to remember names. Will you help me the introductions?
Indonesia has several active volcano. Baboon are big monkey. They have large head and sharp tooth. They eat leaf, root, insect, and egg. Plural nouns. Our classrooms have tables, chairs, and desks.
Carrots and peas are vegetables. I was in Alaska for two weeks and three days. Salespeople treat customers with courtesy. Bacteria can cause diseases. Clouds are floating across the sky. The audience in the theater applauded the performers at the end of the show. Helmets protect bicyclists from serious injuries. Some words can be used both as a noun and as a verb. If the word in italics is used as a NOUN, circle n.
If the word in italics is used as a VERB, circle v. People smile when they're happy. Mary has a nice smile when she's happy. Successfully reported this slideshow. We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime. Upcoming SlideShare. Like this presentation? Why not share! An annual anal Embed Size px. Start on. Show related SlideShares at end.
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