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A Narrative How to narrate events? Narrative tenses Summarising
How to narrate events? Sequencing words Exclamatory sentences -ed/-ing adjectives Phrasal verbs
Narrative tenses Past simple Past Continuous Past Perfect Used to
Narrative tenses 1. The Past Simple The Past Simple is used to narrate past events in chronological order Alice left her family home in the morning and moved to the big city. What a busy day it was! She sat and looked at the cosy living room around her.
Narrative tenses 2. The Past Perfect The Past Perfect is used to express an action that happened before a definite time in the past. A writer can use it to re-order the events of a narrative for dramatic effect. Alice sat and looked at the cosy living room around her. At last the house was hers. What a busy day it had been! She had left her family home in the morning and had moved to the big city. She gazed at the London skyline with awe.
Narrative tenses 3. The Past Continuous The Past Continuous (as with all continuous tenses) express ideas of activity in progress or repeated activity. She was wearing a green velvet dress.
Narrative tenses 4 Used to Used to can be used to express past habits and states. We used to go out a lot. (habit) He used to be very short tempered. (state)
Summarising Main points answer who, what, where, when, how and why questions. Remember: - When you write a summary, only include information from the original text. Do not add your own ideas or opinions. - Only include main points, not small details!
Mind - map Students put the important information from the article on the mind-map. Point out that only the most important points are necessary! Example answer:
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