Презентация на тему "Present Simple, Present Continuous, Present Perfect"
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We use the present continuous to talk about: Something which is happening at the moment of speaking. I'm reading a book right now. Bob's not reading a book right now. Are you reading a book? Something which is happening around now but not necessarily at the moment of speaking. We're learning to play the flute this term. Isn't she learning to play the flute this term? A changing situation. Computers are getting faster and faster. Something which happens often and annoys us. I like my job but they are always asking me to stay late and that annoys me.
Ситуации, в которых мы используем present continuous: Действие, которое происходит в момент речи. Я читаю книгу прямо сейчас. Действие, происходящее где то рядом, но не в момент разговора. Мы учимся играть на флейте в этом семестре Меняющаяся ситуация Компьютеры все дешевеют и дешевеют. Действие, которое происходит очень часто, и начинает надоедать. Я люблю свою работу, но они вечно просят меня задержаться, и это надоедает мне.
Verbs not normally used in the continuous forms Some verbs are not normally used in the continuous. These verbs are often connected with our thoughts and feelings. We use them to talk about things which stay the same for a long time: Like; dislike; hate; prefer; want; believe; know; belong to; need; seem. Smell; hear; taste; sound; see. Does this cheese smell bad for you? not smelling I like music. not liking
Sometimes these verbs have two meanings and we can use the continuous forms. Fell; see; think. My teacher feels I should have more speaking practice. Poor Sam. He is felling awful. What do you think of our new course book? You look worried. What are you thinking about? I see what you mean. I’m seeing a friend of mine. Verbs not normally used in the continuous forms
We use the present simple to talk about: a regular routine or habit. I do a project every term. They don't do a project every term. Does Ann do a project every term? facts which stay the same for a long time. We live and work in London. He doesn't live and work in London. Do you live and work in London? something that is always true. A red traffic light means “Stop!”.
We use the present perfect to talk about: Something which has or hasn’t happened before. I’ve never been to London. He hasn’t been to London. Have you been to London Something which is still going on or is still true now. Sam has lived in this house all his life. Something which happened in the past but still has an effect in the present. I have broken my leg. Has she broken her leg?
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