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Презентация по английскому языку на тему "Употребление прошедших времён" 10 класс

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  • Past TensesThe past simple, the past continuous, the past perfect, the past p...

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    Past Tenses
    The past simple, the past continuous, the past perfect, the past perfect continuous

  • Form  Past Simple :   V+ ed  (regular)                  V – column 2 (irreg...

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    Form
    Past Simple :

    V+ ed (regular) V – column 2 (irregular)
    wave + d Memorize!
    cr y – i +ed
    play + ed
    swim + m +ed
    travel + l + ed
    If there’s did, there’s no – ed:

    Did you ski? I didn’t ski.



  • Form Past Continuous:
             was /were + V + ing...

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    Form
    Past Continuous:
    was /were + V + ing
    mak - e + ing = making
    d ie – y + ing = dying
    hop + p +ing = hopping
    travel + l + ing= travelling


  • Form Past Perfect:
had V + ed (regular)   
                              had...

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    Form
    Past Perfect:
    had V + ed (regular)
    had V (column 3 - irregular)
    Memorize!
    . Past Perfect Continuous:
    had been V + ing

  • Past Simple vs Past ContinuousPast Simple (I did)Permanent/long  -  term situ...

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    Past Simple vs Past Continuous
    Past Simple (I did)
    Permanent/long - term situation that existed in the past:
    He worked hard all his life.
    A completed past event

    Sam dropped his bag
    Past Continuous(I was doing)
    Temporary situation at a particular time in the past:
    At the time of the robbery they were staying at home.
    The event was in progress:

    while he was getting into his car.

  • Past Simple vs. Past ContinuousPast Simple (I did)Several past completed  eve...

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    Past Simple vs. Past Continuous
    Past Simple (I did)
    Several past completed events following each other: He jumped out of bed and ran to the kitchen.
    Repeated actions or events : We visited Spain three times last year.


    Past continuous (I was doing)
    Two past actions that went on over the same period: Sally was reading while Kevin was washing up.
    To emphasise that repeated actions went on for a limited temporary period of time:
    We were visiting Tom in the hospital twice a day last month.

  • Past Perfect vs. Past SimplePast Perfect (I had done)A past  activity took pl...

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    Past Perfect vs. Past Simple
    Past Perfect (I had done)
    A past activity took place before another past activity: When he stopped laughing, everyone had left.
    A past activity took place before a particular time in the past:
    I had handed the letter to him by 5 o’clock.

    Past Simple (I did)
    Two or more past completed actions that follow each other:
    When he stopped laughing, everyone left.
    A single activity or event in the past:
    I handed the letter to him (yesterday).

  • Past Perfect vs. Past SimplePast Simple (I did)To put events in chronological...

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    Past Perfect vs. Past Simple
    Past Simple (I did)
    To put events in chronological order:
    He told Roy to go back to his mother, and rode away. Meanwhile, Roy’s Mum thought
    Past Perfect (I had done)
    To refer to an event out of order (before the last event we have talked about):

    that Roy had gone with Neil.
    . What we wanted ( hoped, expected) to do, but didn’t: I had wanted to visit the gallery, but it’s closed on Sundays.


  • Past Perfect vs. Past SimplePast Perfect (I had done)With a time expression (...

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    Past Perfect vs. Past Simple
    Past Perfect (I had done)
    With a time expression (after, before, when, as soon as, by the time that):
    After Ivan had finished reading, he put out the light.
    With already and just
    She had just stepped into her office when the telephone rang.
    Past Simple (I did)
    With a time expression (after, before, when, as soon as, by the time that):
    After Ivan finished reading, he put out the light.
    To emphasise that the second event is the result of the first:
    She became famous after she appeared on the TV programme.


  • Past Perfect Continuous vs. Past PerfectPast Perfect Continuous (I had been d...

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    Past Perfect Continuous vs. Past Perfect
    Past Perfect Continuous (I had been doing)
    We talk about activity that happened over a period up to a particular past time: a)They had been expecting the news for some time.
    b) She had been wearing high-heeled shoes, and her feet hurt.
    We talk about the continuity or duration of activity: Bill had been saving since Christmas to buy a new bike.
    Past Perfect (I had done)
    An action which finished in the past and whose result was visible in the past:
    He had won the first prize, so he felt ecstatic.

    We talk about the completion of a situation or activity: Bill had saved enough money to buy the bike he wanted.

  • Past Perfect Continuous vs. Past PerfectPast  Perfect Continuous (I had been...

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    Past Perfect Continuous vs. Past Perfect
    Past Perfect Continuous (I had been doing)
    How long something went on up to a particular past time: They had been travelling for about 36 hours before it got dark.
    Emphasises the activity:
    I’d been working hard, so I felt that I deserved a holiday.
    Past Perfect (I had done)
    How many times something happened:
    I had heard the symphony many times before.

    Emphasises the result:
    I’d worked hard, and the report was now finished.


  • Past Perfect Continuous vs. Past ContinuousPast Perfect Continuous (I had bee...

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    Past Perfect Continuous vs. Past Continuous
    Past Perfect Continuous (I had been doing)
    When we met Simon and Pat , they had been riding. = we met after they had finished.
    Past Continuous (I was doing)
    When we met Simon and Pat , they were riding.= we met while they were riding.
    After stative verbs:
    to love, to (dis)like, to hate, to enjoy, to believe, to own, to be, etc. we don’t use V + ing.

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Презентация по английскому языку на тему "Употребление прошедших времён" (Past Tenses) состоит из 12 слайдов, которые содержат информацию об образовании и употреблении форм английского глагола в прошедшем времени. Примеры использования глагольных форм даются в сравнении , что помогает обучающимся лучше ориентироваться в значениях и особенностях аспектов глагола в прошедшем времени. Примеры сопровождаются комментариями и объяснением.

Презентация предназначена для обобщения грамматических знаний и навыков в 10 классе, а также для повторения в 11 классе и для подготовки к ЕГЭ.

Для разработки данной темы привлекались материалы школьного учебника ("Spotlight 10" Афанасьева О., Михеева И. и др.) и справочники Cambridge University Press.

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