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TIME EXPRESSIONS WITH THE PRESENT SIMPLE every day (summer) every week twice a month every month every year three times a day every at the weekend on Friday mornings always in the morning in January on Tuesdays once a week usually often Time expressions usually come at the end of a sentence. We put them at the beginning of a sentence when we want to emphasise them. He brushes his teeth three times a day. On Wednesday evenings I visit my brother and his family.
PRESENT CONTINUOUS Affirmative I am playing you are playing he/she/it is playing we/you/they are playing Negative I am not playing you are not playing he/she/it is not playing we/you/they are not playing Question Am I playing? Are you playing? Is he/she/it playing? Are we/you/they playing?
PRESENT CONTINUOUS We use the Present Continuous to talk about: Actions in progress at the time of speaking: They are sitting in the kitchen at the moment Is she reading a book now? Actions in progress around the time of speaking: He is working abroad this month I am studying English at university
STATIVE VERBS We don’t usually use stative verbs in the Present Continuous. Stative verbs are: Verbs of senses: feel, hear, see, smell, sound, taste The carry tastes wonderful Verbs of emotion: dislike, hate, like, love, need, prefer, want She wants to go home now Verbs of understanding and opinion: appear, believe, forget, hope, know, remember, think, understand I remember his name now Verbs of possession: belong to, own They own some land in the capital
PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE We use the Present Perfect Simple to talk about: Something that happened in the past but we don’t know when: She has lost her front door key Have they finished their project? Something that happened in the past but is important now: He’s broken his arm so he can’t play tennis. Something that started in the past but continues now: I have known him for years Something that has just happened: He has just left They’ve just told me the story
PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS Affirmative I/you have been playing he/she/it has been playing we/you/they have been playing Negative I/you have not been playing he/she/it has not been playing we/you/they have not been playing Question Have I/you been playing? Has he/she/it been playing? Have we/you/they been playing?
PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS We use the Present Perfect Continuous to talk about: Something that started in the past and has happened repeatedly or has continued until now: I have been trying to repair the car all morning Something that happened repeatedly in the past and that may have finished now: I’ve been waiting for you for an hour. Come on!
PUT THE VERBS IN BRACKETS INTO THE CORRECT PRESENT TENSE. The parade_______ (start) at 10 0’clock so we (meet) at 9:30. I’m so tired. I _______ (clean) the house all day. The Rio Carnival is an annual festival that_______ (take) place in Brazil in February or March. Sasha _______ (think) of going to Spain. Dina _______ (not/see) a firework display before. What _______ your brother (do) _______? – He (be) _______a sportsman. Tim (fit) _______ a new door in the garage now. We have no idea how long they (swim) _____ for, but it has certainly been longer than an hour now. Is Mary crying? – No, she isn't, she (peel) _______onions. Now Justin (write) _______a book about his adventures in Tibet. I hope he can find a good publisher when it is finished.
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