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PRESENT PERFECT TENSE

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PRESENT PERFECT TENSE SUBJECT + HAVE/HAS + V3 (Past Participle) Positive (+) • I have watched that film. • You have seen him twice. • He/She/It has eaten lunch. • We have invited her. • You have worked hard. •

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ADJECTIVES & ADVERBS

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A) Write what the underlined word is; adjective or adverb: 1. Fast runners win races. …… adjective ……. 2. Mathematics is difficult. ……………………. 3. She’s a good typist. ……………………. 4. She behaved rudely to her boss. ……………………. 5. You did

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MODAL VERBS SHOULD

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Complete the following dialogues by using should (+) / shouldn’t (-) and your own words. A: My grades are terrible! I don’t know what to do. B: ___________________________________________________________________________ (-) A: It’s Friday night and I feel so sick, but my

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FUTURE TENSE GOING TO WILL GOING TO

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FUTURE TENSE: “WILL” & “GOING TO”   How do we use the Simple Future Tense?   “Will” to Express a Voluntary Action “Will” often suggests that a speaker will do something voluntarily (willingness). A voluntary action is one the speaker

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ARTICLES A AN THE

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We use “the”; When the noun is mentioned for a second time or is already known. In other words, when we can answer the question ‘who?’ or ‘which?’. e.g. I bought a shirt and a dress. The dress is blue

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PRESENT CONTINUOS

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A. Fill in the blanks with PRESENT CONTINUOUS or SIMPLE PRESENT: 1. The children ………………………….. (play) outside now. 2. She usually ………………………. (read) the newspaper in the morning. 3. I …………………………… (do) my homework now. 4. I ………………………… (eat) my

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COMPARATIVES & SUPERLATIVES

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We use the comparative and superlative form to compare and contrast different objects in English. We use the comparative when comparing one object to another (one group or group of objects/people to another). We use the superlative when comparing one

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Simple Past

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A. Fill in the blanks with a verb from the box in the SIMPLE PAST: break          swim        have         make         sit               write         spend      buy          drink        lose            wash She ………………….. a cake an hour ago. She ………………….. a hat last week. The

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COUNTABLE & UNCOUNTABLE

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A. Complete the sentences with a, an, some, or any. Example: We can’t have omelet. There aren’t any eggs. 1 ‘Can I have a sandwich, please?’ ‘Sorry. There isn’t __________ bread.’ 2 ‘I’m hungry.’ ‘Do you want __________ apple?’ 3