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Past simple - verb 'to be' Examples I was at my Gran's house yesterday.
You were late for school this morning. She was with her friends last Saturday. We were tired yesterday. Past simple - questions. Examples Did you have fun with your friends?
Where did you go for your last holiday? What did you watch on TV last night? Remember! Use ‘did’ and the verb, but don’t change the verb to the past form! Be careful! We usually add time words at the end.Did you play a game yesterday? Present continuous - future arrangements. Examples I’m visiting my friend tomorrow.They are coming to our house on Saturday.
What are you doing tonight? Remember! We can use the present continuous to talk about arrangements (plans which you have organised) in the future.My brother is playing football with his friends tonight.I’m going to the cinema at the weekend.Are you having a party for your birthday? Be careful! We usually use the present continuous when the activity has been arranged. We say... My grandma is visiting us next week. Comparatives and superlatives. Examples The cat is faster than the mouse, but the cheetah is the fastest.
The dolphin is more intelligent than the dog, but the chimpanzee is the most intelligent. Remember! We use comparatives and superlatives to compare things and to say which thing is top in a group. Add ‘-er’ and ‘-est’ for one syllable adjectives. Be careful! The adjectives ‘good’, ‘bad’ and ‘far’ have special forms.good – better – the best bad – worse – the worst far – further – the furthest. Past simple - endings. Examples I played football.
We ate lots of cake! She didn’t watch a film. Remember! For regular verbs, we add -ed. Be careful! When we use the negative, we don’t change the main verb. Present simple and present continuous. Examples I play tennis every Sunday.
I’m playing hockey now. She eats fruit every day. She’s eating an apple now. Remember! We use the present simple to talk about routines – what you do every day or every week. Be careful! For the present simple, add ‘s’ or ‘es’ for he/she/it.