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1 Ex. 1, p I am not agree with your opinion. 2. I'm not knowing Sam's wife. 3. My roommate usually watch television, listen to music, or going out in the evening. 4. When I turned the key, the car was starting. 5. Air is consisting of oxygen, nitrogen, and other gases. 6. The children drawed some pictures in school this morning. 7. Right now Sally in the kitchen eating breakfast. 8. While I'm driving home last night, I heared a strange noise in the engine. 9. A: What you are talking about? B: I talking about the political situation in my country.

2 What's the difference between the Simple Present and the Present Progressive? Simple Present always true general statement of fact everyday activities habits general truth Present Progressive temporary started in the past happening at the moment of speaking will probably end at some point in the future Exercise 3, p. 14 Example: I usually start the coffee pot before I take a shower. Right now, everyone is looking at me. President Obama is working on the US health care system. Exercise 4, p. 14 Examples: The earth's climate gets warmer every year. Hybrid cars are still too expensive for most people. Trees not only make the world more beautiful, they also remove carbon dioxide from the air.

3 Non Progressive Verbs AKA Stative Verbs Most verbs show action. In the progressive form, they are actions in progress at a particular time. Some verbs aren't actions! These verbs can't be progressive! = non progressive or stative Some verbs have two different meanings and can be both an action verb and a stative verb. Can you think of some verbs for each category? Write sentences with the verbs that can be both. Stative Actions Both

4 Temporary Behavior VS. Habit or Fact You are bad. You are being bad. you are being foolish. You are foolish. You are being foolish. You are loud. You are being loud.

5 I'm sitting on a beach facing the Mediterranean Ocean. I am alone there is no one on the beach as far as I can see in either direction. I'm laying on the hot sand and I feel the warm sun on my face. I'm watching the waves come in and go out. I hear the seagulls. I am drinking cold water. Whenever I get too hot, I walk to the water and dip my feet. The water is cold. I see small fish. They are swimming around my feet and biting my toes. Where are you? What is the weather like? Where are you sitting or standing? Who is with you? What do you see? hear? feel? How do you feel?

6 7B Error Correction Progressive and Non progressive verbs 1. You are smelling good. 2. The sun appear every morning. 3. That vegetable smell spicy. 4. I'm think about lunch right now. 5. Jackline feel good today. 6. Food smell good. 7. The flower smell good. 8. The flower is smelling bad after a day or two. 9. I'm smell the flowers. 10. The food is smell good. 11. Everybody's have homework.

7 Write sentences using the following prompts. Which use simple present? present progressive? why? right now today every April this week every day in the winter every summer

8 Regular Verbs: Pronunciation of ed Endings /t/ /d/ /ed/ If the simple past of verb ends in a voiceless sound, ed sounds like /t/. surfed talked watched washed walked cooked typed brushed worked If the simple past of the verb ends in a voiced sound, ed sounds like /d/. saved combed smelled listened exercised cleaned If the simple past of the verb ends with the letter t or d, ed sounds like /ed/ and adds a syllable to the word. translated decided added waited See the Talking Heads for an explanation:

9 Chart : Simple Past VS. Past Progressive simple past began and ended at a particular time in the past Rita stood under a tree when it began to rain. past progressive used with the simple past to show that once action began earlier and was in progress when the other action occurred Rita was standing under the tree when it began to rain past progressive can be used in both parts of the sentence to show that two actions are in progress at the same time. While Rita was waiting for the rain to stop, she was thinking about what to buy at the store. Watch Wallace & Gromit. Describe the action using the past simple and progressive.

10 1. Every April, tulips are growing up. 2. I m waking up every day at 6 AM. 3. I enjoys driving every summer to visit my friends. 4. Every April flowers are smelling good. 5. I am driving to school every day. 6. While Wallace sitting in the chair, and the machine started dressing him. 7. After that, the cannon shooted porridge at Wallace. 8. Both of them think about each other. 9. I am looking into the water. While my husband is swimming. 10. Some monkeys are jumping into trees and eat bananas. 11. I m feeling happy whenever I go to the Garden. 12. When the teacher gave us the test, I was starting it. 13. While I was studying last night, I listened to music. 14. I didn t hear the instruction because I talked to my neighbor. 15. They were driving to work when the car ahead of them was suddenly stopping.

11 TEST 1 Study in the Textbook: Chart 1.6, p. 10 Charts Practice in the Workbook: Chapter 1, all Practices Chapter 2, Practices 1 19 Vocabulary Worksheets: Chapters 1 2, all

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