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2° Grade / S2-008

Target Language: The turtle is slow. She sees a rabbit. The rabbit has soft fur. She sees a gorilla. The gorilla is eating a banana.




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12 November 2018

talkpusher Author Country Flag Colombia

Simple Present Tense (Building sentences) Part 2

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2° Grade / S2-007

Target Language: She goes to the zoo. She sees a lion. The lion roars. She sees an elephant. The elephant has a long trunk. She sees a turtle.




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12 November 2018

talkpusher Author Country Flag Colombia

Simple Present Tense (Building sentences)

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2° Grade / S2-005

Instructions: Name: _________________________________

Target Language: Subject Simple Present Tense Picture

She She She She sees sees sees sees - - - -




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12 November 2018

talkpusher Author Country Flag Colombia

Sentence builder

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Simple Present Yes/No Questions

Target Language: Do you have a job? Does Tuesday come after Monday? Do our classmates live in Japan? Does your English teacher wear glasses? Do you study English at night? Does ice-cream taste good?...




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11 May 2018

gringa999 Author Country Flag United States of America

Questions to practice Simple Present Yes/No Questions and short answers

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Present Simple Questions

Target Language: What time do you go to bed? What time do you get up in the mornings? What do you have for breakfast? What do you eat for lunch? What do you watch on TV? Where do you go shopping? What...




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9 May 2018

gringa999 Author Country Flag United States of America

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Most Common Verbs

Instructions: Objective: This is a speaking exercise for the final sound of verbs. The teacher chooses the tense to practice either 'past tense' or 'present tense.'  The tense of the verb does NOT ...




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23 March 2018

Lisa12204 Author Country Flag United States of America

Pronunciation/articulation drill for ending sounds in English. Objective: This is a speaking exercise for the final sound of verbs. The teacher chooses the tense to practice either 'past tense' or 'present tense.' The tense of the verb does NOT change during the drill. Directions: Students work in small groups. Select one person to flip the cards and to ask the question What did he do?/What did she do? The rest of the group answers. Follow the examples: What did he do? (to talk) He talkSSSSSSS. What did she do? (to walk) She walkTTT. When all of the verbs are completed in the drill the person to the left of the leader now becomes the leader. The leader mixes the cards and begins again. Continue until everyone has had the chance to be the leader. Remember, the ending sound is to be EXAGGERATED! This is to be a fun way to drill endings that are difficult to remember. Remember my dear students, in my class, you must be brave to learn to speak English!

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Past and Present Tenses

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Instructions: Decide which verbs go in the gaps and rewrite the text putting the verbs in the right tense.

Target Language: Once upon a time there be a little girl called Little Red Riding ...




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21 January 2016

Sleepygnat Author Country Flag Switzerland

Past and Present Tenses used

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I swim, I am swimming, I swam, I will swim

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Target Language: Simple Present Present Progressive (IS/ARE +) Past Future

play go read borrow eat have see fight do give yell playing going reading borrowing eating having ...




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8 August 2012

kaitlynneises Author Country Flag Northern Mariana Islands

Past present future tense categorizing

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