This is a list of verbs in their different aspects, which follow an ideal time line from the past to the future. The simple and continuous forms are opposite each other so that the difference between their uses is easier to understand. If you find this useful a hit on 'like' or a 'thank you' would be greatly appreciated.
-short grammar review
-matching the sentences to the pictures
-writing negative sentences,making ?s and short answers
-wordsearch with the 3rd form of the verbs that are connected to the pictures and then writing true sentences with them
Can you match each movie character with their description? Follow-up task: look up interesting facts on the internet about the characters above and play a game of trivia with your partner. Let him/her work out who your descriptions describe.
It is often difficult for students to realize which form of a verb should be used. Visualizing verb types (simple, continuous/perfect on a time-line can make understanding which verb to use a little easier. I use a time-line made of wood (similar to the design) in my lessons. It seems to make the explanation easier to understand.
I've already posted a worksheet like this one here, but I made another exercise. This worksheet has a text and some exercises. The reading is about a girl who lived abroad. Very useful to discuss cultures. The exercise is vry challenging. I hope you like it.....
I didn't have enough space to add instructions to this ws. Here they are:
1. match the past participle with the pictures
2. fill the questions with the past participle and answer them.
3. Write the negation of the sentence
4. Choose the correct sentece a,b or c
This worksheet involves 6 exercises to pracice the Present Perfect Simple (with just, already, yet). Students will practice the Past Participle of some verbs (win, do, make, lose, know, buy, find, beat,come,see,become,have, etc.) I hope you'll find it useful