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Week 1 | English Grammar
Week 2 | English Grammar
Week 3 | English Grammar
Week 4| English Grammar
Week 5| English Grammar
Week 6| English Grammar
Week 7| English Grammar
Week 8| English Grammar
Week 9| English Grammar
Week 10| English Grammar
Week 11| English Grammar
Week 12| English Grammar
Week 13| English Grammar
be (= am/is/are/was/were) + verb ending in ing
- I’m trying to concentrate.
- It is snowing.
- What are you doing tomorrow?
- Is she going swimming?
- I was sleeping when Emily came to the house.
- Thomas wasn’t crying.
- What were you doing yesterday when I came to your house?
be + past participle
am/is/are + past participle (= passive present simple)
was/were + past participle (=passive past simple)
- I am never allowed to have sleepovers at my house.
- Lemonade is made from lemons.
- The bedrooms are cleaned every day.
- My laptop was repaired yesterday.
- She was caught stealing.
- The churches were built a decade ago.
- Was the bill paid?
have/has + past participle (=present perfect)
- I have cleaned my bedroom.
- She has cooked dinner for the family.
- They have washed the dishes.
- Mum has booked our holiday.
- Has she done her homework?
- Where have the kids gone?
do/does/did + infinitive
do/does + infinitive (=present simple)
did + infinitive (= past simple)
- I don’t like cleaning up.
- He doesn’t eat from fast food takeaways.
- Dad does go to the supermarket often.
- She did do her homework.
- What time did Eastenders come on yesterday?
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2. Fill in the missing gaps appropriate verbs ending in -ing.
- Dad is . He went to bed very late.
- We are hungry. Mum is sandwiches for us.
- It is cold. It is a lot.
- Rosie was yesterday because she got hurt.
- They were because they were late.
3. Complete the sentences so that they are in the form of: have/has + participle to form present perfect sentences.
4. Choose the appropriate phrase to fit into the missing gaps.
don’t do,don’t like,does live,doesn’t go,does go
1. I like iced coffee, but I normal coffee.
2. They often their homework.
3. She out a lot.
4. Kevin to the supermarket very often.
5. He all alone.
5. Challenge: create 3 passive present simple and 3 passive past simple sentences.