English Grade 6 Part 2 (Pupil's Book) Pages 1 - 50 - Text Version | FlipHTML5Verbs tell us what happens, has happened or will happen. The tense of a verb tells us when something happens in the past, the present or the future. B Identify the verb in each sentence and say which tense it is. The wind had gusted at 40kph. The hail is battering the windows.
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Grade 6 Part 1 - Erratumpg. Key words: banner illustration board book autograph publish Key expressions: wear and tear bookworm Idioms: reach for the stars judge a book by its cover2. Read the textbelow carefully. It is theday on which World Book Day is celebrated. Amir is very excited to attend the openingwith his parents. Amir is fascinated by the colourful banners and posters that create a joyful atmosphere. What a pleasant surprise!
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Tense round-up Throughout the course, children will encounter the present simple, present progressive also known as continuous , past simple, past progressive, present perfect labelled simply perfect throughout the course , past perfect, future, infinitive labelled verb family name in the early parts of the course , auxiliary verbs, modals, active and passive verbs and subjunctive verbs a construction very rarely used except in extremely formal writing. Participles are referred to as ing words and regular past simple tense words; finite verbs are referred to as main or proper verbs, and it is for the teacher to decide the appropriate time to introduce the terms participle and finite verb. This unit recaps on all the verb tenses the children have learned so far:. Mistakes where the past simple tense and the past participle are NOT the same can be dealt with on an individual basis. Do the activity orally.