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Definition: a verb is an action / doing word. P.
Examples of verbs: dig, drive, cut, write.
Present simple tense is commonly used when referring to actions which happen everyday, always, weekly, monthly, generally, etc……
Singular nouns or pronouns take verbs with “s” / “es”/ “ies”
Plural nouns or pronouns which don’t take “s” , es” /ies.
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AFFIRMATIVE NEGATIVE AND INTERROGATIVE SENTENCES.
An affirmative expresses agreement (yes)
A negative sentence expresses refusal / denial ( no / not)
Interrogative sentences ask questions with questioning words like, what , why, how, when, who, which, which, where e.t.c
To begin interrogatives at times we use helping verbs like do, does, is, did, had, has, have, will, was, e.t.c
NB A questions mark is always put at the end of an interrogative sentence.
Lower class work: Review on helping verbs in the statements.
A question tag is a short question that comes at the end of a statement.
NB positive statements take negative question tags.
Where as negative statements take positive question tags.
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Lower class work: Review perfect forms of the main verb.
Active voice is a voice which clearly indicates the doer ( subject) and the receiver ( object) of the action of the verb.
Passive voice is a voice which shows or emphasizes the object and the action of the verb.
NB when changing from active to passive we use
Is + perfect of main verb.
Are + perfect of the main verb.
Am + perfect of the main verb.
A goat is chased by the dog everyday (Passive)
Cups are washed by them. ( passive).
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This tense is used to express actions which are taking place now.
Use the correct form of the words in brackets.
THE VIDEO BELOW SHOWS THE BEST WAY TO USE PRESENT CONTINUOUS TENSES
QUESTION TAGS (PRESENT CONTINUOUS TENSE)
Supply question tags to the following statements.
A letter is being written by me. (Passive)
We are being chased by a lion. (Passive)
Lower class work :Review participles of some verbs.
This is a tense which deals with events which have just taken place.
Use the correct form of the verbs in the brackets complete the sentences.
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AFFIRMATIVE NEGATIVE AND INTERROGATIVE. (Present perfect )
Has she bought any sugar? ( interrogative)
Change these sentences in to negatives then interrogative.
A ring has been taken by him. (passive)
English has been learnt by them. (Passive)
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