Презентация "Времена английского глагола" 5 класс


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  • Времена английского глагола
  • Выполнила: учитель английского языка
  • Крылова Ирина Владимировна
  • МОУ СОШ №1 г. Павлова Нижегородской области.
  • 2011год.
  • Работа предназначена для изучения или повторения
  • времен английского глагола для учащихся 5-9 классов

  • ENGLISH TENSES
  • April, 9
  • April, 10
  • April, 11
  • Past
  • Present
  • Future
  • He played football yesterday.(V3,V-ed)
  • He was playing yesterday at 1 o’clock.
  • (was, were + Ving)
  • They had finished the
  • work by 2.03 p.m.
  • yesterday.
  • (had + Ved, V3)
  • He had been playing for
  • 20 minutes at 1.20 yesterday.
  • (had been + Ving)
  • He plays football.
  • (V,V-s)
  • He is playing.
  • (am, is, are + Ving)
  • He has played.
  • (have, has + Ved, V3)
  • He has been playing for
  • 20 minutes.
  • (have, has been + Ving)
  • He will play football tomorrow.
  • (will + V)
  • He will be playing tomorrow
  • at 3 o’clock.
  • (will be + Ving)
  • He will have played football
  • tomorrow by 5 o’clock.
  • (will have + Ved, V3)
  • He will have been playing for
  • 20 minutes at 5 tomorrow.
  • (will have been + Ving)

  • THE PRESENT SIMPLE TENSE
  • Every day, usually, sometime, often, seldom
  • He does morning exercises every day.
  • Does he do morning exercises every day?
  • Yes, he does.
  • He doesn’t sleep long in the morning.
  • They do morning exercises every day.
  • Do they do morning exercises every day?
  • Yes, they do.
  • They don’t sleep long in the morning.

  • THE PAST SIMPLE TENSE
  • Yesterday, last year, some days ago, in 1987.
  • He worked in the garden yesterday.
  • Did he work in the garden yesterday?
  • Yes, he did.
  • He didn’t work in the
  • office yesterday.

  • THE FUTURE SIMPLE TENSE
  • Tomorrow, next year, in 2015
  • He will make a statue
  • next year.
  • Will he make a statue
  • next year?
  • Yes, he will.
  • He won’t paint a picture next year.
  • April,23

  • THE PRESENT CONTINUOUS TENSE
  • Now, at that moment. Listen! Look!
  • He is cooking now.
  • Is he cooking now?
  • Yes, he is.
  • He isn’t eating now.
  • They are cooking now.
  • Are they cooking now?
  • Yes, they are.
  • They aren’t eating now.

  • THE PAST CONTINUOUS TENSE
  • At 7 o’clock yesterday, the whole day, from 5 to 7, when he came
  • It was snowing the
  • whole day yesterday.
  • Was it snowing the
  • whole day yesterday?
  • Yes, it was.
  • It wasn’t raining the
  • whole day yesterday.

  • THE FUTURE CONTINUOUS TENSE
  • At 7 o’clock tomorrow, the whole day, from 5 to 7, when he comes
  • He will be painting
  • at 5 o’clock tomorrow.
  • Will he be painting
  • at 5 o’clock tomorrow?
  • Yes, he will.
  • He won’t be reading
  • at 5 o’clock tomorrow.

  • THE PRESENT PERFECT TENSE
  • Already, just, recently,
  • lately, ever, never, yet, since.
  • He has decreased his weight .
  • Has he decreased his weight ?
  • Yes, he has.
  • He hasn’t increased
  • his weight .
  • They have decreased his weight .
  • Have they decreased his weight ?
  • They haven’t increased his weight .

  • THE PAST PERFECT TENSE
  • By 7 o'clock, before, after,
  • when he came.
  • He had done his work
  • by 6 o'clock.
  • Had he done his work
  • by 6 o'clock?
  • He hadn’t done his
  • work by 3 o'clock.

  • THE FUTURE PERFECT TENSE
  • By 7 o'clock, before, after, when he comes.
  • He will have cut the
  • tree by the dinner-time.
  • Will he have cut the
  • tree by the dinner-time?
  • He won’t have cut the
  • tree by 10 o’clock.

  • THE PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSE
  • Since 3 o’clock, for 2 hours, how long
  • He has been reading
  • for 2 hours.
  • Has he been reading
  • for 2 hours?
  • He hasn’t been reading
  • for 4 hours.
  • They have been reading
  • for 2 hours.
  • Have they been reading
  • for 2 hours?
  • They haven’t been reading
  • for 4 hours.

  • THE PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSE
  • Since 3 o’clock, for 2 hours yesterday, how long
  • Yesterday he has been
  • fishing since 3 o’clock.
  • How long has he been
  • fishing?
  • Yesterday he hasn’t been fishing since morning.

  • THE FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSE
  • Since 3 o’clock, for 2 hours tomorrow, how long
  • Next year she will have been working at school for 25 years.
  • Will she have been working at school for 25 years next year?
  • Next year she won‘t have been
  • working at school for 30 years.

  • The End

  • Времена английского глагола
  • Выполнила: учитель английского языка
  • Крылова Ирина Владимировна
  • МОУ СОШ №1 г. Павлова Нижегородской области.
  • 2011год.
  • Работа предназначена для изучения или повторения
  • времен английского глагола для учащихся 5-9 классов