Summary: 9. Simple Present Tense Languages and Nationalities Everyday Activities 10. Simple Present Tense: Yes/No Questions Negatives Short Answers Habitual Actions Peoples Interests and Activities Side by Side Gazette 11. Object Pronouns Simple Present Tense: -s vs. non -s Endings Have/Has Adverbs of Frequency Describing Frequency of Action Describing People 12. Contrast: Simple Present and Present Continuous Tenses Adjectives Feelings and Emotions Descr ...show moreibing Usual and Unusual Activities Side by Side Gazette 13. Can Have To Expressing Ability Occupations Looking for a Job Expressing Obligation Invitations 14. Future: Going to Time Expressions Want to Describing Future Plans and Intentions Expressing Wants Weather Forecasts Telling Time Making Predictions Side by Side Gazette 15. Past Tense: Regular Verbs Introduction to Irregular Verbs Past Actions and Activities Ailments Describing an Event Making a Doctors Appointment 16. Past Tense: Yes/No Questions Short Answers WH-Questions More Irregular Verbs Time Expressions Reporting Past Actions and Activities Giving Reasons Giving Excuses 17. To Be: Past Tense Television Commercials Describing Physical States and Emotions Telling About the Past Biographies and Autobiographies Side by Side Gazette Appendix Listening Scripts Thematic Glossary Cardinal Numbers Irregular Verbs: Past Tense Index How to Say It! (Communication Strategies) Hesitating Starting a Conversation Reacting to Information Reacting to Bad News Apologizing Asking the Time Saying How You Feel Giving an Excuse Recommending Products Pronunciation Blending with Does Reduced of Deleted h Reduced to Can & Cant Going to & Want to Past Tense Endings Did you Intonation of Yes/No Questions and WH-Questions ACTIVITY WORKBOOK SECTION Chapter 9 Chapter 10 Chapter 11 Chapter 12 Chapter 13 Chap ...show lessEdition/Copyright: 3RD 01
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