7th June 2020
10 more common verbs in present and past tenses
Answer these questions, using the past tense:
That is a great hat ! Where did you find it ? // I find it at Diamond Plaza
You look exhausted ! Did you work today ? // Yes, I work all day
What happened to Tony ? // He become rich and left work.
The neighbours are so loud ! // Yes, I ask them to be quiet
What is your dog’s name ? // She is call Annie.
ONLY one verb in the past tense
I tried to call you last night. I wanted to meet you and drink some Czech (check) beer.
Using adverbs of frequency
always frequently often sometimes occasionally never
100 % / 85 – 90 % / 75 % / 30 – 50 % / 15 – 20% / 0
Ask each other questions:
How often do you drink beer ? Go to the cinema
Buy a new dress visit the dentist
update your Facebook status watch the news on TV
eat western food cook traditional Vietnamese food ?
Today, I went to have a hair cut
(Men = barber / Women = stylist, Both = hairdresser)
I went to a local (in the area / near / close) hairdresser. After, we went shopping and while there, we bought special beer from Czech Republic – it is my favourite, and also some junk food.
To help you with the ‘fre’ pronunciation, here’s a song from one of my favourite bands, REM. It’s called ‘What’s the frequency, Kenneth ?’