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TP8 Grammar - Present Perfect

Elementary level


Ali Yilmaz, TP2

A2 level

In this lesson students will have pronunciation and speaking activities. The aim is to practice pronouncing verbs in <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> forms. In the speaking part, they will talk about their school days and about some school movies.


First Lessson, Level A2- Evergreen




Elementary (a-1) level

In this lesson, Ss practise writing and speaking through "Dictogloss." They will listen to a celebration summary , write their own and discuss about it in the class so that they can experience listening, writing and speaking by practising <b>past</b> <b>simple</b>.


Hoda Parvas Tp7

Elementary level

In this listen students will listen to recordings of an interview for gist and details.later they will practice gap filling for <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> with sentences which were part of the recordings.This will be followed by a writing exercise.




TP 5 Writing

Elementary level

In this lesson, ss are provided of a sample reading about a holiday report, in order to write about their own holiday using <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> tense. The lesson will start with a lead in about holiday spots, followed by reading to match questions to paragraphs. At the end they will write using


TP 6 Grammar

A2 level

In this lesson, students will study Present Perfect for unfinished <b>past</b> with "for, "since and How long...?" through the model sentences from the text which is about different living styles and housing types.There will be a short speaking practice in the context of discussing and comparing their answers on the fill in the blanks activity which they should decide which sentence is <b>Past</b> <b>Simple</b> and which one is Present Perfect. Finally they will be asking "How long..?" quest...



A2 level

The topic of this lesson is New Year’s Eve. Three blogs about memorable New Year’s Eves (good and bad!) provide the context for the introduction of <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> irregular verbs.


Talking about our achievements

B1+ intermediate level

This lesson will focus on the Present Perfect Tense
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