Search Results for: simple past


Pat simple with USED TO and WOULD

Upper-intermediate level level

In this lesson, the students will learn to wary their ways when they speak about <b>past</b> habits, using either USED TO or WOULD correctly. It will start with eliciting what they generally know and how they used both. Then highlighting both forms so the students understand the usage of both explicitly. Afterward, the students will be exposed to two more ways of completing the sentences they started using ' not any more' or 'no longer'. The lesson will include some controlled and semi-contro...



Beginner, a1 level

In this lesson, students learn about the <b>past</b> tense of 'to be' (was/were) in the context of memories. We'll first review some adjectives with an activity with pictures of opposites, then we'll review the <b>past</b> tense by going through Kate's 'amazing day' in Cappadocia, where sts will first make sentences to go along with my pictures, then get the text and underline was/were, and then make a few sentences of their own. This will set up the context of memory for the listening (for g...


Things you like and don't like

Elementary level

In this lesson, students will learn how to use the present perfect <b>simple</b> and continuous with for and since. The teacher starts the lesson with a revising about the present perfect <b>simple</b> that the students have studied the day before. After that, the teacher will explain the present perfect continuous. Then moving on to the students book, the students will answer the three exercises using the present perfect <b>simple</b> and continuous.


Utku Gürel - TP#2 - Thursday 27/03/2014

B1 - intermediate level

This lesson continues with the context from the previous lesson. It reviews present perfect <b>simple</b>, which the Students already know, and helps them to think about time expressions they can use with it.


TP 3 - Grammar (Ivan)

Upper-intermediate level

To introduce and practice Present Perfect Continuous and Present Perfect <b>Simple</b> in the context of a dialogue bewteen two friends



Intermediate level

In this lesson, students learn about how to use The Present Perfect <b>Simple</b> ans Present Perfect Continuous to talk about their experiences. The context is set in connection with the previous lesson and the students are exposed to the target language through personal questions about their experiences. The language is clarified on the board and controlled written practice and semi-controlled speaking practice steps are followed.


Celta TP 1

Elementary level

Students are going to study 'telling the time'


Life Skills

Clb 3 level

In this lesson students will learn about <b>past</b> and present tense through tasked based learning using activities and role play. This lesson starts with a fun kinesthetic learning activity followed by a role play where students get to introduce themselves practice using present and <b>past</b> tense from a script then on their own without a script.


Teacher Goes on Holiday

Intermediate to upper-intermediate, prep speaking level

In this lesson Ss will discuss various topics related to travel, focusing on common complaints about travel and what to bring while traveling in both normal and extreme circumstances. A running dictation exercise will introduce the WC to some slang terms, related to irritating people and situations encountered while traveling.



Upper-intermediate level

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