Verb Tense Exercise 1
Simple Present / Present Continuous
Using the words in parentheses, complete the text below with the appropriate tenses, then
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1. Every Monday, Sally (drive) .her kids to football practi
TYPE 1: iu kin c th xy ra (open/likely/possible condition)
Present simple tense
Present modals +V cfw_(will/shall/can/must/have to/has to/ought
Imperative form (mnh lnh cch)
EX: If it do
Write what the underlined word is - adjective or adverb
1. Fast runners win the race.
2. Math is difficult.
3. Shes a good student.
4. She behaved rudely to her friend.
5. Youve done well on your test.
6. The clowns are very funny.
CHIA TH TENSES
Hin ti n:
* Cu trc:
(+) S + V/ V(s;es) + Object.
(-) S do/ does not + V +.
(?) Do/ Does + S + V
* Cch dng:
_ Hnh ng xy ra hin ti.
_ Thi quen hin ti.
_ S tht hin nhin; Chn l ko th ph nhn.
* Trng t i km: always; usually; often; sometimes; occ
Adjectives ending in ed or -ing
Words ending in -ing or -ed are used in the following ways:
As part of a complete active verb phrase with auxiliaries:
They are crying because of the news.
Historical Overview .1
Within the philosophy of language over the last decade or so, most linguistic
studies of modal expressions begin and end with an analysis of modals .The
modals of English derive from a special class of verbs in Germani
Mi thi chnh li chia thnh nhiu thi nh din t tnh chnh xc ca hnh ng.
3.1 Present tenses (cc thi hin ti)
3.1.1 Simple Present (thi hin ti thng)
Dng din t mt hnh ng mang tnh thng xuyn (regular action),
- Modal Verbs -
"Can" is one of the most commonly used modal verbs in English. It can be used to express ability or opportunity, to request or
offer permission, and to show possibility or impossibility.
I can ride a horse. ABILITY
We can s
The subject and verb must agree in number: both must be singular, or both must be plural.
Problems occur in the present tense because one must add an -s or -es at the end of the ve
be, have and do can be auxiliaries and full verbs.
Modals are: can, could, may, might, must, ought to, shall, should, will, would and need
(need can be a full verb, too).
We can play foo
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(ADJECTIVES & ADVERBS
-ING Present Participle vs. -ED Past Participle
CAUSE OF THE FEELING: -ing
RECEIVER OF THE FEELING: -ed
CAUSE OF THE FEELING
RECEIPT OF THE FEELING
MODAL AUXILIARY VERBS
* Auxiliary verbs can be classified into two groups:
1) Primary auxiliary verbs (be, have, do): these are used to make tenses,
passive and questions. They
have an important grammatical meaning but no real lexical mea
Tin t hu t trong ting anh
SUBJECT AND VERB AGREEMENT
I. Singular verb (ng t s t):
1. Danh t khng m c hoc danh t m c s it.
Milk is good for your health.
This book is mine.
2. Mnh , ng t nguyn mu, danh ng t
Learning English is difficult.
What he told was interesting.
To fly in the s
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Casual Analysis Prospectus
Veterans are people who once served in the US military, sacrificing their lives in
more ways than one for the well-being of Americans. They are a hig
How are you Dancing?
Imagine you are sitting in an auditorium, your parents are sitting next to you. The lights
dim and stage lights come on. You start hearing the music volume increase and there is your
daughter in what can only be described as spandex
I. Complete the sentences. Put the verb into the correct form.
1. Trees.more quickly in summer than in winter. (grow)
1. 'Shall I phone at 6:00?' `No, I.dinner at that time. (normally/ cook)
2. We .at about 7:00. Couldn't you come an hour
GERUND AND INFINITIVE
I. FUNCTIONS OF GERUND (Chc nang cua Gerund):
1. Subject for a verb : (Lam chu ng cho ong t ) .
EX: Swimming is good for your health.
Smoking is not good for your health.
2. Object for some verbs (Lam tan ng cho mot so ong t) :
A: He goes.
N: He doesnt
Q: Does he
Habits and routines : I sometimes sing in the shower
Facts: We like ice-cream
Frequency Adverbs: always, never
Time expressions: in the morning, at oclo
Subject (S): Doer of the action in a sentence
The subject maybe : a single noun, a noun phrase, a pronoun, to-V, V-ing, and a clause
Wine is not good for children