martes, 10 de marzo de 2015

MAIN & HELPING VERBS

A main verb shows the action or state of being in a sentence

A helping (auxiliary) verb works with the main verb to show when the action or state of being occurs

Commonly used helping verbs: 

be/ being/ been               am/ is/ are                          was/ were                                                          
do/ does                          did 
have/ has                        had
can                                  could
must
will                                  shall
would                              should
may                                 might








ACTION & LINKING VERBS

A verb is a "doing" word.

There are two kind of verbs:
                              Action verbs: when the subject does something
                                            Two actors danced across the stage
    
                              Linking (being) verbs: when the verb gives more information about the subject
                                            The woman appeared nervous



In the first sentence turned works as an action verb
     In the second sentence turned works as a linking verb




JOHNNY EXPRESS

Watch this video and retell the story

                                            https://vimeo.com/94502406



RECOUNT QUIZ

Recount features quiz

                            http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/quiz/q84237180




-ed PRONUNCIATION

Exercises on -ed pronunciation

                              https://app.box.com/s/w748x8lxjkbbac69m3rre0pw30g2w6ey

                              https://app.box.com/s/woget1podnwny6zrsgvxym8ajutwt5y6





THE COMPLEX SENTENCES TRAIN

More practice about complex sentences

https://app.box.com/s/sq4a1azkl4hj7y2yz0ht0l0p8qv47fvy