Wednesday, 4 April 2018

infinitive vs gerund

INFINITIVE (to):
  • after adjectives I’m happy to meet you.
  • after certain verbs I plan to leave on Monday.
  • after superlatives Joe was the first to finish the race.
GERUND:
  • subject of the sentence    Smoking is bad for you.
  • after certain verbs I hate doing my homework.
  • after certain expressions I’m looking forward to meeting Jane.
  • after prepositions I’m thinking about travelling to Italy.

  • with go Let’s go hiking on Saturday.  

Classwork - 5th March

Hi 3rd graders,

I'm not at school tomorrow, so please do these activities.

1) From workbook (ficha), p. 47 ex 5, 6

2) From Student's Book, p. 71, ex 1, 2

3) From Student's Book, p. 141, ex 1, 2, 3, 4

Whatever you haven't finished - it's your homework (for Friday).

Tuesday, 20 March 2018

The Future

Hi 3rd graders,

Copy this explanaition to your notebooks. This is your homework for Thursday, 22nd of March. 


THE FUTURE

WILL

-  a prediction or speculation about the future -> I think Maria will be famous one day.
- an offer or spontaneous decision -> It’s too heavy for you. I’ll help you.
- a promise -> I will take care of your dog while you're on holiday.
- a refusal to do something now -> I won’t speak to him, no way!

GOING TO

- a prediction of the future based on the evidence  -> Stop swinging on your chair, you’re going to break it.
- future plans and intentions -> We are going to spend the summer in Scotland.

PRESENT SIMPLE

- timetable -> Come on! The bus leaves in 15 minutes!

PRESENT CONTINUOUS

- a fixed personal arrangement -> I’m playing football with my friends tomorrow.

FUTURE PERFECT
- an activity that will be completed by a certain time in the future -> I’ll have travelled to 20 countries by 2020.


FUTURE CONTINUOUS

- an action that will be in progress at the certain time in the future -> Don’t call me in the morning, I’ll be having yoga class.


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