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English powerpoint: Present Tense - part 1 Present Tense - part 1

This is a comprehensive ppt for the present simple. My students had trouble to distinguish between when to use do and does. I thought if they can see it in the present tense, then they would understand how to conjugate any verb in the present tense and consequently using the helping verb do. Since this week I am talking about neighborhoods. The theme around the ppt is about neighborhoods. I hope that this is helpful for your students.

 Level:elementary
Age: +10
 Format: PowerPoint
 Downloads:66
5 out of 5, rated by 2 teachers

Copyright 04/4/2017  myzaguirre
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Comments:


falafel
Tunisia

Amazing. Thanks once more.          posted by falafel 20170405


morenopalomares
Spain

Thanks again!          posted by morenopalomares 20170405


civii11
Albania

          posted by civii11 20170405
thanks


jfaraujo
Portugal

          posted by jfaraujo 20170405
Excellent! Thank you so much for sharing! My students also find it difficult to distinguish do from does and this will be very helpful!


ascincoquinas
Portugal

great thanks          posted by ascincoquinas 20170405


aftab57
United Kingdom

Thank you for sharing really useful materials          posted by aftab57 20180824