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Modal verbs: Making a guess in the present

Have you ever witnessed a crime? What happened? For this activity, I’ve used a picture captured by a surveillance camera and I wrote a short description of what I thought was happening. Of course, I could not be sure, so that was why I was making guesses. In the example, you’ll see that I used…… Continue reading Modal verbs: Making a guess in the present

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A1/A2 Wh-questions in the past simple

Hello! For today’s class we plan to introduce questions using wh-words. As I explained in our classes, wh-questions are different from yes/no questions because they don’t need a yes or no for an answer. These questions ask for some missing information (time, place, reason, etc). Can you imagine that somebody asks you the time and…… Continue reading A1/A2 Wh-questions in the past simple

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A1 Grammar video Past simple for yes/no questions

Here’s a quick video I created with Bitable with some grammar on how to make yes/no questions in the past simple, when we use a verb that is not ‘be’. Remember that ‘be’ does not have an auxiliary and that to make yes/no questions, we use a subeject- verb order inversion. Here’s an example: She…… Continue reading A1 Grammar video Past simple for yes/no questions