Transport and Travel Scene 2 - Language Focus

Rob the teacher talks about using the past simple and the present perfect.

 Watch the video and then do the tasks.

Task 1

Language Task

Read the sentences and decide which ones are correct.

Exercise

Task 2

Language Task 2

Drag the sentences into the right columns.

Exercise

 

Task 3

Communication Strategies

Read the questions and select the best answers.

Exercise

 

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Submitted by May Thida Su on Wed, 05/05/2021 - 06:44

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Hello teachers !! I want to know the differences of " eat in " " eat out " " take away " ? And " home cook " is the meal we cook at home and eat at home ?

Submitted by Evgeny N on Sat, 18/05/2019 - 19:04

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Dear teachers! Good evening! Please explain to me the main difference between Present Perfect and Present Perfect Continuous. If I understood it correctly the main difference is next: Present Perfect - the action isn't finished by the time of speaking or it's some news. Present Perfect Continuous - we are talking about some activity which isn't finished by the time of speaking, for example: I have been painting the ceiling the whole morning (now it's a morning).
Hello Evgeny, The present perfect continuous has several uses and one of those is to highlight the activity rather than the result: > I've painted the ceiling (it's done - result) >I've been painting the ceiling (it may not be done - activity) ~ In other contexts the distinction is a little different. You can find a summary with examples on this page: https://learnenglish.britishcouncil.org/intermediate-grammar/present-perfect-simple-and-present-perfect-continuous ~ Peter The LearnEnglish Team
Hello Peter! Thank you very much for this explanation!

Submitted by fricssou on Mon, 22/04/2019 - 20:18

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i like the way you explain these things.