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Present simple/continuous

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  • zeesaf
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    15 May, 2009 at 6:55
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    as part of my practicum (training at school), i have to explain to the class the difference between the simple present and present continuous. can anyone help me by giving me suggestions about what kind of activity i can use to introduce the lesson. thnx :)

    ICAL_Pete
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    18 May, 2009 at 12:01
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    Reply To: Grammar question

    Try and use timelines in your explanation.

    This ICALwiki article explains clearly and simply just how to do that!


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    zeesaf
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    20 May, 2009 at 9:21
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    Reply To: Grammar question

    Thank you..that was really helpful :)

    jack705
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    31 March, 2010 at 7:25
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    Reply To: Grammar question

    Though my reply would be late but I think it would help for the new visitors.
    As for as Grammar activities are concerned I always recommend my teacher fellows to make them in context, be it in a subjective form or objective.
    The problem is our respectable teachers don’t take pain in writing by themselves and copy the relevant matter from internet. The best way in this regard is to start from simple tenses to complex and complicated ones.

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