Day 30- Spoken English to Teachers - Learn Tenses,Vocabulary,Verb forms

Day 30- Spoken English to Teachers - Learn Tenses,Vocabulary,Verb forms

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SPOKEN ENGLISH DAY-30(24-4-2016)
TENSES DAY-7
We have been observing the sentence structure of Various tense forms under  Present Tense for a week.
1.1 Simple Present
1.2 Present Continuous
1.3 Present Perfect
1.4 Present Perfect Continuous.

Now let us recollect the structural changes of each form with examples.
1.1 Simple Present
(Positive):
He speaks English regularly.

(Negative):
He doesn't speak English regularly.

(Interrogative):
Does he speak English regularly?

1.2 Present Continuous
(Positive)
He is speaking English now.

(Negative)
He is not speaking English now.

(Interrogative)
Is he speaking English now?

1.3 Present Perfect:
(Positive)
He has spoken English just now.

(Negative)
He has not spoken English just now.

(Interrogative)
Has he spoken English just now?

1.4 Present Perfect Continuous:
(Positive)
He has been speaking English for one month.

(Negative)
He has not been speaking English for one month.

(Interrogative)
Has he been speaking English for one month?

Home work:
Practice writing these sentence in all forms of the present tense you have observed.
1. They play cricket regularly.
2. Latha drinks five glasses of water everyday.
3. I meet my friends very often.


VOCABULARY
1. Ensuing =following ( తదనంతరం  వచ్చు/ వెంబడించు
Ensuing the sudden demise of his father, Akbar came to the throne at a very young age.
2. Inculcate = to fix through repeated effort ( ప్రయత్నపూర్వకంగా నెలకొల్పు )
Teachers should inculcate hygienic eating habits among students during MDM
3. Erstwhile = former (గత/ ఇంతకు పూర్వపు)
The school was inaugurated by the erstwhile education minister.
4. Hail from = to have as one's place of birth / residence.( ప్రదేశానికి చెందిన )
Most of the brick industry labourers hail from Orissa.
5. Threat = an indication or warning of probable trouble. ( హెచ్చరిక )
The authorities evacuated the people in low lying areas due to the threat of floods.

VERB FORMS(Irregular Verbs)
Present-Past-Past participle
    V1      V2      V3
1. Hurt - hurt  - hurt
('hurted' is a wrong usage)
2. Cost- cost  -cost
('costed' is a wrong usage)
3. hit  -  hit  -   hit
4. shut -shut - shut
5. Put-  put  -  put
6. cut - cut  - cut
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