Everyday English Volume N . 1

Everyday English Volume N . 1

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1912 edition. Excerpt: ...correctly the words see, saw, seen. They are different forms of the verb see. See is the present tense; saw is the past tense; and seen is used in verb-groups with has, have, and had. 1. I see the bird now. 2. He sees the nest. 3. I have seen him often. 4. I haven't seen him for several days. 5. I saw him first a week ago. 6. Has he seen us? 7. Yes, he saw us a moment ago. 8, Did you see him, too? 9. Now we have both seen him. Supply the proper form, see, sees, saw, seen, in the following sentences: 1. I an oriole yesterday. 2. Where did you him? 3. There, I him now. 4. I never, one before. 5. Oh, I have them many times. 6. Have you ever a scarlet tanager? 7. No, but my brother has them several times this summer. Do, Does, Did, Done Do is plural; does is singular; both are in the present tense. Did is both singular and plural and is in the past tense. Done is used in verb-groups with has, have, or had: I have done it. He has done it. 1. I do my lessons in the morning. 2. He does his at night. 3. She doesn't do hers at alL 4. Doesn't she like to study? 5. Her brothers do, but she doesn't. 6. I did my example. Have you done yours? 7. He has done all his examples. 8. I didn't go yesterday, did you? Read these sentences over and over until you are sure you can use the words correctly. Then make three sentences, using do, and three each for does, did, and done. After this, any errors in the use of the verbs see and do in the oral lessons should be corrected as soon as the speaker makes the mistake. Review the drill in the right way of saying things in Lesson 110. October's Bright Blue Weather 115 181. ORAL LESSON The poem on the next two pages is to be studied and memorized in preparation for the Oral Lesson. Read the poem carefully aloud....
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  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 122g
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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236941977
  • 9781236941978