Let me tell you about my day
Let me show you my daily schedule
At my friends house
You are doing he laundy
I am reading
To set the table
To wash the dishes
To do my homework
To go to an activity
Telling the time
There are many different ways to tell the time.
We can use O’clock ‘ at full hours. It means there are no minutes.
It is eleven o’clock. ( 11:00 )
It is three o’clock (03:00 )
It is five o’clock.( 05:00 )
We use the present simple to talk about things we do regularly.
For the present simple, add s or es for he, she and it.
For the negative, use don't for I, you, we and they, and doesn't for he, she and it.
I watch cartoons every day.
My dad makes dinner every evening.
The present continuous is made from the present tense of the verb be and the –ing form of a verb.
We use the present continuous to talk about activities at the moment of speaking
I am workING
You are playING
As a "part of speech" transition words are used to link words, phrases or sentences.
These transitional words (like finally) have the function of limiting, restricting, and defining time.
Quiz Juniors 1
Quiz Juniors 2