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Let’s talk: small groups. Page 28 Time: 10–15 minutes • Model the exercise with a group. • While groups are working, write the grid from the book on the board. • Assign one group to each column and have them write their answers on the board. • Discuss and correct the grid as a class. You may need to pronounce some verbs for the class. CHARTS 2-7 and 2-8. Simple Past. Past Progressive. Page 29 Time: 10–20 minutes At this point you may wish to explain that a clause is a structure that has a subject and a verb, and make the distinction between a main or independent clause and a dependent clause.

I have traveled in Asia. • Explain that the first sentence suggests the time frame is recent, and the second suggests that the travel happened at some unknown time before now. QXD 5/20/09 12:21 PM Page 17 ❏ EXERCISE 21. Let’s write. Page 49 Time: 15–20 minutes This is a summary review activity for the present perfect, present perfect progressive, and simple past. Before assigning either topic, prepare students in class by writing some student-generated sentences on the board, and discuss which would make the best topic or introductory sentence.

Ask students to use as many of the verbs provided beneath the picture as possible in their descriptions. Have them also come up with other verbs which can be used to talk about the picture. After 10 or 15 minutes, have the groups take turns reading their own descriptions aloud while the other two groups assess the accuracy of the grammar used. ❏ EXERCISE 18. Listening. Page 48 Time: 5–10 minutes In examples (e)–(h), it can be challenging for students to understand when to use present perfect and when they must use present perfect progressive.

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