This morning at school we studied verb must-mustn’t. It is used to talk about obligation and prohibition. It is very easy to use:
ex. You must study/You mustn’t smoke
Try this game and this one
Try this execise–>ex.1 and now a more
Play the frog game! and try the monkey game! or the catapult game!
Here you can practice affirmative form:
exercise 1 exercise 2 exercise 3 exercise 4 exercise 5
Here you can practice negative form:
exercise 1 exercise 3 exercise 3 exercise 4 exercise 5
Here you can practice interrogative form:
exercise1 exercise2 exercise3 exercise4 exercise5
Watch this video and then play the game!
Have a look at this funny link!
Look at these pictures! They can help you understand the difference between the present perfect simple and the past simple.
Just for fun…
Time to practice!
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Here is your homework: pre simpl neg int
present simple affirmative (scheda compiti per casa)
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