Teens|Grammar activating|Pre-Int|6. A bad hair day
How are things at school?
Put the expressions into the right column
Answer the questions
1. Which of the events can make you really unhappy?
2. Which of the events can make you really happy?
Harry’s having a bad day
Harry got up late, he had a cold shower, he missed his bus.
He was late for school, he had a test in French and he failed it.
Complete the text with the words from the box
Verbs in the past
Complete the sentences with the verbs in Past Simple
Talking about the past
Complete the negative sentences and questions
|Was / were||Ved / V2|
How was your day?
Read and remember the rule
We use the Past Simple of be to talk about situations that took place in the past.
- He was a footballer.
- His parents were very angry.
- The exam wasn’t difficult.
- «Were you at school yesterday?» «No, I wasn’t!»
- Where was James last week?
- There was a lot of traffic in the street.
I was tired yesterday
Complete the sentences
⇒ Today it’s a fine day, but it was cold yesterday.
Make true sentences about yourself and interview each other
⇒ I was at home yesterday. Were you at home?
- be tired / yesterday
- be late / last Monday
- be happy / on my Birthday
- be in the cinema / at the weekend
- be at home / yesterday evening
- be in bed / at 11 p.m. yesterday
Harry’s bad hair day
Listen and complete the text
Continue the story about Harry’s day
|Harry had a happy evening||Harry had an unfortunate evening|
|Use the ideas:
— learn some good news
|Use the ideas:
— learn some bad news
Did you have a good weekend?
Complete the dialogue with Past Simple
Example: Did you have a good weekend?
Bad days, good days
Make questions and interview each other
Example: When did it happen? Were you alone?
|afraid, nervous, late, angry, sad|
Speak about a bad or a good day
Example: It was in May last year. My friend and I decided to go shopping. First it was OK, but then…
- when it happened
- where you were
- who was with you
- what happened
- how you felt
- what you did later
Complete the questions and ask each other
Make your questions in Past Simple
|be your birthday
buy your phone
do on holiday
eat for breakfast
meet your best friend
go to the cinema
Look at the pictures and write the answers
|Sam and Tony||Iris and Suzy||Brian and Robert|
Example: Who phoned his friend? Sam
Read and remember the rule
Who, what, which, how much and how many can be the subject questions.
When the question word is the subject, we use the affirmative form and word order.
— Who invited you? — Tom invited me.
— What happened at the party? — Nothing happened.
— Which phone cost more? — The black one.
— How many people came to the party? — About twenty.
Make questions and ask each other
What I can do
Now you can:
1. talk about good and bad events in the past;
2. use Past Simple with regular and irregular verbs;
3. interview somebody, using different types of questions.
|1. oversleep||5. pass a test||9. spill||13. unlucky|
|2. leave behind||6. fail the test||10. quarrel with||14. fortunate|
|3. miss the bus||7. win||11. have a bad hair day||15. unfortunate|
|4. get sick||8. lose||12. lucky||16. invite to|
Irregular verbs: bingo
Turn over the card and name the second form of the verb
We use Past Simple for actions, events and situations that happened at a definite time in the past.
We often use past time expressions with Past Simple.
yesterday, yesterday morning, yesterday afternoon, last night, last week, in September, two days ago, in 1988
Past Simple of be has two forms: was and were.
⇒ I was here.
You were right.
⇒ It wasn’t difficult.
They weren’t late.
⇒ Were you OK? Yes, I was.
Was he in the garden? No, he wasn’t.
Past Simple: regular verbs
We form Past Simple of regular verbs by adding -ed to the verb.
⇒ play → played, ask → asked, start → started, wash → washed
I cleaned my room yesterday.
They waited for two hours.
Look at these other regular spelling rules:
|Add -d to verbs ending in -e.|
|like → liked, share → shared|
|Change -y to -ied in verbs ending in consonant + -y.|
|study → studied, cry → cried|
|Double the last letter and then add -ed to most verbs ending in one vowel and one consonant.|
|travel → travelled, chat → chatted|
We use did or didn’t and the base form for questions and negative forms.
⇒ I didn’t enjoy the film.
When did you start that book?
Who, where, what, when, why, how
We use question words (who, where, what, when, why and how) when we ask for information.
Questions with question words usually have the same word order as yes/no questions.
⇒ Do you like it? Yes, I like it. Why do you like it?
Is he leaving? Yes, he’s leaving. When is he leaving?
Did it happen? Yes, it happened. How did it happen?
Will you go? Yes, I’ll go. Where will you go?
Did you do it? Yes, I did it. What did you do?
We often use who as the subject of a question, without do, does or did.
⇒ Who likes pizza?
Who wrote this?
We can also use it inthe same pattern as a yes/no question.
⇒ Can you talk to someone? Yes, I can talk to someone. Who can you talk to?
Were you at school yesterday?
Choose the correct option
Choose the correct option to complete the sentence
Two young adventurers
Complete the text with the verbs in Past Simple
Write the verbs in Past Simple form
⇒ give — gave
Write the base form of the verbs
⇒ come — came
become — became
Listen to the recording and put the pictures in the correct order
What happened to Sophia?
Write past tense questions
What was the weather like?
— It was warm and sunny.
Look at the pictures and write the question
Katy talks about her day
Listen and choose if the pictures are True or False
How did you spend your last weekend?
Write about your last weekend. Use the questions below as a plan
- What time did you get up?
- What did you have for breakfast?
- Did you do homework?
- Did you do housework?
- Where did you go?
- How did you spend the afternoon?
- Who did you meet?
- What did you do in the evening?
|1. get a present||5. miss the bus||9. meet an interesting person|
|2. be tired of||6. learn some good news||10. have a bad hair day|
|3. be late for school||7. buy||11. invite to|
|4. leave at home||8. quarrel with|
Learn the irregular verbs
Кликни по 🔗ссылке, переходи в приложение Quizlet и учи/повторяй слова из урока
- School marks
- Harry’s having a bad day
- Verbs in the past
- How was your day?
- I was tired yesterday
- Harry’s bad hair day
- Harry’s evening
- Did you have a good weekend?
- Bad days, good days
- Questions, questions…
- What happened?
- An interview
- What I can do
- Irregular verbs
- Grammar reference
- Were you at school yesterday?
- Two young adventurers
- Irregular verbs
- An accident
- What happened to Sophia?
- Katy’s day
- Katy talks about her day
- Last weekend
- Learn the irregular verbs
- App: Quizlet
- 1. Demo | Fun test (Pre-Intermediate)
- 2. Teens|Grammar activating|Pre-Int|1. Your life
- 3. Teens|Grammar activating|Pre-Int|2. A day in life
- 4. Teens|Grammar activating|Pre-Int|3. A Surprise Party
- 5. Teens|Grammar activating|Pre-Int|4. The future begins today
- 6. Teens|Grammar activating|Pre-Int| Revise and check 1
- 7. Teens|Grammar activating|Pre-Int|6. A bad hair day
- 8. Teens|Grammar activating|Pre-Int|7. The way things used to be
- 9. Teens|Grammar activating|Pre-Int|8. Incredible stories
- 10. Teens|Grammar activating|Pre-Int|9. A haunted house
- 11. Teens|Grammar activating|Pre-Int|10. The Canterville Ghost
- 12. Teens|Grammar activating|Pre-Int|11. Amazing people
- 13. Teens|Grammar activating|Pre-Int|12. Talents
- 14. Teens|Grammar activating|Pre-Int|13. Role Models
- 15. Teens|Grammar activating|Pre-Int| Revise and Check 2
- 16. Teens|Grammar activating|Pre-Int|15. Into the wild