ESL Lesson Plan Power Point - Using To Be VS do/does/did

ESL Lesson Plan Power Point - Using To Be VS do/does/did
ESL Lesson Plan Power Point - Using To Be VS do/does/did
ESL Lesson Plan Power Point - Using To Be VS do/does/did
ESL Lesson Plan Power Point - Using To Be VS do/does/did
ESL Lesson Plan Power Point - Using To Be VS do/does/did
ESL Lesson Plan Power Point - Using To Be VS do/does/did
ESL Lesson Plan Power Point - Using To Be VS do/does/did
ESL Lesson Plan Power Point - Using To Be VS do/does/did
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This is a review for ESL students.
Students always get confused between using to be/do.
for example:

an answer: Yes, I was late.
Students often think that the question is with a regular helping verb "do" and they write: Do you late?*

This power point is a review of the Present Simple and Past Simple with an emphasis on when to use was/were/am/is/are and when to use do/does/did in positive and negative sentences and in questions.

It is a whole lesson and includes a few exercises in the middle and two final exercises. One of the exercises is an interview in pairs.
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