By the end of the lesson students will

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By the end of the lesson students will be able. . . • 1.

By the end of the lesson students will be able. . . • 1. To identify different words in present tense • 2. To use the right form of the verbs

Lesson related important words: • • Rather----Better-----Let-----Dare----

Lesson related important words: • • Rather----Better-----Let-----Dare----

Lesson related important question(s): • What is present tense ? • What is ‘base

Lesson related important question(s): • What is present tense ? • What is ‘base form’ of a verb?

Rule-11: Had better, had rather, would better, would rather, let, must, need having in

Rule-11: Had better, had rather, would better, would rather, let, must, need having in a sentence then ‘ principal verb’ will be present form. Having ‘to’ will be removed

Rule 12: Can, could, may, might, shall, should, will, would, etc. used as auxiliary

Rule 12: Can, could, may, might, shall, should, will, would, etc. used as auxiliary verb in a sentence---- ‘principal verb’ will be present tense.

Rule-13: If a sentence begins ‘would that’, ‘could’ will be used aftre subjec. ‘Principal

Rule-13: If a sentence begins ‘would that’, ‘could’ will be used aftre subjec. ‘Principal verb’ will be present form. (Would that I could go to college. )

Rule-14: Every, each, one of etc. having in a sentence as a subject ‘Verb’

Rule-14: Every, each, one of etc. having in a sentence as a subject ‘Verb’ will be singular.

Rule-15: If ‘Subject ’is 3 rd person & singular number and ‘Verb’ is used

Rule-15: If ‘Subject ’is 3 rd person & singular number and ‘Verb’ is used as present indefinite tense then we have to add s/ es with verb

Group work Make sentences using the words in rule-11 to 15

Group work Make sentences using the words in rule-11 to 15

Home work Write down at least five sentences using the words you have learnt

Home work Write down at least five sentences using the words you have learnt today.