L’EXPRESION DU PRESENT PRESENT SIMPLE PRESENT BE+ING PRESENT PERFECT BE+ING.
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Slide 1LEXPRESION DU PRESENT PRESENT SIMPLE PRESENT BE+ING PRESENT PERFECT BE+ING Slide 2 LE PRESENT SIMPLE V / V-s Do / Does Dont / Doesnt Mettre en avant linformation, les faits qui sont rapports pour Exprimer des vrits gnrales The river Thames flows through London Exprimer des proprits, des habitudes du sujet This hotel offers great amenities I dont work on Fridays Les verbes de perception (see, hear) et ceux exprimant une activit mentale (think, like, remember) I dont like sushi This wine tastes really good Slide 3 LE PRESENT BE+ING am / are / is + V-ing Commenter, signaler, prendre position pour Dcrire une situation prcise Look! Its raining outside The receptionist is looking at us The hotel is developing a new software program Ragir, donner un point de vue I am just saying that we should hire a new assistant Some guests are complaining about the noise Slide 4 PRESENT SIMPLE OU PRESENT BE+ING? What does he do? You always complain. Tell me. What language does he speak? I think this is a very good idea. She looks ill. What is he doing? Youre always complaining! Tell me. What language is he speaking? I am thinking of going to Rome. Shes looking at us. Slide 5 PRESENT PERFECT BE+ING Have/has be-en + V-ing Situation dj connue sur laquelle celui qui parle met un commentaire, un point de vue He has been working on the night shift. The general manager has been talking for more than an hour. How long have you been studying hospitality management? I have been working on this project since last summer.
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