Hi teachers,

Information to consider.

I have 6 drawings with diferent actions. Under each drawing there's the base form of the action represented in the drawing.

Would you correct my directions for the exercise?

Complete these questions and answers in present progressive to determine the actions. Use the given verbs below the drawings.

1.- _______ _____ Robert _______ now?

____ _____ ___________ the newspaper.

Thanks in advance
Complete these questions and answers in present progressive to describe the actions. Use the verbs given below the drawings.

1.- _______ _____ Robert _______ now?

____ _____ ___________ the newspaper.
Hi Mister Micawber,

Thank you for you answer.

What about yes and no questions? Should I change, 'to describe actions' into 'to confirm actions' and 'to negate actions'?

Thank in advance.

TS
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I realize that 'describe' doesn't quite work, but I think 'confirm' or 'negate' are less appropriate. If I were doing it, I would avoid that kind of relationship between sentence and picture entirely:

Look at the drawings and complete the sentences in present progressive. Use the verbs given below the drawings.
Thank you Mister Micawber.

What about these ones?

a) To complete these affirmative sentences in present progressive, use the verbs given below the drawings.

b) To complete these negative sentences in present progressive, use the verbs given below the drawings.

c) To complete these questions and answers for actions in present progressive, use the verbs given below the drawings.

d) To complete the yes questions of these numbered questions in present progressive, use the verbs given below the drawings.

e) To complete the no questions of these numbered questions in present progressive, use the verbs given below the drawings.

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*For letter 'c' I have to say 'for actions' because they are exclusively for that that purpose.

The pages that contains the directions have 6 drawings with different actions, but the same ones are for affirmative, negative, questions, etc.
Yes, good, but do you need 'for these numbered questions'? I'd just do this:

d) To complete the 'yes' questions in present progressive, use the verbs given below the drawings.

e) To complete the 'no' questions in present progressive, use the verbs given below the drawings.
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Mister MicawberYes, good, but do you need 'for these numbered questions'?
Well, I'm saying it just because the 'yes' and 'no' questions come from the previous written questions by the students. But maybe just saying what you wrote for 'd' and 'e' is enought, isn't it?

TS

One more and last to go about this matter.

Would these directions be also aprropriate?

To complete these affirmative sentences in present progressive, use the verbs given below the drawings. For the negative sentences guess the most appropriate verb according to the context.

Example:

1.- Robert ____ _____________ __________ Kate now. (Robert is thinking about Kate now.)

Robert ________ ___________ the newspaper. (Robert isn't reading the newspaper.)

Information to consider: the students have already done the verd 'is reading' in affirmative with the same complement 'the newspaper'.
Yes, that all sounds fine to me.

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Hi Mister Micawber,

Thank you very much for your reply.

Nice to have you back. I hope you had a good weekend.

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