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Describe and make suppositions about the theme of the new unit !

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LOREM IPSUM

the time capsule : letter to my future self

unit 4

Write a letter to your future self that we are going to bury with things that remind you of this year. And let's meet in five years to dig it up !

final task :

- Discover what is a time capsule and how to create one


- Learn how to talk about your time

- Learn how to use the present perfect

goals :

discover what is a time capsule

step 1:

Read the following document, answer and recap

  • Type of document ?
  • Source ?
  • What ?
  • Who ?
  • When ?

Give the definition of a time capsule :

1

answer the following questions

2

With what intent are they created ?

4

What is the main significance of a time capsule ?

3

You can choose almost everything to stock into your time capsule, but what is the first condition ?

5

What fom can take a time capsule ?


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Look at this document : what is it ?

Type of doc ? How do you know ? Be precise.


What is it about ?

STEP 2 : The present perfect

1) Who wrote this letter ?
2) For whom did she write this letter ?
3) Look at the dates : how many dates are there ? What can you say about these dates ?
4) When she wrote this letter, in what grade was the person ?
5) For what occasion is she opening this letter ?
6) What questions is she asking herself ?

Look at this document : what is it ?

look at the following sentence :

Have you kept the same friends ?

What is the auxiliary ?
What is the verb ?


look at the following sentence :

Have you kept the same friends ?

What is the tense of the auxiliary ?
What is the tense of the verb ?

Analyse the context of the sentence

Present

Past participate




C'est un aspect du présent qui sert à faire un bilan des expériences passées et / où
à parler de leurs conséquences sur le présent. Il se conjugue de la manière suivante :

1) “ HAVE + Participe passé” (forme affirmative)

2) " HAVEN'T (have not) + Participe passé
ou HAVE + NEVER + Participe passé (forme négative)

3) " HAVE + SUJET + Participe passé" (forme interrogative)

C'est toujours une action passé avec une conséquence sur le présent.

Ex :1) I have lost my keys. (j'ai perdu mes clefs, conséquence, je ne peux pas rentrer chez moi)
I have kept the same friends (bilan, j'ai gardé les mêmes amis du passé, ils étaient mes amis avant et le sont encore aujourd'hui)

2) I have never been to the USA (je ne suis jamais allée aux USA, c'était vrai avant et ça l'est toujours maintenant, c'est un bilan)

3) Have you kept the same friends ? (As-tu gardé les mêmes amis ? Bilan sur les amitiés)

Les participes passés suivent toujours un auxiliaire.
S'ils sont réguliers, ils se terminent par "ED" s'ils sont irréguliers on les trouve dans la colonne "participe
passé" de la liste de verbes irréguliers.

Le Present Perfect