We continue with our amazing trip to the magnificent city of Edinburgh. We stop now at the Royal Mile.
Discovering Edinburgh is becoming an incredible experience!
At the end of the session, you will have:
- read about the Royal Mile and worked comparing the differences between present simple and present continuous.
- organized information about Edinburgh at the Google site.
- read about traditional and new school sports in secondary schools.
Walking along this street is such a pleasure! The man on the picture normally walks the dog in the evening, but today he is walking his dog in the morning. As you can see, there is a difference between the two verbal tenses.
It is time now to compare the use of both types of present tenses: Comparison between present simple and present continuous. Work with exercise 1, exercise 2 and exercise 3. Write the answer in a new post at your learning diary.
Remember that the Royal Mile must be part of the route at your Google Sites map.
Continue with your posts on Twitter (#taskposter and #projectedinburgh). Write a tweet using the present continuous, about what you are doing right now at the Royal Mile.