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He snatched the red briefcase and ran away with it so fast that no one knew what was happening. To my left, there was a young man. He was drinking coffee and reading a newspaper. A big red briefcase was standing next to his feet. Reporting to the Police 2 To my right, there was a young woman. She was eating a huge dish of ice cream. She was enjoying it. After the man stole the briefcase, we were all talking loudly. The owner of the briefcase was very upset! Slide 3: 10 a.m. Past Continuous A folyamatos múlt időt arra használjuk, hogy egy múltbéli folyamatban lévő cselekményt írjunk le. most was having múlt jövő I was having coffee. She was eating ice cream. was eating Slide 4: Vigyázz! Állapotjelző igéket általában nem használunk folyamatosban. Kivétel: have. I was having coffee. She was having ice cream. I was having a headache. I had a headache. Itt a have azt jelenti, hogy enni vagy inni. Slide 5: Past Continuous & Past Simple1 A folyamatos múltat használjuk az egyszerű múlttal, ha egy megszakított folyamatot akarunk leírni. most stole They were enjoying the morning when the thief stole the briefcase. múlt jövő They were enjoying the morning when the thief stole the briefcase. were enjoying Slide 6: Past Continuous & Past Simple 2 A folyamatos múltat a folyamatban lévő cselekményre használjuk (természetesen). Használd a when-szócskát és az egyszerű múltat arra a cselekményre, ami megszakítja a folyamatot. most snatched The man was reading the newspaper when the thief snatched his briefcase. múlt jövő The man was reading the newspaper when the thief snatched his briefcase. was reading Slide 7: The thief stole the briefcase and ran away. Past Continuous & Past Simple 3 A folyamatos múltat akkor használd, ha a cselekmény hosszúsága, időtartama fontos. Az egyszerű múltat pedig akkor, ha a cselekmény befejezettsége fontos. most was sitting / was watching múlt jövő I was sitting in Maxi’s Café and watching people. stole ran Slide 8: What were you and others doing? Válaszolj a kérdésekre a folyamatos múltat használva. I was trying to wake up when you called. Gyakorlás 1 Example: What were you doing when I called this morning? 1. What were you doing when the phone rang last night? 2. What were your friends doing at 6 p.m. yesterday evening? 3. What were you doing last weekend? 4. What was the teacher doing when you first saw her/him today? Slide 9: The man was reading the newspaper while the woman was eating her ice cream. The man was reading the newspaper while the woman was eating her ice cream. Past Continuous with While 1 A folyamatos múltat a while-szócska segítségével arra is használhatjuk, hogy 2 vagy több, egymással egyidőben történő folyamatot írjunk le. most múlt jövő was reading was eating Slide 10: While I was describing the theft, the police officer was writing everything down. While I was describing the theft, the police officer was writing everything down. Past Continuous with While 2 A folyamatos múltat a while-szócska segítségével arra is használhatjuk, hogy 2 vagy több, egymással egyidőben történő folyamatot írjunk le. most múlt jövő was describing was writing Slide 11: Time Clauses A time clause (while vagy when) lehet a mondat elején és a végén is. They were having coffee when the thief snatched the briefcase. When the thief snatched the briefcase they were having coffee. Nincs vessző Vessző kell!!! , Slide 12: Vigyázz! Ha a mondatban 2 past simple van, akkor az nem ugyanazt jelenti, mintha az egyik past simple-ben és a másik past cont-ban lenne! When the waiter came, I was looking at the menu. When the waiter came, I looked at the menu. Először jött a pincér és utána megnéztem az étlapot. most múlt jövő came Először nézegettem az étlapot, utána jött a pincér.. was looking came looked Slide 13: 1. While the women were talking, they were drinking tea. 2. While the sun was shining, the fountain was splashing. 3. While one man was playing pool, the other man was watching. 4. While the woman was not looking, the toast was burning. 5. While the woman was talking on the phone, the man was sitting in the chair. Írj mondatokat a while-lal. Használd a folyamatos múltat. While the man was reading, the prisoner was stealing his wallet. Gyakorlás 2 Example: read / steal 1. talk / drink 2. shine / splash 3. play / watch 4. not look / burn 5. talk / sit You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.