EdSheeranandpresentperfect

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Before watching
★ We are going to learn a song by Ed Sheeran. First, read the biography and
choose two (2) facts that surprised you.
★ The song we are going to listen to is “Castle on the Hill”. Look at the pictures and
try to guess what the song is about..
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Before watching
★ As a teenager, what are the most common first experiences? Make a list with your
partner.
​Watch once with no sound
★ What are the first experiences you can see in the music video?
Watch the video a second time with sound
★ In groups, put the song verses in order.
★ Now, complete the sentences with the correct verb from the list:
did
got
had (x2)
left
lost
made
overdosed
tasted
was (x3)
watched (x3)
★ Watch the lyric video again, and check your answers.
​Karaoke time!
★ Now, try to sing the song as good as you can.
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Thinking corner: my past experiences
★ Put in the correct column what experiences you have had and those you haven’t
had. Then, compare with your partner.
Complete a DIY project
Cook dinner for your parents
Find your style
Get something pierced
Go phone-free for 24 hours
Kiss your crush
Learn a foreign language
Learn to cook a dish that you like
Learn to play an instrument
Learn to sew
Play in the rain
Say "Yes" to something that scares you
See your favourite band in concert
Sleep under the stars
Travel outside the country
Experiencies I have already had
Experiencies I haven’t had yet
Now, you will write a short sentence for each of your past experiences (max. 5). For
that, you will need the ​list of irregular verbs.
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★ Find and write the past simple and the part participle form for each verb.
Infinitive (without ‘to’)
Past simple form
Past participle
Complete
Cook
Find
Get
Go
Kiss
Learn
Play
See
Sleep
Travel
Look at the following example about the young Ed Sheeran:
kiss a girl
drink a beer
★ Now, write 5 sentences about y
​ our​ past experiences.
1.
……………………………………………………………………….…….
2. ………………………………………….…….………………………………………….…….
3. ………………………………………….…….………………………………………….…….
4. ………………………………………….…….………………………………………….…….
5. ………………………………………….…….………………………………………….…….
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★ Now, write 3 sentences about y
​ our partner’​s past experiences.
1.
…………………………………………………….……….…….
2. ………………………………………….…….………………………………………….…….
3. ………………………………………….…….………………………………………….…….
Look at the following example about the young Ed Sheeran:
have a car accident
do drugs
★ Now, write 5 sentences about y
​ our​ past experiences.
1.
……………………………………………………………………….……... ​
2. ………………………………………….…….………………………………………….…….
3. ………………………………………….…….………………………………………….…….
4. ………………………………………….…….………………………………………….…….
5. ………………………………………….…….………………………………………….…….
★ Now, write 3 sentences about y
​ our partner’s​ past experiences.
1.
…………………………………………………….……….……….​
2. ………………………………………….…….………………………………………….…….
3. ………………………………………….…….………………………………………….…….
Grammar corner: Present Perfect Simple
★ Remember the sentences about past experiences and try to complete the following
chart with “do the homework” about P
​ resent Perfect Simple​. Below you have some
help.
Affirmative ‘+’ and Negative ‘-’
Subject
+
+
have / has (n’t)
Past Participle
Question ‘?’
Auxiliary “Have”
+
Subject
+
Past Participle
+ ?
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Do the
homework
Affirmative
Negative
Question
I
You
He / She / It
We
They
★ Below you have a list of the situations where we use “Present Perfect Simple”.
Match each explanation with its example. There are two example per situation.
1. Number of times you have done something ______
______
2. Things you have done in a continuing time period ______
3. Recently completed actions (often with ‘just’) ______
______
4. Situations that started in the past and continue ______
5. Past actions with an important present result ______
______
______
______
A. Have you been to Paris before? I’ve only been there once.
B. How many times have you seen that film? I’ve seen it twice.
C. I can’t play tennis because I’ve hurt my knee.
D. I haven’t spoken to her this week. (this week is continuing)
E. I’m not hungry because I‘ve just had my dinner.
F. I’ve done many things in my life. (your life is continuing)
G. I’ve left my keys at work and now I can‘t get into my house.
H. I’ve lived in Italy for most of my life. I’ve been here for 27 years.
I.
Ireland has been in the EU since 1973 while Spain has been in it for 20 years.
J. The film’s just started so you haven’t missed anything.
★ In each example, there is a word that helps identify present perfect. Circle them.
★ Translate those expressions you don’t understand:
………………………………………….…….………………………………………….……………..….
………………………………………….…….………………………………………….……………..….
………………………………………….…….………………………………………….……………..….
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Grammar corner: Present Perfect Simple versus Past simple
★ Look back the lyrics of Ed Sheeran’s song and find all the past simple examples.
★ Now, transform the following sentences into Present Perfect Simple.
1. When I was six years old I broke my leg: ......​
2. I found my heart and broke it: …​
……………………
……….………………………………………………..
3. We watched the sunset over the castle on the hill: ​
…………………………………
………………………………………………………………………………………………….
4. I had my first kiss on a Friday night: …​
………………………………………………….
…………………………………………………………………………………………………
5. We found weekend jobs: ​
………………………………………………………..…….
…………………………………………………………………………………………………
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TEACHER’S NOTES
1.
2.
3.
4.
C
K
B
H
5.
6.
7.
8.
J
E
F
D
C
When I was six years old I broke my leg
I was running from my brother and his
friends
And tasted the sweet perfume of the
mountain grass as I rolled down
K
I was younger then
Take me back to when
B
I found my heart and broke it here
Made friends and lost them through the
years
And I've not seen the roaring fields in so
long
I know I've grown
I can't wait to go home
H
I'm on my way
Driving at 90 down those country lanes
Singing to "Tiny Dancer"
And I miss the way
You make me feel
And it's real
We watched the sunset over the castle on
the hill
9. I
10. A
11. G
C
When I ____ six years old I broke my leg
I was running from my brother and his
friends
And ____ the sweet perfume of the
mountain grass as I rolled down
K
I ____ younger then
Take me back to when
B
I found my heart and broke it here
____ friends and ____ them through the
years
And I've not seen the roaring fields in so
long
I know I've grown
I can't wait to go home
H
I'm on my way
Driving at 90 down those country lanes
Singing to "Tiny Dancer"
And I miss the way
You make me feel
And it's real
We ____ the sunset over the castle on the
hill
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J
Fifteen years old and smoking handrolled
cigarettes
Running from the law through the backfields
and getting drunk with my friends
Had my first kiss on a Friday night
I don't reckon I did it right
E
I was younger then,
Take me back to when
J
Fifteen years old and smoking handrolled
cigarettes
Running from the law through the backfields
and getting drunk with my friends
____ my first kiss on a Friday night
I don't reckon I did it right
E
I ____ younger then,
Take me back to when
F
F
We found weekend jobs, when we got paid
We'd buy cheap spirits and drink them
straight
Me and my friends have not thrown up in so
long
Oh, how we've grown
D
But I can't wait to go home
I
I'm on my way
Driving at 90 down those country lanes
Singing to "Tiny Dancer"
And I miss the way
You make me feel
And it's real
We watched the sunset over the castle on
the hill
Over the castle on the hill
Over the castle on the hill
We found weekend jobs, when we ____
paid
We'd buy cheap spirits and drink them
straight
Me and my friends have not thrown up in so
long
Oh, how we've grown
D
But I can't wait to go home
I
I'm on my way
Driving at 90 down those country lanes
Singing to "Tiny Dancer"
And I miss the way
You make me feel
And it's real
We ____ the sunset over the castle on the
hill
Over the castle on the hill
Over the castle on the hill
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A
A
One friend left to sell clothes
One works down by the coast
One had two kids but lives alone
One's brother overdosed
One's already on his second wife
One's just barely getting by
But these people raised me
And I can't wait to go home
One friend ____ to sell clothes
One works down by the coast
One ____ two kids but lives alone
One's brother ____
One's already on his second wife
One's just barely getting by
But these people raised me
And I can't wait to go home
G
And I'm on my way
I still remember these old country lanes
When we did not know the answers
And I miss the way
You make me feel
It's real
We watched the sunset over the castle on
the hill
Over the castle on the hill
Over the castle on the hill
G
And I'm on my way
I still remember these old country lanes
When we ____ not know the answers
And I miss the way
You make me feel
It's real
We ____ the sunset over the castle on the
hill
Over the castle on the hill
Over the castle on the hill
Do the
homework
Affirmative
Negative
Question
I
have done the
homework
haven’t done the
homework
Have I done the homework?
You
have done the
homework
haven’t done the
homework
Have you done the
homework?
He / She / It
has done the
homework
hasn’t done the
homework
Has she done the
homework?
We
have done the
homework
haven’t done the
homework
Have we done the
homework?
They
have done the
homework
haven’t done the
homework
Have they done the
homework?
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– Number of times you have done something
How many times have you seen that film? I’ve seen it twice.
Have you been to Paris before? I’ve only been there once.
– Things you have done in a continuing time period
I’ve done many things in my life. (your life is continuing)
I haven’t spoken to her this week. (this week is continuing)
– Recently completed actions (often with ‘just’)
The film’s just started so you haven’t missed anything.
I’m not hungry because I‘ve just had my dinner.
– Situations that started in the past and continue
Ireland has been in the EU since 1973 while Spain has been in it for 20 years.
I’ve lived in Italy for most of my life. I’ve been here for 27 years.
– Past actions with an important present result
I can’t play tennis because I’ve hurt my knee.
I’ve left my keys at work and now I can‘t get into my house.
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