Me? Smoking?, by Raiane Salles

This storyboard provides a chance to elicit the same verb ‘smoke’ in several different aspects and tenses: (a) the person used to smoke (past habitual); (b) the person smokes (present habitual); (c) the person was smoking (past progressive); (d) the person is smoking (present progressive); (e) the person smoked (perfective); (f) the person has smoke smell on clothes (result state). The goal is to observe what strategies the language you’re working with will use to communicate those meanings. Enjoy!

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  1. Ann Miao-Ling Hsieh


    Thank you very much for sharing the storyboard. I notice I a typo in slide #7: Did you smoked them all?

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