|411||Information||LOL||Laughing out loud|
|AFK||Away from keyboard||NOOB||Bad gamer|
|AKA||Also known as||NP||No problem|
|ASAP||As soon as possible||NSA||No strings attached|
|ATM||At the moment||NVM||Never mind|
|BC||Because||OMG||Oh my God|
|BF||Boyfriend||P2P||Peer to peer|
|BRB||Be right back||P2P||Pay to play (online gaming)|
|BTDT||Been there, done that||PLZ||Please|
|BTW||By the way||POV||Point of view|
|DIY||Do it yourself||R||Are|
|DL||Download||RIP||Rest in peace|
|ETA||Estimated time of arrival||ROFL||Rolling on floor laughing|
|F2F||Face to face||RT||Retweet|
|F2P||Free to play||SO||Significant other|
|FAQ||Frequently asked questions||SOB||Son of a bitch|
|FB||STFU||Shut the fuck up|
|FU||Fuck you||SYL||See you later|
|FYI||For your information||TMI||Too much information|
|GF||Girlfriend||TNT||Til next time|
|G2G||Got to go||TY||Thank you|
|IDK||I don’t know||WTF||What the fuck?|
|IK||I know||XOXOXO||Hugs & kisses|
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This video can be used by ESL teachers to practice the use of Present Progressive in a different and funny way in the class.
How to do it?
- Watch the whole video before playing it to your SS.
- Explain Present Progressive to the class.
- Print this practice out and hand it to your SS.
- Instruct them to do the practice and to ask for new vocabulary.
- After your SS have finished, write on the board numbers 1 to 34, and then ask them to go to the board and write the -ing conjugation of each verb.
- Play the video.
- Instruct your SS to say out loud what action is taking placing while the video is being played. Erase the verbs as they are said out loud by your SS.
- Pause the video after every clip has ended so SS have the time to think about the actions that were just happening and ask about new vocabulary.
- Play some clips twice if the SS ask for it.
- The video can be used to practice both Present Progressive and Past Progressive as well as other tenses; it is up to the teacher to use the video in the right way.
- Ask your SS to interrupt the video if needed when saying a Present Progressive sentence. The video or clips can be played again.
- Encourage your SS to say as many possible ongoing actions as possible.
You may want to use this slideshow to help you explain Present Progressive to your SS: