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MORE REFLEXIVE VERBS

The second and third presentations on reflexive verbs are here in reverse order. The final one of the series deals with the Perfect Tense of reflexives. I often try to give a presentation some kind of theme, however irrelevant: this time I got hung up on things cinematic. The Flash conversion misses a scrolling text on the intermission slides, but is otherwise pretty accurate. Beware of trying to click too much – there are a lot of built-in timings.

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ThisĀ presentation (second of three)Ā introduces what I think of as the unexpected reflexives, ie not the ones that deal with daily routine stuff. It follows on in style from the first one on reflexives. Sadly, the Flash conversion messed up the text animation on the infinitives, but the original PPT is fine.

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REFLEXIVE VERBS

This recent effort really was a night before the lesson job. I was feeling depressed about dealing with reflexive verbs without something pretty on the IWB, so I sat up from midnight to 1.30 am working on this presentation. It displays my usual minimalist tendencies but is probably none the worse for that. After all, any presentation is just a tool to provide a visual backup for the teacher.

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