Simple Past vs. Simple Present
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ESL students watch the video, "Family Album U.S.A.: 46 Linden Street" and then answer questions about Acts 1 - 3. The questions focus on the difference between simple past and simple present. The worksheet includes a link to the video on YouTube.
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