tenses

Form of Present Continuous Tense

Form of Present Continuous Tense The present continuoıs tense is formed with the present tense of the auxiliary verb be + the present participle;

Present Continuous Tense (I am doing)

Present Continuous Tense (I am doing) Indicate a temporary action in progress at present (to be + ing). Follow the detailed expressions;

Present Simple Tense (I do)

Present Simple Tense (I do) Indicates a fact, habit or regular action(simple present of the verb). Follow the detailed expressions;

Reviewing Verb Tenses

Reviewing Verb Tenses Verb tense expresses the time of an event or action. Time and how it is expressed in writing is very important to English readers. The English language has twelve different tenses. In this lesson, we will review the meaning of each verb tense. Follow the list for detailed expressions;

Past Simple Tense – To be

Past Simple Tense – To be Affirmative, negative and question forms. Follow the list for detailed expressions and example sentences;

Detailed English Tense Table

Detailed English Tense Table Simple present tense, present porgressive, simple past, past progressive, present perfect progressive, past perfect, past perfect progressive, will-future, going to-future, future progressive, future perfect and etc… Examples and explanations;

Learning About English Verbs Tenses (Very Detailed Expressions and Examples)

Learning About English Verbs Tenses (Very Detailed Expressions and Examples) Simple present, present progressive, simple past and etc… Use, signal words, form, examples affirmative, examples negative, examples interrogative and etc…

Perfect Activities for Teaching the Past Perfect

Perfect Activities for Teaching the Past Perfect Time flies, recent events, all in perspective, experiencing culture, just done and etc… Follow the list;

The English Tenses Summary To Make English Easier

The English Tenses Summary To Make English Easier Present simple, present continuous, simple past, past continuous and etc… Follow the list;

When we use Present Perfect Simple Tense and Simple Past Tense

When we use Present Perfect Simple Tense and Simple Past Tense Detailed expressions; Present Perfect Simple Used with keywords; just, already, still, yet, ever, never, recently – 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