Present forms. Made by Diana Yerzhina , LB1-11-40. Present. Simple (fact). Perfect (result). Perfect Progressive (result of process). Progressive (process). Present Simple Tense (do+V1). Examples of using. facts and permanent states Mark works for an advertising company.
Made by Diana Yerzhina, LB1-11-40
(result of process)
Present Simple Tense
Mark works for an advertising company.
Oil floats on water.
He usually goes jogging in the mornings.
The plane to Madrid takes off at 6:30 pm.
Beckham wins the ball, then he crosses and Owen scores.
I love Paris, because it is a beautiful city.
Present Progressive Tense
The kids are playing video games in the living room.
They are painting the house.
I am going to a party tonight.
The rivers are becoming more and more polluted.
She is always biting her nails when someone talks to her.
Present Perfect Tense
Tom has broken his arm.
Kim has been a chef since 1985.
I have painted the kitchen. Doesn’t it look nice?
They have travelled through Europe.
Present Perfect Progressive Tense
* Special questions are not used in Present Prefect Progressive Tense, because it is too hard to construct this form. (Jenny Dooley, Virginia Evans)
She has been typing letters for three hours.
They are tired. They have been working for nine hours.
Where were you? I have been waiting for you for two hours!
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