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Simple Present Present Continuous Simple Past

Simple Present Present Continuous Simple Past

Simple Present Present Continuous Simple Past. Created by Silvana Muriel ESL Beginning High Class Pacoima Skills Center – December 7, 2001. Simple Present. They dance to country music at parties. Present Continuous. They are dancing to country music at the party. Simple Past.

By RexAlvis
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Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Tuesday, October 16, 2018. Explain to me… . w hen to use the simple present? when to use a gerund? h ow to create the simple future? w hen to use an infinitive? h ow to form the simple past?

By Jimmy
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Verbs

Verbs

Verbs. Verbs. Study of nouns & pronouns just begins to dip into the rich complexity of grammar. Verbs start to reveal its many splendors. Verbs can assert an action or express a condition (or state of being).

By salena
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Passive + Present Perfect developed by 4V3L1N0

Passive + Present Perfect developed by 4V3L1N0

Passive + Present Perfect developed by 4V3L1N0. Shakespeare wrote ‘Hamlet’. They grow oranges in California. You can’t wash this dress. . ‘Hamlet’ was written by Shakespeare. Oranges are grown in California. This dress can’t be washed. Remember!. 4V3L1N0. With the Simple Past we use:

By hadassah
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Passive + Present Perfect developed by 4V3L1N0

Passive + Present Perfect developed by 4V3L1N0

Passive + Present Perfect developed by 4V3L1N0. Shakespeare wrote ‘Hamlet’. They grow oranges in California. You can’t wash this dress. . ‘Hamlet’ was written by Shakespeare. Oranges are grown in California. This dress can’t be washed. Remember!. 4V3L1N0. With the Simple Past we use:

By kimn
(107 views)

Past

Past

Tenses - Zeitstrahl (Reported Speech). Past Perfect. Simple Past. Simple Present. Past. Future. Past Perfect Progressive Past Progressive Present Progressive Present Perfect Progressive. will . would.

By desiree
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Lecture 11 Tense and Aspect (I)

Lecture 11 Tense and Aspect (I)

Lecture 11 Tense and Aspect (I). the simple present the simple past the present progressive the past progressive. 11.1 Uses of Simple Present. Definition:.

By xuxa
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LIN1180– Semantics Lecture 12

LIN1180– Semantics Lecture 12

LIN1180– Semantics Lecture 12. Albert Gatt. In this lecture. We focus on tense and grammatical aspect Progressive/non-progressive Perfective/imperfective Aspect across languages Interaction of grammatical aspect and lexical aspect ( Aktionsart ). Part 1. Tense as a deictic system.

By hailey
(198 views)

Tense Review

Tense Review

Tense Review. English 112 Prof. Monllor. Things to Remember About the Simple Present Tense. You use the simple present tense when talking or writing about an event that happens habitually or something that is true in the present (now). Mayra Montero writes in Spanish.

By marvene
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Passive + Present Perfect developed by 4V3L1N0

Passive + Present Perfect developed by 4V3L1N0

Passive + Present Perfect developed by 4V3L1N0. Shakespeare wrote ‘Hamlet’. They grow oranges in California. You can’t wash this dress. . ‘Hamlet’ was written by Shakespeare. Oranges are grown in California. This dress can’t be washed. Remember!. 4V3L1N0. With the Simple Past we use:

By redell
(123 views)

Past Continuous

Past Continuous

Past Continuous. Form = was/were + verb- ing Ex. Yone was trying to find a date for the party when Vicki gave the directions for the assignment. Past Continuous is used for an action in progress as a specific time in the past. EX. Sharifa was laughing at 10:00A.M. yesterday in Tom’s class.

By simeon
(295 views)

Week 6 IT 18

Week 6 IT 18

Week 6 IT 18. Choosing between two forms of the present tense. (To be viewed as slide show). Week 6 IT 18 Choosing between two forms of the present tense. This teacher led activity asks the children to choose between the two forms of the present tense.

By lajos
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Conditionals

Conditionals

Stage 43 ATL I. Conditionals. What is a conditional?. Conditionals are introduced by either si or nisi There are two parts to every conditional: protasis - The first part of the conditional, dependent clause apodosis- The second part of the conditional, independent clause

By cyndi
(109 views)

Inglês

Inglês

Inglês. Prof. Davi. Verbs - Simple Tenses. Simple Present Simple Past Simple Future. Simple Present - Formação. Infinitivo sem o “ to ” Ausência do auxiliar (usa-se “ to do”) Inclusão de –s na 3ª pessoa do singular Atenção para regras especiais de formação!.

By elani
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Basic Verb Tenses

Basic Verb Tenses

Basic Verb Tenses. Present Tenses. Simple Present. This tense describes present actions that are habitual or facts that are always true. I walk You walk He/She/It walks We walk They walk. Present Progressive.

By rio
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Question Formation Review

Question Formation Review

Question Formation Review. March 23, 2012 Diplomado. Questions with Can. Structure Can + subject + verb in base form Examples Can you read to me? Can we sleep in the car? Can I use the bathroom? Make 3 of your own. Using WH questions words with Can. Structure

By nasnan
(315 views)

SIMPLE PRESENT

SIMPLE PRESENT

SIMPLE PRESENT . En.Zahraturrahmi binti M.Dahlan. What is Simple Present?.

By romeo
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OTHER CONDITIONALS

OTHER CONDITIONALS

OTHER CONDITIONALS. PROVIDED / PROVIDING (THAT) = IF (on condition that ). Travelling by car is convenient provided / providing ( that ) you have somewhere to park. (but only if you have somewhere to park)

By kynton
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DIRECT AND INDIRECT SPEECH

DIRECT AND INDIRECT SPEECH

DIRECT AND INDIRECT SPEECH. Kalimat Langsung dan Tidak Langsung. Perubahan. Direct Simple Present Present Continuous Simple Past Present Perfect Present future Here Today Tomorrow Yesterday I You Me My He/She. Ind irect Simple Past Past Continuous

By selina
(260 views)

Verb Consistency

Verb Consistency

Verb Consistency. By: Xiangbin, Jennifer, Liang, Amanda, Kevin. Bones: (Basic Rules). Simple Past: Verb + ed / Irregular verbs Completed Action in the Past, Series of Completed Action, Duration in Past, Habits in the Past, Past Facts or Generalizations. Simple Present: Verb + s/es

By gwylan
(201 views)

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