BE GOING TO FUTURE TENSE

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 BE GOING TO : USE: When you have a DEFINITE PLAN: We are going to the beach tomorrow. FORM: BE + GOING TO + SIMPLE FORM OF VERB I am going to listen to his speech on Friday. You are going to do your homework tonight. He is going to go shopping on Saturday. She is going to make a … Read More

SIMPLE FUTURE TENSE (WILL)

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Future Simple The simple future tense is often called will, because we make the simple future tense with the modal auxiliary will. How do we form Future Simple? Positive Negative Yes/No Question Wh-Question no differences I will speak. They will fix it. I will not speak. They won’t fix it. Will I speak? Will they fix it? Who will talk? When will they fix … Read More

SIMPLE PAST TENSE

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The Simple Past Tense Form. A-The simple past tense with regular verbs is formed by adding {ed} to the infinitive. For example; Note: . Verbs which end with {e} is formed by adding just {d}. For instance, Affirmative Form Negative Form Interrogative Form Negative Interrogative form I played You played He played She played It played We played You played … Read More

Present Perfect Tense

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We use “Present Perfect Tense” for the actions that began in the past and continues to the present with its affects Sentence Structure positives: Subject (+) have/has (+) V3 (+) Object …….. negatives: Subject (+) haven’t/hasn’t ( +) V3 (+) Object………….. questions: Have/Has (+) Subject (+) V3 (+) Object…………….. I have prepared for the exam We have prepared for the … Read More

Simple Present Tense

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We use Simple Present Tense for the facts that every time true I do my homework every evening. (That is a general fact and not happening at the time being and not in the past or future. That is happening every time) I listen to music everyday. We do our homework in the evenings. You use your computer every morning … Read More

PRESENT CONTINUES TENSE

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We use present continues tense for the actions continuing at the time of speaking. I am doing my homework. He is listening to music She is preparing for the class It is barking in the garden We are helping eachother You are speaaking in English They are participating to the party Please remember I am………………… He/She/It is……………….. We/You/They are……………………. To … Read More