TENSE REVIEW. ASK YOUR PARTNER. What do you usually do on the weekend? Where do you normally buy your groceries? Do you ever go to the gym? How often? Do you often watch scary movies? What do you bring to class with you every day ?. The Simple Present Tense.
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Verbs. What is a Verb?. A verb is a word used to express an action, a condition, or a state of being. The two main verbs are action verbs and linking verbs. Both can be accompanied by helping verbs. Action Verbs.
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Simple Past and Past Progressive. GE Units 6-10. Simple Past Tense. Who is this? George Washington He was an American president. He died in 1799. Simple Past Tense. Affirmative Be He was young in 1980. Regular Verbs They worked yesterday. Irregular Verbs
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How I Spent My Winter Holidays. The teacher is telling us about her winter holidays using the Past Simple, the Past Progressive and the Present Perfect Tenses. Past Simple V-ed, V2 Past Progressive was/were + V-ing Present Perfect have/has + V3.
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Verb Tenses. Explanation. When writing, it is important to be consistent in verb tense usage. There are three basic forms of verb tenses: past, present, and future. Simple and Perfect forms of these verbs are also used. Simple and Perfect Forms.
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The Past Perfect & The Past Perfect Progressive. By Maram Alabdulaaly. Outline. FIRST. How is each tense formed?. SECOND. When is each tense used?. Third. Comparisons. Past Perfect Tense. Affirmative Sentences. Negative Sentences. Past Perfect Progressive. Affirmative Sentences.
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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.
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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. This tense describes an action occurring at the moment of speaking or writing.
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VERB TENSES. Simple Present Tom studies every day. Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat Sun. Simple Past. Tom studied last night. Simple Future. Tom will study tomorrow. Present Progressive. Tom is studying right now. Past Progressive.
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Simple Tenses Progressive Tenses. Tense. a verb form that shows the time of an action or condition. 3 Simple Tenses. present tense past tense future tense. Present. action or condition that occurs now Beth laughs loudly. She is loud. Past.
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Progressive Tenses. We are worker bees!. Present Progressive. I. am. +. +. He She It. verb. ing. is. You We They. are. Exercise #1. Change these sentences to the Present Progressive Tense: 1. I play hide and seek. ____________________________________
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The PERFECT versus The IMPERFECT. Translating these tenses from English into French can be more problematic. This is not a problem for a Welsh speaker as the Welsh language uses the Perfect and Imperfect tenses in very much the same circumstances as the French language does. When using the
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