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English tenses

Present Continuous

Statements

 01 Present Continuous

 02 Present Continuous

 03 Present Continuous

 04 Present Continuous

 05 Present Continuous

Signal words

 06 Continuous Signal words

 07 Continuous Signal words

 08 Continuous word order

 09 Continuous word order

Questions

 10 Continuous questions

 11 Continuous questions

 12 Continuous questions

 13 Continuous questions

Negatives

 14 Continuous negative

 15 Continuous negative

 16 Continuous negative

 17 Continuous negative

Tests

 18 Continuous word order

 19 Continuous Word Order

 20 Continuous Test

 

English Tenses

 Simple Present Tense

 Simple Past Tense

 Present Perfect

 Past Perfect

 Future 1

 Future Perfect

 Going-to-Future

 

Continuous Tenses

 Present continuous

 Past Continuous

 Present Perfect Continuous

 Past Perfect Continuous

 Simple Future Continuous

 Future Perfect Continuous

 

Comparison of Tenses

If clauses - Conditional

Active Passive exercises

Reported Speech

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Simple Present grammar rules

Simple Present - the Tenses - Learning English

Simple Present describes things, that happen one after another. It is used to describe permanent situations and the frequency of events.

Verbs: to run

I run

you run

he/she/it runs

we run

you run

they run

to have

I have

you have

he/she/it has

we have

you have

they have

to be

I am

you are

he/she/it is

we are

you are

they are

 

Examples - Simple Present: 

 

First I read a book, then I go to bed.

You go on for a mile, then you come to a church. Then take the road right.

 

Simple Present: The speakter believes something is true and will be true in the future.

 

Examples - Simple Present:

 

New York is in America.

Dogs like meat.

 

Simple Present signal words

 

Simple Present signal words: always, every, never, normally, now and then, occasionally, often, rarely, seldom, sometimes, usually.

 

Examples: 

 

I always eat oranges.

We go to school eyery day.

He always takes his dog for a walk.

 

Simple Present - questions

 

Form questions with 'do'.

 

Examples:

 

I always eat oranges. Do I always eat oranges?

We go to school eyery day. Do we go to school every day?

He always takes his dog for a walk. Does he always take his dog for a walk?

 

Asking for the subject - Simple Present questions

 

Questions with who, what, which.

 

Examples:

 

Who is Mr. Bone?

What is this?

Which shop seems to be the best?

 

Simple Present - negative

 

Negative sentences Simple Present

 

Examples:

 

I know Covent Garden? I don't know Covent Garden.

We go to school eyery day. We don't go to school every day.

He takes his dog for a walk. He doesn't take his dog for a walk.

 


English Tenses exercises
Simple Present Tense
Simple Past Tense
Present Perfect
Past Perfect
Simple Future - Will Future
Going-to-Future
Continuous Tenses
Comparison of Tenses
Active and Passive Voice
If clauses - conditionals
Reported Speech

 

Simple Present - English grammar rules

 

Simple Present and the rules of sentence structure. English grammar: Simple Present. An introduction form of the Simple Present, exceptions in spelling, short forms of the Simple Present, use, signal words, summary and exercises. Matching exercises, quizzes and riddles for the Simple Present.

 
 
 
 
 
           
 

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