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Examples of simple past .simple present. simple futur ...

 

Simple Present 

Simple Past 

Simple Future 

I study English every day.

Two years ago, I studied English in England.

If you are having problems, I will help you study English.

I am going to study English next year.

Present Continuous 

Past Continuous 

Future Continuous

I am studying English now.

I was studying English when you called yesterday.

I will be studying English when you arrive tonight.

I am going to be studying English when you arrive tonight.

Present Perfect

Past Perfect

Future Perfect

I have studied English in several different countries.

I had studied a little English before I moved to the U.S.

I will have studied every tense by the time I finish this course.

I am going to have studied every tense by the time I finish this course.

Present Perfect Continuous

Past Perfect Continuous

Future Perfect Continuous

I have been studying English for five years.

I had been studying English for five years before I moved to the U.S.

I will have been studying English for over two hours by the time you arrive.

I am going to have been studying English for over two hours by the time you arrive.


Verb tenses are tools that English speakers use to express time in their language. You may find that many English tenses do not have direct translations in your language. That is not a problem. By studying this verb tense tutorial, you will learn to think like a native English speaker. If you prefer to use the verb tense pages as a reference only and do not want to complete the tutorial .

USE 1: Facts and Generalizations


The first and most important use of the Present Simple is to talk about things we believe are (or are not) true. It's also used to generalize about somebody or something.
Examples

  • The Elephant doesn't fly.
  • Dogs don't smoke cigarettes.
  • A dog is not large than an elephant
  • London is the capital city of France. (Remember: the sentence doesn't have to be true)  
  • It is a big house.
  • He talks a lot.
  • Berlin is the capital city of Germany
  • Use hte present simple
  • Habits and routine
  • Fixed / official arrangement that we can't change
  • Narrations (e.g. telling a story or a joke)

Permanent situations

http://www.9rayti.com/cours/1-1-3-19/langue-anglaise.bac

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