Future Simple Tense (WILL and GOING TO)

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The future simple tense (also known as the simple future) is used to express future events. It can be used to describe spontaneous decisions, predictions, plans, or any other event taking place in the future.

This tense uses two basic auxiliary verbs to express the future – “will” and “going to”. Both of these verbs fall under the future simple tense and are used in its formation.

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Future Simple Tense Examples

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The future simple tense (also known as the simple future) is used to express future events. It can be used to describe spontaneous decisions, predictions, plans, or any other event taking place in the future. Here are some examples. Future Simple Tense Examples Examples of Affirmative sentences Construction of an affirmative sentence for the future… Continue reading Future Simple Tense Examples

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Present Tense

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The present tense is one of three verb tenses used to describe situations in the present. Sometimes we also use it to talk about future and past activities. Present tenses use auxiliary verbs, suffixes and special irregular forms of verbs. That’s the reason why we need to learn the present tenses, otherwise we would not… Continue reading Present Tense

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Present Perfect Continuous Tense Examples

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The present perfect continuous tense is a special tense which talks about events in the past that last into the present. Here are some examples. The present perfect continuous tense examples Examples of Affirmative sentences Construction of an affirmative sentence for the present perfect continuous tense: Subject + have/has + been + verb(-ing) + object.… Continue reading Present Perfect Continuous Tense Examples

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Present Perfect Continuous Tense

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The present perfect continuous tense (sometimes referred to as the present perfect progressive tense) is a special tense which talks about events in the past that last into the present. It usually emphasizes the duration or amount of time that the action has been taking place. The present perfect continuous uses two auxiliary verbs in combination with a main verb.

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Present Perfect Tense Examples

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The present perfect tense is a combination of the present tense and perfect aspect that expresses an event in the past with consequences in the present. Here are some examples. The present perfect tense examples Examples of Affirmative sentences Construction of an affirmative sentence for the present perfect tense: Subject + have/has + verb in… Continue reading Present Perfect Tense Examples

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