Present Perfect Continuous Tense Examples 5/5 (1)

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 5/5 (1)

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Speak vs Talk 5/5 (1)

‘Speak’ and ‘talk’ both mean ‚to communicate something’. However ‘speak’ is more formal, we use ‘speak’ in more serious situations. ‘Talk’ is the usual word we use in informal communication. Are they completely interchangeable then? Let’s see. SPEAK We usually use the verb ‘speak’ to express our feelings; therefore the focus is mainly on the… Continue reading Speak vs Talk 5/5 (1)

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TOP 50 Regular verbs 5/5 (1)

Here is the list of Top 50 Regular verbs. Each row contains infinitive first, followed by the simple past (V2) form and the past participle (V3) form. For more detail just click on the verb in the infinite form. Regular verbs have the same simple past (V2) and past participle (V3) form, unlike irregular verbs. We… Continue reading TOP 50 Regular verbs 5/5 (1)

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List of irregular verbs in English 5/5 (1)

You can download this irregular verb list in PDF for free! This list contains all the irregular verbs in the English language. There are over 600 irregular verbs in English. Some of them are related, e.g. GET and FORGET. Each row contains infinitive first, followed by the simple past (V2) form and the past participle (V3)… Continue reading List of irregular verbs in English 5/5 (1)