Past Perfect and Past Perfect Continuous: Useful Differences

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Past Perfect vs Past Perfect Continuous! What is the difference between Past Perfect and Past Perfect Continuous Tense? Learn the differences with useful rules and examples. Past Perfect vs Past Perfect Continuous Past Perfect and Past Perfect Continuous Differences in Form Past Perfect Tense: We form the Past Perfect with had and the past participle: Had + Past … Read more

Present Perfect and Present Perfect Continuous

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Present Perfect vs Present Perfect Continuous! Learn the difference between the Present Perfect and Present Perfect Continuous Tense in English with examples and useful grammar rules. Present Perfect vs Present Perfect Continuous Present Perfect and Present Perfect Continuous Differences in Form Present Perfect Simple Tense: Formed by adding “have/has” to the past participle S + have/has … Read more

Present Simple and Present Continuous: Important Differences

Present Simple and Present Continuous: Important Differences 4

Present Simple vs Present Continuous! Learn the difference between Present Simple and Present Continuous tense with example sentences and useful grammar rules. Present Simple and Present Continuous Present Simple vs Present Continuous Differences in Usage The present simple tense is used to express general truths, while the present continuous tense describes actions happening now. Examples: … Read more

During vs. While | Is During a Preposition?

During vs. While

During vs. while! During and while are similar in meaning (function), but they are used different grammatically. During vs. While Is During a Preposition? During is a preposition which is used before an activity to indicate that a parallel action is happening at the same time as that activity. Example: What did you discuss during … Read more

Reported Commands and Requests in English

Reported Commands and Requests in English 5

Reported Commands and Requests! Learn how to use Reported Commands and Requests in English with examples. Reported Commands and Requests Reported Orders, Commands and Requests are formed using the to-infinitive and not to-infinitive. The reporting verbs for the orders/ commands/ requests are: order, shout, demand, warn, beg, command, tell, insist, beseech, threaten, implore, ask, propose, forbid… When we change … Read more

Time Adverbs Used with the Present Perfect Tense

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Adverbs of Time! Learn commonly used Time Adverbs Used with the Present Perfect Tense in English with examples. The present perfect tense is commonly used with the indefinite time adverbs (time expressions) just, never, ever, never, since, for, before, yet, already. Adverbs of Time Used with the Present Perfect Tense Just Refer to events that recently occurred … Read more

Pronunciation of ED: Past Tense Pronunciation for Regular Verbs

Pronunciation of ED: Past Tense Pronunciation for Regular Verbs 7

ED Pronunciation! Learn useful rules for Pronunciation of ED ending (Past Tense Pronunciation for Regular Verbs) in English with list of common regular verbs, video and ESL printable worksheets. Regular Verbs The regular verb is one which conforms to the normal grammar rules surrounding the use of verbs. In English, there are a huge amount … Read more

Modals for Asking Permissions | Modal Verbs

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Modals for Asking Permissions! Learn useful Modals for Asking Permissions in English with grammar rules and example sentences. Modals for Asking Permissions Can and May We use CAN to ask for permission from someone we know well. Examples: Can I speak to John Wilson, please? Can I borrow your pen for a minute? We use May as a slightly more … Read more