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Present Simple infinitive without "to"( I go to school. He goes to school) Do (Do you speak English?); don't ( I don't understand you) Does ( Does he spek Chinese?) doesn't (He doesn't like milk)
Present Continuous BE* + --ING ( I am doing my homework. He is talking. They are doing their project) Be* +not + -ing ( I 'm not sleeping. He isn't listening to music. They aren't playing. Are you listening? What are you doing?
Present Perfect HAVE/ has + 3rd form / -ed (I have travelled to Europe twice. I haven't written any poems. He has met a lot of new people today. He hasn't done any projects himself. Have you ever been to London?
Simple Past --ED (watched, travelled)
Simple Past 2nd form (irregular) wrote, got, learnt
Simple Past DID, didn't ( He didn't come on time yesterday. Didyou eat breakfast today?)
Past Perfect HAD + 3rd form/ -ed ( ... had seen, had written)
Past Perfect HADN'T + 3rd form/ -ed ( ... hadn't seen, hadn"t written)
Future Simple will+ verb ( I will come, He'll call you) won't +verb ( I won't lose it)
Modals: CAN I can't come tomorrow We can choose
Created by: letsdiscuss