Grammatical Tense-diego andrés corredor

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Grammatical Tense-diego andrés corredor
    1. The simple present tense in Englih is used to describe an action that is regular, true o normal
      1. SIMPLE PRESENT STRUCTURE Subject+Base Verb+ Object
        1. example: I like pizza ,she lives in toronto,We have a dog,


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          1. Negatives in simple present use do not or does not. They also use be + not.
            1. With the present simple, we often use adverbs of frequency to say 'how often' we do something. Here's a list of common adverbs:
              1. always frequently generally hardly ever infrequently never normally occasionally often rarely regularly seldom sometimes usually
              2. HE/SHE/ IT DOES
                1. I/THEY/WE DO
            2. SIMPLE PAST
              1. It is used to talk about activities in the past.
                1. SIMPLE PAST STRCTURE Subject + Verb + ED
                  1. Verb to be in the simple past
                    1. I/HE/IT/SHE WAS
                      1. YOU/THEY/WE WERE
                      2. example: I ate dinner at 5:00 pm yesterday./I finished my homework before dinner /I was a teacher 5 years ago.
                        1. NegativeSubject + Did + Not + Base Verb
                          1. I did not eat yesterday./They didn't (did not) go to class last week.
                          2. Yesterday, last year, ten-years back, few days ago, a week ago etc… are adverbs or adverb phrases of past time
                      3. FUTURE SIMPLE
                        1. will/ going to
                          1. Examples: I will go to the park. She will play soccer later. They will work tomorrow.
                            1. Examples: I am going to cook dinner tonight. She is going to study at 7 pm. They are going to play a game.
                              1. Subject + Will + Base Verb
                                1. Subject + BE + Going to + Base Verb
                                  1. The simple future tense is used to make simple predictions about the future. It is commonly used with the following time adverbs: tomorrow, next week, next day, at 3 pm,
                                2. Present Progressive
                                  1. to be (am, are, is) + infinitive + -ing
                                    1. example:I am not playing football./I am playing football.
                                      1. At the moment: ‘I’m watching TV, at the moment.’ These days: ‘Paul’s living in Cardiff, these days.’ Now: ‘What are you doing, now?’ Nowadays: ‘I think you are smoking too much, nowadays.’
                                    2. actions happening at the moment of speaking or around the moment of speaking
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