Presentation Summary : Title: Future Continuous Tense Author: mbriggs Last modified by: mbriggs Created Date: 10/2/2008 11:01:58 PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show
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Presentation Summary : Simple Future Tense There are two forms to express future tense Will + simple form of the verb Ex. I will see her at five. Be + going to + simple form of the verb
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Presentation Summary : perfect verb continuous1. present perfect continuous 2. past perfect continuous 3. future perfect continuous. simple verb continuous
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Presentation Summary : The train leaves in two hours. The Future Continuous Tense We use the future continuous tense to talk about things that have been planned or likely to happen.
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Presentation Summary : The Present Continuous Tense Show present time-now- with all verbs except these stative verbs: ... “until”, the future tense is not used in that clause: 30.
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Presentation Summary : Title: The Future Continuous Tense Author: Mr.Viroon Thongpila Last modified by: Inayah Created Date: 11/30/2008 10:22:04 PM Document presentation format
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Presentation Summary : Future perfect continuous tense By the end of this year she will have been working here for two years. Will she have been driving for five hours.
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Presentation Summary : Simple Present Vs. Present Continuous What’s the difference? Simple Present Used to show that an action is repeated past present future Ex.
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Presentation Summary : THE PRESENT CONTINUOUS TENSE TIME EXPRESSIONS: Now, at the moment, today, nowdays, ... The Present Continuous Tense is used for FUTURE ARRANGEMENTS (4) ...
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Presentation Summary : The Present Continuous Tense I am giving classes right now My mother is working now. ... FUTURE ARRANGEMENTS (4) They are celebrating a party next weekend.
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Presentation Summary : THE PRESENT CONTINUOUS TENSE: VERB “sleep” Bobby Bobby is sleeping! What is Bobby doing? Present continuous tense The Present Continuos Spelling rules for the ...
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Presentation Summary : Prepared by L.Baranova, teacher of English Present Perfect Continuous Tense Past Perfect Continuous Tense Future Perfect Continuous Tense Exercises Literature ...
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Presentation Summary : We can also use a future perfect continuous tense, where the action is likely to continue into the future. Example: We have been working since 3 o’clock.
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Presentation Summary : Tense A tense shows the time of an action and also the degree of completing that action. Tenses are of three types Present tense Past tense Future tense
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Presentation Summary : VARIATION IN THE VERB PHRASE: TENSE, ASPECT, VOICE AND MODAL USE Longman Student Grammar of Spoken and Written English Biber; Conrad; Leech (2009, p.148-185)
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Presentation Summary : future We use tenses of verbs to refer to actions or situations in the present, in the past and in the future present past future simple future continuous future ...
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