Use 1.To express an action that happens again and again, that is a habit. I usually get up at 7 o_clock. Nick always helps his friends. 2.To express a fact which is always true. Rockets fly faster than airplanes. Expressions: always every day usually sometimes never
Use: 1.to express an activity that is happening at the moment of speaking What are you doing now? 2.to express an activity or situation that is true now but it is not necessarity happening att the moment of speaking. Don_t take the book I am reading it. 3. to express a temporary activity I_am living with my friends until I find a place to live 4. to express a planned future arangement I am having a meeting with my classmates tomorrow We don_t use Present Continuous with words: like believe know think want remember hope neeed remember
Use 1. to express a finished action in the past I bought this book in Vilnius. 2. to express actions which foollow each other in the story Shakespeare was born in England. He wrote hamlet in 1599. He died in1637. 3. to express a past situation or habit Jack played chess very well when he was a small boy.
Past Simple time expressions
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Use 1. to express an activity in progress in the past. When I woke up it was snowing 2.to describe a situation or activity during the period in the past Jan looked lovely. She waswearing green dress. 3. to express an interrupted past activity I was sweeping the dust when the vaz broke. 4. to express an ninconplete activity in the past in order to contrast with the past simple which expresses a conpleted activity. I was reading a book during the flight 5. the past simle is usually used to express a repeated past habit or situation. I went out with Jack But past continuous can used if a reapeated past haabit becomes a longer _setting_ for something I was going out with Jack when I first met Harry
Use 1.It express an action that began in past and still continues. How long have you known each other? I have lived in kaunas for ten years 2.It expresses experience that happend at some time in one_s life. Have you ever been to Moscow? I_ve never heard of Mr. Johnson. 3.It expresses a past action that has a present result. I_ve lost my
Past Perfect The Past Perfect is used to make clear that one action in the past happened before another action in the past. He thanked me for what I had done for him. When he came back his parents had been sleeping
The Present Perfect Passive The uses of the Present Perfect are the same in the passive Two millions cars have been produced so far this year. Have you ever been made redundant?