This is a list of verbs in their different aspects, which follow an ideal time line from the past to the future. The simple and continuous forms are opposite each other so that the difference between their uses is easier to understand. If you find this useful a hit on 'like' or a 'thank you' would be greatly appreciated.
What do Future Time Clauses, Hypothetical Subjunctives and Wish have in common? This ws. aims at explaining the concept behind the use of a verb tense anterior to the one students would normally expect to use.
This is a simple worksheet to practise the HAVE TO DO structure. It also contains vocabulary related to Chores. The pupils have to start with a pair-work and then when they have finished they have to write a few sentences so that your classroom slowly returns to silence and is ready for another activity. I usually ask them to report to the class what they have learnt about their friend. I hope it will be helpful.
A worksheet which focuses on verbs which are followed by the infinitive. Students compete the story with the verbs given and then invent their story using some of the verbs. Useful for Trinity GESE grade 8.