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.
Once again a vocabulary list but this time for the business letter/ email. I find it to be quite useful so as not repeat myself all the time to my students. and i'm always adding to it. It can be used as a warm up (although a bit long) or a reminder to keep close.
Hope it helps!
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This ws. is a review of all verb types used in the present time. Present Continuous - modal/semi-modals - to be - to be + past participle (passive voice) - have got - regular simple present construction - imperative. the construction of the verbs - adverbs associated with certain verbs and a lot of examples are given.