English Tenses Easy!
If you are looking for simple and quick way to learn English tenses, take a look at our list here:
Something that is unchanging, general, scheduled or happening at certain intervals.
Add verb S: “verb-s.”
Something that is happening now or sooner rather than later.
Add ‘IS‘ before verb and ING: “Is + verb-ing.”
Something that occurred before now.
Add verb ED: “Verb-ed.”
Something that got interrupted by an occasion or a time.
Add ‘WAS‘ before verb and ING: “Was + verb-ing.”
example: was talking
Something that will happen later than now.
Add “Will + verb,”, “Is going to + verb.”
example: “will talk”, “is going to talk”
Something that will be interrupted by an event or a time.
Add “Will be + verb-ing ,” “Is going to be + verb-ing.”
example: “will be talking”, “is going to be talking”
Relax now. You learned many things in a few seconds ago!
You may even see now that the last two sentences used simple tenses.
To learn English tenses, you need to follow 3 rules:
-pay attention to verbs
-learn the rules of English tenses
-and don’t be shy to practice
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