GRAMMAR REVIEW

Verbs are the most important part of a sentence because they establish when and how an action is carried out by the subject of the sentence, therefore, it is very important to use them accurately in order to develop language proficiency.

In English there are two present tenses (Present Simple and Present Continuous); six past tenses (past simple, past continuous, present perfect simple, present perfect continuous, past perfect simple and past perfect continuous); finally, there are four ways to express the future by using different types of tenses and then there are the future continuous, the future perfect and the future perfect continuous.

Below you shall find all of them neatly arranged in flas cards that you can either print singularly for quick reminders, or all together to keep at hand pasted, perhaps, in your notebook to help you review whenever you wish to.

VERB TENSES

PRESENT TENSES

PRESENT SIMPLE

PRESENT CONTINUOUS

PAST TENSES

PAST SIMPLE

Past Simple
Past Simple -https://lrcapuana.com/ita/eng-2/english-grammar-an-alternative-didactic-guide/

PAST CONTINUOUS

Past Continuous
Past Continuous -https://lrcapuana.com/ita/eng-2/english-grammar-an-alternative-didactic-guide/

PRESENT PERFECT TENSES

PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE

Present Perfect Simple
Part 1 -https://lrcapuana.com/ita/eng-2/english-grammar-an-alternative-didactic-guide/

PAST PERFECT

FUTURE TENSES

Future – Be going to

Future part 2 – Present Simple and Continuous

Future part 3 – Will

Future part 4 – Will

THE FUTURE PART 5

Simple Future, Future Continuous, Future Perfect and Future Perfect Continuous

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