English Grammar Corner - English Tenses

Table of Contents

18 Dialogs to Practice the Past Simple
Past Simple Wh Questions Roll of the Dice
Picture Sentence Match Present Continuous
Present Simple vs. Present Continuous Game
Past Simple Irregular Board Game
Verb Tense Timeline
Past Perfect Tense (Structure & Examples)
Present Continuous Tense: Definition & Useful Examples in English
The Past Simple Tense
Future Tenses - Will vs. Going to

 



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Grammar corner Present Simple vs. Present Continuous Game

Present Simple vs. Present Continuous Game
This is a guided speaking activity where students talk about routines or things happening right now. The pictures and sentences help them to use the correct tense....

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Verb Tense Timeline
Here's a useful infographic showcasing the different verb tenses in the English language. ...

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Past Perfect Tense (Structure & Examples)
Past perfect tense indicates the finished or completed actions of the past. For example, I had taken eaten two pieces of cake before my friend finally showed up....

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Grammar corner The Past Simple Tense

The Past Simple Tense
The simple past tense is used to talk about a completed action in a time before now. It indicates an action which is completed at a definite time in the past....

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Future Tenses - Will vs. Going to
When to use "will" and when to use "going to" for expressing the future is a very confusing concept for some English learners. Both of these terms refer to the future but there is a slight difference between them. Let's take a look at the differences in the infographic below....

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