Present simple Past simple Future simple Present continuous Past continuous Future continuous Present perfect Past perfect Future perfect Present perfect.

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<p>Diapositiva 1</p> <p>Present simple</p> <p>Past simpleFuture simplePresent continuousPast continuousFuture continuousPresent perfectPast perfectFuture perfectPresent perfect continuousPast perfect continuousFuture perfect continuousSIMPLECONTINUOUS SIMPLE FORMSVERB TO BE + - INGPERFECT VERB TO HAVE + PAST PARTICIPLEPERFECT CONTINUOUSVERB TO HAVE + BEEN + PAST PARTICIPLEIDIOMATIC FUTURE GOING TO VERB TO BE + GOING TO + BASE FORM</p> <p>TENSEPOSITIVENEGATIVEQUESTIONUSESimple Present I play tennis on MondaysThey don't work in New York. Does she know him? Habitual activities - States</p> <p>Simple Past She went to Paris last week. They didn't drive to work. Where did she get that hat? Actions that are finished.TENSEPOSITIVENEGATIVEQUESTIONUSE</p> <p>TENSEPOSITIVENEGATIVEQUESTIONUSEPresent Continuous He's (is) working at the moment.They aren't coming this evening. What are you doing? Actions happening at the present moment. Near future intention and scheduling</p> <p>TENSEPOSITIVENEGATIVEQUESTIONUSEPast Continuous I was kissing my boyfriend when my father arrivedHe wasn't working when she arrived. What were you doing when I called? Interrupted past action, action happening at a specific moment in time in the past</p> <p>TENSEPOSITIVENEGATIVEQUESTIONUSEPresent Perfect I've seen Mick three times this week. She hasn't been to New York. How long have you worked at Smith's? 1)To express an action that started in the past and continues into the present. 2) To express an action that happened in the Unspecified past. 3) To express a recent action that has a present effect.</p> <p>TENSEPOSITIVENEGATIVEQUESTIONUSEPast Perfect I'd (had) already eaten before they came. She hadn't (had not) been to Rome before that trip. Had you ever seen such a crazy lady before that? To express an action that happens before another action in the past.</p>

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