Tenses simplified: Master Them in One Go – (Free Course)

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What you’ll learn

  1. What is the meaning of tenses?
  2. What are the three types of tenses?
  3. Present Tense and its various types
  4. Past Tense and its four types
  5. Future tense and its types

This course includes:

  • 5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of completion

Description

What is meant by tenses?

What are the various tenses?

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What is the present tense and its types, namely Present Simple, Present Continuous, Present Perfect and Present Perfect Continuous. When to use the present tense. How to form positive, negative and interrogative sentences in the present tense.

What are the most common mistakes people make when using the present tense?

Describe the past tense and its various types in detail?

Future and types

-What is the past tense?

-What are the different types of past tense?

  • When should I use it?

-How do we form it from a regular verb?

-What is an irregular verb?

-How do you form positive, negative and interrogative sentences with the past tense?

  • What are the most common mistakes people make when using this tense? etc.

We’ll cover the four different types of futures in detail:

i) Simple future tense

ii) Future continuous tense

iii) The perfect future

iv) Future perfect continuous tense

What are the two types of verbs (i.e. discussion action verbs/dynamic verbs and state verbs)

Can the verb country be used in the continuous form?

What changes are made to the verb when it is used in the continuous form?

Common mistakes when using future.

Difference between Present Continuous and Present Perfect.

How to Get this course FREE?

Note: The udemy Courses Will be free for a Maximum of 1000 Learners can use the promo code AND Get this course 100% Free. After that, you will get this course at a discounted price. (Still, It’s a good deal for you to get this course at a discounted price).

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