Tenses are used to express when verbs took place in relation to other verbs or time periods.
With this series, we not only explore the individual tenses, but the patterns among their aspects.
Students should already be familiar with:
helping verbs // past verbs // past participles // positive, negative, and question forms
Check out our video guide for tips.
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Continuous & Progressive
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The standard list for irregular verbs (which you'll find in the back of any course book) is great for looking things up. But if you want a list to help with memorization, than grouping the verbs by the way they change would be better than ordering them alphabetically.
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Related Teacher Tip
Define Your Own Terms: When communication is key, it might be helpful to replace difficult terms with ones easier to remember. We use 'V3' for 'past participle', and we use 'super past' for 'past perfect'.