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Used to say that an action happened at an unspecified time before now, an experience or an uncompleted action you're expecting
Present Continuous
Actions that are taking place at the moment or for future actions
Simple Past
Used to express actions that already happened
Simple Present
(To Be)
Simple Present
Express the idea that an action is repeated or usual
Affirmative
Subject + verb to be + complement
For example:
Negative
I am cold
You are sad
She is a teacher
Subject + verb to be +
not
+ complement
For example:
I am not cold
You are not sad
You aren't sad
She is not a teacher
She isn't a teacher
I'm cold
I'm not cold
You're sad
She's a teacher
Question
Yes/No
Verb to be + subject + complement
For example:
Are you a teacher?
Is she happy?
Question
Complete Answer
QW+ Verb to be + subject + complement
For example:
Where are you?
Why is she happy?
Affirmative
Negative
Subject + verb + complement
Subject + do not + verb + complement
I go to school by car
She eats hamburgers
I don't go to school by car
does not
She doesn't eat hamburgers
When we use "he, she or it" we add
-s
or
-es
at the end of the verb
For example:
For example:
Question
Yes/No
Do + subject + verb + complement
does
Do you go to school by car?
Does she eat hamburgers?
For example:
Question
Complete Answer
QW + do + subject + verb + complement
does
How do you go to school?
What does she eat?
For example:
Subject + verb + complement
Negative
Subject + did not + verb + complement
didn't
I do not go to school by car
She does not eat hamburgers
I ate pizza yesterday
She worked with you the last night
I didn't eat pizza yesterday
Question
Question
Yes/No
Complete Answer
Did + Subject + verb + complement
base form
base form
past form
Did they eat here yesterday?
Did he call me the last night?
QW + did + Subject + verb + complement
base form
Where did you go this morning?
When did she go to the doctor?
Affirmative
Affirmative
Negative
Subject + to be + verb + complement
Subject + to be + not + verb + complement
-ing
-ing
I am listening music
She is traveling next summer
I'm listening music
She's traveling next summer
I'm not taking a shower
I am not taking a shower
She isn't traveling next summer
She's not traveling next summer
Question
Question
Yes/No
Complete Answer
To be + Subject + verb + complement
am/are/is
am/are/is
am/are/is
am/are/is
am/are/is
Are you enjoying the party?
-ing
-ing
QW + to be + Subject + verb + complement
Is she traveling next summer?
What are you eating?
Where is she traveling tomorrow?
Affirmative
Negative
Subject + have + verb + complement
has
past participle
Subject + have + not + verb + complement
has
past participle
We have seen this movie many times
We've seen this movie many times
He has traveled to USA four times
We haven't seen this movie
We have not seen this movie
He hasn't traveled to USA
He has not traveled to USA
She didn't work with you the last night
Present Perfect
Thanks for your attention
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Simple Present
Simple Past
Present Continuous
Present Perfect

(to be)
We use it when we want to express facts
English Grammar
Question
Question
Yes/No
Complete Answer
Have +Subject + verb + complement?
QW + Have +Subject + verb + complement?
has
has
past participle
past participle
Have you eaten this before?
Has he finished his homework?
We CAN use the Present Perfect with unspecific expressions such as:
ever, never, once, many times, several times, before, so far, already, yet, etc.
I have never sent a letter.
Have you ever traveled to Mexico?
James hasn't finished his homework yet.
How many books have you read this year?
Why have you gone to the hospital this week?
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