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I eat breakfast every morning. PRESENT SIMPLE The plane leaves at 8.05am.
used to show habit/routine
used to show something fixed by timetable We are studying hard. used to show something happening just, now, right now, at the moment, now or around now Look! Listen! PRESENT CONTINUOUS He is flying to China next used to shw something arranged next Monday, the following week Monday. (definite time or date) I have been to India. used to show experience (happened in up to now, once in my life, up to the the past, don't say when) present, so far, never, ever, lately, recently PRSENT PERFECT We have lived here for 5 years. used to show unfinished past for, since I have finished my homework. PAST SIMPLE Sally went home early. The sun was shining and the birds were singing. The doorbell rang while I was having a bath. You had already gone when I arrived. I think you will marry a rich man and have 6 children. I will answer the phone! used to show recently completed actions used to show completed action in the past used to show background situation in the story used to show an action/situation that was interrupted by another. used to show that one action happened before another in past used to show predictions for the future just, already, not..yet yesterday, ...ago, in 1999, the other day, before, last
always, never, sometimes, usually, every, occasionally at 8.05am
while, when, as for, since, already, just, not...yet I thiink, I belive, I expect, you will probably...., I hope I promise, next Monday, in 6 days, in 2050, in two weeks, tomorrow next year, in summer, tomorrow, soon
FUTURE GOING TO
used to show spontaneous decisions (also promises and offers) I'm going to travel around New used to show general plans for the Zealand. future She is going to have a baby. used to show predictions for the future based on evidence (Beleg)