English Grammar - Present

Simple present tense

Simple Present Simple present, third person singular Note: he, she, it: in the third person singular the verb always ends in -s: he wants, she...

Present continuous or present progressive tense

Present Continuous or Present Progressive Present Continuous or Present Progressive Verb Form 1. Present continuous, form The present conti...

Present perfect tense

Present Perfect Verb Tense PRESENT PERFECT 1. Present Perfect - Form The present perfect of any verb is composed of two elements : the appr...

Present perfect tense with EVER, NEVER, ALREADY, & YET

Present perfect + ever,never,already,yet PRESENT PERFECT + ever, never, already, yet The adverbs ever and never express the idea of an unidentif...

Present perfect or simple past tense

Present Perfect or Simple Past? How to choose between the Present Perfect and Simple Past Tenses Always use the Present Perfect when the...

Present perfect tense with FOR and SINCE

Present Perfect + for and since PRESENT PERFECT + for, since Using the present perfect, we can define a period of time before now by considering...

Present perfect continuous tense

Present Perfect Continuous PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS Present Perfect Continuous, Form The present perfect continuous is made up of two ele...

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