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Verb tenses & aspects

♣  English Tenses & Aspects . . .  →[Basic]← / →[Int.]← / →[Advanced]←eflnet

∴  englisch-hilfen special table with all English tenses⇐

∞  Tense consistency … ⇒[QUIZ]⇐

have

Many learners get mixed up between these two expressions. Listen to Liliane’s free tutorial at Beta College of English  ⇓

What’s important to remember: the forms ‘have/has got..’ are only used in the Present Simple tense. You will never hear such things as…

* ‘I need to have got a car of my own.’

* ‘I had got several pets as a child.’

They simply don’t make sense.

there

• Present Simple:  ⇒[01] [02]
♦  ‘What do you do every day?’  ↓

Φ  Present continuous or Progressive:   ⇒[01][02]⇐    _Use:
  1. Present actions
  2. Temporary actions
  3. Longer actions in progress
  4. Future (personal) arrangements and plans
  5. Tendencies and trends
  6. Irritation
⇓  Present continuous for temporary situations

∞  Present Simple vs Present Progressive ↓

 •→ QUIZZES … Present Simple: →[01] ⇔ [02]← // Present Continuous →[01] ⇔ [02]←

non-continuous
stative-verbs
 [01]  ⇔ [02] ⇐ Present Perfect …   ⇒[quiz 01][quiz 02]

“Have you ever_+ -ed . . .”    [vid 01] ⇔ [vid 02] ⇐

• Present_perfect_continuous ⇒[01][02][quiz]

∞ Present Perfect/Present Perfect Continuous…⇒[quiz 01] ⇔  [quiz 02]⇐
•→writingcenter.unc.edu/handouts/verb-tenses/⇐[3 verb tenses]

• Past Simple[01][02][03][04]

• Past Continuous [01][02][03][vid]⇐

∞  Past Simple or past_continuous⇐[quiz]

∞  Past Simple vs Present Perfect ↓  ⇒[quiz 01][quiz 02]

∞   Past Simple vs Past Perfect ⇔ [quiz]⇐
◊  Past Perfect:  ⇒[01][02] ⇔ [vid] ⇔  [quiz]
•  Past Perfect Continuous …  →[01] ⇔ [02]←
•→ Perfect forms – Simple or Progressive?  ⇐[Intermediate]
∇  All Tenses ↓ English Lesson

∴  Past Tense Review  …  →[01] ⇔ [02]←

•→Lexical Verbs vs. Auxiliary Verbs

¤  A graphical representation . . .  ⇒ Verb tenses in graphics ⇐

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