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In this lesson we will be looking at different sentences and running them through different tenses.

Past time

Remember to use the past participle when using the simple past.

Use the present perfect (have/has + past participle) to express a state, event, or action at an indefinite time in the past.


Present time

Remember that the simple present is used to show actions, events, or states that happen habitually or as a general rule.

The present progressive is used to show actions, events, or states that are in progress at the moment (not finished).

Use the present perfect (have/has + past participle) to express a state, event, or action at an indefinite time in the past.


Future time

Use Will to show a future state, action, or event decided on the moment of speaking. Will is used to describe an event in progress at a certain time in the future that is unplanned.

Use the future perfect to show a state, action, or event that will happen before a certain time in the future.


Exercise

Open the exercise to begin the activity. Follow the instructions in the document.

Exercise