Overview of All English Tenses - Present Tenses - Present Simple Conjugation


First and most common we added simply an '-s' for verbs like 'work', 'play'. This is what we typically see within our language. However, when we have verbs with spelling patterns such as ending in '-ch', '-sh', '-z', '-s' and our shorter verbs 'do' and 'go', we have to add our '-es'. Then for verbs the end in a consonant and 'y' we drop our 'y' and add our '-ies'. Finally, we have our irregular verbs 'be' and 'have'. For subject 'I', we use 'am', for the subject 'he', 'she' and 'it', we use 'is', whereas with 'you', 'we', 'they', we use 'are'. Finally, we have 'have', which stays as 'have' for these subjects: 'I', 'you', 'we', 'they' but for 'he', 'she' and 'it', we change 'have' to 'has'.

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During this lesson I learned various equipment used for teaching in the class. The most common equipment are projectors , IWBs , whiteboard , dvd , cds, video camera, and tape recorder. Most of these equipment have a role in helping the students to learn English. It depends up on the institutional or a language school regarding the use of them.This unit 8 future tenses is presented in detailed manner with lot of examples.I find the Be going + infinite explanation very clear in particular. The way application of affirmative , questions and negatives is given separately. Helps prepare a teacher to deliver it to the students in a more effective manner. A very helpful and elaborate unit.