The Past Tenses - Overview - Past Simple and Past Continuous
In this video, we provide you with a useful overview of the various past tenses. We focus here especially on the differences between the past simple and past continuous.
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As a teacher myself, I never paid attention myself so much on how many Future Tenses are there. Number 6 and 7 are definitely eye opening but at the same time logical and make sense tenses. Just adding to the present Simple and Present Continues the time in the future or the day when something is going to happen opens up the whole new window.In this unit, I studied the different areas of speech and how to modify both parts of speech and entire clauses. I learned things I hadn't heard of in my own education, and also had a good review of things I haven't studied in years. I have expanded my knowledge of how sentences are constructed and how to efficiently teach it to other people.