The Past Tenses - Past Simple - Structure

 

This video is part of our series on the past tenses in English. We start off the series with the past simple tense. This tense is used to express completed actions in the past. In this video, we focus on the structure of the past simple.


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This unit I have learnt how to differentiate between future tenses and how to apply it to students, there are quite a few similarities between the tense ie future simple, going to etc and quite easily confuse a student. A lot of study and demonstration I have learnt will be needed to be able to explain clearly the differences to the students.Unit eleven focuses on receptive skills - reading and listening. Undoubtedly, thise skills are an important component of successful learning foreign language. From this lesson I have learned how to help the students succeed in this area, how can I make then interested and motivate for further studing, and how to make a lesson more productive.