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“Every day, I’m drinking lots of coffee” should be in which tense?
“I have been working on this assignment all day long” is an example of which tense?
“He doesn’t works” is an example of breaking which rule?
Good practice for the…tense is an interview, in which the interviewer asks the interviewee about past experiences.
The most frequently used verbs in English use the -ed endings for the past simple/past participle.
The present simple is used for habitual actions.
In general, ‘action’ verbs do not take the present progressive.
When teaching verb tenses, it’s usually a good idea to contrast tenses with each other.
When we talk about an action without regard to when it occurred, we usually use the:
When practicing verb tenses, it is better to use an extended text, such as a short conversation or story, rather than isolated sentences.