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Knowing which verb tense to use can mean the difference between communication and confusion, reward or regret,

(1) An Introduction to the study of verb tenses

  • Promo Video
  • General introduction and a summary of the courseCourse
  • Learning English: Some Suggestions
  • Using the Internet and Textbooks
  • Parts of Speech Part 1: Nouns and Pronouns
  • Parts of Speech, Part 3: Verbs
  • Parts of Speech, Part 2: Adjectives and Adverbs
  • Parts of Speech Part 4: Prepositions
  • Parts of Speech Part 5: Conjunctions and Interjections
  • Parts of Speech: Summary
  • What is a verb?
  • Infinitives, Regular, and Irregular Verbs
  • Conjugating verbs: person and number
  • Formation of verbs: affirmative, negative, interrogative, negative-interrogative
  • The Present Simple Tense
  • The past simple tense
  • The future simple tense
  • The present progressive tense
  • The past progressive tense
  • The future progressive tense
  • Review: Simple or Progressive: Which one?
  • The Perfect Tenses Introduced and Compared to the Progressive Tenses
  • The present perfect tense
  • The past perfect tense
  • The future perfect tense
  • The present perfect vs. the simple past: Which one?
  • The Present perfect-progressive tense
  • The past perfect-progressive tense
  • The future perfect-progressive tense
  • Future Perfect vs. Future Perfect-Progressive: Which one?
  • Summary and Conclusion

(2) The simple tenses

  • Promo Video
  • General introduction and a summary of the courseCourse
  • Learning English: Some Suggestions
  • Using the Internet and Textbooks
  • Parts of Speech Part 1: Nouns and Pronouns
  • Parts of Speech, Part 3: Verbs
  • Parts of Speech, Part 2: Adjectives and Adverbs
  • Parts of Speech Part 4: Prepositions
  • Parts of Speech Part 5: Conjunctions and Interjections
  • Parts of Speech: Summary
  • What is a verb?
  • Infinitives, Regular, and Irregular Verbs
  • Conjugating verbs: person and number
  • Formation of verbs: affirmative, negative, interrogative, negative-interrogative
  • The Present Simple Tense
  • The past simple tense
  • The future simple tense
  • The present progressive tense
  • The past progressive tense
  • The future progressive tense
  • Review: Simple or Progressive: Which one?
  • The Perfect Tenses Introduced and Compared to the Progressive Tenses
  • The present perfect tense
  • The past perfect tense
  • The future perfect tense
  • The present perfect vs. the simple past: Which one?
  • The Present perfect-progressive tense
  • The past perfect-progressive tense
  • The future perfect-progressive tense
  • Future Perfect vs. Future Perfect-Progressive: Which one?
  • Summary and Conclusion

(3) The progressive tenses

  • Promo Video
  • General introduction and a summary of the courseCourse
  • Learning English: Some Suggestions
  • Using the Internet and Textbooks
  • Parts of Speech Part 1: Nouns and Pronouns
  • Parts of Speech, Part 3: Verbs
  • Parts of Speech, Part 2: Adjectives and Adverbs
  • Parts of Speech Part 4: Prepositions
  • Parts of Speech Part 5: Conjunctions and Interjections
  • Parts of Speech: Summary
  • What is a verb?
  • Infinitives, Regular, and Irregular Verbs
  • Conjugating verbs: person and number
  • Formation of verbs: affirmative, negative, interrogative, negative-interrogative
  • The Present Simple Tense
  • The past simple tense
  • The future simple tense
  • The present progressive tense
  • The past progressive tense
  • The future progressive tense
  • Review: Simple or Progressive: Which one?
  • The Perfect Tenses Introduced and Compared to the Progressive Tenses
  • The present perfect tense
  • The past perfect tense
  • The future perfect tense
  • The present perfect vs. the simple past: Which one?
  • The Present perfect-progressive tense
  • The past perfect-progressive tense
  • The future perfect-progressive tense
  • Future Perfect vs. Future Perfect-Progressive: Which one?
  • Summary and Conclusion

(4) The perfect tenses

  • Promo Video
  • General introduction and a summary of the courseCourse
  • Learning English: Some Suggestions
  • Using the Internet and Textbooks
  • Parts of Speech Part 1: Nouns and Pronouns
  • Parts of Speech, Part 3: Verbs
  • Parts of Speech, Part 2: Adjectives and Adverbs
  • Parts of Speech Part 4: Prepositions
  • Parts of Speech Part 5: Conjunctions and Interjections
  • Parts of Speech: Summary
  • What is a verb?
  • Infinitives, Regular, and Irregular Verbs
  • Conjugating verbs: person and number
  • Formation of verbs: affirmative, negative, interrogative, negative-interrogative
  • The Present Simple Tense
  • The past simple tense
  • The future simple tense
  • The present progressive tense
  • The past progressive tense
  • The future progressive tense
  • Review: Simple or Progressive: Which one?
  • The Perfect Tenses Introduced and Compared to the Progressive Tenses
  • The present perfect tense
  • The past perfect tense
  • The future perfect tense
  • The present perfect vs. the simple past: Which one?
  • The Present perfect-progressive tense
  • The past perfect-progressive tense
  • The future perfect-progressive tense
  • Future Perfect vs. Future Perfect-Progressive: Which one?
  • Summary and Conclusion

(5) The perfect-progressive tenses

  • Promo Video
  • General introduction and a summary of the courseCourse
  • Learning English: Some Suggestions
  • Using the Internet and Textbooks
  • Parts of Speech Part 1: Nouns and Pronouns
  • Parts of Speech, Part 3: Verbs
  • Parts of Speech, Part 2: Adjectives and Adverbs
  • Parts of Speech Part 4: Prepositions
  • Parts of Speech Part 5: Conjunctions and Interjections
  • Parts of Speech: Summary
  • What is a verb?
  • Infinitives, Regular, and Irregular Verbs
  • Conjugating verbs: person and number
  • Formation of verbs: affirmative, negative, interrogative, negative-interrogative
  • The Present Simple Tense
  • The past simple tense
  • The future simple tense
  • The present progressive tense
  • The past progressive tense
  • The future progressive tense
  • Review: Simple or Progressive: Which one?
  • The Perfect Tenses Introduced and Compared to the Progressive Tenses
  • The present perfect tense
  • The past perfect tense
  • The future perfect tense
  • The present perfect vs. the simple past: Which one?
  • The Present perfect-progressive tense
  • The past perfect-progressive tense
  • The future perfect-progressive tense
  • Future Perfect vs. Future Perfect-Progressive: Which one?
  • Summary and Conclusion

(6) Summary and Conclusion

  • Promo Video
  • General introduction and a summary of the courseCourse
  • Learning English: Some Suggestions
  • Using the Internet and Textbooks
  • Parts of Speech Part 1: Nouns and Pronouns
  • Parts of Speech, Part 3: Verbs
  • Parts of Speech, Part 2: Adjectives and Adverbs
  • Parts of Speech Part 4: Prepositions
  • Parts of Speech Part 5: Conjunctions and Interjections
  • Parts of Speech: Summary
  • What is a verb?
  • Infinitives, Regular, and Irregular Verbs
  • Conjugating verbs: person and number
  • Formation of verbs: affirmative, negative, interrogative, negative-interrogative
  • The Present Simple Tense
  • The past simple tense
  • The future simple tense
  • The present progressive tense
  • The past progressive tense
  • The future progressive tense
  • Review: Simple or Progressive: Which one?
  • The Perfect Tenses Introduced and Compared to the Progressive Tenses
  • The present perfect tense
  • The past perfect tense
  • The future perfect tense
  • The present perfect vs. the simple past: Which one?
  • The Present perfect-progressive tense
  • The past perfect-progressive tense
  • The future perfect-progressive tense
  • Future Perfect vs. Future Perfect-Progressive: Which one?
  • Summary and Conclusion

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