English verbs can be difficult. Don’t worry! Verb tenses aren’t as tricky as the characters are making it seem in the video, but they take some practice.
Do you have trouble understanding the differences between the sentences below?
I see a dog. (present simple)
I am seeing a dog. (present continuous)
I saw a dog. (past simple)
I was seeing a dog. (past continuous)
I have seen a dog. (present perfect)
I have been seeing a dog. (present perfect continuous)
I had seen a dog. (past perfect)
I had been seeing a dog. (past perfect continuous)
I will see a dog. (future simple)
I am going to see a dog. (future simple)
I will be seeing a dog. (future continuous)
I will have seen a dog (future perfect)
I will have been seeing a dog. (future perfect continuous)
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