English Grammar - Past Perfect -- Structure - Teaching English Online In this video we look at the structure of the past perfect tense. This tense is formed in the following way: Positive: Subject + had + past participle. I had Negative: Subject + had + not + past participle. Question: Had + subject + past participle? You can earn your certificate in Teaching English Online from ITTT. We have many different courses available suited to your needs. Whether you are starting out as an English teacher or if you are looking to expand your skills with a specialised course in teaching young learners or business English and if you are looking for something more advanced, there is the TESOL Diploma course. To start the process of getting your certificate in Teaching English Online, visit us at the link above. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Are you ready to Teach English Abroad? -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-

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This Unit was very interesting and fun to go. I have the basics down now, and am having a better understanding of the differences between basic TEFL teaching and Business English teaching. The methodologies are a bit different because the audience (class) are not young learners. They are adults who are learning English for the purpose of the working environment.Conditions are if statements which refer to the past and future possibilities. There conditionals are zero conditional, first conditional, second conditional, third conditional, and mixed conditional. Also, when we report speech, there is indirect speech as well as direct speech. When reporting speech, the pronouns, time expressions, and verb tenses may change.