Overview of All English Tenses - Present Tenses - Present Perfect - Irregular Verbs

 

As mentioned earlier, to form this tense, we have to use a special form of the verb. Technically it's called the past participle form with irregular verbs. Of course these past participle forms change quite a bit from its base form of the verb. Here are a few examples 'go' moves to 'gone', 'be' moves to 'been', 'write' to 'written', 'speak' to 'spoken' and 'read'. Although very confusing for the non-native speaker, doesn't change its spelling, but does change its pronunciation, resulting in 'read' going to 'read'.


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In this unit I learned about course books and lesson materials. I understood the difference between authentic and created materials. I learned about the advantages and disadvantages of using course books. The unit examined the best use of course books and the four different options for course book use. The Unit also taught me how to analyze course books.The above unit is talking the present tenses which include the tense system, the present simple for example their form, the present continuous their usages,.It talks of the typical student errors and mistakes, teaching ideas, present perfect continuous example affirmative, negative, questions, sample activate stage teaching ideas as fas as the is concern.


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