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ENGLISH PAGE - Verb Tense Tutorial
Hey everybody... I got a problem with the tenses in English!
I don't realy understand when I supposed to use these tenses:
Present Perfect Simple
Present Perfect Progressive
Past Perfect Simple
Past Perfect Progressive
I hope it's the correct place to ask about it.
Could you please help me?
Edit, I want to know what is the correct sentence between these:
- Why did you do the test?
- Why did you the test?
Thank you so much !
Last edited by David Rose; 02-Mar-2010 at 18:51.
Cool, I'm seeing what I looked for.
Thank you alot!
I have question about the words "this/that"!
I don't understand when I supposed to use with "that".
As I understood I have to use "that" when I talk about something is far away.
So when I talk about website which I browse, should I use "that" or "this"?
Thank you again!
We use 'this' to refer to people, things, situations and experiences that are close to the speaker or very close in time. We use 'that' when they are more distant, either in time or physically.
If you are browsing the website, you should use 'this'.
I can't find that website I told you about last week.
OK, I got it!
Thank you :)