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    Verb Form help

    I need some help with identifying the following verb forms:

    Do you think the weather will be fine tomorrow?

    He has had a lot of jobs.

    What were you doing last night?

    In the future my job will be done by a computer.

    Thank you!

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    Re: Verb Form help

    What do you think they are?

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    Re: Verb Form help

    Quote Originally Posted by Anonymous
    I need some help with identifying the following verb forms:

    Do you think the weather will be fine tomorrow?

    He has had a lot of jobs.

    What were you doing last night?

    In the future my job will be done by a computer.

    Thank you!
    In order as per original message I think they are -
    future perfect
    past continuous
    past perfect
    future perfect
    But I'm really not sure, I get very confused with these things!

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    Re: Verb Form help

    1- will be fine = future simple not perfect
    2- present perfect
    3- past continuous
    4- future simple again, but passive

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