MNY1. In each of the following sentences underline the verb or verbs and identify the form / tense used.
a) We never go to the theatre these days. present simple
b) We’re saving up to travel abroad. present continuous
c) We’ve already been to Europe. past simple present perfect
d) We didn’t have enough money to go further.present past tense
e) We had spent all our savings by the end of the summer. past past perfect
f) We’d been sleeping rough for several weeks when the weather turned colder. past continuous past perfect continuous
g) This year I’ve been awarded a travel scholarship. present present perfect
h) We’re going to travel for six months in Australia and I’m going to write a thesis on the local dialects. future simple present continuous with a future meaning
i) I think we’ll buy a camper van. present The main verb is present tense; the clausal verb is future tense.
j) By the year 2002 I’ll have completed most of my research. future progressive future perfect
I think I underlined the verbs right, but I am so insecure about the forms or tenses used, I'm not sure what they mean. But any help will help.
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