Future Perfect Continuous tense

Future Perfect Continuous Tense

Future Perfect Continuous tense is used to express situations that will last for a specified period of time at a definite moment in the future. We also use this tense to express certainty about the cause of some future situation. Structure of Future Perfect Continuous Tense Positive: Subject + will have been + Verb-ing Negative: Subject […]

Future Perfect Tense

Future Perfect Tense is an easy tense to understand. We use it to talk about the past in the future or about something that will be over in the future. In the above example picture, Harry is thinking of a future time (14.00 this afternoon). At 14.00, he will be able to say “My flight […]

Present Perfect Simple or Continuous

Mike has been repairing the car. The car cannot run now. We use the Present Perfect Continuous for an action happening over a period of time. We are thinking of Mike doing the repair and the car cannot run now. Mike has repaired the car. He is showing the repairing cost to the owner. We […]

Past Perfect

He had studied English before he moved to London. The past perfect tense is quite an easy tense to understand and to use. This tense talks about the “past in the past”. How do we make the Past Perfect Tense? Positive: Subject + had + Past Participle. Negative: Subject + had not + Past Participle. […]

Present Perfect Continuous

Present Perfect Continuous

We have been waiting here for twenty minutes 1. Introduction to Present Perfect Continuous We use the Present Perfect Continuous for an action (waiting). The action happens over a period of time (for twenty minutes). Here the period lasts up to the present – They are still waiting now. 2. Structure of Present Perfect Continuous […]

Present Perfect or Past Simple

Present Perfect and Past Simple are two confusing tenses to most of English learners. This lesson will help you to understand how to differentiate the usage of the two tenses. First, we will see the examples: 1. Present Perfect or Past Simple We‘ve won the Cup! It’s our at last! Well, we won the Cup last year. […]

Present Perfect Tense

It has rained for 2 hours. The present perfect tense is a rather important tense in English, but it gives speakers of some languages a difficult time. That is because it uses concepts or ideas that do not exist in those languages. In fact, the structure of the present perfect tense is very simple. The […]