Do, Did, Done, Does, Doing…

2 Oct

This post is particularly for my Speaking I students, but can benefit anyone who wants some extra help with verb tenses. I may be a native speaker of English but I STILL get verb tenses confused sometimes.

There is a great website: http://web2.uvcs.uvic.ca/courses/elc/studyzone/330/grammar/

You can explore any of the sections, which will have both a mini lesson and practice tests. In Speaking I class, we reviewed the Simple Past, Present Perfect, Present Continuous, and Future tenses. So, clicking on those examples would be a good place to start. After taking the mini quizzes, try to say every sentence OUT LOUD. The more you say any sentence out loud, the easier it will be to remember later.

There are also other types of grammar and levels of grammar to explore!

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