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Overview of Verb Tenses. Some prepositions of place: Need and want a noun or an infinitive. Would like. Would like vs. Adjective noun. Subject pronouns and object pronouns.
Using an vs. Measurements with noncount nouns.
Using many , much , a few , a little. Using the. Using some and any. Using be: Past of be: The simple past tense: Past time words: The simple past: Irregular verbs Group 2. Irregular verbs Group 3. Irregular verbs Group 4.
Questions with what. Questions with who. Irregular verbs Group 5. Irregular verbs Group 6. Irregular verbs Group 7. Before and after in time clauses.
When in time clauses. The present progressive and the past progressive. Using while with the past progressive. While vs. Simple past vs. Future time: Using the present progressive to express future time. Words used for past time and future time.
Using a couple of or a few with ago past and in future. Using today , tonight , and this morning , afternoon , evening , week ,. Asking questions with will. Verb summary: Maybe one word vs. Future time clauses with before , after , and when.
Clauses with if. Expressing habitual present with time clauses and if -clauses. Using what a form of do. Using can. Using can: Using know how to.
Using could: Using be able to. Using very and too adjective. Using two , too , and to. More about prepositions: Using should. Using must. Polite questions: Imperative sentences. Modal auxiliaries.
Summary chart: Modifying nouns with adjectives and nouns. Word order of adjectives. Expressions of quantity: Indefinite pronouns: Using every. Linking verbs adjectives.
Adjectives and adverbs. Possessive nouns. Possessive pronouns: Questions with whose. The comparative: The superlative: Using one of superlative plural noun. Using but. Using verbs after but. Making comparisons with adverbs.
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