Click here to go back to the homepage to learn English...Add a new lesson / test
Please log in!


Remember me
I've lost my password


2 million accounts created!
JOIN our free club and learn English now!



  • Home
  • Print
  • Guestbook
  • Report a bug




  • GREAT!
    Get a free English lesson every week! 2 MILLION subscribers!
    Click here!






    Ads:




    Partners:
    - English translator
    - Our other sites
       


    Free educational sites > Learn English > Thematic page:

    PRESENT PERFECT PAST SIMPLE PAST CONTINUOUS PAST PERFECT


    Recommended pages from our site - Selected by our team.
    1
    Past perfect / Present perfect - English
    Past perfect / Present perfect. Complete the sentences with the past or present perfect simple or continuous. English exercise "Past perfect ...
    2
    Present perfect / past simple - English
    Put the verbs in the correct tense ( present perfect or past, simple or continuous). Intermediate English exercise "Present perfect / past simple" created ...
    3
    Past simple or Present perfect - English
    Past simple or Present perfect : free exercise for ESL/EFL learners. ... The present perfect continuous is used to talk about actions which started in the ...
    4
    Past/Present perfect-English
    English exercises: Past/Present perfect. ... Present perfect , Past simple or continuous, anonyme, 2633, 71.5/100, Club ...
    5
    Free exercises to learn English 32 / 32
    Simple or continuous past tense'past simple' or 'past continuous'Past tense, simple or continuousPast tense simple or continuousPreterit, Present perfect or ...
    6
    Free exercises to learn English 22 / 22
    ... simple and continuousPast perfect simple or continuousPast simple or past continuousPast simple or Present perfectPast simple or present perfect ? ...
    7
    Free lessons to learn English
    235) SIMPLE PAST PRESENT PERFECT READING 236) AFFIRMATIVE INTERROGATIVE AND NEGATIVE 237) PRESENT CONTINUOUS TENSE VIDEO ENGLISH ...
    8
    Auxiliary verbs [Forum]
    (Present Simple Passive) My car was stolen yesterday. (Past Simple Passive) .... Your proposition (had been walking) is a past perfect to express an action ... You used a past continuous (were walking) to express a ...
    >>> Search pages about this theme: search PRESENT PERFECT PAST SIMPLE PAST CONTINUOUS PAST PERFECT on our 100% free site to learn English.









    Recommend TOP