Make sure you know all the questions word options to make you a more fluent speaker.

Present Simple

Base verb with `s` for third person singular

Take a look at the positive and negative sentences in present simple

The form for a present simple question is

The present continuous uses:   The verb 'to be' + verb + -ing.

We form the present continuous questions with:    Questions word + Auxiliary (to be) + verb + -ing.

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Understand the differences between regular and irregular verbs


Identify the differences between past simple and past continuous.


Form:   verb to be (was/were) + verb + gerund (-ing)

The Second Conditional is used to discuss ‘impossible’ situations.  A situation that could not happen.