Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Verb Forms for Present Time

On Tuesday, we talked about time frames; actions, events, and facts; and how speakers view actions and events (as being in progress or as being habitual). Canadian ESL teacher Rebecca explains these concepts again in the following video. After you watch the video, please leave a comment or a question.

Present Simple and Present Progressive

6 comments:

Eric Lin said...

Now I know how to use present tense.

s08040kr said...

I understand we use present tense in case of generally true.

Jane said...

I really know how to use Present Tense. The difference between the Present Simple and the Present Continuous Tenses. Learn how to form Positive/Negative Sentences and Yes/No Questions.. thank you :)

Ploy said...

She explains very clear and easy to understand, so I know more how to Present Tense and Present Continuous now.

Shuhong said...

It is very good, and I clearly understand what she explains.

Jaehak said...

I understand well how to use the present tense.
1. Present simple
2. Present progressive
3. Positive/Negative sentence (and basic/plural forms)
4. in Question (positive, negative, interrogative)