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Hey, how are you. Yes, we understand that learning twelve English bars from scratch is not easy. Sooner or later, it will still be done, but for now, let’s face it. For elementary English in Primary English, just knowing five periods is enough.
In the video we show how their time is created and how it is created. Happy viewing!
Today our focus will be on grammar, i.e. tennis.
And you know, running around all the time and teaching them all. Yes, all 12 times and all exceptions and additions and passive with an active voice.
Don’t despair, because it’s a joke.
Undoubtedly always important, necessary and therefore, it is better to teach everything. But now I will tell you a terrible mystery. In general, there are 5 tennis in English with which you will never disappear anywhere. And of course, the perfect continuity of the future doesn’t fit clearly here.
Forward and straight point – easy simple. The bones of the foundations. Let’s remember now, what do we absolutely need?
We use it when we regularly talk about actions that happen to us.
Often, in addition to this, we all use time markers – every day, every day, always, usually, often, sometimes, sometimes. You can see for yourself that these words indicate that the action is regular and that it is our daily routine.
– E wake up Every morning every morning.
– Every morning I wake up at 8 in the morning
But do not rush to relax! Since we’ve already told you about ourselves, let’s talk about our friends. For example, the last S or S must be added to the verb. Let’s take a look:
– My friend often makes videos about his weekends. – My friend often makes videos about his weekends.
Here we draw your attention at once: firstly, our time markers are often “often” and secondly, the last shots – my friend.
We’re polite, so we just don’t say, don’t ask, just have these two assistants for the present – tax and tax. We use it when he asks about her, about her or about her, what we use in all other cases.
– What time is it?
– Did he get up at 6 in the morning?
– You’re 6 o’clock?
– Will you get up at 6 in the morning?
The answer is, everything is yes, I do, or no, I don’t.
Second, when we talk about train, bus, etc. schedules, we use the present easy. Since the arrival and departure of transport is an additional or minus regular action, it is scheduled at a specific time.
– T leaves the train so it leaves 6 poms – T leaves the train 8 poms. – The plane is over, so it’s 2 o’clock. – T plane Ardibas so 3 o’clock.
Also, when you broadcast a boxing match or, for example, a football game on the radio or TV, you hear the commenter:
– Messi runs a goal to score really fast and fast!
– Messi runs really fast and scores a goal!
This is basically what you need to know about Present Simple.
You will find much more useful information in this article
The latter of our list must have continuity.
Although we have to say that we are busy with something at the moment, some steps are being taken at the moment, but here we must use this time.
Pay attention, friends: to create a sentence in the current order you must have the verb after the main verb and the last verb. Let’s look at an example.
– What are you doing now? – What are you doing now?
I am currently filming a video about the world’s oldest woman.
As I am now talking about myself, the verb is the same as it is. Our main verb is created. We add the latest addition to it to emphasize the duration of the action. We got it – I’m making a video about the world’s oldest woman?
And it happens too. Come to a restaurant with your friends. And not just anywhere, in America, in Missouri. Go to any restaurant and hear such an unusual smell and I would even say delightful. Okay, how can you not ask:
– Are they cooking?
– What Are they cooking?
Of course, you can expect everything – meat, fish or even snail or frog legs. But it’s … friends, it’s scary to imagine, but this dish is very popular in Missouri. So, the answer will follow:
They are creating grassroots.
They, so what form will the verb take? Right – is. The main action is cooking. To this we add our last INB. Voila: They are cooking grassroots.
Now, please, cook and push to one side and concentrate on making a sentence again. How will the action change depending on the person?
– I’m making a video – I’m making a video – They’re cooking grasshoppers. – They are creating grassroots. – My friend is not eating grasshoppers now. – My friend doesn’t eat grass now.
In the present order we have two tastes – the verb is the one that changes depending on the person and the verb ends. This is the positive form. In general, everything is easier with negligence – we put no particles later.
Q: Have you ever heard of Easter Island?
Surely many have heard him. It is located in the Pacific Ocean next to Chile. And it’s known because the island has one of the world’s biggest wonders – huge stone statues ranging from 4 to 10 meters.
They are thousands of years old. Moy’s statues are one of the biggest mysteries in science, because scientists still can’t answer the question – who made them? After all, thousands of years ago, people did not have such equipment.
Here is what we can say about this statue:
– Some made stone statues a few thousand years ago. “Someone made a stone statue a few thousand years ago.
And of course, as you can guess, we have smoothly come to the simplest third most important time of the past. Needless to say, we use this time to talk about past events and only past events. Not surprisingly, the time markers are speaking for themselves here – many years ago, many years ago, last week, last week, yesterday.
– We visited Easter Island last month. – Last month we visited Easter Island.
In addition to these mood markers last month, the main action seen has changed somewhat. We’ve added the last ad to it. The past is simple, we always add the latest ad if the verb is correct. And if it’s wrong, we check it against the dictionary. Here’s how to fly a verb.
– Hey, how many hours did you fly to the island? – Hey, how long have you been flying there?
See any last ed.
There are no rules for the formation of irregular actions in nature. Irregular actions need to be memorised, and if you forget, no doubt – Google to help.
We have used this tense in question and neglect and returned the original verb to the first form. And it is very important not to forget. Never.
– I didn’t eat soup.
– I didn’t eat soup.
– Did you buy a ticket yesterday? – Did you buy a ticket yesterday?
If you want to take a closer look at this time, here is an article about past simple.
How to say goodbye in English:
No one is interested in leaving the forest. It’s annoying. If you don’t want to sound like a junior high school student in English, you need to learn at least ten options on how to say goodbye to your friends, acquaintances, coworkers, etc.
In this video, we’ll analyze these options – and you don’t have to deal with them again. Happy viewing!
The method of farewell options in English:
All the phrases we say to say goodbye are divided into groups, each with 3 goodbye. Well, to make it easier for you to remember.
The first group is the “Universal” group. With these phrases, you can end conversations with anyone, classmates, coworkers, distant people, and very close people.
See you later, The most universal way to say goodbye to a person (in the best sense of the word). You can use these farewells with any serious boss at school, with a strict teacher and with your best friend and even your favorite cat.
This phrase is not easy to remember anywhere. See: See in English means “to see”, but you are “you”. It’s something like our analog “see you”, but if you want to talk, use a longer version of the farewell – you’ll see later, but know “later”. This, see you later – this is “See you later!”. Easy? Easy!
And now we will open the third farewell for you in this group. It sounds almost the same, the only difference being that it is used during telephone conversations. We don’t see each other as a rule when talking on the phone, so we use talk instead of looking. Is to speak. I’ll talk to you later – “Let’s talk to you later.”
The official way to say goodbye in English:
The second group is the “collaborative” group. Three more farewells in this group will appear before your eyes, which have an official character. These are used in conversations with colleagues, not close neighbors, in general, with whom we do not kiss on the cheek when we meet.
If the day is, we say – have a nice day! , Which means “Have a nice day!”, If the evening is a very beautiful evening! But if you really want to wish someone a sunny morning, H is a beautiful morning! Respectfully
Informal way to say goodbye in English:
Three more horses confidently “gallops” after the departure of three officers. These are goodbye friends. We have already reached the third group. I politely present – the group “friends”.
How to say goodbye to friends and loved ones? This is probably the easiest.
– Bye bye!
There is no need to explain anything here. Tell me, who has ever said goodbye to someone? Yes, everything and more than once! But this short phrase, I’m betting, not everyone has heard – I’ll catch you later! It is very similar to this phrase, see later you are already familiar to us, just caught here. The catch is usually “caught”, it’s “I’ll catch you later!” It is thus published. Great way to say goodbye to friends at work, on the street, at parties.
And now the question of attention! What are your moments when you don’t want to stand out from the crowd and be like everyone else? The mood here, weird. Then you can dress nicely, and talk about something interesting, and saying goodbye at the end of all this activity is no less interesting. Just say: boy! Funny, isn’t it? Or Toddler IPP! Or better yet – see you later, Granted! If someone says “Goodbye, Alligator!”
It would make at least one smile and wonder “What?” But you will not lose in any way and will be able to respond to such “exclusivity”, crocodile! So it’s “See you soon, crocodile!” These are the “crocodiles”!
That’s it, so if you want to smile at someone and say goodbye in an unusual way, feel free to use the word “unbanal”:
– Toddle Epp!
– See you later!
And since we are talking about alligators, we will ask you a question that is not in this question – name the countries in which alligators live? Whose North Africa lost. First, it is not a country. Second, alligators only exist between China and the United States. Who cares?
And in America, citizens not only live, Spanish, Italian, French, Germans also usually live in almost all countries of the world. By communicating, people from different countries replenish each other’s vocabulary. So, in addition to English you will see! And bye bye! Saying goodbye to Italian CO becomes absolutely normal !, in Spanish Adios! , French au Revire!
So we got another group called “English Not English”. And according to tradition, it has three farewells:
Looks so beautiful.
Farewell in disguise:
Friends, I fully know that you have to stop there and say “Good day!”, “Goodbye!”, “Goodbye!” Don’t like to say every day. So you Google something. But be careful with this kind! The omniscient Google tells you “goodbye!”, “So long!” That could be a great farewell! …
Very nice and very stingy. As a bonus, I’m revealing everything in turn.
The word “goodbye” itself translates as “goodbye”. Therefore, if you say “goodbye!” But then it will be possible to start a tear and make dramatic gestures and it will be clear to the conversation that you will block him on Instagram, take him away from your friends on Facebook and the last time you usually see him. “Goodbye!” Plan to keep in touch with it. No no no!
What then? Yes – “So long!” Usually literally translated as “so many days”. It would seem neutral, nothing special. But in reality, these are often used in a sarcastic form if you want them to laugh (laugh out loud).
For example, so many days! – “Happy, lost!” Babu so tall! – “Happy to stay, baby!” Yet like you I will still regret that I left.
And the quote “Cheerio!” Unusual farewells close the top three. In general, it’s like a general farewell and it doesn’t seem like anything. For example, “Cheerio! My train has arrived! “” Goodbye then! My train has arrived! “But the key word is” Cherry! “Often used as a toast All so beautiful Everyone”
In the end:
And since you’ve read almost to the end, so be it, we’ll share our favorite phrase to say goodbye to you. That’s probably the thing people have discovered! It’s so simple – you never forget it! In most cases, girlfriends say goodbye to each other. However, it turns out that this time! It also has a second meaning – in our ah-ah-awareness, when you want to embarrass someone – girlfriend was late for a meeting – ta-ta !, you said goodbye to your girlfriend – ta-ta! This time! And two absolute values. Oh, this vague word!
Finally, let us tell you a little secret: Americans don’t like to give the same answer. For example, if you were called a bike! Answer, bye bye! Or see you later! Or Toddle –oo! Now you know many options! Try to say goodbye to each of your friends today in a different and special way. And anyway, if you want to say goodbye to someone, you’ll meet later, Alligator!
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