Past Perfect Tense:
Past Perfect is mainly used in such situations, when two actions happened in the past and it may be necessary to show which action happened earlier than
the other. The Simple Past is used in one clause … Read More
Past Continuous is used to denote an action going on at some time in the past.
The light went out while I was watching the TV.
We were listening to the FM all night.
It was getting colder.
When I … Read More
Simple Past Tense:
Simple Past is used to indicate an action completed in the past.
The sheep arrived yesterday.
I received my salary a week ago.
She left the college last month.
The Simple Past is also used for past … Read More
Present Perfect Continuous Tense
Present Perfect Continuous is used for an action which began at some time in the past and is still going on;
They have been building the bridge for several months.
He has been sleeping for five … Read More
Present Perfect Tense:
Present Perfect is used to:
-Indicate completed activities. – He has just left the office.
-express past actions whose time is not given and is indefinite. – I have never known him to be angry.
-describe past … Read More