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The Past Perfect Simple & Continuous

The Past Perfect Simple & Continuous

Hello everyone! I’m in an excellent mood because today marks the start of my summer holidays. I’ll be on vacation for the entire month of July – amazing! I have been incredibly busy this last month with teaching, training teachers on our Trinity Cert course, working as a Cambridge speaking examiner (almost every Saturday!) and … Continue reading

The Present Perfect Simple

The Present Perfect Simple

A new week, a new tense! This time we’ll have a look at the present perfect simple.¬†The name of this tense can be a bit confusing because this tense is generally used to talk about the past – not the present. You can use it to talk about general past experiences when you want to … Continue reading

The Past Continuous

The Past Continuous

Here comes the second post in our new¬†series on the English tense system. The past continuous is a fairly simple tense to learn and use. For example, I could tell you what I did yesterday afternoon: On Wednesday afternoon I was walking through the beautiful Park Labyrinth in Horta with my friend Cat and her … Continue reading