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ALNS’ English Verb Tenses – An Overview

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ALNS’ English Verb Tenses – An Overview starts with a one-page summary of the English verb tenses to portray their relative meanings.  The following sections focus separately summarise past, present and future tense groups; provide room for notes and practice.  35 pages including a bibliography.

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Mastering verb tenses is a key step in any language learning.  This area can challenge students, partly because of how it’s portrayed.  This overview helps explain things and enhance lesson sequencing.  It’s particularly useful for English speakers who need to understand verb forms for text creation.

This document summarises all the English verb tenses, providing a bird’s-eye view.  It doesn’t include theory; it simply highlights the tenses and provides practice room.  The bibliography lists quality references to help you reconnect with verb tense theory.


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