Darya
are the tenses and constructions used correctly? /going to/ I am going to walk the morning. / The Present Continuous Tense/ I’m reading a book I’m eating a banana /The Past Continuous Tense/ Yesterday was going the Rain. /The Future Continuous Tense/ I will be reading a book tomorrow. / Is it correct to say this at this time The Present Perfect Tense?/ I have eaten a casserole in Tuesday. She has cooked a casserole in Sunday.
Jun 9, 2021 11:01 PM
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are the tenses and constructions used correctly? /going to/ I am going to walk later (you only use the near future for actions that will occurr in a few mintues, for example: "I'm gonna get a glass of water". / The Present Continuous Tense/ I’m reading a book I’m eating a banana /The Past Continuous Tense/ Yesterday was raining. /The Future Continuous Tense/ I will be reading a book tomorrow. / Is it correct to say this at this time The Present Perfect Tense?/ I have eaten a casserole in Tuesday. She has cooked a casserole in Sunday. All of the rest are correct. I hope that could help you.
June 9, 2021
are the tenses and constructions used correctly? /going to/ I am going to walk in the morning. / The Present Continuous Tense/ I’m reading a book. I’m eating a banana. /The Past Continuous Tense/ It was raining yesterday. /The Future Continuous Tense/ I will be reading a book tomorrow. / Is it correct to say this at this time The Present Perfect Tense?/ I ate a casserole on Tuesday. She cooked a casserole on Sunday.
When you use specific times and days, you can not use the present perfect. It has to be the simple past tense. Also, it has to be on + day.
June 9, 2021
are the tenses and constructions used correctly? /going to/ I am going to walk in the morning. / The Present Continuous Tense/ I’m reading a book I’m eating a banana /The Past Continuous Tense/ Yesterday it was going to Rain..... (we usually use this for interrupted actions in the future) /The Future Continuous Tense/ I will be reading a book tomorrow. / Is it correct to say this at this time The Present Perfect Tense?/ I ate a casserole on Tuesday. (past simple for finished actions) She cooked a casserole on Sunday.
June 10, 2021
Hello Darya, It would be: I am going to walk this morning* Yesterday it was raining* I ate a casserole on Tueday* She cooked a casserole on Sunday* Let me know if you have questions:)
June 9, 2021
are the tenses and constructions used correctly? /going to/ I am going to walk in the morning. / The Present Continuous Tense/ I’m reading a book I’m eating a banana /The Past Continuous Tense/ Yesterday it was raining . /The Future Continuous Tense/ I will be reading a book tomorrow. / Is it correct to say this at this time The Present Perfect Tense?/ I ate a casserole on Tuesday. She cooked a casserole on Sunday.
June 10, 2021
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Darya
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Chinese (Mandarin), English, Japanese, Russian, Thai
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