Grammar Fourth Unit Reviewdownload (Present Perfect: The present perfect…
Grammar Fourth Unit Review
The simple present expresses daily habits or usual activities. Also, It can express general statements and facts. In general, It is used for events or situations that exist always, usually or habitually.
: He drinks lemonade.
María plays Futbol in the court.
Comparative and Superlative:
Comparative is used to compare 1-1, we use "er" and than. Superlative is used to compare 1 to a group and we use the and "est".
1. Erick is t
country in the world is Russia.
It is used to show that a completed action took place at a specific time in the past. The simple past is formed using the verb + ed. There are many verbs with irregular past forms.
I played with that ball.
We swam in the swimming pool.
The book was read by the student.
Is used to say that two parts of a comparison are equal.
as+adjective or adverb+as. The negative form is not as...as.
Ex : Her smile was as bright as the sunshine.
Always, almost always, Usually, Often, Frequently, Generally, Sometimes, Occasionally.
Seldom, rarely, hardly ever, Almost never, not never or never.
Example: I always do my homework
Example: I never eat my vegetables
With the Passive, we can use transitive verbs and for Active we use Intransitive.
be + past Participle
modal + be + past particple
Get + adjective
Get + Past Particple
It expresses an activity that is progress right now. The event is in progress at the time the speaker is saying the sentence. The event began in the past, but it is in progress in the present and it will continue.
I am playing with the ball.
The groups are watching a movie.
The present perfect tense is used with words or expressions of unfinished time. Unfinished time started in the past and continues into the present. We use have with I,They, We, you. We use verbs in Participle forms.
I have lost my dictionary.
Maria has fixed my computer.
Be - Was/Were -
More and Most:
Adjectives with two syllables can form the comparative either by adding -er or by preceding the adjective with more. These adjectives form the superlative either by adding -est or by preceding the adjective with most.
Example: The shops are always more crowded just before Christmas.
Example: Albert Einstein was the most intelligent person in history.
The past perfect refers to a time earlier than before now. It is used to make it clear that one event happened before another in the past. It does not matter which event is mentioned first - the tense makes it clear which one happened first. It is like the present perfect.
I had begun a new campaign.
He had swum 100 meters.
The future is the period of time that will come after the present, or the things that will happen then. ... Future things will happen or exist after the present time. By taking action now we can ensure that future generations will not be put at risk. We use will and going to, to express future and a certain percent of possibillity.
Josh will visit his family.
My brother is going to the meeting.
In English grammar, the past progressive is a verb construction (made up of a past form of the verb "to be"—"was" or "were"—plus a present participle) that conveys a sense of ongoing action in the past. Also known as the past continuous. ... Present Progressive. Progressive Form.
I was going to do my homework.
They were having a party.