English Verb Tenses
Made Simple Course

Lesson 04


Welcome to the forth lesson of this special course!

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On this lesson we will learn 3 of the most common tenses in English:

The Simple Tenses

The Simple Tenses

The simple tense is a form of a verb that simply shows when the action takes place.

  • Simple Past is a form of the verb that shows the action took place in the past.
  • For example: Lisa danced yesterday.


  • Simple Present is a form of the verb that shows the action takes place in the present.
  • For example: Lisa dances every day.


  • Simple Future is a form of the verb that shows the action will take place in the future.

    For example: Lisa will dance tomorrow.


Okay, so now we start the real work! :)


A) Do the following steps, one after the other:

  1. Read the general explanation about the Simple Present tense

  2. Read the rules for positive sentences, negative sentences and questions

  3. Read the list of examples

  4. Do the exercises


B) Do the following steps, one after the other:

  1. Read the general explanation about the Simple Past tense

  2. Read the rules for positive sentences, negative sentences and questions

  3. Read the list of examples

  4. Do the exercises


C) Do the following steps, one after the other:

  1. Read the general explanation about the Simple Future tense

  2. Read the rules for positive sentences, negative sentences and questions

  3. Read the list of examples

  4. Do the exercises

Come back when you are done...

Come back when you are done...

Are you done? Great!

Then let's continue.

On the next lesson we will learn 3 more very common English tenses.

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