Course Category: English Past Tenses Active Voice
Past Perfect Continuous (Progressive) Tense, is it difficult? No. It just shows that an action started in the past and continued up to a defined point in the past. It’s very close to Present Perfect Continuous. So, what is the difference? Present Perfect Continuous: an action “continues up to the present.” Past Perfect Continuous: an …
Past Continuous Tense, also Past Progressive Tense, introduction to parallel actions, perpendicular actions…. Oh yes! I call them perpendicular! Additionally, point or period in time for continuous actions in the past.
When can we not use Present Perfect? When can we use both Present Perfect and Past Simple? When do we prefer to use one? Find all the answers here!
Don't be fooled with the name "Simple" Past Simple and Present Perfect are like twins, it's sometimes difficult to tell them apart, find out why!