English Course – Learn English Grammar through Conversations

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Are you English lover? If yes.., you come to the right place. In this website, I want to invite you to learn English. I am sure you know that English is very important, right? Because by having good competence in English, you will have a better future. Oke, Let’s learn it here. Never give up to be excellent English speaker, guys. If we master English, we will make our parent proud to us. I am sure you want to make your parent proud to you, right?

In this night, I want to share English Course material. I hope you can enjoy it. I want to share this video because this video in very useful for you in learning English. This video is very interesting. I am sure you will not feel bored to watch this video. Let’s study English together here by watching this video together. Ok, Check it out..

Description and transcript of the video above
Learning English grammar can be a challenging experience. Today we look at the basic tenses we need to talk about the present, past and future.

Present

1. Simple Present
Base verb (+ es/es for third person):
Ex: I watch the news every day.

2. Present Continuous
am/is/are + present participle:
Ex: I am watching the news.

3. Present Perfect
Has/have + past participle:
Ex: I have watched the news already.

4. Present Perfect Continuous
Has/have + been + present participle:
Ex: I have been watching the news since I was a teenager.

Past
5. Simple Past
Verb+ed or irregular verb:
I watched the news.

6. Past Continuous
Was/were + present participle:
Ex: I was watching the news.

7. Past Perfect

Had + past participle:
Ex: I had watched the news before I went to bed.

8. Past Perfect Continuous

Ex: I had been watching watching the news for 20 minutes before you came home.

Future
9. Simple Future

Will+verb
Am/is/are + going to + verb
Ex: I will watch the news / I am going to watch the news.

10. Future Continuous

Will be + present participle
Am/is/are + going to be + present participle:
Ex: I will be watching the news at 9pm. / I am going to be watching the news at 9pm.

11. Future Perfect

Will have + past participle
Am/is/are + going to have + past participle
Ex: I will have watched the news before 10pm. / I am going to have watched the news.

12. Future Perfect Continuous

Will have been + present participle
Am/is/are + going to have been + present participle:

Ex: I will have been watching the news for over ten minutes before you join me. / I am going to have been watching the news for over ten minutes before you join me.

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Ok. That’s the English lesson video. Do you like it? Are you satisfied? What do you think about this video? I hope by learning English here, your English skill be better.

Why studying any language by watching video is important for us? of course, it is very important, because by watching video we will feel enjoy, we will also not feel bored in learning process, especially in learning English. We don’t need to open a book, we just, listen and watch. It is very simple right.

One important thing that you must remember, you must always increase your English skill. And don’t forget to practice your English, because English is habit. If you always practice to speak English, I am sure you will master English. Actually, English in not difficult, English is very easy, if we learn English diligently. Ok, I think that’s all. See ya….

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