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Past, present or future?


When you are writing, you can use words that show if the events have already happened, are happening now or will happen in the future.

  • The past tense is used for things that have already happened.

'He was sticky.'

  • The present tense is used when something is happening now or when something happens regularly.

'He is sticky.'

  • The future tense is used to talk about things that haven't happened yet.

'He will be sticky.'


Click on the link , watch the video and then take the quiz. 


Once you have completed that write your own sentences using the different tenses. Remember to write interesting extended sentences. The grammar tasks that I have received have been very simple sentences.