Grammar Rules from University of Victoria
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When you have to describe an event or tell something curious which happened in the past, you should use past tenses. The most common of these is the past simple. Two other tenses, past continuous and the past perfect can help us to say what we want more efficiently. However, it should be remembered that almost any story can be told using the past simple.
Bond the door very slowly, carefully around the room and in. The window open and the curtains in the wind. Clearly someone in a hurry.
A: I a UFO once. Well, I think it one.Now try these exercises:
B: Oh yeah?A: Yeah, really. I in the country - in Yorkshire - on the moors...B: What up there?A: Oh, I some friends. They a cottage and we up to stay with them.
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What do you think the Brits are more likely to bring back from a trip abroad: an appreciation of that country's language and culture, or badly sunburnt shoulders and 200 cigarettes from the airport’s duty-free? That’s your warm up question out of the way - now it’s time to really find out if you know how a typical Brit is aboard… Take the quiz!