Present Continuous in English Grammar

We use the Present Continuous (also called Present Progressive) in three ways in English‏‎: 1. to talk about a situation that is happening right now as we speak. What are you doing? I am reading 50 Shades of Gray! Why is he in bed? He is not feeling well today. Can...

Past Simple in English Grammar

  The past simple verb form‎ is used to talk about events in the past; it’s often used to tell a story. He walked into the room and looked around. There was a knock on the door. He opened it and saw… I woke up. I got out of bed. I dragged a comb...

Verb Tenses‏‎ & Forms in English Grammar

Note: descriptions of verb forms and tenses vary. Here we present a simple overview of the tenses and forms of English which is useful for the classroom. In grammar a tense (from the Latin tempus) is a form of a verb‎ used to indicate roughly the time when the action...