PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS

If you do not spend your time looking at people intently, and over long periods of time, and you are not the kind of person to fill your stomach with just any kind of food, this piece of text is for you. We study guidance on the Present Perfect Continuous — critically.

BE, HAVE, DO

Would you say you are identical — yet two people, every day — one loves books, the other music; or, one loves cars, the other sports? This is what things would have to be with you, if you give credit to this notorious tale of the auxiliary verb.

PRESENT PERFECT

You may have been told to mind and use the Perfect tenses, to look and sound smart. Beware: there are things I would not tell grandpa, not to look and sound pliable. We can compare some rules on the Present Perfect and reckon.

PRESENT CONTINUOUS

It is usually with the Present Continuous that we get to learn special verbs, or we are told to tell normal verbs from... it must be, some other kinds of verbs. Granny has a trick, and Granny is going to see if the trick works with grammar tests.

PRESENT SIMPLE

Human existence has been of description by philosophers and literary people. No wonder. For things that are always true now, we use the Present Simple. Granny has been reading the Cambridge Dictionary.