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Overview of Verb Tenses UUEG, Chapter 1
The Simple Tenses Simple Present Simple Past Simple Future These tenses make up 90% of the verb tenses we use!
The Progressive Tenses Present Progressive Past Progressive Future Progressive These tenses describe actions that are in progress: things that are happening at a particular time.
The Perfect Tenses Present Perfect Past Perfect Future Perfect Theses tenses tell you that one thing happened before something else.
The Perfect Progressive Tenses Present Perfect Progressive Past Perfect Progressive Future Perfect Progressive These tenses tell us how long one event is in progress before another event starts.
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