Keep this awesome diagram handy and you can easily master the English language at times!

Anyone who has studied or is studying English, familiar with complexity of perception, understanding and awareness of the difficult system of the English verb.

All of us who speak English, and habitually know that there are 3 times. What is puzzling is the information about how many times in the English language. After all, English grammar can boast as many as 12 temporary forms of the verb!

To simplify this difficult task of studying "treacherous times" edition "Website" to share with friends useful graphical scheme. It would be useful to have on hand for all those who want to quickly learn how to use a particular time in a particular situation.

Times in English language for Chaykovskaya in the scheme when you need to find out what time it is better to use in this situation, whether speaking or writing a text. More practice, effort, and soon the scheme you do not need.

Do not regret the time. Spending just half an hour a day, you quickly and effectively master all the grammatical nuances.

Here are a few practical tipsthat help you learn the theoretical stuff!

  1. To learn languages you need to consistently. Start with theories: try to read and understand all of that particular time and circumstances of its use. And don't forget to alternate theory and practice!
  2. Make several simple sentences using each of the temporary structures, as indicated in the diagram. First write down and then say each sentence aloud. To understand everything in one night will not work, of course. But just a couple of weeks of performing this simple exercise you will feel how easier and more enjoyable was to learn English. After all the times you already know!

  3. For each of the periods of time try to make one sentence from personal experience. So you use your associative memory. And it is very useful.
  4. If you have difficulty learning times in one fell swoop, try to alternate the exercises on a particular time every few days. Write and blurts all your suggestions in one particular time. Time learned? Get to the next one! And so until then, until there is confidence in how you feel the situation in which it is appropriate to use this time.

The diagram
  1. I had worked — Past Perfect — By the time I worked.
  2. I will have worked — Future Perfect — By the time I'm sure will work.
  3. I will be working — Future Continuous — this time I'm going to work.
  4. I will have been working — Future Perfect Continuous — At the moment I'm still going to work.
  5. I have been working — Present Perfect Continuous — I'm still working.
  6. I had been working — Past Perfect Continuous — At the time I was still working.
  7. I have worked — Present Perfect — I have worked.
  8. I am working Present Continuous — I'm working on.
  9. I am working — Present Continuous — this time I plan to be working (Present Continuous is used to describe their plans and intentions).
  10. I was working — Past Continuous — while I was working.
  11. I will work — the Future Simple — I will work.
  12. I worked — Past Simple — I worked.
  13. I work — Present Simple — I work.

The last three time — it's just a statement. I worked, I work and I work. The rest usually require further clarification.

I hope this table of tenses in English for dummies will turn you into a true virtuoso!

And most importantly, do not be lazy to pay enough hours of practice. After all, she only will allow to feel the English language and to automate the skill of the use of species-tense forms of the verbs.

Keep this useful diagram on the wall and share with friends to learning English for them was the same carefree!

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