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    Revision Grammar / 3rd Prep

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    Roully Fadel
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    Revision Grammar / 3rd Prep

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    Present simple

    · We use it for actions that are repeated “ habitual actions”, permanent situations that are always true.


    - He writes to me twice a week.

    - They live in London.

    - The sun rises in the East.
    Present continuous

    · We use it for actions going on at the time of speaking & for future plans. We form it by (verb to be in present + v + ing).


    - Listen! The birds are singing.

    - I’m going to go to France tomorrow. (future plane)
    Note: -



    These verbs never come in continuous: - (Taste- belong- hear- see- smell- appear-consist of – include – need – own –seem –hate –like – love –prefer –want –wish –believe – know –mean –remember – suppose – understand).

    Past simple

    · We use it for past actions & past situations.


    - He lived in Amman until 1980.Used to
    We use used to + infinitive to take about an event that happened in the past & doesn’t exist now.
    - He used to play football. Now he plays tennis.
    - He didn’t use to eat fish. Now he eats fish.

    Past continuous

    · We use it for something already happening in the past at a particular time & for a long action that was happening when a short action happened.
    · We form it by:- (verb to be in the past + verb + ing)
    - He was living in Amman in 1980.

    When & While



    · We use them to connect two sentences in the past (one verb in the past simple & the other in the past continuous). The longer action takes the past continuous, while the shorter action takes the past simple.

    - He was standing at the bus stop, when a car crashed into a lamppost.

    - While he was waiting for the bus, a man came to speak to him.The future
    1. We can express it by using present continuous .We use it when the future action is already planned.
    · I’m meeting Jack at the airport tomorrow.
    2. The future simple: - A) we use it to make predictions; that is to say what we think will happen in the future.
    · He will be able to use a telephone.
    · He will have a special computer.
    B) When we talk about something that we decide at the moment of speaking.
    · Let’s go to the club.
    - Right, I’ll meet you at 7:00 o’clock.
    The future “ going to”: -
    (Going to + infinitive)

    The present perfect

    It is used for suggesting what will happen and
    for expressing intentions.


    The present perfect simple

    (Have/has +pp.)
    The Present Perfect Continuous.
    (Have/has +been +verb +ing)
    1. We use them when we talk about actions that began in the past and are still going on at the present
    · I have lived here since 1975.
    (Present perfect simple)
    · I have been living here for over ten years.
    (Present perfect continuous)
    2. Since is followed by a period in time.
    Since Monday / 1999 / I was a child …….
    For is followed by a period of time.
    For a day / ten years …..
    3. We use them with ( ever-never-yet-already )
    · I have already done my homework.
    · Have you ever been to the U.S.A.?
    · She hasn’t done her homework yet.
    4. We use them with past actions that have present results.
    · The population has grown. the streets are crowded”
    · The population has been growing.the streets are crowded”
    5. We use them with actions that completed immediately in the past with just”
    · I’ve just had lunch.
    · He has just been having dinner.
    6. With the future time in adverbial clauses, we use only present, not the present perfect continuous.
    · When we have finished lunch, we will go to the club.


    Past perfect

    (Had + pp.)


    Use: -1. We use it to tell about the earlier of two events that happened in the past.


    · The captain spoke after the last suspect had left the room.

    2. This tense is often used with time conjunction “ after / when / once /

    as soon as”

    · After I went to school, I discovered that I had lost my keys.3. It replaces the present perfect and the past simple in reported speech.


    · “I have discovered something good.”

    He said he had discovered something good.

    · “ I noticed something strange.” She said she had noticed something strange.


    Conditional (If)1. We can use (if) at the beginning of a sentence or at the end. When it is at the beginning, it is followed by a comma “,”.




    2. We can use “ If ” to talk about events that might or might not happen in the future. If is followed by a verb in the present.

    · If I see him tomorrow, I will tell him the news.

    · I will tell him the news if I see him tomorrow.

    3. To express unreal or improbable things in the present or to the future. We use If + past simple would + infinitive.

    · If I had enough money, I would buy a new car.

    · I would buy a new car if I had enough money.

    4. When we talk about things that are impossible to happen we use

    If + were with all subject pronouns would + infinitive.

    · If I were a queen, I would marry a king.

    · If she were a bird, she would fly high in the sky.

    5. When we talk about things that didn’t happen in the past, we use

    If + past perfect future perfect

    (Had + pp.) (Would +have +pp.)

    · If I had known his telephone number, I would have called him.

    6. Unless = if + not.

    We can use unless instead of if.

    · If it doesn’t rain, I will play football.

    · Unless it rains, I will play football.

    · Look! He is taking out his piano.
    - He is going to play on it.
    - They are going to go to San Francisco for a holiday.






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