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The Simple Past Tense vs the Present Perfect Tense: Exercise

Instruction: Decide whether you should use the simple present tense or the simple past tense for each verb. 1. A: Why don’t you call your dad and tell him about your problem? B: I (call) … him already. In fact, I (call) … him last night. 2. A: Let’s go to the movies. B: I’d love to, but… Read More »

The Simple Past Tense: Exercise 2

Instruction: Put each of the following sentences into the simple past tense. After that, make the sentence into an interrogative and negative one. Use a suitable time signal to indicate past time. Example: Ana goes to the movies once a week. a. Ana went to the movies last night. b. Did Ana go to the movies last night?… Read More »

Many/Much & A lot of

Many/Much & A lot of are used as determiners. These words mean numerous or a large number of people or things. Many Many is used with plural countable nouns, e.g. houses, shirts, people, children, etc.  In everyday English, generally speaking, many is used in negative and interrogative sentences. Examples: 1. I’ve just moved to this town. I don’t… Read More »