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Verb tenses

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NO DOUBT: something is likely to happen, No doubt she’ll tell me everything when she’s ready. THERE IS NO DOUBT: (formal): we are very certain about our opinion. He’s never won Wimbledon, but there’s no doubt that he is a great tennis player. WITHOUT (A) DOUBT (more formal) : we are absolutely certain about our opinion: She is without (a) doubt the best student I have ever taught. #b2first #c1advanced #keywordtransformation #cambridgeenglish #commonmistakesinenglish

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When students (especially English Language Learners) move beyond the simple verb tenses, confusion can begin to set in. Using timelines helps students visualize and conceptualized the appropriate context for each verb aspect. The following anchor charts are perfect for illustrating each verb tense. Simple Verb Tenses This verb tense is used to express a completed action or a past state of being. If your students do not know the difference between action verbs and linking verbs, you may want…

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