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English Language Grammar Notes

An Approach to Studying Second and Third Conditional Sentences in English, with Adult ESL Learners

There are generally four types of “conditional” sentences in English. Native speakers use them without fully understanding their grammar and construction, and they typically use them with varying degrees of “correctness”. 

The Perfect Tense

The perfect aspect in English is formed, in its most basic state, with a form of the verb “have” plus the main verb in the past participle. 
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