Global Exam OriginalThe fundamentals of English conjugation

The fundamentals of English conjugation

“If I were you, I’dn’t’ve tried to go to this meeting before taking this course of English conjugation!” Feeling confused? It’s probably the first time you read an English triple contraction. “I’dn’t’ve” actually means “I would not have.” But this course will start from the beginning: Present, past and future tenses will be treated, including past simple and present perfect. Ready to confront the tricks of English conjugation?

Basic

You will be able to :

  • Use the negative form of a verb
  • Conjugate properly in present and past simple tenses
  • Chapters:

    • Present Tense
    • Past Simple Tense
    Advanced

    You will be able to :

  • Choose between an -ed or an -ing form in the present perfect tense
  • Conjugate the future tense with success
  • Form a question in different tenses
  • Chapters:

    • Past, Present, and Present Perfect
    • Future Tense
    Coach

    You will be able to :

  • Finish a sentence that starts with “if”
  • Never confuse tenses in a sentence with a conditional
  • Identify which type of conditional form is used in a sentence
  • Chapters:

    • First Conditional
    • Second Conditional
    • Third Conditional

    “If I were you, I’dn’t’ve tried to go to this meeting before taking this course of English conjugation!” Feeling confused? It’s probably the first time you read an English triple contraction. “I’dn’t’ve” actually means “I would not have.” But this course will start from the beginning: Present, past and future tenses will be treated, including past simple and present perfect. Ready to confront the tricks of English conjugation?

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