Advanced English Grammar Lesson for ESL - Perfect Tenses
30 июля 2013

Advanced English Grammar Lesson for ESL - Perfect Tenses

Advanced English Grammar Lesson for ESL - Perfect Tenses
Chalk 'n' Talk from businessenglishpod.com is a new series of video ESL lessons exploring advanced English grammar topics. The first lesson examines t...
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#1 написал: Bob Merritt (1 августа 2013 08:01)
She could not get married until she had finished her studies last year. She? was unable to be married until she had finished her studies last year.
#2 написал: Danilo Cavalcante (1 августа 2013 08:01)
Good lesson!?
#3 написал: dejota junior (1 августа 2013 08:01)
I mean...english grammar is? boring,even portuguese grammar that is harder to get learn,is boring any way.
#4 написал: dejota junior (1 августа 2013 08:01)
gosh. I'm brazilian I've been trying to learn english by myself.I just wanna speak english with an english speaker, and I wish he (she) can just understand every single word I'm just saying,and I wish with all my heart he or she can just understand me,but I have to say that study english grammar is so freaking bouring..my GOD I know It's important..I'm gonna keep studing..I don't? like even study portuguese grammar..grammar sucks
#5 написал: Janusz Slusarz (1 августа 2013 08:01)
Hello,? all students If you would like to learn English TENSES really well, and be ready for TOEFL, TOEIC, IELTS please take a look at my sample video lesson titled: ? English Grammar-Present Tense by Janusz Prof. Jan
#6 написал: ??? ????????? (1 августа 2013 08:01)
haha well our teacher gave us this in an exam! and he answered it by "she? didn't get married until she finished her studies last year"
#7 написал: Alex Snelling (1 августа 2013 08:01)
It is acceptable and is the past perfect continuous passive. It is rarely used but acceptable.? The problem you have in your sentence is that you fail to provide a time period for the action and your choice of verb presents problems. There is also no need for passive. Try: "by the time I got to the theatre, the play had? already been running/on for some time"
#8 написал: Alex Snelling (1 августа 2013 08:01)
This is not possible. You could say "She had been unable to get? married until she finished her studies last year." This is the past perfect describing an action/state finished at an unspecific time before a specific moment in the past.
#9 написал: NathanSpellman (1 августа 2013 08:01)
So? accurate and so clear.
#10 написал: Olan Webb (1 августа 2013 08:01)
One? day people will have to think like Mathematicians just to get through the day.
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