English Grammar -- Present Perfect Continuous -- Usage -- TESOL course
http://www.teflonline.net This video explores the usages of the Present Perfect Continuous -- the tense that relates past activities to the present. It implies that the activity is likely to continue in the future or that the activity was in progress for some length of time, or both. The first usage is to talk about an incomplete and ongoing activity, when we want to say how long it has continued. For example, "I have been teaching for ten years." It talks about an action that started in the past and is continuing now. The second usage is to describe recently finished activities that have present results. For example, "He is tired because he has been chopping trees." It is talking about an action that was continuing until very recently. The Present Perfect Continuous emphasizes the action or the activity not the result or the completed action. Gaining a TESOL certificate is the first step towards an exciting and rewarding experience teaching overseas. Our courses will give you the grounding you need to effectively teach the tense system and other grammar points. Visit our site by following the link above for more information on the right TESOL course for you. // Are you ready to live and teach abroad? Click here and get started today: https://www.teflcourse.net/?cu=YTDESCRIPTION
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The use of it, in fact, should always be calibrated and controlled by the teacher in order to completly fulfill the needs of his or her student.
above all information methods and techniques for teaching still we need to know to whom we are going to teach , for beginners , adults and children in this unit I read many good points useful in teaching.
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I appreciate this unit because it makes it clar what types of exams we need to use when teaching a class and the different uses for these test.
Also being able to look at an example of a test is great for reference and to understand what types of questions will be use.