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TESOL Videos - Conditionals and Reported Speech - What Are Conditionals?
This video is the first video of our series on conditionals and reported speech. The conditionals are commonly referred to as "if" sentence structure speaking about if this happens then that happens.
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UNIT 4 : THE PRESENT TENSES Present Simple Present Continuous Present Perfect Present Perfect continuous Generally, Unit 4 is about the present tenses which is one part of the English language that challenges students. Reading through this unit, i learned that the present tense is grouped under 4 major categories as mentioned above. In order to make the teaching and learning process easier, the form and usage of the present tenses must be mastered by the teacher. Form: Its either positive or negative and question. The form carries fundamental roles which reveals grammatical points. for example; -present continuous:affirmative (subject + aux verb \"be\" +verb + ing), negative (subject + aux verb \"be\" + not + verb + ing), question ( aux verb \"be\" + subject + verb + ing) -Present perfect : affirmative (subject + aux verb \"have\" + past participle), negative ( subject + aux verb \"have\" + not + past participle), question ( aux verb \"have\" + subject + past participle) -Present Simple: Affirmative ( subject + base form [+ s/es]), negative ( subject + aux verb \"do\" + not + base form), Question (aux verb \"do\" + subject + base form). -Present perfect continuous: Affirmative (subject + aux verb \"have\" + been + verb + ing), negative (subject + aux verb \"have\" + not + been + verb + ing), question ( aux verb \"have\" + subject + been + verb + ing) If the teach