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June 23, 2019
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To say that an activity will be in progress at a particular time in the future, we use the future continuous tense.
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When the verb in the main clause is in the past tense, we use a past tense in the subordinate clause as well.
In many subordinate clauses we use the present tenses to refer to the future.
When the verb in the main clause is in the future tense, we use a present tense in the subordinate clause to refer to future.
In conditional sentences, when the verb in the if-clause is in the simple present tense, we use will + infinitive in the main clause.
We use the past continuous to talk about a past event that was going on a particular time in the past.
The simple past is the normal tense for talking about the past. We use it when we don't have a special reason to use another tense.
We use the simple past to refer to shorter actions that happen in the middle of a longer action.
Some verbs are not normally used in the continuous form. Taste is one of them.
We use the simple past to talk about habitual past actions
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