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Business communication is important so that you can deliver the right products and services to customers. When there is interference in communication, the business could p…otentially lose money.
ENGLISH TENSES EXPLAINED by a NATIVE Speaker ________________________________________ *to Explain the tenses in English- huge, confusing words do not need to be used. A si…mple chart and explanations is all that is needed. **Also important to note- pick either British English or American English (terms) and use just the one. We (American) English use different terms and this can confuse people. My chart and system uses the following 'terms'. (PAST/PRESENT/FUTURE) -Simple -Continuous -Perfect -Perfect Continuous PRESENT 1)Present SIMPLE- I drive to work. I eat breakfast. I enjoy movies. -THIS tense is what I teach as simple facts or things in general. 2)Present Continuous- I am teaching. I am writing. I am drinking. -This tense can be broken down into 3 important parts... a) NOW!! I am explaining the tenses. b) Around now!! I am writing a book. I am painting my house. (think of this as things you are doing in your life, but not necessarily this second.) c) FUTURE with FUTURE word! I am teaching in Berlin NEXT WEEKEND. 3) Present PERFECT- I have been to Berlin. I have eaten sushi. -This tense is concerned only with experiences. Things you HAVE done. **does not care when or how... just think of 'IF'... 4) Present PERFECT CONTINUOUS- I have been running. I have been eating. -This tense is used to describe your current state because of things you have been doing... *You are tired NOW, because you HAVE BEEN running. *You are full NOW, because you HAVE BEEN eating. PAST 1) Past SIMPLE- I drove to work. I ate breakfast. I enjoyed that movie. -THIS tense (like present SIMPLE) is facts- just in the past. 2) Past CONTINUOUS- I was teaching. I was writing. I was drinking. -THIS tense is concerned with what you were DOING at a certain time in the past! **I was teaching the tenses yesterday at 1:00pm. 3) Past PERFECT- I HAD eaten sushi. I HAD washed my car. -THIS tense is concerned with the PAST in the PAST. It wants to express 2 past actions. **I HAD eaten sushi, before Bill came over with a pizza. **I HAD washed my car before we drove to Berlin in the rain. **Think of it as things you DID before something else happened. 4) Past PERFECT CONTINUOUS- I had been eating sushi. I had been washing my car. -THIS tense is concerned with longer situations in the past. Think of it as things you HAD BEEN DOING (You were DONE already) when another action happened. **I HAD been washing my car when it started to rain. ** I HAD been eating sushi when Bill came over with a pizza. SPECIAL NOTE** Past Continuous and Past Perfect Continuous seem similar at first- just keep in mind- CONTINUOUS is for what you were doing when something else happened… and PERFECT CONTINUOUS is for what you already DID when another past action happened. FUTURE 1) Future SIMPLE- I WILL eat a pizza tomorrow. I WILL try hard in tonight's game. -THIS tense is concerned with future 'facts'. 2) Future CONTINUOUS- I WILL be eating a pizza at 5:00 pm tomorrow. I WILL be trying hard in tonight's game. -THIS tense is concerned with what you WILL be doing at a certain time in the future. **these cases seem similar right now with the examples given. BUT- think of them as what you will DO (simple)… and what you will be DOING (Continuous). **SPECIAL NOTE: in the first case (simple)- visualize 2 friends sitting at a table TALKING about pizza and the game tomorrow. IN the second case (continuous) visualize the guy holding the pizza and eating it tomorrow/ visualize the guy running around playing the game hard tomorrow. 3) Future PERFECT- I WILL have eaten a pizza by 5 tomorrow. I WILL have played baseball by 7 o'clock tomorrow. -This tense is concerned with THE PAST in the FUTURE. Think about tomorrow and think of what you will HAVE DONE by a later time in the future. This is Future Perfect. 4) Future PERFECT CONTINUOUS- I WILL HAVE BEEN eating a pizza for 30 minutes by 5:00 (indicates you started at 4:30pm). I WILL HAVE BEEN playing baseball for 2 hours by 7:00pm (indicates you started the game at 5:00pm). -This tense is concerned with duration or how long you WILL HAVE BEEN DOING something in the future. *** The English tenses can seem difficult and a bit overwhelming. They are not so bad if you keep it simple and use this formula. There are only 12 tenses in the language. Each time PAST/PRESENT/FUTURE and within each time 1) SIMPLE 2) CONTINUOUS 3) PERFECT 4) PERFECT CONTINUOUS Of course there are going to be variations and confusion about certain similarities (meaning 2 different tenses can express the same thing). That is a fact. However, do not concern yourself with this fact and unless you are planning on being a GRAMMAR expert- also do not concern yourself with too fancy of words and concepts. ONCE this simple set of uses is learned and used- you will find yourself naturally using the tenses in all their varieties in various circumstances. IT is also very important to not overly confuse yourself by mixing the terms between BRITISH and AMERICAN ENGLISH. (We use 'continuous'- they use "progressive'). I recommend picking one style and using it, which ever style is more comfortable and easier to learn is the one I would choose. NOW- to practice these tenses- make up scenarios for yourself and use: YESTERDAY/TODAY/TOMORROW- as your guide. Pick 2 verbs… (1- regular and 1- irregular) and imagine scenarios and get to work… SPECIAL note: REGULAR VERBS- "verbs like "to look"-( in past simple- "looked') IRREGULAR VERBS- "verbs like "to eat"- (in past simple- "ate") Unfortunately- Irregular verbs just have to be learned and memorized. The verbs of Germanic languages ( like English) properly have only two tenses: the present and the preterite. All other tenses, such as the future or the perfect, are relatively modern forms constructed with the aid of an auxiliary verb plus the infinitive or participle. They are named by analogy to Latin tenses. So: The simple present tense in English is mostly reserved for customary behavior: I go to the doctor once a year, I serve fish on Friday, I open beer bottles with my teeth. Ordinarily, the "progressive present" made from the present of to be and the present participle is used where other languages use the simple present, e.g. I am going to the doctor now, or I am serving fish today. Exceptions: Verbs that take the simple present, without auxiliary, are the verb to be and it's relatives like seem and appear and remain, and those verbs that involve possession e.g. I have a car, I keep a mistress, I hold a royal flush; or mental states, emotional conditions and tactile experiences e.g. I love you, I believe it, I see your point, I feel a breeze. That's the hard part. The rest is easy. The preterite is the simple past, e.g I went home. The "imperfect," for customary, repeated or continuous action in the past, has the auxiliary "to be" plus the present participle e.g. I was going home; or is constructed from "used to" plus the infinitive e.g. I used to play hockey. The "perfect" is made from the present of the auxiliary to have, or sometimes to be, plus the past participle. It indicates action completed in the past, e.g. I have been there, He is come (archaic). The "pluperfect" is made from the preterite of the auxiliary plus the participle, and is used for action completed before some time in the past, e.g. I had left by the time they arrived. The "future" is made from the subjunctive ( no -s in the 3rd person) of the auxiliary will (or shall for the first persons I and we ) plus the infinitive, e.g. I will come tomorrow, We shall see about that, He will regret it. The "future perfect" is made from the auxiliary will ( no -s in the 3rd person) plus the auxiliary infinitive have or be and the past participle, and is used for action completed in the future, e.g. Tomorrow he will have been here for a year. Whew. And that is just the indicative mood! The other moods are the conditional and the subjunctive (obsolescent).
Could puting a smaller battery in a 1995 Volvo 850 cause the dash lights not to come on as well as other electrical items being messed up. If yes maybe you can explain how and why this happens. Thanks?
The only prescription drug that would cause a positive result for THC is called Marinol (or drabinol). I took it for years when I had cancer. It actually is "marijuana in a pi…ll".
For a food chain it means that every organism within an ecosystem provides energy for other organisms and food chains are a way of showing a step by step sequence of who eats …whom in an ecosystem. Pyramid of numbers can ve drwn by counting the number of organisms at each trophic level in an ecosystem. When these numbers are then represented on a vertical graph, with the volume of each level representing the number of organisms at that level, the graph sometimes takes on a the general shape of a pyramid.
What happens if you choose a padlocked wifi spot on Pokemon soul silver gts and please could you explaine how to get conected to that wireless spot thanks?
The "padlocked" wireless spots are secured networks that local residents/businesses have. You cannot access them without the password that those residents/businesses set up fo…r their system. You have to log into your own wireless network via a router or go to a Nintendo wifi hotspot. You can find out where the hotspots are near you at nintendowifi.com
Could you please explain why disciplinary action should not be taken against you for your incessant absence from work for the past few weeks without permission?
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Encryption software secures your private data to ensure that it is safe and protected. Important information such as credit card numbers and other personal information is encr…ypted to ensure that it does not fall into the wrong hands.
A sky viewing card is a card that is programed to give you certain cable or satilite channels. The sky card is place in a skybox that reads it and allow you only the viewing o…f the channels that are programed on it.
Also known as ARM,an adjustable rate mortgage has an intrest that fluxuates or changes. It is limited and regulated by the federal government. == A mortgage is a type of r…eal estate loan. The note describing an ARM (adjustable-rate mortgage) is a written agreement between a lender and a borrower for the extension of credit secured by real property; in the agreement, the amount borrowed is the principal, for which the lender charges the borrower some usury in the form of interest. The interest is a percentage premium assessed against any unpaid balance, and added thereto for the computation of debt and repayment. In a fixed-rate mortgage, the rate of interest does not change, regardless what happens with interest rates in the outside economy. A fixed-rate mortgage is generally preferred as a hedge against future interest-rate increases over the duration of the mortgage, which can be devastating if rates increase early in the mortgage; however, convertible mortgages and refinance options may exist that make an ARM worth the additional risk. An adjustable-rate is ordinarily tied to some common rate at which credit is extended to lenders: usually, variable or adjustable interest is tied to the "Prime Lending Rate" and is expressed by a simple formula. For instance, "Prime plus 2" indicates an interest rate 2 percentage points higher than the Prime Rate; however, not every loan uses the *same* Prime Rate (and there are quite a few, and they're different, so know which one is being used for the computation *before* you sign). An ARM usually offers an initial rate at least 4 points lower than a FRM; this encourages over-borrowing (a greater principal can be borrowed for the same initial payment, or get the same principal for a lower initial payment). Borrowers in ARM mortgages are betting that interest rates will not increase during the repayment period, or gambling that their financial situation (net income) will improve at least 6 times as fast as interest rates are increased, in order to avoid losing money. In other words, each 1 percent hike in the interest rate should be accompanied by a 6 percent increase in net income or, for most people, a 10-11 percent increase in gross income. Interest rates are now at all-time lows, so they pretty much have only one way to go -- and that is UP! Interest rates could very easily soar 15 points in a single year, and may increase more quickly than that: what are the odds that, in the next 5 years, your service will be so dear to your employer that it is willing to boost your pay 150-165 percent (meaning your gross pay is 2.5-2.65 times what it was at the beginning of the year) each year? On the other hand, unscrupulous lenders have taken to hiking the rates on FRMs in order to cut their losses. If there is any way that you can avoid a mortgage, you should do that unless the alternative is greatly more expensive than an FRM. When calculating the costs of the FRM, don't forget to add-in some for utilities (where applicable) and maintenance costs that you wouldn't otherwise incur, and any additional costs for transportation, etc. It is unwise to borrow money on anything that doesn't make more for you in return than it costs -- meaning, obviously, that the two biggest debts most people take on (housing and automotive) are the two things on which they should NEVER have borrowed any money at all. If you've got the credit to borrow 100k or 400k or 2M -- whatever -- pool that with people you trust, and start a small business that will give you housing and an income, but don't throw your money away on a house or a car (or a boat, plane, etc).
The best way to understand them is to see how the index laws work with division. x a / x b = x a-b : that is the rule. Now let b = a. So the left hand side (LHS) is x a /…x a = 1 since any number divided bu itself is 1. And the right hand side (RHS) = x a-a = x 0 So you have x 0 = 1. Next, suppose that a = 0 then LHS = x 0 /x b which we now know is 1/x b while RHS = x 0-b = x -b So that x -b = 1/x b
Is the man who is in the cabin speaking gailic ian or silas? is the man by the tree ian or silas? were both twins crazy, but one crazy with greed, the other driven mad b…y his brother? is the shirt silas wears the entire time the shirt of george? it has that hole and stains. Do you think they should try to remake this one? i loved silas played by charlton heston, but the movie swore too much and i despised the main actor.
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