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ACTIVE  VOICE
PRESENT
PAST
FUTURE
FUTURE IN THE PAST
SIMPLE
? DO, DOES + 1.
? DID+ 1.
SHALL , WILL + 1.
SHOULD, WOULD + 1.
ains .3.  +s, +es.
harjumusliku,
They learn  English  at 
They learned the  poem
They will learn  Latin
He said that he would
iseloomulikku tegevust
school.
yesterday .
in  2025.
learn Latin in 2025.
ja kindlat fakti.
Üldse
1. every week, always,
Last week, in 1998, 
tomorrow , when he 
often
this  morning , 2  hours  ago
goes  to the  university .
CONTINUOUS
kestvat tegevust 
We are  learning
He was  reading  a 
He will be learning
He said that he would
momendil
English   grammar  now,
detective story.
lesson 13.
be learning English 
at present.
grammar when his
BE + ING vorm
LOOKLISTEN !
1. This time yesterday
1. this time tomorrow
friends   came  at 6.p.m.
vastav aeg
2. when his  wife  came home
2. when our friends 
Parajasti ,               AT
come  to see us.
PERFECT
We have learned 
We had learned Spanish
Mr. A will have learned 
He said that  he would 
lõpetatud tegevust,
English 12 lessons.
English.
have learned English
HAVE + III
by 2014.
vastav aeg
1. alreadynever , ever, yet
1. by 1987
1. by 1991
Juba,                    BY
(eit. Küs.)
2.  before  he left for  South  America 2. before he goes  abroad .
2.  today , this week,  month
PERFECT CONTINUOUS
We have been learning 
By 06:15 we had been learning   By 7 p.m. We will have 
They said that by 7.30
kestvat tegevust perioodil
English grammar. 
English grammar for 15
been learnin English 
p.m. they would have
minutes.
grammar for an  hour .
been learning English
BE + ING vorm
1. for 30 minutes.
grammar for an hour.
For  Since
2. since 6 p.m.
Mõnda aega
For, since
English
V.Lumi, PTG, 2009
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