lõppes lähiminevikus ja väljendab _ I/You/We/They haven't visited them kogemust them/ spoken to them Example Sentence: He has fixed the He/She/It hasn't visited them/ spoken to light. She has broken the vase. He has them been side since Saturday. ? Have You/We/They visited them/ spoken to them? Has He/She/It visited them/ spoken to them? Past simple: + I/You/He/She/We/They visted friend Key words: yesterday, ago, last week, in last weekend 2012 I/You/He/She/We/They spoke English Millal kasutatakse: minevikus lõpetatud yesterday tegevus, üksteisele järgnevad tegevused minevikus. _ I/You/He/She/We/They did not vist my friends Example Sentence: father came home
(lihtolevik) He/she/it Speaks Does not speak Does they go? We/you/they Do not go Do not go Present Continuous I am speaking Am not speaking Am I speaking? (kestev olevik) He/she/it is going Is not going Is he going? We/you/they are making Are not making Are you making? Present Perfect I Have asked Have not asked Have I asked? (täisminevik) He/she/it Has gone Has not gone Has she gone? We/you/they Have made Have not made Have they made? Present Perfect I have been asking Have not been asking Have I been asking? Continuous (kestev He/she/it has been going Has not been going Has he been going?
They are building a new bridge in our town. 2. Changes happening around now. The population of the world is increasing fast. 3. Arrangements for the future. I am flying to Toronto next Friday. Negative form: We aren't (are not) working at the moment. I am not enjoying this show very much. Question form: Are they playing football in the park right now?Why is she laughing? Signal words: at the moment, now, right now, Listen!, Look! etc. PRESENT PERFECT (täisminevik) Form: have/has + past participle (3. põhivorm) Use: 1. An action in the past, where the fact, not the time, is important. I have been to England four times. 2. An action in the past that has a result now. She has lost her keys. 3. Something that began in the past and still continues now. He has been in hospital since Monday. Negative form: We haven't (have not) done our homework yet. He hasn't (has not) visited his granny since August.
capitalized on the availability of cheap timber. When the American iron industry caught up with Europe's by the mid-19th century, bridge building took the direction of composite pin-connected trusses, with sophisticated castings for joint blocks and compression members, and forged eyebars and wrought-iron rods for tension members, all fabricated to high tolerances. This allowed them to be assembled easily and inexpensively in the field by unskilled labour using simple tools and erection techniques. The system prevailed in the USA because that country lacked a skilled labour force, and the remoteness of many bridge sites hampered the use of sophisticated machinery or the shipping of large bridge parts over long distances. A spirited debate ensued between England and the former colony during the last quarter of the 19th century over which system was best: easily erected pin-connected trusses on the "American plan," or European-style riveted trusses
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