Present - day capitals of England and Scotland stand on or near these two ancient trade centres. For money the Celts used iron bars, until they began to copy the Roman coins they saw used in Gaul (France). According to the Romans, the Celtic men wore shirts and breeches (short trousers) and striped or checked cloaks fastened by a pin. It is possible that the Scottish dress and tartan developed from this cloak.
Present simple — negative Past Simple — negative I do not (don't) walk I did not (didn't) walk you do not (don't) walk you did not (didn't) walk he does not (doesn't) walk he did not (didn't) walk she does not (doesn't) walk she did not (didn't) walk it does not (doesn't) walk it did not (didn't) walk we do not (don't) walk we did not (didn't) walk they do not (don't) walk they did not (didn't) walk
Present day — half a dozen meanings: • the characteristic manner in which a writer expresses his ideas (Style of Byron) • the manner of expressing ideas characteristic of a literary movement or period (symbolism, romanticism) • the use of lg. typical of a literary genre (comedy, drama, novel) • the selective use of lg that depends on spheres of human activity.
Present - day England) A new wave of raids in the 980’s In 991 a decision to buy off the raiders – Danegeld A dangerous precedent Good money for just showing up Conquered England at the beginning of the millennium
Present - day landscape was shaped during the Ice Age. Ice sheet has carried large boulders and limestone blocks here, not to mention that the hilly terrain in Estonia was also shaped by the continental ice and the melting water.
Presentation systems on the market (Radar, ECS/ECDIS). The NIS 2002 MkII is prepared for connection to Long-Range systems like Inmarsat C. It has a user-friendlyinterface for plotting of other ships on a radar like display.
Present on perfect t h e i rd i a l o g u ei s f r o n to f t h e c l a s s n conunuous Answer Key 4 result/consequence pastactivity the present of a in thus perfect present 2 A: You haveyou looktired.
Present simple - past simple write(s)-wrote * present continuous- past continuous am/is/are writing-was/ were writing * present perfect- past perfect have/has written-had written * past simple- past perfect