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Sposoby wyrażania teraźniejszości w języku angielskim

Mówiąc o teraźniejszości używamy następujących form:

Present Simple (I forma / I forma + ...s)

I live in Karpacz. My name is Robert.

Every morning I listen to the radio.

London is the capital of great Britain.

I like summer and sunshine.

Present Continuous (am / are / is +

I'm reading a newspaper now.

He's working a lot these days.

Your English is improving.

Present Perfect (have / has + III forma / ...ed)

Marta has lived in Wrocław since the beginning of her studies.

Present Perfect Continuous (have / has been +

It has been raining since morning.

Sposoby wyrażania przeszłości w języku angielskim

Mówiąc o przeszłości używamy następujących form:

Past Simple (II forma / ...ed)

Our English course started last month.

Past Continuous (was / were +

Yesterday at 6 we were watching a programme about learning English.

I was doing an English exercise when my mobile phone rang.

It was a beautiful day, the sun was shining...

Present Perfect (have / has + III forma / ...ed)

I've lost my keys; now I can't get into my house.

Ania isn't at home because she's just gone to her English class.

I'm not hungry because I've already had dinner.

The English course hasn't started yet.

Tomek has never had a car accident.

Present Perfect Continuous (have / has been +

I'm tired because I've been swimming for an hour.

Past Perfect (had + III forma / ...ed)

I couldn't get into my house yesterday because I had lost my keys.

Ania wasn't at home because she'd just gone to her English class.

I wasn't hungry because I'd already had dinner.

Past Perfect Continuous (had been +

I was tired because I had been working all day.

Used to / would

My grandfather used to / would smoke a lot when he was young, but now he doesn't smoke at all.

There used to be a football stadium; now there's a supermarket.

Sposoby wyrażania przyszłości w języku angielskim

Mówiąc o przyszłości używamy następujących form:

Future Simple (will + base form)

A: It's very hot ih here. B: OK, I'll open the window.

I think Kasia will pass her English exam; she's a good student.

I promise I'll call you as soon as I arrive.

I won't speak to you if you do it once again.

Your bag is heavy; I'll help you.

Will you help me do my English homework?

Future Continuous (will be +

Tomorrow at 9 we'll be writing our FCE exam.

I'll be going to town in the afternoon. Do you want anything?

Future Perfect (will have + ...ed)

I will have finished my English asignment by tomorrow evening.

Future Perfect Continuous (will have been +

In June I will have been learning English for three years.

Going to

I'm going to buy a new car.

It's going to rain; look at those black clouds.

Present Simple

the train leaves at 8:20.

Present Continuous

I'm starting my english course tomorrow.