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I play golf. Sam goes to guitar lessons.
I am watching a film. Briony is moving to Leeds.
We get up late every day. - We are just getting up.
She worked in Seattle last week. We had a shower.
At 8 o'clock Jane was doing her homework.
We went to the cinema yesterday. - We were going to the cinema when we met Sue.
I will study at Oxford.
He will be mending his car.
I think we will lie on the beach. - This time tomorrow we will be lying on the beach.
Present perfect tenses:
Ann has known me for more than two years.
I have been playing tennis since I was 6 years old.
We have tried to contact him several times. - We have been trying to contact him since the morning.
Past perfect tenses:
Before I entered the house, I had rung the bell.
Last summer we had been renovating our house for two years.
It had started to rain before they left their house. - It had been raining for some time before they left their house.
Future perfect tenses:
Sarah will have written her book by the end of this year.
In June we will have been travelling around the world for five months.
I will have decorated my room by Friday. - I will have been decorating my room for a week by Friday.
Going to + will + present tenses:
Going to: I am going to buy a new house. Be careful! You are going to fall.
Will: I think I'll go on holiday in July.
Present simple for future: The train leaves at 3.35.
Present continuous for future: I am leaving on Monday.
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