MY ENGLISH LIFE

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MY ENGLISH LIFE by Mind Map: MY ENGLISH LIFE

1. PAST CONTINOUS

1.1. WAS/WERE+PRESENT PARTICIPE

1.1.1. AFFIRMATIVE

1.1.1.1. You were singing He was singing

1.1.2. NEGATIVE

1.1.2.1. You weren't snging He wasn't singing

1.1.3. INTERROGATIVE

1.1.3.1. Were you singing? Was he singing?

2. FUTURE

2.1. WILL+VERB

2.1.1. AFFIRMATIVE

2.1.1.1. You will help He will help

2.1.2. NEGATIVE

2.1.2.1. You will not help He will not help

2.1.3. INTERROGATIVE

2.1.3.1. Will you help him later? Will he help me right now?

2.2. VERB TO BE+GOING TO+VERB

2.2.1. AFFIRMATIVE

2.2.1.1. You are going to leave He is going to leave

2.2.2. NEGATIVE

2.2.2.1. You are not going to leave He is not going to leave

2.2.3. INTERROGATIVE

2.2.3.1. Are you going to leave? Is he going to leave?

3. PAST SIMPLE

3.1. VERB+ED OR IRREGULAR VERB

3.1.1. AFFIRMATIVE

3.1.1.1. You waited He waited

3.1.2. NEGATIVE

3.1.2.1. You didn't wait He didn't wait

3.1.3. INTERROGATIVE

3.1.3.1. Did you wait? Did he wait?

4. PRESENT PERFECT

4.1. HAS/HAVE + PAST PARTICIPE

4.1.1. AFFIRMATIVE

4.1.1.1. You have been He has been

4.1.2. NEGATIVE

4.1.2.1. You haven't been He hasn't been

4.1.3. INTERROGATIVE

4.1.3.1. Have you been? Has he been?

5. PRESENT SIMPLE

5.1. VERB +S/ES IN THIRD PERSON

5.1.1. AFFIRMATIVE

5.1.1.1. You run He runs

5.1.2. NEGATIVE

5.1.2.1. You do not run He do not runs

5.1.3. INTERROGATIVE

5.1.3.1. Do you run? Does you run?

6. PRESENT CONTINOUS

6.1. VERB TO BE + PRESENT PARTICIPE

6.1.1. AFFIRMATIVE

6.1.1.1. You are speaking He is speaking

6.1.2. NEGATIVE

6.1.2.1. You are not speaking He is not speaking

6.1.3. INTERROGATIVE

6.1.3.1. Are you speaking? Is he speaking?

7. USED TO

7.1. USED TO+VERB

7.1.1. EXAMPLES

7.1.1.1. I used to live in Paris. Sam and Mary used to go to Mexico in the summer. You used to play the piano.

8. ACTIVE AND PASSIVE

8.1. EXAMPLES

8.1.1. ACTIVE

8.1.1.1. The professor teaches the sudents. Jonh washes the dishes.

8.1.2. PASSIVE

8.1.2.1. The students are taught by the professor. The dishes are washed by John.