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TO TALK by Mind Map: TO TALK

1. PAST

1.1. SIMPLE PAST

1.1.1. I talked/ I didn't talk/ Did you talk? ㅤ HE talked/ HE didn't talk/ Did he talk? ㅤ KEY WORDS: Yesterday, last week, last month. It shows an action that finished in the past

1.2. PAST CONTINUOUS

1.2.1. I was talking/ I wasn't talking/ Were you talking? ㅤ HE was talking/ HE wasn't talking/ Were he talking? ㅤ KEY WORDS: Last night, while. Should be used to refer to an action that was in progress in the past

2. PRESENT

2.1. SIMPLE PRESENT

2.1.1. I talk/ I don't talk/ Do i talk? ㅤ HE talk/ HE doesn't talk/ Does he talk? ㅤ KEY WORDS: Never, often, always. We use simple present to talk about habits in the present

2.2. PRESENT CONTINUOUS

2.2.1. I am talking/ I'm not talking/ I'm talking? HE is talking/ HE isn't talking/ HE is talking? ㅤ KEY WORDS: At the moment, now. The present continuous is used when the action is happening at the time of speech

2.3. PRESENT PERFECT

2.3.1. I have talked/ I haven't talked/ Have i talked? ㅤ HE has talked/ HE hasn't talked/ Has he talked? ㅤ KEY WORDS: For, since, never, always The present perfect is used when we express some action in the past that has repercussions in the present or still continues in the present.

3. FUTURE

3.1. FUTURE PERFECT

3.1.1. I will have talked/ I won't have talked/ Will i have talked? ㅤ HE will have talked/ HE won't have talked/ Will he have talked? ㅤ KEY WORDS: Lately, recently, for, since. It allows to describe an action that will be concrete and finalized at some distant moment. Therefore, it is uepsed to address the past at the certain point in the future

3.2. FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS

3.2.1. I will have been talking/ I won't have been talking/ Will i have been talking? ㅤ HE will have been talking/ HE won't have been talking/ Will he have been talking? ㅤ KEY WORDS: By the time, next day. Is a verbal tense used to indicate the continuation of actions that will be completed at certain time in the future

3.3. SIMPLE FUTURE

3.3.1. I will talk/ I won't talk/ Will i talk? ㅤ HE will talk/ HE won't talk/ Will he talk? ㅤ KEY WORDS: Tomorrow, next week, next month, next year. We can use the simple future to express some action that not be realize yet