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English Course - Perfect Tenses (Upper-Intermediate Level)

Learn how to use perfect tenses to discuss time ìn English with this free online upper-intermediate grammar course.

Publisher: Advance Learning
This course shows how to use perfect tenses in English. Perfect tenses are used to link two points in time and describe certain events that occurred before a time in the past, present or future. We outline the correct forms of perfect tenses using examples, exercises and audio recordings of native English speakers. Sign up to enhance your English skills and get to grips with the perfect tense as we lay out its rules step by step.
English Course - Perfect Tenses (Upper-Intermediate Level)
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This English course introduces you to the present perfect tense. We explain how to use the present perfect tense and its common time-related phrases to link previous actions to the present. We establish how the past perfect tense can link a time in the past with a further time in the past before showing you how the future perfect links two points in the future.

The course provides useful descriptive phrases called ‘collocations’ that are made up of words that often appear together. We also teach you phrases that describe achievements. We demonstrate how to use the present perfect simple and present perfect continuous tenses to link the past and present. Finally, you offer some helpful tips to help you improve your English pronunciation skills.

Perfect tenses are useful for linking events in the past, present and future. This grammar course teaches you how to use them properly. We use interactive learning content to make the learning process enjoyable, and our audio recordings of native English speakers are perfect for improving your listening and pronunciation skills. Take this course to keep your English learning journey moving forward.

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