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This is how our TEFL graduates feel they have gained from their course, and how they plan to put into action what they learned:
The seven most common are as follows (not in any order of frequency):
1.The future simple e.g. I'll pick you up later.
2.The future continuous
e.g. I'll be getting on the train at five p.m.
3.The future perfect
e.g. I'll have finished my exams by Monday.
4.The future perfect continuous
e.g. He'll have been driving for two hours before he reaches Paris.
5.Be going + infinitive e.g. It's going to rain later.
6.The present simple
e.g. The train leaves platform five in ten minutes.
7. The present continuous
e.g. I'm meeting her for coffee tomorrow.I have learned that English has 12 different tenses. This unit focused on the present forms which are present simple, present continuous, present perfect and present perfect continuous. These are all for describing events that are happening now, started in the past and are continuing with or without a result. It shows how expressive the language is and the difficulties that non English speakers face. This unit also introduced that it is important to understand a student's error/mistake and steps to take in correcting them in a positive fashion.