English Grammar - Other Future Forms - TEFL

 

http://www.teflcourse.net In a previous grammar video we looked at the future simple, future continuous, future perfect and future perfect continuous. In this video we look at three other forms used for talking about the future. These are the 'going to' future, the present continuous and the present simple. The 'going to' future: Subject + verb to be "am/is/are" + going to + base verb. It is used for intentions/things decided upon before speaking as in: "I'm going to teach English in Korea next year". The 'going to' future is also used when making predictions with evidence. The present continuous: Subject + verb to be "am/is/are" + present participle. This is used to talk about future arrangements that we might have such as: "I'm starting a TEFL course next month", this is saying that the course is paid for and the start date has been set. The present simple: Subject + base verb. This is used to talk about scheduled or timetabled events in the future such as: "The first class starts at 11am". The future tenses are just one part of the grammar covered in our TEFL course. If you are interested in taking one of our courses, either online or at a training centre, please check the link above. Are you ready to live and teach abroad? Click here and get started today: https://www.teflcourse.net/?cu=YTDESCRIPTION


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Past tenses help give a more clear image of the time that an action taking place. By breaking down sentences, we can identify what is past simple, past continuous, past perfect and past perfect continuous. Students that have an understanding of past tenses will better understand time frames in English.This unit tells us about modal auxilary verbs: may, might, need to, must, have to, have got to, should or ought to, can, could, be able to and would. All of them have specific reasons to use. Also there is mentioned Passive voice. A teacher needs to know the different between Active and Passive voices.