I swim! I am swimming! I like swimming!

Do you know the difference?  Many beginner students get confused when they see these three sentences. They look almost the same! To understand the difference you need to review your English grammar. (Download the PDF here)   I swim. This is the present...

Present Perfect Simple and Continuous

Present Perfect Simple Form: Subject + have/has + past participle We use the Present Perfect Simple Tense for life experience, unfinished states, to focus on the result of an activity, for recent “one-time” actions to name a few.  Here is a breakdown...
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