Sometimes you need to give ideas about what you think happened in a past event, including the reasons why. In this post, I’m going to give you some help to speculate about the past.
Today’s video is about talking about experiences using the present perfect tense and simple past tense. Finding out if you have common experiences is a great way to make friends.
YouTube is an excellent way to learn English in small clips from popular movies. Here are a couple of examples. Don’t be afraid to repeat the clips over and over.
High Fidelity – “I haven’t seen Evil Dead 2 yet.”
Present perfect and the adverb ‘yet’.
Speed – “There’s a bomb on a bus.”
Practice with the simple present and zero conditional.