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Summary: Juridisch Engels

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  • Tenses

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  • The subcategories of a tense are?

    a) simple
    b) continues 
    c) perfect
  • Which tense can you recognise in the following sentence; I improve my English.

    Present simple.
    It describes an action or state that occurs on regular basis or that is always true. 
  • Which tense can you recognise in the following sentence: I will improve my English.

    Future simple.
    It refers to an action or condition that will begin and end in the future. 
  • Which tense can you recognise in the following sentence: We were neglecting our Dutch.

    Past continuous.
    The action takes place in the past but it's ongoing within that timeframe. 
  • Which tense can you recognise in the following sentence: I have improved my English.

    Present perfect.
    It ended at a specific moment but is still connected to the present. 
  • Which tense can you recognize in the following sentence: we had neglected our Dutch,(but on a road trip we still tried to speak it)

    Past perfect.
    It happened (meaning: started and ended) before the present. 
  • Which tense can you recognize in the following sentence: I will have improved my English (long before I start studying in the UK).

    Future perfect
    Used for actions that will be completed at (or before) some other point in the future. 
  • Which tense do you recognize in the following sentence: I have been improving my English (for at least ten years now).

    Present perfect continuous.
    A process that started somewhere in the past and that is still continuous. 
  • Which tense do you recognize in the following sentence: we had been neglecting our Dutch (for years when we finally went back to Holland).

    Past perfect continuous.
    A process that started somewhere in the past, without a specific end to it. 
  • Which tense do you recognize in the following sentence: (in January)I will have been neglecting my Dutch (for four years).

    Future perfect continuous.
    Describes a topicality that will continue up to (or until) a point in the future. (progressive

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