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Grammar Morocho and Yaguache

Grammar Morocho and Yaguache

Present Usage, Form and Examples

PRESENT PERFECT

PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS

Like

Want

Would like

Would rather

It is used to refer to actions that began in the past and continue in the present. It is made up of two elements: the auxiliary verb to have in the present and the "past participle" of the verb

Examples:

We have lived in this house for over fifteen years.

He has never been to Cayambe.

It is used when you want to highlight an action, which started in the past and is still going on. It is made by subject plus have or has, plus been, plus the verb with ending ing.

The difference is that the present perfect continuous emphasizes the action in progress, while the present perfect sees it as finished.

Examples:

I have been working hard for five months.

It's been raining since January.

It is used to talk about tastes and preferences, or things that the subject of the sentence appreciates. EXAMPLES:

I like strawberry ice cream.

I'm studying English, I like to learn languages.

It is used to talk about wishes and needs, and to give advice. Also, it is be very similar to like. EXAMPLES:

I want a free time to relax.

He wants perfect notes to easily pass the level.

It is used to make a polite offer or to express wants. It is followed by an infinitive verb or a noun. Because “would” is a modal verb, it doesn't change for he / she “third-person singular”. EXAMPLES:

We wouldn't like to fail the level.

I would like to pass the level fast.

It is used to express a preference for an activity. Would rather is very common in spoken English and is often abbreviated to 'd rather. It is used in this form with all personal pronouns: I'd / you'd / he'd / she'd / we'd / they'd rather. EXAMPLES:

I would rather take the online classes in the afternoon than in the morning.

You'd rather learn English than Math.

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publish time: 2021-03-22
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