Verb Tense Review

What’s the difference between the Future Perfect Tense, and the Simple Future Tense?

Students and teachers alike become confused with questions like this.

We have provided some free material to refer to and refresh your memory. There is a consice reference chart with examples of 13 common tenses. There is an exercise, as well as an answer sheet, These are all printable. To see the tenses in action, there is a video.To download the free printable chart, exercise and answers:

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Before doing the exercise, view the video:

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