Present Simple Tense

- In case of preceded by the third person singular, the verb that changes in form is Verb to be and Verb to have

- In case we add es is the verb that ends in S, SS, Ch, Sh, O, X

- In case of the verb that ends in y, we change y into ies

Modal Verbs : May-might, Can-could, Will-would, Shall-should, Must. If these verbs are preceded by the third person singular, don’t conjugate it and don’t use the preposition "to"

- Besides these four captions above, if the verb is preceded by the third person singular just add S.

- Present Simple Tense: we use with facts, use with describing, use with repeatedly event​s.

- Adverb of frequency has two types: One word and Group word, it tells frequency of verb’s action.

- If it is One word, count from Always – Never, put it in the front of General verb and behind the helping verb such as: I don’t usually wash my motorbike.

- If it is Group word, put it at the end of the sentence such as: I go to school everyday.

Present Simple Continuous Tense

- State Verb: ​is the verb that doesn’t have any action such as: have, want, like, remember, believe, understand…

- Action Verb: ​is the verb that has action such as: eat, write, read…

- The verb that doesn’t have action can’t make as the Present Simple Continuous Tense ​​and Passive Voice.

- Gerund supports the verb that doesn’t have its own noun.

- Present Simple Continuous Tense: use for event that is happening while speaking that is short action, use for long event and must have time expression that mention to present, use for event that will happen in the exact future and there is time expression that mention to future (it is an arranged action), if it is not an arranged action just use will.

How to use Past Simple:

- We use past simple for the action that happened and finished in the past (it is not related to present) usually with time expression past meaning.

- We use past simple with the habit that usually did in the past. Usually with adverb of frequency

Present Continuous with future meaning and Articles

- How to use Present Continuous for future:

- ​Use when we have arranged something

- If we want to stress its meaning, add time expression (future meaning)

- Article

- A, An ​and The. After these three words, it must be noun.

- Indefinite Article: A, An. We don’t specify anything and we can only use with singular noun and equals to one.

- Singular noun comes from Countable Noun. Countable Noun has two types: Singular ​and Plural.

- We use A, An with singular noun.

- How to use the Indefinite Article A: We use a in front of noun or adjective that begins with consonant sound.

- How to use the Indefinite Article An: We use an in front of noun or adjective that begins with vowel sound.

- Definite Article: The ​is article that specifies something, we can use the with all kinds of nouns, but it doesn’t have meaning in Lao language.

- How to use the:

- ​We use the with noun that comes from nature and unique.

- ​We use the with buildings: buildings, architecture, monument, museum, ships

- ​​we use the when we mention the same noun more then once.

- ​​We can use the when we mention noun in the first time, if the speaker and the listener understand each other.

- ​​We use "the" with ordinal number

- ​​We use "the" with Superlative of Adjective

- ​​We don’t use the with people’s name, but we can use the with family tree.

- We don’t use the with region.
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