Hi teachers,

Which one is a good tittle? Is there a better one?

Information to consider: below the tittle are a few examples in simple past and the grammar rule to for it.

a) Simple Past Questions About Actions.

b) The Simple Past: Questions about Actions.

a) Simple Past Questions About Possession.

b) The Simple Past: Questions about Possession.

Thanks in advance
I prefer the format of the b)'s.

CJ

By the way, you absolutely have to stop spelling title as tittle. Emotion: smile The first syllable of your spelling of it evokes a certain (undesired) reaction from native speakers. See especially definition 2 here:

http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/tit

CJ
Hi CalifJim,

Thank you very much for you reply. I really need it for the different tenses and question words.Emotion: smile

CalifJimBy the way, you absolutely have to stop spelling title as tittle.
So sorry. I'll never do it again.Emotion: embarrassed Emotion: shake

Could the same thing be for these titles?

The Present Progessive: Affirmative

The Present Progressive: Negative

etc.

Best regards

TS
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Yes. In effect, what you have is a title and a subtitle. Each title is the name of a tense in English. Each subtitle is a usage. If you are consistent with this pattern, you should be OK.

CJ
CalifJimIf you are consistent with this pattern, you should be OK.
I will be consistent for sure. I'll use it with all the tenses.

Thank you very much for this one too.Emotion: wink

Best Regards.

TS