English Grammar -- Present Simple -- Negative Form -- Teacher Pay Overseas


http://www.teflonline.net This ITTT video examines the negative structure of the Present Simple tense. The positive and questions forms are covered in other videos. Negative: subject + auxiliary verb 'do' + not + base form of the verb I/You/We/They do not teach. He /She/It does not teach. It is always important to teach the contracted forms i.e. do not - don't, does - doesn't. In the negative form the auxiliary verb (also called the helping verb) doesn't has the s so the main verb doesn't need an s -- for example, He doesn't teach. ITTT's teaching courses equip graduates with the qualification and skills necessary to obtain teaching positions globally. Our graduates are in high demand because of the professional level of training and learning acquired on our courses. As a result of this our graduates are capable of earning a good wage. If you would like to find out more about our courses and what the rates for teacher pay can be overseas check out the link above. ///

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I can now see the trend between the simple/continuous/perfect/perfect continuous in all tenses (past, present and future). It is all making more sense now although conveying the reasoning behind their usages will be a challenge to learners of English. The going to future and present continuous tricked me a bit so I will have to continue working on examples of them both.as for me, this unit is the most confusing in terms of the tense system. There are a lot of different tenses that are quite similar. I stuck in “going to for future” and “presents continuous” tenses, they are seemed the same , but there are some differences. Based on teaching ideas that may really help to make everything clear by doing these exercises.

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