1. Characterizing actions(habits, daily routine, permanent actions)
Present simple(temporary situations with statives)
2. Temporary situations(atm),repeated annoying actions.
Present cont.(dynamic verbs)
3. Actions which started in that past and still continues.
Present perfect II (stative) (for,since)
Present perfect cont.(dynamic)
a) definite time-PAST SIMPLE
b)indefinite time-PRESENT PERFECT I
2. Progressive actions (PAST CONT.)
Fully simultaneous actions, one in progress and other interrupts.
3. prior actions(vyke anksciau)
Past perfect, past perfect cont.
Found only in present-time context. Used to express:
a) single point action that will be completed in the future
b) an action occupying a whole period of time in the future
c) a succession of actions in the future
d) recurrent actions in the future(periodinis)
e) permanent future actions generally characterizing the person denoted
by the subject of the sentence.
a) to express an action which begins before a definite future moment, is in progress at that moment and continues for some time after it.
b) express an action which the speaker expects to take place in the future in the normal, natural course of events.
Future perfect(will have done)
Expresses an action accomplished before a given future moment.
Future Perfect continuous.
May be used to express an action which begins before a given moment and continues into it or up to it.
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