Friday, November 16, 2012

Present perfect and simple future

November 16, 2012

Read the following questions and answers. Have you closed the doors and windows? No I haven’t closed the doors and windows yet. I will close them presently. Notes In British English, presently can mean ‘in a minute’. In American English, presently is only used to mean ‘at present’. Has he informed his parents? No, he […]

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