NARRATIVE TENSES (B1)

Narrative tenses

Narrative tenses are verb tenses that are used to talk about the past. They are often found in stories and descriptions of past events, such as personal anecdotes.

YOU CAN ALSO CLICK ON THIS LINK TO REVIEW TENSES:

http://www.englishpage.com/verbpage/simplepast.html

CAN YOU RECOMMEND OTHER WEB LINKS TO PRACTISE NARRATIVE TENSES?

Mª DOLORES RECOMMENDS THIS LINK

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Posted on November 23, 2012, in DOCTOR GRAMMAR. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. Nacho Belenguer

    is it possible to print all the presentation?
    I seem it`s very educational for understanding the difference between tenses.

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  2. I THINK SO. YOU ONLY HAVE TO TRY.
    CARMEN

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  3. THANK YOU, Mª DOLORES.
    DO YOU REGULARLY USE IT?
    CARMEN

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  4. María Dolores.

    Hi Carmen,
    I have found this page recently, I think that it’s useful for the student.

    See you!!

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