Hamide Orak
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must, cant, should,needn't,might,may,could & have

Must / Cant / Should / Needn’t / Might / May / Could Have; Expressing modals must have / cant’ have / should have / needn’t have / might have /may have /could have + past participle;

Verb tenses explained for primary-school parents | Present past and future tenses explained | TheSchoolRun:

What is verb tense? Verbs are words which express actions. The tense of a verb tells us the time when the action took place, in the past, the present or the future. Identifying verb tenses There are three main tenses: present, past and future.

This checklist includes a variety of strategies that the teacher can either teach through direct instruction, or display for their students to use on their own while reading a text. These strategies will help students ensure that they are comprehending everything in a text.

A variety of strategies - teach through direct instruction, or display for students to use on their own (while reading a text.) These strategies will help students ensure that they're comprehending everything in a text.

Present perfect explanation_basics

Many students do not understand the present perfect tense. Here is an infographic which should make the present perfect tense easier for students to understand.