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2022-02-13 08:13:59 busy.
17. should have + V3/ed
• use should have/shouldn’t have to
talk about regrets, or criticize past
actions.
• I told you not to do that. You should
have listened to me.
• They shouldn’t have invested so
much in one area of the business.
18. INVERSION WITH ADVERBIAL PHRASES

INVERSION WITH ADVERBIAL
PHRASES
No sooner... than
Not only…, (but) also
Not until…
Such… that…
So + adjective… that
Only when (+subject + verb), (inverted verb form)
Only + clause
Only by (+ing)…
Hardly… when…
Never…
Little…
19.
• Ex. No sooner had I arrived at the station than
the train came. (=I arrived and then the train
came right after me) note! did I arrive also
possible to use?
• Ex. Not only did he forget about my birthday,
but he also didn’t apologize for that.
• Ex. Not until I got home did I realize that my
the wallet was missing.
• Ex. Such was a beautiful day that we couldn’t
stay at home. / So beautiful was the day that
we couldn’t stay at home.
• Ex. Only when I filled my glass did I realize that
it was broken.
20.
• Ex. Only by working hard, we can succeed.
• Ex. Hardly had I got into bed when the
telephone rang.
• Ex. Never had she seen such a beautiful place
before.
• Ex. Little did he know about what happened. #Grammar #IELTS

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2022-02-13 08:13:59 1. Narrative Tenses
Past Simple
Past Continuous
Past Perfect
Past Perfect Continuous
USED TO/WOULD
COULD/WAS ABLE
TO/SUCCEED IN/MANAGED TO
PAST MODALS
2. Past Simple
• An action in the past in the specific time (last
month, 6 months ago and etc.)
• For a single repeated action in the past: I went
to work by bus every day.
• Use when you tell about the main event or
the sequence of events happened one after
another
Ex.: I picked up the children from the school and
drove to the supermarket. Later we altogether
made the wonderful dinner.
3. Past Continuous
• To describe the scene or a background
to a story (use words: when, while)
• Ex. I was having the shower when
suddenly somebody knocked on the door.
• activities or situations that were in
progress when another action took
place
We were discussing the final question
when my computer broke down.
4. Past Perfect Simple
• Past actions that took place before
the main past events in a story
Ex. I arrived at the office and I
realized that I had left the stove
turned on.
Ex. He looked everywhere but he
couldn’t find the book he had
promised to lend to his friend.
5. Past Perfect Continuous
• Past actions in progress that took
place before the main past events in
a story
• Ex. He didn’t hear the phone,
because he had been reading.
• Ex. He was tired in the evening
because he had been working all day
in the garden.
6.
Cris’s car crashed because
he was driving too fast and
he had drunk a lot of wine
before the accident.
7. Used to + verb
• Habits and states that took place in the past
but do not happen or exist now
• Use when time is not specified: when I was
younger, in my childhood, many years ago…
• Ex. I used to have very long hair. (Now I have
short hair)
• Ex. He used to live in the USA when he was 10.
(Now he lives in Spain)
• Ex. I used to have problems with my
computer. (repeated actions)
8. STATES: USE ONLY WITH USED TO + verb
9. Examples:
• + I used to travel when I was
younger.
• - I didn’t use to travel when I was
younger.
• Did you use to travel …?
10. Would + verb
• Habits that took place in the past but do not
happen now. (nostalgia)
• Ex. When I was young, I would sit in the park
drinking a cup of coffee.
DO NOT USE WOULD with a state!
I used to like Madonna. NOT I would like
Madonna
! If you describe a sequence of habitual events,
use used to + verb for the first verb, and then
would to the subsequent verb.
11. COULD or WAS/WERE ABLE TO
• the possibility of doing something in the past
• the ability or inability (not succeeding in
something) in the past
Ex. I could swim when I was younger. (ability,
NOT success)
I was able to ride a horse.
He couldn’t remember her name.
They weren’t able to finish their work by
that time.
12. USE ONLY! WAS/WERE ABLE TO
• to talk about success in achieving
something at a specific time in the
past.
Ex. I was able to reach him by phone.
I couldn’t reach him by phone.
(NOT I could reach him)
We were able to get to the top of
the mountain.
13. MANAGE TO/SUCCEED IN
• ability or success in achieving (or not
achieving) something at a specific time in
the past
I managed to do everything which was
planned.
I succeeded in contacting him at once.
I didn’t manage to + infinitive
I didn’t succeed in + gerund
14. MUST/HAVE TO
MUST in the past -> HAD TO
use when there is a necessity to do
something at a specific time in the
past
Ex. I had to leave the meeting earlier.
Did you have to leave the meeting
earlier?
15. could/may/might have + V3/ed

could/may/might have + V3/ed
use could have/may have/might have to
talk about possible actions of imagined
past events.
If you hadn’t told me the direction, I
could have been/might have been lost.
use couldn’t have to talk about
impossible things.
His car wasn’t outside. He couldn’t have
been at home.
16. must have + V3/ed
• use must have + past
participle to express a
deduction/speculation about
something in the past
• Ex. He didn’t answer me. He
must have been very
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When to use SINGULAR verb while speaking #Grammar #IELTS

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