English Grammar Expressions Of Time
Learn English Expressions Of Time Grammar

Grammar Level 2- Lesson Sixteen

In this grammar lesson, you learn about Expressions Of Time in English and how to use it in your English conversation and writing. Just follow examples and write them down a few times to learn them very well. After finishing this lesson, you should work on its quiz.

Grammar Recap

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Expressions of Time

Past
Present
Future
yesterday
today
tomorrow
last week
this week
next week
an hour ago
now
in an hour
recently
as we speak
soon
a little while ago
at this moment
in the near future
a long time ago
these days
way off in the future
in the past
nowadays
eventually
this morning
at this time
later this evening
Memorize as many expressions as you can

Time expressions usually go at the end or at the beginning of a sentence:

Yesterday I went to school.

I went to school yesterday.

This week I’m going to New York.

I’m going to New York this week.

Other popular time expressions:

In the morning

When I wake up in the morning, I like to drink coffee.

What do you drink in the morning?

during the day

During the day, they go to school .

What do you do during the day?

at night

The stars and the moon come out at night.

Most people sleep at night, but cats usually stay out late.

in the afternoon

In the afternoon, I come home from school and do my homework.

 

Using time expressions with the correct verb tense will improve your English:

– Last week I went to the movies. (past tense. )

– This week I’m working early in the morning. (present continuous tense to describe the entire week)

– Next week I’m going to take a trip to California. (the “going to” future)

 

Quiz for Expressions Of Time

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