I had been to France two years ago.
Correction: I went to France two years ago. Tense: Past tense Use: To describe an action or event of the past. 2. I’ve been understanding you all along. Correction: I’ve understood you all along. Tense: Present perfect Use: To describe an action in the unspecified past, with relevance to the present. 3. Look at the sky! It will rain. Correction: Look at the sky! It is going to rain. Tense: Future
Use: To express an action or event that has not occurred yet but will or might occur in the future.
B. Meaning How would you explain to a foreign learner the difference in meaning between the following sets of sentences? Example: A. I like going to the beach. B. I’d like to go to the beach. Explanation: A: Means ‘I like it in general’ and describes someone’s habits/hobbies. B: Means ‘I want’ to go - at some future time, maybe tomorrow. 1. She remembered meeting him. She remembered to meet him. Explanation: A. Means ‘She has met him before’ and remembers him from then. B. Means ‘She had agreed to meet him’ and remembered to do so. 2. I used to play tennis. I am used to playing tennis. I...