Past continuous without specifying when tyhe action happened

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The general meaning of the verb to get are to become and to obtain.
The three different uses of the present perfect are to talk about the duration of an action up to now, to talk about our experiences and to talk about the result now of a past action. The words too many and too much mean an excessive number or quantity, and therefore not aa good thing. We use too manu and too much with nouns, but not with adjectives and adverbs
We use "shall" when we are making a suggestion with the pronoun "I" or "we". The difference between the present continuous and the present simple is that we use the present continuous for an action we are doing now, whereas we use the present simple for an action we do generally. We form nouns from certain verbs by adding the letters "er". The difference between "to do the shopping" and "to go shopping" is that "to do the shopping" means to buy the things that are necessary for the house, such as food etc, whereas "to go shopping" means to visit shops generally. The difference between the present perfect and the past simple is that we use the present perfect when we are thinking about time before or up to now, whereas we use the past simple when we are thinking about a specific past time. The difference between "between" and "among" is that we generally use "between" for two people or things, whilst we use "among" for more than two people or things. The difference between the words "fun" and "funny" is that, if something is fun, we enjoy it, whereas, if something is funny, it makes us laugh. stand, stood. Write, wrote, written. Shake, shook, shaken.Send, sent. Think, thought. Teach, taught. Say, said. Hang, hung. Wear, wore, worn, tell, told.
1 conditional If+present+will do.It communicates that we think something is a real possibility.
2 conditional If+past+would do 
It communicates that we are only imagining something.

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