ARTICLES AGREEMENT OF VERB AND SUBJECT CONCORD OF NOUNS, PRONOUNS AND POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES CONFUSION OF ADJECTIVES AND ADVERBS DIFFICULTIES WITH COMPARATIVE AND SUPERLATIVES CONFUSION OF PARTICIPLES: ACTIVE & PASSIVE PREPOSITIONS NEGATIVE VERBS TENSES 1, 2 & 3 THE INFINITIVE
Adverb clauses: future
Main clause + subordinate clause (Future time) (present tense) E.g. I shall call and see you when I come to London You will fail unless you work harder I am going to buy a new car when the price comes down
Adjective clauses: Future
It may either take future tense or present tense E.g. We shall award the prize to the person who gets the highest marks.
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If + Present tense + future (open) If it rains I shall stay at home
If + Past tense + would/should (imaginary) If he was present there he would surely protest
If + past perfect + would have (rejected) If he had studied harder, he would have passed the test