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Download our new free smartphone app - Go English. The app includes a link to our Facebook page, our Twitter feed and this Scoop.It page for quick access to links and tips; a feed of several podcasts and YouTube channels for learners, and Community and Chat apps to keep in contact with other people who use the app wherever you are (obviously these last two won't be too interesting until there are plenty of other people using the app.) NOTE: you will need to allow third-party apps to download and install Go English.
How many tenses are there in English? This is a simple question, to which, however, almost every linguist gives a different answer. According to Bublitz (1995: 135), these “dissenting views are reflected by the fact that linguists have yet to agree on the number of tenses [...] in English, which vary according to whether formal or semantic criteria or a combination of both are recognized. In particular, the present perfect, the past perfect and the future perfect defy easy categorization.” Linguists' different views on the number of English tenses can be grouped into four different approaches
Robin Good: Ve.rbatim.com is a free web-based co-browsing tool which allows you to co-navigate with one or more people any web page, while being able to see the mouse cursor of your partner when desired.
The web app is very easy to use. You just click on "Start a sesson" on this page http://ve.rbatim.com/ and the new page that opens up has a URL that you can share with anyone you want to cobrowse with.
On this page you have an additional address bar in which you can input any url you want to cobrowse. An integrated text chat area is made visible by clicking on the large down arrow visibile on the top right side of your screen.
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Creating engaging newsletters with your curated content is really easy.