Three Men in a Boat is a humorous book that will make you laugh while it gives you a view of Victorian England and the Thames.
Three friends, George, Harris and J. decide they need a holiday and plan to go on a trip on the river. J. tells the story of that two-week trip. He includes funny stories from past trips and stories he has heard. He also gives us historical
and geographical information about the places they pass or stay in.
Verb tenses Present Simple: states, processes (and verbs not used in the continuous form) - Past Continuous: parallel past actions, continuous actions interrupted by the Past Simple - Past Simple vs Past Continuous - Future using Present Continuous, going to, will, shall, - Present Perfect Simple: recent past, indefinite past with ever, never, unfinished past with for and since Verb forms and patterns let’s - Passive forms: Present Simple and Past Simple - Infinitives (with and without to) after verbs and adjectives - Gerunds (verb + -ing) after prepositions and common verbs - Gerunds (verb + -ing) as subjects and objects - to + infinitive after what
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