Learning verb tenses affirmative (positive) negative interrogative English grammar lesson
What will I learn from this English grammar lesson about verb tenses?
This lesson is a cheat sheet to help you understand a lot of the grammar tenses and how to use in simple sentences. The first part of the lesson explains what affirmative (positive) negative interrogative mean.
What does affirmative (positive) negative interrogative mean?
Affirmative (positive) = Yes, confirming or asserting something as true or valid. Sometimes you will hear positive instead.
Negative = No, a reply of denial.
Interrogative = Ask a question.
Verb tenses examples
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