16. Time Expressions (today, yesterday, ago etc.)

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In this lesson, we will talk about the ‘Time Expressions’.

Time expressions help you talk about when something happens. They give a clue about the time of an action or event. Here are a few examples:


I went to the park yesterday. (This tells you when I went to the park.)

“Every day”:

I brush my teeth every day. (This tells you the frequency of the action—every day.)

“Next week”:

We’re going on a trip next week. (This tells you when the trip will happen.)


I went to the home two days ago.

So, time expressions help you be specific about when things happen, whether it’s in the past, present, or future. Cool, right?


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