Title: Tenses in Colour

A few years ago I spent a lot of time working on how to present the English tenses to my language students. I came up with a set of colour-coded charts which were pretty popular with my students. Since them they have been languishing.
So now I have published them here as an open source project.
This is one of the charts:


The charts themselves are available as a powerpoint file for downloading (in this version you can switch the explanations on and off).

There is also a corresponding list of tenses available as a pdfor wordfile.

You can download the whole lot as a zip file here.

Do feel free to leave a comment.

If anyone wants any other formats, feel free to ask.

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