Telling the time
There are many different ways to tell the time.
We can use O’clock ‘ at full hours. It means there are no minutes.
It is eleven o’clock. ( 11:00 )
It is three o’clock (03:00 )
It is five o’clock.( 05:00 )
We use the present simple to talk about things we do regularly.
For the present simple, add s or es for he, she and it.
For the negative, use don't for I, you, we and they, and doesn't for he, she and it.
I watch cartoons every day.
My dad makes dinner every evening.
The present continuous is made from the present tense of the verb be and the –ing form of a verb.
We use the present continuous to talk about activities at the moment of speaking
I am workING
You are playING
As a "part of speech" transition words are used to link words, phrases or sentences.
These transitional words (like finally) have the function of limiting, restricting, and defining time.