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Talk2Me English : The Present Perfect Tense - Simplified

English : The Present Perfect Tense - Simplified, Good infographic with flowcharts and other visual organizers that could be helpful for teaching intermediate proficiency or above ELLs the correct way to use the present perfect test.

by Jennifer Frost from Grammar Check If you want to improve your business writing, join us for The Plain Language Programme. If you want to learn how to write a book, join our Writers Write course...

by Jennifer Frost from Grammar Check If you want to improve your business writing, join us for The Plain Language Programme. If you want to learn how to write a book, join our Writers Write course.

The best advice I've seen in how to distinguish among them is to use:  Assure for people.  Ensure for things.  Insure for money and guarantees.

How to distinguish between assure, ensure, & insure : Assure for people. Ensure for things. Insure for money and guarantees.