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    Check yourself! Complete the exercise below.

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    I was only 4 years old when my dad was working with elephants, lions, and tigers. —-. When I was 14, I was already taking care of and raising baboons and lion cubs, leopard cats, and other animals. At 17, I began working professionally with elephants. I did that for about 8 years and then gave it up. I have been working in the construction business since then.

    A) Elephants and many other animals are just like people
    B) Therefore, I always had animals around me
    C) You have to love them unconditionally
    D) But nothing would happen to elephants
    E) They are the type of animal that demands food all the time



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    We’ve all heard about NFT before, but do we really know what it is?

    Well, according to Google it’s a „non-fungible token – a unique, digital data unit based on blockchain architecture that protocol users can trade with each other, representing a wide variety of tangible and intangible items, such as sports trading cards, virtual real estate or virtual works of art”.


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    Future tenses

    We can use future tenses:

    • To describe things that have yet to happen


    Will (Future Simple)

    We use it when we talk about plans for the future that we are not sure will come true. We use Future Simple when we make promises, offer help or express our assumptions.

    Subject + will + verb + The rest

    I will do my homework

    I will not do my homework

    Will I do my homework?


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    Present tenses

    We can use present tenses:

    • to talk about the present
    • to talk about the future


    Present Simple

    A repeated action or daily routine

    Subject + verb + The rest

    I work for my boss.

    I do not work for my boss.

    Do I work for my boss?


    He works for his boss.

    He does not work for his boss.

    Does he work for his boss?


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    Past tenses


    The past tense in English is used:

    • to talk about the past
    • to talk about hypotheses (when we imagine something)
    • for politeness.


    Past Simple

    An action in the past

    Subject + verb – ed / III form + The rest

    I bought a professional painting course yesterday.

    I did not buy a professional painting course yesterday.

    Did you buy a professional painting course yesterday?