Grammar: future tenses
FUTURE CONTINUOUS: will+be+verb -ing = action that will be in progress in the future.
FUTURE PERFECT: will+have+verb third column = an action that will be finished or not in the future.
FUTURE SIMPLE: will+infinitive = spontaneous decission, an offer, a promise, a prediction.
BE+GOING+TO = intention or desire.
PRESENT SIMPLE: timetables.
PRESENT CONTINUOUS: arrangements or something organized.
|present simple||I like ice cream||She said (that) she liked ice cream.|
|present continuous||I am living in London||She said (that) she was living in London.|
|past simple||I bought a car||She said (that) she had bought a car OR She said (that) she bought a car.|
|past continuous||I was walking along the street||She said (that) she had been walking along the street.|
|present perfect||I haven't seen Julie||She said (that) she hadn't seen Julie.|
|past perfect*||I had taken English lessons before||She said (that) she had taken English lessons before.|
|will||I'll see you later||She said (that) she would see me later.|
|would*||I would help, but..”||She said (that) she would help but...|
|can||I can speak perfect English||She said (that) she could speak perfect English.|
|could*||I could swim when I was four||She said (that) she could swim when she was four.|
|shall||I shall come later||She said (that) she would come later.|
|should*||I should call my mother||She said (that) she should call her mother|
|might*||I might be late||She said (that) she might be late|
|must||I must study at the weekend||She said (that) she must study at the weekend OR She said she had to study at the weekend|