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Affirmative forms are represented by the second of the basic verb forms. Interrogative forms are built by means of the auxiliary verb to do in the simple past (did), which is placed before the subject, and the infinitive stem of the notional verb, which follows the subject. Negative forms are built by means of the negative form of the auxiliary, which has two varieties: didn’t and did not – and the infinitive of the notional verb that follows it. Affirmative Interrogative write(stop)? I wrote (stopped) I he (she, it) write (stop)?
He is seeing to the leak in our tank. Водопроводчик здесь. Он устраняет утечку в нашем баке. Is Bill seeing you home after the party? – No, he is just seeing me to my bus. We are leaving tomorrow. Bill is seeing us off at the airport. g. The court is hearing evidence this morning. Сегодня утром суд заслушивает свидетелей. g. I have been hearing all about your accident. Я все узнал о вашей аварии. You will be hearing about the new scheme at our next meeting. Вы узнаете о новом проекте во время нашей следующей встречи.
Note. There is difference between last and the last. Compare: a) I have been here since last week. b) I have been here for the last week Last week in a) means a point in time about seven days ago. The last week in b) means the period of seven days just completed. 4. in subordinate adverbial clauses of time and condition introduced by the conjunctions when, as soon as, after, before, till and until, if and unless, to denote a future action that will be accomplished before a certain moment in the future.