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Learn English Sentences to be Said in Times and Tenses

Said in Times and Tenses

There are many words and phrases to indicate time. You can use these phrases and sentences to sequence events and to make stories and anecdotes more interesting.

English sentences to be said in times and tenses:

  1. The winter Olympics are only two months away with a start being made on 12th of February.
  2. The games will run for three or four months.
  3. That could have been as long as the fifties.
  4. Races were held up here until the late seventies.
  5. We look forward to the end of the school term.
  6. We are already half way through the year.
  7. The anniversary will be here soon.
  8. I have tried to keep up with the year’s events.
  9. It takes up a lot of time.
  10. We enjoy the slow pace of life.
  11. We all need to relax and unwind even more these days.
  12. I hope to work less hours each week for less pay.
  13. The cost is now very reasonable compared with what it was a year or so ago.
  14. To retire at an earlier age than is normal.
  15. I am now well into reading the book from cover to cover!
  16. It will take a while for everyone to settle down.
  17. We have the next event coming up soon.
  18. I do not write the letters all in one go but gradually.
  19. Time is getting short.
  20. Time will tell.
  21. We have only limited time.
  22. This is very time consuming.
  23. I must speed up.
  24. ... one day a week.
  25. ... over the period of a few weeks.
  26. ... at this rate of writing progress.
  27. ... to celebrate an anniversary.
  28. ... by which time ...
  29. ... on previous occasions
  30. There is time for more discussion on this topic in a future letter.
  31. I have more time on my hands.
  32. This process can take up to four weeks.
  33. The delivery period is approximately four months.
  34. We will speak about this and arrange dates in the future.
  35. We will return to the same people that we stayed with earlier in the year.
  36. We enjoy a relaxed time and catch up on reading our books.
  37. Fathi is doing very well and we can monitor his progress.
  38. I have always sorted out her affairs on her behalf.
  39. Before this letter runs into the next page, we will say goodbye for now.

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