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Forme affirmative

WORK Simple Perfect
PRESENT Simple present Present Be + Ving Present perfect  Present perfect Be + Ving
I work I am working I have worked I have been working
you work you are working you have worked you have been working
he works he is working he has worked he has been working
we work we are working we have worked we have been working
you work you are working you have worked you have been working
they work they are working they have worked they have been working
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PAST
Simple past Past Be + Ving Past perfect  Past perfect Be + Ving
I worked I was working I had worked I had been working
you worked you were working you had worked you had been working
he worked he was working he had worked he had been working
we worked we were working we had worked we had been working
you worked you were working you had worked you had been working
they worked they were working they had worked they had been working
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L'affirmation est particulièrement utilisée pour
les réponses courtes :  'Are you ready?' 'I am.' = "Es-tu prêt ?" "Oui."
la traduction de "moi aussi" / "moi non plus" - "moi si" / "moi non" :  

réponse à une phrase affirmative réponse à une phrase négative
confirmation - J'aime ce film. - Moi aussi. - Je n'aime pas ce film - Moi non plus.
'I like this film' 'So do I.' 'I don't like this film.' 'Neither do I.'
contradiction - J'aime ce film. - Moi non. - Je n'aime pas ce film - Moi si.
'I like this film' 'I don't.' 'I don't like this film.' 'I do.'