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Summary: I went swimming yesterdayIwenttotheswimmingpooltoswimyeaterday. I went swimming yesterday. I went swimming yesterday. I hope it will help you--- Goswimming is a fixed phrase. When the verb changes, j
I went swimming yesterday
Iwenttotheswimmingpooltoswimyeaterday. I went swimming yesterday. I went swimming yesterday. I hope it will help you--- Goswimming is a fixed phrase. When the verb changes, justI go swimming change to go. ClassI will go swimming in the afternoon
I will go swimming in the afternoon; m going swimming in the afternoon。 The difference between the present continuous tense and the present continuous tense:I go swimming the present continuous tense represents a considered action to be performed in the future, while the future continuous tense usually represents an action that will occur in the normal processI go swimming
I go swimming& gt; I go to swimming。 Swimming English [&\712; sw&\618; m&\618; &\331;] Us [&\712; sw&\618; m&\618; &\331;] n. Swimming; Dizziness; v. Swimming (the present participle of swim) floats; ImmersionI go swimming
Present tense: I go to swim Colloquial: let&\39; s go swimming! Go swimming! Past tense: I went to swim yesterday I went swimming yesterday. Future tense: I will go swimming I'm going swimmingI go swimming
I am going to swim.Can I go swimming in the future tense? I am going to swim, I am swimming_ Baidu
Both sentences are correct. The first one uses the sentence pattern of be going to do sth. it is that I am going to swim (not yet), and the second sentence is that I am swimming For example, I am runningCan I go swimming in the future tense? I am going to swim, I am swimming_ Baidu
Both sentences are correct. The first one uses the sentence pattern of be going to do stI go swimmingh. it is that I am going to swim (not yet), and the second sentence is that I am swimming. For example, I am running. I hope I can help you
I go swimming
I can swim 800 meters "I" as the subject, keep it "NENG" predicate, reserved "800 meters" as the attribute, delete it "Swimming" is used as the object I can swim If the dialogue is omitted, "800 meters" is not an attribute, but an objectI go swimming? Why
That depends on the context. If someone asks you what you did yesterday, this kind of question is about past behavior, it is wrongI went swimming last week
I went swimming last week. Go swimming is a fixed match to go swimming. In the past tense, the past tense of go is week. Therefore, it is I week swimmingI go swimming last week
I go swimming

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