John has always travelled Tense? present perfect a lot. In fact, when he was Tense? simple past only two years old when he first flew Tense? simple past to the US. His mother is Tense? simple present Italian and his father is Tense? simple present American. John was born Tense? simple past (passive) in France, but his parents had met Tense? past perfect in Cologne, Germany after they had been living Tense? past perfect continuous there for five years. They met Tense? simple past one day while John's father was reading Tense? past continuous a book in the library and his mother sat down Tense? simple past beside him. Anyway, John travels Tense? simple present a lot because his parents also travel Tense? simple present a lot.
As a matter of fact, John is visiting Tense? present continuous his parents in France at the moment. He lives Tense? simple present in New York now, but has been visiting Tense? present perfect continous his parents for the past few weeks. He really enjoys Tense? simple present living in New York, but he also loves Tense? simple present coming to visit his parents at least once a year.
This year he has flown Tense? present perfect over 50,000 miles for his job. He has been working Tense? present perfect continuous for Jackson & Co. for almost two years now. He's Tense? simple present pretty sure that he'll be working Tense? future continuous for them next year as well. His job requires Tense? simple present a lot of travel. In fact, by the end of this year, he'll have travelled Tense? future perfect over 120,000 miles! His next journey will be Tense? simple future to Australia. He really doesn't like Tense? simple present going to Australia because it is so far. This time he is going to fly Tense? future intention with going to from Paris after a meeting with the company's French partner. He'll have been sitting Tense? future perfect continuous for over 18 hours by the time he arrives!
John was talking Tense? past continuous with his parents earlier this evening when his girlfriend from New York telephoned Tense? simple past to let him know that Jackson & Co. had decided Tense? past perfect to merge with a company in Australia. The two companies had been negotiating Tense? past perfect continuous for the past month, so it really wasn't Tense? simple past much of a surprise. Of course, this means Tense? simple present that John will have to catch Tense? simple future the next plane back to New York. He'll be meeting Tense? future continous with his boss at this time tomorrow.
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