4 Past Tenses and When to Use Them Do you have difficulty with the past tenses in English? Do you know the difference between the past simple and past perfect? Knowing what they are and when to use them can be tricky, but don’t worry we are here to help you with all your past tense doubts! We’ll show you when to use them and give you some fun ways to practise them at home! So, let’s start by looking at the four main past tense forms in English and their most common uses. NASA Engineer Says New Thruster Could Reach 99% Speed of Light Thruster Buster New Scientist is reporting that NASA engineer David Burns is making some bold claims about a conceptual new spaceship thruster he calls the “helical engine” — a concept the magazine admits “may violate the laws of physics.” “The engine itself would be able to get to 99 per cent the speed of light if you had enough time and power,” Burns told New Scientist. Light Speed The engine, described in a recent paper Burns posted to a NASA server, takes advantage of a weird glitch in Einsteinian physics.
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