Time and time again

“Time after time” means “time and time again”. It is another way to say “always” or “forever”.

Poetry and song are an abbreviation of prose. Prose is ordered thought.

Present Continuous Tense and Present Simple Tense

I am lying in my bed.
I hear the clock.
It is ticking.
I am thinking of you.

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Passive Voice

I am caught up in circles.

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The Use of Nothing

Confusion is nothing new.
It is not new.

I am having flashbacks (memories) of warm nights.


I was almost left behind.
I have a suitcases of memories.

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Present Continuous Tense and Modals

I am walking too far ahead.
You are calling to me.
I cannot hear what you said.

First Conditional

If you are lost, you can look and you will find me.

Future “will” Continuous Form

I will be waiting.

Time after time.

First Conditional

If you fall, I will catch you.

Time after time.

I will be waiting.
Time after time.

Reported Speech

You said: “Go slow”.

I fall behind.
I get left behind.
I am too slow.

Clock Vocabulary

The second hand unwinds.

There are three hands on a clock face. They are the hour hand, the minute hand and the second hand.

The hour hand, which measures the hours, is not really a hand.
It is an arrow.

The minute hand moves faster than the hour hand.

The second hand moves fastest of all. It counts the seconds.

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Link to the Hour Page

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