posted by Jim .
I made a correction in my previous paragraph. I want to make sure I identified the verb tenses correctly.
Thank you in advance for your thoughts.
Our education plays (simple present tense) a significant role in our future financial planning. I have taken (present perfect tense) financial classes before, and they are very helpful. Now that I am in another financial course, I will be planning (future progressive tense) to update my update my budget once again. Having a budget will give (future tense) you a better understanding where your money goes. In today’s economic times, if you were thinking (past progressive tense) about attending a class, now would be a great time to start.
all verb tenses correct. Want to impress your teacher? Change the phrasing in future progressive sentence from "..to update my update my budget..."
.."planning to update my budget again" is sufficient.
Thanks for pointing that out. somehow I overlooked that... thank you for the reply as well!!