Education in financial planning had opened (past perfect tense) my eyes to better money management.
Financial planning education will be teaching (future progressive tense) me better money saving strategies.
The role of education will play (simple future tense) a part in effective cash management in my current and future life.
Education in financial planning is helping (present progressive tense) me to learn a more effective way to budget money successfully.
Could someone please tell me if I have these right?
English - Ms. Sue, Saturday, April 16, 2011 at 8:18pm
All correct! Great!