posted by amy on .
Are all of these in the past tense?
If they were all used in a paragraph would it still be in the same tense?
If not, which phrases/words should I change to fit the past tense?
Two of them are not past tense. Which are they?
make and have?
what if it was:
After I make ...
would it still be in the present ?
should it be After I had made
Let's finish your examples:
After I make the cookies, I will make the cake.
After I made the cookies, I made the cake.
Do you see the difference?
yes! thank you
No they are not. Use it in a sentence that makes it sound like it already happened. For example:
She already make the cake.
She already made the cake.
See? Hope it helps!