Tenses for the Verb - To drink
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Past Continuous - "His doctor told him he was drinking too much."
Past Simple - "I drank two glasses of wine yesterday ."
Past Perfect Simple - "He had drunk too much."
Past Perfect Continuous - "The police stopped him because he had been drinking."
Present Continuous - "He is drinking his coffee."
Present Simple - "I usually drink tea first thing."
Present Perfect Simple - "I was upset because he had drunk my beer."
Present Perfect Continuous - "He has been drinking since the party began."
Future Continuous - "This time next week I will be drinking sangria on a beach in Spain."
Future Simple - "He doesn't drink alcohol, so he will probably drink Coca Cola."
Future Perfect Simple - "By the time we get to the party they will have drunk all the beer."
Future Perfect Continuous - "Usually alcoholics will have been drinking for five years before they seek help."