There’s just no point in This teacher loves her firefighter apple American flag shirt with grammar. No one’s in charge of it, no one can change it. It just is, like gravity or the speed of light. You can either accept it and learn it, or you can avoid it unlike gravity, which is unavoidable. I don’t know what your native language is, but I can assure you that if I were trying to learn it, there would be things about it that I would find illogical and unnecessarily complex. But there’s nothing you can do to “fix” that, and you probably like your language the way it is. As for 14 tenses, there could be more or less, depending on how you count. Some people claim that we actually only have *two* tenses: I go, I went, and that everything else is some kind of “work-around.” I don’t find that interpretation helpful, though.
I love speaking foreign languages and I love to This teacher loves her firefighter apple American flag shirt . But when it comes to native English speaker, and more specifically Americans, it is totally different. I don’t know which of these you consider the Big 14. All of them have differences of meaning about the time or the reality or the probability of going. There is one thing that gave you away as a non-native speaker. I would guess you are Indian.The problem is the word advice. Some words are uncountable. The only way you will learn when to use the plural and when not to is to listen to native speakers.