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TENSE

 TENSE

THERE ARE 3 TYPES OF TENSE

         ·         PRESENT TENSE

         ·         PAST TENSE

         ·         FUTURE TENSE


 


PRESENT TENSE

THERE ARE 4 TYPES OF PRESENT TENSE

·     PRESENT INDEFINITE TENSE

·       PRESENT CONTINUOUS TENSE

·       PRESENT PERFECT TENSE

·      PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSE

 

PRESENT TENSE

Action done in present is called present tense.

A tense expressing an action that is currently going on or habitually performed, or a state that currently or generally exists.

 

Simple indefinite tense --  The simple present is a verb tense with two main uses. We use the simple present tense when an action is happening right now, or when it happens regulary .

GENERAL FORFM

[ sub+is/am/are/verb/s/es/ies]

NEGATIVE RULE

[sub+is/am/are+not+vern/s/es/ies]

INTERROGATIVE RULE

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INTERROGATIVE NEGATIVE RULE

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SENTENCES ABOUT SIMPLE INDEFINITE

 

·      My father goes to gym every day.

·      She loves to play basketball.

·      She thinks he is very handsome.

·      I run every weekend.

·      We play tennis every morning.

·      Does he write an email?

·      They talk too much.

·      Does he go to school?

·         He goes to school every morning.

·      She understands English.

PRESENT CONTINUOUS TENSE

The present continuous verb tense indicates that an action or condition is happening now, frequently, and may continue into the future.

GENERAL FORM

[ sub+ is/am/are+verb+ing]

NEGATIVE RULE

[sub+is/am/are+not+verb+ing]

INTERROGATIVE RULE

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INTERROGATIVE  NEGATIVE RULE

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SENTENCES ABOUT PRESENT CONTINUOUS TENSE

·      I am writing articles on different topics.

·      He is reading various kinds of books.

·      They are playing football now.

·      She is drinking coffee.

·      He is going to the library.

·      We are coming for shopping in this market.

·      We are watching a movie in this Cineplex.

·      You are shopping in that market.

 

PRESENT PERFECT TENSE

The present perfect tense refers to an action or state that either occurred at an indefinite time in the past (e.g., we have talked before) or began in the past and continued to the present time.

 

GENERAL FORM

[sub+has/have+verb+past participle]

NEGATIVE RULE

[sub+has/have+not+verb+past participle]

INTERROGATIVE RULE

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INTERROGATIVE NEGATIVE RULE

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SENTENCES ABOUT PRESENT PERFECT TENSE

 

·      Has lived: She has lived here all her life.

·      Have written: They have written three letters already.

·      Have worked: I have worked here since I graduated school.

·       Has done: He has finished his homework.

·      Have been: We have been to Canada.

·      Has forgotten: She has forgotten her folder.

PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSE

The present perfect continuous tense (also known as the present perfect progressive tense) shows that something started in the past and is continuing at the present time. The present perfect continuous

GENERAL FORM

[sub+ has/have+been+verb+ing]

NEGATIVE RULE

[sub+has/have+not+been+verb+ing]

INTERROGATIVE RULE

 

INTERROGATIVE NEGATIVE RULE


SENTENCES OF PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS

 

·       He has been studying in the library for three hours.

·      We have been shopping at this fair for two hours.

·      We have been watching a movie in this Cineplex for two hours.

·      You have been shopping in that market for three hours.

·      I have been singing different kinds of songs, especially modern.

·      I have been listening to melodious songs for an hour.

·      He has been traveling around the world for a month.

·      They have been playing cricket in that field for five hours.

·      The poet has been writing romantic poems for several hours.

·      The lyricist has been writing realistic songs since the beginning of his career.

 

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