Sunday , 21 January 2018

Tenses

Tenses

In this category you will get definitions, examples, rules, helping material, lessons, lectures and quizzes of all the tenses, present indefinite tense, present continuous tense, present perfect tense, present perfect continuous tense, past indefinite tense, past continuous tense, past perfect tense, past perfect continuous tense, future indefinite tense, future continuous tense, future perfect tense, future perfect continuous tense.

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List of Lessons
1 Present Indefinite Tense
2 Present Continuous Tense
3 Present Perfect Tense
4 Present Perfect Continuous Tense
5 Past Indefinite Tense
6 Past Continuous Tense
7 Past Perfect Tense
8 Past Perfect Continuous Tense
9 Future Indefinite Tense
10 Future Continuous Tense
11 Future Perfect Tense
12 Future Perfect Continuous Tense
13 Summary of Tenses Part 1
14 Summary of Tenses Part 2
  • Present Indefinite Tense

    Present Indefinite Tense

    Tenses Tense means time and time can fall in three categories i.e. present, past and future. So we have three basic tenses. Present Tense Past Tense Future Tense Each of the above mentioned tense is further divided into four sub tenses.

    Tenses Tense means time and time can fall in three categories i.e. present, past and future. So we have three basic tenses. Present Tense Past Tense Future Tense Each of the above mentioned tense is further divided into four sub tenses.

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  • Present Continuous Tense

    Present Continuous Tense

    Present Continuous Tense Rules: Always use 1st form of the verb. Addition of (ing) after the verb. So walk becomes walking Talk becomes talking He is walking across the road.

    Present Continuous Tense Rules: Always use 1st form of the verb. Addition of (ing) after the verb. So walk becomes walking Talk becomes talking He is walking across the road.

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  • Present Perfect Tense

    Present Perfect Tense

    Present Perfect Tense Rules: Always use 3rd form of the verb. If the verb “walk” is used you will us

    Present Perfect Tense Rules: Always use 3rd form of the verb. If the verb “walk” is used you will us

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  • Present Perfect Continuous Tense

    Present Perfect Continuous Tense

    Present Perfect Continuous Tense Rules: Always use 1st form of the verb. Addition of (ing) after the verb. So walk becomes walking, talk becomes talking. Helping verbs of present perfect continuous tense are (has been & have been) If (he, she, it and singular noun) is used

    Present Perfect Continuous Tense Rules: Always use 1st form of the verb. Addition of (ing) after the verb. So walk becomes walking, talk becomes talking. Helping verbs of present perfect continuous tense are (has been & have been) If (he, she, it and singular noun) is used

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  • Past Indefinite Tense

    Past Indefinite Tense

    Past Indefinite Tense Always use 2nd form of the verb. So eat becomes ate, break becomes broke etc. Helping verb (did) As it is the only helping verb of past indefinite tense, so it is quite obvious that it will be used with all type of nouns and pronouns. In past indefinite tense helpi

    Past Indefinite Tense Always use 2nd form of the verb. So eat becomes ate, break becomes broke etc. Helping verb (did) As it is the only helping verb of past indefinite tense, so it is quite obvious that it will be used with all type of nouns and pronouns. In past indefinite tense helpi

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  • Past Continuous Tense

    Past Continuous Tense

    Past Continuous Tense Rules Always use 1st form of the verb. Addition of (ing) after the verb. So read becomes reading, sleep becomes sleeping. Helping verbs of past continuous tense are (was and were) If (he, she, it, I and singular nouns) are used as the subject of the sente

    Past Continuous Tense Rules Always use 1st form of the verb. Addition of (ing) after the verb. So read becomes reading, sleep becomes sleeping. Helping verbs of past continuous tense are (was and were) If (he, she, it, I and singular nouns) are used as the subject of the sente

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  • Past Perfect Tense

    Past Perfect Tense

    Past Perfect Tense: Rules: Always use 3rd form of the verb. So “sleep” becomes “slept”, “break” becomes “broken” etc. The helping verb of past perfect tense is (had) As (had) is the only helping verb of past perfect tense, so it is obvious

    Past Perfect Tense: Rules: Always use 3rd form of the verb. So “sleep” becomes “slept”, “break” becomes “broken” etc. The helping verb of past perfect tense is (had) As (had) is the only helping verb of past perfect tense, so it is obvious

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  • Past Perfect Continuous Tense

    Past Perfect Continuous Tense

    Past Perfect Continuous Tense Rules: Always use 1st from of the verb. Addition of (ing) after the verb. So “sleep” becomes “sleeping”, “read becomes reading” The helping verb of past perfect continuous tense is (had been) As (had been) is th

    Past Perfect Continuous Tense Rules: Always use 1st from of the verb. Addition of (ing) after the verb. So “sleep” becomes “sleeping”, “read becomes reading” The helping verb of past perfect continuous tense is (had been) As (had been) is th

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  • Future Indefinite Tense

    Future Indefinite Tense

    Future Indefinite Tense Rules Always use 1st form of the verb Helping verbs of future indefinite tense are (will, shall) If (he, she, it, you, they, singular or plural noun) is used as the subject of the sentence “will” is used as the helping verb. If (I or we) is used as the

    Future Indefinite Tense Rules Always use 1st form of the verb Helping verbs of future indefinite tense are (will, shall) If (he, she, it, you, they, singular or plural noun) is used as the subject of the sentence “will” is used as the helping verb. If (I or we) is used as the

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  • Future Continuous Tense

    Future Continuous Tense

    Future Continuous Tense Rules: Always use 1st form of the verb Addition of “ing” after the verb. So “wash” becomes “washing”, "clean” becomes “cleaning” Helping verbs of future continuous tense are (will be, shall be)

    Future Continuous Tense Rules: Always use 1st form of the verb Addition of “ing” after the verb. So “wash” becomes “washing”, "clean” becomes “cleaning” Helping verbs of future continuous tense are (will be, shall be)

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  • Future Perfect Tense

    Future Perfect Tense

    Future Perfect Tense Rules Always use 3rd form of the verb. So “wash” becomes “washed”, "clean” becomes “cleaned” Helping verbs of future perfect tense are (will have, shall have) If (he, she, it, you, they, singular or plural noun) is used

    Future Perfect Tense Rules Always use 3rd form of the verb. So “wash” becomes “washed”, "clean” becomes “cleaned” Helping verbs of future perfect tense are (will have, shall have) If (he, she, it, you, they, singular or plural noun) is used

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  • Future Perfect Continuous Tense

    Future Perfect Continuous Tense

    Future Perfect Continuous Tense Rules: Always use 1st form of the verb Addition of “ing” after the verb. So “wash” becomes “washing”, "clean” becomes “cleaning” Helping verbs of future indefinite tense are (will have been, shall

    Future Perfect Continuous Tense Rules: Always use 1st form of the verb Addition of “ing” after the verb. So “wash” becomes “washing”, "clean” becomes “cleaning” Helping verbs of future indefinite tense are (will have been, shall

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  • Summary of Tenses Part 1

    Summary of Tenses Part 1

      Present indefinite Tense (1st form of verb) (do, does) helping ve

      Present indefinite Tense (1st form of verb) (do, does) helping ve

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  • Summary of Tenses Part 2

    Summary of Tenses Part 2

      S.No Tense Helping verb Form of verb

      S.No Tense Helping verb Form of verb

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