English grammar tense pdf file


ruthenpress.info – LEARNING ENGLISH ONLINE. Past. Progressive while. • an action happened in the middle of another action. • someone was doing sth. at a. TENSES. Tenses denote the time of action. They show when the work is done. They are: . e.g. I had been learning English in this school for 20 days. 1. Assertive In Future Tense helping verb 'Shall' is used with 'I' and 'We'. Helping verb. English Grammar – 12 Tense in BasicBasic English Grammar – 12 English and memorize 12 tenses as they are the foundation of many other topics to come.

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English Grammar Tense Pdf File

PDF + online grammar rules and exercises on all English tenses. Present, past + future tenses, present perfect, past perfect and future perfect. PDF | On Jan 1, , Renaat Declerck and others published The Grammar of the English Tense System. ENGLISH GRAMMAR, TENSES. Page 1 of Tenses. The English Tense System. The links PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version ruthenpress.infotory. com.

Tenses form a major aspect of our written, spoken and conversational English, and it is very necessary to use them correctly. They also constitute a major part of syllabus in various Banking exams. The Present Tense is used to describe things that are happening right now, or things that are continuous. The Past Tense is used to describe things that have already happened e. The Future Tense describes things that have yet to happen e. Tense of a verb indicates the time period during which an action or event has occurred. There are 3 main tenses: Pratibha prepares a cake Present Tense Pratibha prepared a cake Past Tense Pratibha will prepare a cake Future Tense Tenses also let us know the state of an action within a particular time period- present past or future. Consider the following example with respect to present tense: I prepare myself a cup of coffee every morning. Present Tense; habitual action I am preparing a cup of coffee.

He, she, it like s coffee. He, she, it do es not like coffee. Do I, you, we, they like coffee? Do es he, she, it like coffee? Look at these examples with the main verb be.

Notice that there is no auxiliary: subject main verb I am French.

He, she, it is French. I am not old. He, she, it is not old. Am I late? Is he, she, it late? How do we use the Simple Present Tense? He does it every day. Prepared by Cali Nabadoon Email: Let us understand these four parts in each of these 12 tenses. She washes the cloths every week. He eats maize every night. They play foot ball in the afternoon. Does she wash the cloths every week? Do they play foot ball in the afternoon?

Ahmed goes to school every day. We watch the television every night. She is washing the cloths now. They are playing football at the moment. I am eating maize now. Questions and negatives 1. Are they playing football at the moment?

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Am I eating maize now? I am not eating maize now. Exercise Make these sentences question and negative 1. Ahmed is going to school at the moment. We are watching television now. She has washed the cloths. They have played football. Have they played football? Ahmed has gone to school. We have watched the television. Examples 1.

Past continuous

She has been washing the cloths. They have been playing football.

Questions and negatives The questions and the negatives will be done as the above tense that have auxiliaries. Memorize these irregular verbs so the others are regular. She washed the cloths yesterday. They ate maize last night.

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Did they eat maize last night? Ahmed went to school yesterday.

We watched the television last night. Past continuous is used for an action which was happening sometime in the past.

Past tense

She was washing the cloths yesterday. They were eating maize last night. Ahmed was going to school yesterday. We were watching television last night. Past perfect is used for an action which had happened before another action in the past. She had washed the cloths before she left the house. They had eaten maize before they slept.

Ahmed had gone to school. We had watched the television. Past perfect continuous is used to talk about a past event that had been in progress. She had been washing the cloths. They had been eating maize. She will wash the cloths tomorrow. They will eat maize next day. Ahmed will go to school tomorrow.

We shall watch the television next night. She will be washing the cloths.