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The word “Tense” is origin from the Latin word which means “Time”. Tense is a form of verb which is used to indicate the time of an action or state in relation to the time of speaking.
For Example: I go to college
I went to college
I will go to college
Types of Tenses:
- Present Tense
- Past Tense
- Future Tense
- Present Tense: Present Tense refers to an activity which is currently happening or going on or necessarily to be performed.
For Example: I go to school
The sun rises from the East
I jump in the lake every Saturday.
2. Past Tense: Past Tense refers to an activity which has been performed earlier or happened earlier or in past.
For Example: I went to school
It rained yesterday.
I had completed my home work
3. Future Tense: Future Tense refers to an activity which will performed in future or it not yet happened.
For Example: I will go to school
I’ll see you tomorrow.
I will complete my home work
|Present Indefinite Tense||Past Indefinite Tense||Future Indefinite Tense|
|Subject+VI(s,es) + object||Subject + VII + Object||Subject + will/shall + VI object|
|Subject (plus) + VI+ object Helping Verb (Do/ Does)||Helping Verb (Did)|
|Present Continuous Tense||Past Continuous Tense||Future Continuous Tense|
|Is/are/am + VI (ing) + object||Was/were + VI (ing) + object||Will/shall + be + VI (ing) + object|
|Present Perfect Tense||Past Perfect Tense||Future Perfect Tense|
|Has/ have + VIII+object||Had + VIII +object||Will/shall + have + VIII + object|
|Present Present Continuous Tense||Past Perfect Continuous Tense||Future Perfect Continuous Tense|
|Has/have + been + VI(ing) + since/for||Had +been + VI(ing) + since/for||Will/shall + have been+ VI(ing) + since/for|
English Grammar Topics
|Noun||Parts of Speech|