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Tenses:

Present Tense

1. Simple Present refers to the present time. It is used to express habitual actions, general truths. — I go to school everyday. I read.

2. Present Continuous tense is where the verb shows that the action mentioned is continuous and is still going on. — I am reading.

3. Present Perfect tense is where the verb shows that the action mentioned has just been completed or finished. — I have eaten.

4. Present Perfect Continuous tense is where the verb shows that the action is going on continuously and not completed at the present moment — I have been reading.

 

Past Tense

1. Simple Past refers to what has been just done. — I ate.

2. Past Continuous is where the verb denotes an action that was going on at some time in the past. — I was eating.

3. Past Perfect tense is where the verb denotes an action completed before a certain point in the past. — I had eaten

4. Past Perfect Continuous tense is where the verb describes an action that began before a certain point in the past and continued up to that time — I had been eating.

 

Future Tense

1. Simple Future tense denotes an action that has yet to take place. — I shall read.

2. Future Continuous tense describes an action as going to happen at some time in future time. — I shall be reading.

3. Future Perfect tense describes the completion of an action by a certain future time. — I shall have read.

4. Future Perfect Continuous tense describes an action or being in progress over a period of time that will end in the future. — I shall have been reading.

 





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