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Verb tense, Past, Present and Future tense


Author: Subject Coach
Added on: 7th Jul 2016

 
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In English, there are three basic tenses: future.past and present Each has a perfect form, indicating completed action; each has a progressive form, indicating ongoing action; and each has a perfect progressive form, indicating ongoing action that will be completed at some definite time. Here is a list of examples of these tenses and their definitions:

 

Present Tense
Present tense expresses an unchanging, repeated, or reoccurring action or situation that exists only now.It may also represent a widespread truth.

Past Tense
Past tense expresses an action or situation that was finished or started previously. Most past tense verbs result in -ed. The irregular verbs have special past tense forms which must be memorized.

Future Tense
Future tense expresses an action or situation that will occur in the future. This tense is created by using will/shall with all the simple kind of the verb.

In this short video lesson we will be looking more closely to these tenses with examples

 

Author: Subject Coach
Added on: 7th Jul 2016

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In English, there are three basic tenses: future.past and present Each has a perfect form, indicating completed action; each has a progressive form, indicating ongoing action; and each has a perfect progressive form, indicating ongoing action that will be completed at some definite time. Here is a list of examples of these tenses and their definitions:



Present Tense:
Present tense expresses an unchanging, repeated, or reoccurring action or situation that exists only now.It may also represent a widespread truth.

Past Tense:
Past tense expresses an action or situation that was finished or started previously. Most past tense verbs result in -ed. The irregular verbs have special past tense forms which must be memorized.

Future Tense:
Future tense expresses an action or situation that will occur in the future. This tense is created by using will/shall with all the simple kind of the verb.


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In this short video lesson we will be looking more closely to these tenses with examples