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Learn 16 English Tenses

1. Simple Present Tense

These tenses are used to denote something that is fixed, habitual or an essential truth. Because it is often related to the incident at about past, present and future, this at least has the Tenses description for a certain time.
(+) Subject (s) + Verb1 + Object (o)
ex: She ate the rice
(-) S+do/does not+Verb1+O
ex: She doesn’t eat the rice
(?) Do/Does + S + Verb1 + O
ex: Does she it the rice?
I, You, They, We use to do when it comes to negative and question sentence. While He, She, It uses does.

2. Present Continuous Tense

These tenses are used to express an action which is actually being done at this time.
(+) S + to be + Verb-ing + O
ex: They are riding the bicycle
(-) S + to be + not + Verb-ing + O
ex: They are not riding the bicycle
(?) to be + S + Verb-ing + O
ex: Are they riding the bicycle?

3. Present Perfect Tense

This tenses are used to express your experience. This sentence can used to say that you have never had a certain experience. Present Perfect Tense didn’t use to describe specific event.
(+) S + Has/Have + Past Participle (V3)
ex: I have met her once before
(-) S + Has/Have + not + past participle (V3)
ex: I Have not met her before
(?) Has/Have + S + past participle (V3)
ex: Have You met her before?

4. Present Perfect Continuous Tense

Present Perfect Continuous Tense is used to show that something started in the past and has continued up until now. ”for two hours’, ‘for two weeks’, ‘since yesterday’ are all durations which can be used with this sentence. Without the durations, the tense has a more general meaning of “lately.” We often use the words “lately” or “recently” to emphasize this meaning.
(+) S + have/has + been + Verb-ing + O
ex: We have been practicing our English since Monday.
(-) S + have/has + been + Verb-ing + O
ex: We have not been practicing our English
(?) have/has + S + been + Verb-ing + O
ex: Have they been practicing their English?

5. Simple Past Tense

We used this tense to talk about the past.
(+) S + Verb2 + O
ex: She studied math last night
(-) S + did + not + Verb1
ex: She did not studied math last night
(?) did + S + verb1 + O
ex: Did She studied math last night?

6. Past Continuous Tense

This tense is used to say when we were in the middle of doing at a particular moment in the past.
(+) S + was/were + Verb-ing
ex: He was reading
(-) S + was/were + not + Verb-ing
ex: He wasn’t reading
(?) Was/were + S + Verb-ing
ex: Was He reading?

7. Past Perfect Tense

The Past Perfect expresses the idea that something occurred before another action in the past. It can also show that something happened before a specific time in the past.
had+past participle
ex: I had Listen to the radio when she come home

8. Past Perfect Continuous Tense

We use the Past Perfect Continuous to show that something started in the past and continued up until another time in the past. “For five minutes” and “for two weeks” are both durations which can be used with the Past Perfect Continuous. Notice that this is related to the Present Perfect Continuous however, the duration does not continue until now, it stops before something else in the past.
S + had + been + Verb-ing
ex: Lina had been study at the university for 1 year before she left to Korea.

9. Simple Future Tense

often called will. because, the modal auxiliary verb in this sentence is will.
(+) S + WILL + Verb1
ex: I will dance
(-) S+WILL+not+Verb1
ex: I will not dance
(?) will + S + Verb1
ex: Will she dance?


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