Sunday, August 27, 2017

A Guide to All Structure of Past Present And Future Tenses

English is the mother language in the world. So we need to follow (learn) at first Tense. What is tense? The definition is Tense is the form a verb takes to show the time it happened. There is three type of tense.

1. Present Tense2. Past Tense3. Future Tense

In this tense also has the structure (subcategories) that are 12 forms. Here we will discuss in below!

01. Present tense

The 4 forms make present tense, type of below according to the structure.

Present indefinite

Structure: Subject + verb1 + object + extension
Here is an example: I eat rich at evening.

Present continues tense

Structure: Subject + am/is/are + (verb+ing) + object + extension
Here is an example: I’m going to America with my friends.

Present perfect continues tense

Structure: Subject + past participle form of verb (verb3) + object + extension
Here is an example: I have created a book with 100 pages.

Present perfect continues tense

Structure: Subject + have/has + been + verb (verb+ing) + object + extension
Here is an example: I have been waiting for you for 2 hours.

02. Past Tense

Past indefinite

Structure: Structure: Subject + past form of verb (verb2) + object + extension
Here is an example: Zafi went your home at afternoon.

Past Continues

Structure: Subject + was/were + (verb+ing) + object + extension
Here is an example: you were going to college at that time.

Past perfect

Structure: Subject + had + past participle form of verb (verb3) + object + extension
Here is an example: she had done the work maybe.

Past perfect continues

Structure: Subject + had been + (verb+ing) + object + extension
Here is an example: you had been working that project.

03. Future tense

Future indefinite

Structure: Subject + shall/will + verb1 + object + extension
Here is an example: they shall work regularly in office.

Future Continues

Structure: Subject + shall/will + be + (verb+ing) + object + extension
Here is an example: Smith will be going to university.

Future perfect

Structure: Subject + shall/will + past participle form of verb (verb3) + object + extension
Here is an example: we shall completed our duties in time.

Future perfect continues

Structure: Subject + shall have been/will have been + (verb+ing) + object + extension
Here is an example: we shall have been waiting on the station there.