Tense Chart with Rules and Examples PDF
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Tenses expresses time reference with reference to the moment of Speaking. In English Grammar, Tenses have 3 main forms, The Present Tense, The Past Tense, and Future Tense. The students who are unable to read and write in English and also who are not able to speak English, those students may find our this article very useful.
Tense can be defined as a word form used to indicate the time of occurrence of an incident with reference to the moment of speaking. If you learn the rules of Tenses and also look at the example given in the PDF, then you must get an idea about making sentences in English and by regular practice of writing and speaking of sentences will help you to learn English quickly and effectively.
Tense Chart with Rules and Examples
Types of Tenses
There are 3 types of tense.
- Present Tense
- Past Tense
- Future Tense
Each tense is further divided into 4 types:
- Present Simple Tense
- Present Continuous Tense
- Present Prefect Tense
- Present Prefect Continuous Tense
- Past Simple Tense
- Past Continuous Tense
- Past Perfect Tense
- Past Perfect Continuous Tense
- Future Indefinite Tense
- Future Continuous Tense
- Future Perfect Tense
- Future Perfect Continuous Tense
Tenses Rules & Application
|Past simple tense||Past Events||She cooked dinner for everyone last month|
|Past Perfect tense||Prior events happened before past events||She cooked dinner for everyone last night before shifted to Mumbai|
|Past Continuous tense||Past Events related to the occurrence of other events||She was cooking dinner for everyone when she ran out of gas.|
|Past perfect continuous tense||Past events relating to a past moment||She was cooking for dinner & needed some rest.|
|Present Simple tense||Facts & truths||She hosts dinner for everyone a lot.|
|Present Perfect tense||Events of past & continuing or expected to continue in present.||She has hosted a lot of times & left with one more dinner|
|Present Continuous tense||Current Actions||She is cooking dinner for everyone|
|Present perfect continuous tense||Past events, continued & finished in the current moment||She cooked dinner for everyone & now needs some rest.|
|Future Simple tense||Events completed in future||She will cook dinner for everyone next month.|
|Future Perfect tense||Current events completed in the given time frame in future||She will be cooking dinner for everyone by 8:00 PM next Saturday|
|Future Continuous tense||Future events & expected to continue||She will be hosting a lot of dinner parties next year.|
|Future Perfect Continuous tense||Tasks continue in the future & highlighting the duration||The dinner she will be cooking will take 3 hours to finish.|
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