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Tenses notes jkssb

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Tenses refer to the time when an action or event takes place. There are three primary tenses: past, present, and future. Each tense can be further divided into four aspects: simple, continuous (progressive), perfect, and perfect continuous (perfect progressive). Here’s a brief explanation of each tense:

1. Simple Present:
– Used to describe general truths, habits, routines, and permanent situations.
– Example: “She works at a bank.”

2. Present Continuous (Present Progressive):
– Used to describe actions happening at the moment of speaking or temporary actions.
– Example: “They are playing football right now.”

3. Simple Past:
– Used to describe completed actions or events in the past.
– Example: “I studied English yesterday.”

4. Past Continuous (Past Progressive):
– Used to describe ongoing or interrupted actions in the past.
– Example: “She was reading a book when the phone rang.”

5. Present Perfect:
– Used to describe past actions with a connection to the present, often with indefinite time.
– Example: “I have visited London several times.”

6. Present Perfect Continuous (Present Perfect Progressive):
– Used to describe actions that started in the past and are still continuing in the present.
– Example: “He has been working here for five years.”

7. Past Perfect:
– Used to describe an action that happened before another action or a specific time in the past.
– Example: “She had already left when I arrived.”

8. Past Perfect Continuous (Past Perfect Progressive):
– Used to describe actions that were ongoing in the past before another past action or time.
– Example: “He had been studying for hours before the exam.”

9. Simple Future:
– Used to describe actions or events that will happen in the future.
– Example: “They will arrive tomorrow.”

10. Future Continuous (Future Progressive):
– Used to describe actions that will be in progress at a specific time in the future.
– Example: “I will be traveling at this time next week.”

11. Future Perfect:
– Used to describe actions that will be completed before a specific future time or action.
– Example: “She will have finished her work by 5 PM.”

12. Future Perfect Continuous (Future Perfect Progressive):
– Used to describe actions that will be ongoing until a specific future time or action.
– Example: “By next month, he will have been living here for two years.”

These are the main tenses in English grammar. Understanding and using them correctly can greatly improve your ability to communicate effectively in English. Keep in mind that there are additional nuances and variations in English tenses, but this overview should give you a solid foundation.


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