English Grammar Tenses| Easy Way to Learn

English Grammar Tenses| Present| Past| Future Tense:

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Tenses in English Grammar| Present| Past| Future Tense

As we all are aware about type of tenses in English Grammar. There are three tense namely as

  • Present Tense
  • Past Tense
  • Future Tense

These three tenses are further sub divided into four parts.

Present Tense Past Tense Future Tense
Present Indefinite Tense Past Indefinite Tense Future Indefinite Tense
Present Continuous Tense Past Continuous Tense Future Continuous Tense
Present Perfect Tense Past Perfect Tense Future Perfect Tense
Present Perfect Continuous Tense Past Perfect Continuous Tense Future Perfect Continuous Tense

PRESENT TENSE

Present Indefinite Tense: Here we are updating the complete formula through which you can understand and identify which types of sentence are used in the particular situation. If you want to translate the Hindi sentences into English you can use these formulas.

Affirmative Sentences: Subject + Verb + s/es + Object

Example: Ram Returns Home.

Negative Sentences: Singular: Subject + does + not + verb + Object

I/We Plural: Subject + do + not + verb + object

Interrogative: Singular: Does + Subject + verb + object?

I/We Plural: DO + Subject + Verb + Object?

Present Continuous Tense:

Affirmative Sentences: Singular = Subject + is + verb + ing + object

Plural = Subject + are + verb + ing + object

I= Subject + am + verb + ing + object

Negative: Subject + helping Verb + Not + main verb + object.

Interrogative: Is/am/are + Subject + Verb + ing?

 

Present Perfect Tense:

Affirmative: Singular= Subject + has + 3rd Form of Verb + Object

I/We= Subject + have + 3rd Form of Verb + Object.

Negative: Singular= Subject +has + not + 3rd Form of Verb + Object.

I/We= Subject + have + not + 3rd Form of Verb + Object.

Interrogative: Has/Have + Subject + 3rd Form of Verb + Object?

 

Present Perfect Continuous Tense:

Affirmative: Singular= Subject + Has been + Verb + ing + Object + For/Since + Time.

I/We/Plural= Subject + Have Been + Verb + ing + Object + Since/For + Time.

Negative: Singular= Subject + Has + not + been  + Verb + ing + Object + Since/For + Time

Plural= Subject + Have + not + been + Verb + ing + Object + For/Since + Time

Interrogative: Has/ Have + Sub + been + Verb + ing + Object + For/Since + Time

PAST TENSE

Past Indefinite Tense: Here we are updating the complete formula through which you can understand and identify which types of sentence are used in the particular situation. If you want to translate the Hindi sentences into English you can use these formulas

Affirmative: Subject + 2nd Form of Verb + Object

Negative: Subject + Did + not + 1st Form of verb + Object

Interrogative: Did + Subject + Verb + Object

Example:

He returned home yesterday

He did not return home yesterday

Did he return home yesterday?

 

Past Continuous Tense:

Affirmative: Singular= Subject + was + verb + ing + object

Plural= Subject + were  + verb + ing + object

Negative: Sub + was/were + not + verb + ing + object

Interrogative: Was/Were + Sub + Verb + ing + Object?

Example:

Mohan was watching T.V.

Mohan was not watching T.V.

Was Mohan watching T.V.

 

Past Perfect Tense:

Affirmative: Subject + had + verb 3rd form + Object

Negative: Subject + had + not + verb 3rd form + object

Interrogative: Had + Subject + verb  3rd form + object?

Example:

They had sold the book

The Teacher had not taught the lesson

Had he crossed the river?

 

Past Perfect Continuous Tense:

Affirmative: Subject + had been + verb + ing + object + since/for + time

Negative: Subject + had + not been + verb + ing + object + since/for + time

Interrogative: Had + Subject + been +  ing +object + for/since + time

Example:

We had been living in Delhi since 1990.

I had not been sleeping for one hour.

Had he been writing letters for one hour?

FUTURE TENSE

Future Indefinite Tense: Here we are updating the complete formula through which you can understand and identify which types of sentence are used in the particular situation. If you want to translate the Hindi sentences into English you can use these formulas.

Affirmative: I/We= Subject + shall + 1st form of verb + object

Negative: Subject + will/shall + not + verb 1st form + object

Interrogative: Shall/will + Sub+ 1st form of verb +object?

Example:

You will learn your lesson

They will not fly kites.

Shall I borrow your book today?

 

Future Continuous Tense:

Affirmative: Subject + will be/shall be+ verb + ing + object

Negative: Subject + shall /will + not be + verb + ing + object

Interrogative: Shall/ Will + Subject + be + verb + ing + object?

Example:

We shall be playing a match.

Ram will not be sleeping.

Will he be climbing the tree?

 

Future Perfect Tense:

Affirmative: Subject + will have/shall have + 2nd form of verb +conjunctions + subject + verb s/es + object

Negative: Subject + will/shall + not + have + 3rd form of verb + object + conjunctions + object.

Interrogative: will/shall + subject +have + 3rd form of verb + object + conjunction + object.

Example:

The bell will have gone before he reaches.

You will not have slept before he comes.

 

Future Perfect Continuous Tense:

Affirmative: Subject + will  have been / shall have been + verb + ing + object + since/for + time.

Negative: subject + will/shall+ not + have been + verb + ing + object + for/since + time.

Interrogative: Will/shall + subject + have been + verb + ing + object + since/for + time.

Example:

You will have been waiting for him for two hours.

Will you have been waiting for him for two hours?

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