B. INGGRIS BISNIS 2 ( TENSES )
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  • 1. NAMA : ARINI NURMALA SARI NPM : 11210100 KELAS : 4EA21 TUGAS : SOFTSKILL B. INGGRIS BISNIS 2 TENSES FORMS TENSES : Ialah hubungan antara WAKTU kejadian dalam suatu dengan perubahan BENTUK – BENTUK PREDIKATNYA. A. PRESENT FORMS 1. Simple Present Tense : a. Infinitive tanpa “TO” atau STEM b. Infinitive tanpa “TO” + s/es, bila subjectnya ( He, She, It ) c. Be, is, am, are, bila dalam kalimatnya tidak ada VERB I speak English fluently Examples :  I see two climbers on the top of the mountain  An old woman gets up at five o’clock everyday  The sun rises in the best 2. Present Continous Tense : a. ( am, is, are ) + VERB + ING I am speaking English fluently Examples :  The boys are quarelling again now  My girl friend comes, when I am reading
  • 2.  What are you doing here ? I am waiting for my brother 3. Present future tense : a. Shall + infinitive tanpa “TO” b. Will + infinitive tanpa “TO” I shall speak English fluently Examples :  Father will leave for New York next Wednesday  John will come, if you invite him  Whom shall we go to the museum with ? We shall go to the museum with our friends 4. Present Future Continous Tense : a. Shall be + VERB + ING b. Will be + VERB + ING I shall be speaking English fluently Examples :  This afternoon I shall be playing football, so you had better come tomorrow  This time tomorrow he will be travelling by train to Malang 5. Present Perfect Tense : a. Have + past participle/VERB + ED b. Has + past participle/VERB + ED I have spoken English fluently Examples :  It is eight o’clock in the morning. My father has gone to the office  We have lived in Jakarta for three years  Where have you got the information ? I have got it from a daily news
  • 3. 6. Present Perfect Continous Tense : a. Have been + VERB + ING b. Has been + VERB + ING I have been speaking English fluently Examples :  Please don’t disturb me. I have been working on my assignment  My brother has been working for that firm since last year  How long have you been waiting? I have been waiting for you for more than half an hour 7. Present Future Perfect Tense : a. Shall have + past participle/VERB + ED b. Will have + past participle/VERB + ED I shall have spoken English fluently Examples :  I shall have delivered the goods for three days next month 8. Present Future Perfect Continous Tense : a. Shall have been + VERB + ING b. Will have been + VERB + ING I shall have been speaking English fluently Examples :  I shall have been teaching till 10 o’clock tomorrow. So you can come any time after 10o’clock
  • 4. B. PAST FORMS 1. Simple Past Tense : a. VERB + ED, bila regular verbs b. Preterite/past, bila irregular verbs I worked hard Examples :  Our teacher told us a fine story yesterday  John was listening the radio, - when I came in  Did you finish the assignment? Yes, I did 2. Past Continous Tense : a. (was, were ) + VERB + ING You were working hard Examples :  I was walking in the park, when I met my teacher yesterday  I looked at him, while he was talking  Where was he talking ? He was talking near the bridge 3. Past Future Tense : a. Should + infinitive tanpa “TO” b. Would + infinitive tanpa “TO” He would work hard Examples :  He told me that he would go to Tokyo on Sunday  Mung would call on us, if she arrived from Singapore  What would you like to drink? I should like to have coffee 4. Past Future Continous Tense : a. Should be + VERB + ING b. Would be + VERB + ING She would be working hard
  • 5. Examples :  Father said that he would be travelling by train to Bandung 5. Past Perfect Tense : a. Had + past participle/VERB + ING We had worked hard 6. Past Perfect Continous Tense : a. Had been + VERB + ING They had been working hard Examples :  My brother said thay my mother had been looking at our photos since dinner time  What had Toto and Tuti been talking to each other? They had been talking to each other since they quarrelled 7. Past Future Perfect Tense : a. Should have + past participle/VERB + ED b. Would have + past participle/VERB + ED I should have worked hard Examples :  The manager said that he sould have delivered the goods for three days month after  Did you come the meeting yesterday? I could have come, if I had not been busy 8. Past Future Perfect Continous Tense : a. Should have been + VERB + ING b. Would have been + VERB + ING You would have been working hard Examples : Adi said that he would have been spending his holidays in Bali that time the month before