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  • 1. TENSES
    • Naming Tenses
    • Simple Present Tense
    • Simple Past Tense
    • Present Future Tense
    • Present Perfect Tense
    • Present Continuous Tense
    • Past Future Tense
    • Past Perfect Tense
    • Past Continuous Tense
    • Present Future Perfect Tense
    • Present Future Continuous Tense
    • Present Perfect Continuous Tense
    • Present Future perfect Continuous Tense
    • Past Future Perfect Tense
    • Past Future Continuous Tense
    • Past Perfect Continuous Tense
    • Past Future perfect Continuous Tense
  • 2. Kinds of Verb
    • Verbal Verb: By Act (Regular and Irregular verb Except Be)
    • Nominal Verb: be (is, am, are/ was, were/ been/being
    • a. The meaning in Indonesia is= ada, adalah dan berada.
    • b. to show noun, adjective and adverb
    • S+Nominal (Any tense)+N/Adj/Adv
    • 1. He is a Doctor
    • 2. He is sick
    • 3. He is not here
  • 3. Nominal Verb
    • V1 V2 V3 Ving
    • Is was
    • Am - been being
    • Are were
    • (be)
  • 4. Formulation of Tenses (S + P + O + Adv)
    • Verbal
    • S + V 1 (s/es) + O
    • S + V 2 + O
    • S + shall/will + V 1 + O
    • S + have/has + V 3 + O
    • S + is, am, are + V ing + O
    • S + should/would + V 1 + O
    • S + had + V 3 + O
    • S + was, were + V ing + O
    • S + shall/will + have + V 3 + O
    • S + shall/will + be + V ing + O
    • S + have/has + been + V ing + O
    • S + shall/will + have + been + V ing + O
    • S + should/would + have + V 3 + O
    • S + should/would + be + V ing +O
    • S + had + been + V ing + O
    • S + should/would + have + been + V ing + O
    • Nominal
    • S + is am are + N/Adj/Adv
    • S + was, were + N/Adj/Adv
    • S + shall/will + be+ N/Adj/Adv
    • S + have/has + been + N/Adj/Adv
    • S + is, am, are + being + N/Adj/Adv
    • S + should/would + be + N/Adj/Adv
    • S + had + been + N/Adj/Adv
    • S + was, were + being + N/Adj/Adv
    • S + shall/will + have + been + N/Adj/Adv
    • S + shall/will + be + being + C
    • S + have/has + been + being + C
    • S + shall/will + have + been + being + C
    • S + should/would + have + been + N/Adj/Adv
    • S + should/would + be + being +C
    • S + had + been + being + C
    • S + should/would + have + been + being + C
    Be – being Been - being
  • 5. POSITIVE SENTENCE Verbal Verb
    • Go went gone going
    • I go
    • I went
    • I shall go
    • I have gone
    • I am going
    • I should go
    • I had gone
    • I was going
    • I shall have gone
    • I shall be going
    • I have been going
    • I shall have been going
    • I should have gone
    • I should be going
    • I had been going
    • I should have been going
  • 6. NEGATIVE SENTENCE Verbal Verb
    • Negative is coded by adding NOT after the First Auxiliary
    • I do not go
    • I did not go
    • I shall not go
    • I have not gone
    • I am not going
    • I should not go
    • I had not gone
    • I was not going
    • I shall not have gone
    • I shall not be going
    • I have not been going
    • I shall not have been going
    • I should not have gone
    • I should not be going
    • I had not been going
    • I should not have been going
  • 7. INTERROGATIVE SENTENCE Verbal Verb
    • The exchanges of position between Subject and The First Auxiliary, and added by Question mark (?) at last
    • Do you go?
    • Did you go?
    • Will you go?
    • Have you gone?
    • Are you going?
    • Would you go?
    • Had you gone?
    • Were you going?
    • Will you have gone?
    • Will you be going?
    • Have you been going?
    • Will you have been going?
    • Would you have gone ?
    • Would you be going ?
    • Had you been going?
    • Would you have been going?
  • 8. Yes/No Answer
    • Form
    Yes, S + Aux ( any Tense ) No, S + Aux ( any Tense ) + not In conclusion, the first Auxiliary is very sensitive affected by any kinds of sentence
  • 9. POSITIVE SENTENCE Nominal Verb
    • Beside you (Adverb)
    • I am beside you
    • I was beside you
    • I shall be beside you
    • I have been beside you
    • I am being beside you
    • I should be beside you
    • I had been beside you
    • I was being beside you
    • I shall have been beside you
    • I shall be being beside you
    • I have been being beside you
    • I shall have been being beside you
    • I should have been beside you
    • I should be going
    • I had been going
    • I should have been going
  • 10. NEGATIVE SENTENCE Nominal Verb
    • Beside you (Adverb)
    • I am not beside you
    • I was not beside you
    • I shall not be beside you
    • I have not been beside you
    • I am not being beside you
    • I should not be beside you
    • I had not been beside you
    • I was not being beside you
    • I shall not have been beside you
    • I should not have been beside you
  • 11. INTERROGATIVE SENTENCE Nomin al Verb
    • The exchanges of position between Subject and the First Auxiliary, and added by Question mark (?) at last
    • Beside you (Adverb)
    • Are you beside me?
    • Were you beside me?
    • Will you be beside me?
    • Have you been beside me?
    • Are you being beside me?
    • Would you be beside me?
    • Had you been beside me?
    • Were you being beside me?
    • Will you have been beside me?
    • Would you have been beside me?
  • 12. Yes/No Answer
    • Form
    Yes, S + Aux ( any Tense ) No, S + Aux ( any Tense ) + not In conclusion, the first Auxiliary is very sensitive affected by any kinds of sentence