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  • 1. THEORITIC OF PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY Mastering 16 Tenses fast Pattern and Example Umaralda 20 Pebruari 2013 Studying English grammar is one of the ways to understand all kinds of interaction recently. Mastering Grammar must be done all of people who need it. So that, willy-nilly, we must be able to manage our studying in order to master English grammar.
  • 2. “My beloved friends, you can’t master all of knowledges without 6 conditions, become clever, keep spirit, seriously, having investment, having a teacher, and the long time…” Page 1 of 17 16 Tenses in English Grammar 1. Simple Present Tense Key word (auxiliary verb): Do-Does, is-am-are a. Verbal Sentences Active (transitive/intransitive): ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) Example : ( ) ( ) ( ) Passive (transitive): ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) Example : ( ) ( ) ( ) b. Nonverbal (adjective Sentences, adverb of time-place, etc) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) Example :
  • 3. “My beloved friends, you can’t master all of knowledges without 6 conditions, become clever, keep spirit, seriously, having investment, having a teacher, and the long time…” Page 2 of 17 ( ) ( ) ( ) 2. Present Continous Tense Key word (auxiliary verb): is/am/are a. Verbal Sentences Active (transitive/intransitive): ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) Example : ( ) ( ) ( ) Passive (transitive): ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) Example : ( ) ( ) ( ) b. Nonverbal (adjective Sentences, adverb of time-place, etc) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( )
  • 4. “My beloved friends, you can’t master all of knowledges without 6 conditions, become clever, keep spirit, seriously, having investment, having a teacher, and the long time…” Page 3 of 17 Example : ( ) ( ) ( ) 3. Present Future Tense Key word (auxiliary verb): will/shall a. Verbal Sentences Active (transitive/intransitive): ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) Example : ( ) ( ) ( ) Passive (transitive): ( ) ( ) ( ) Example : ( ) ( ) ( ) b. Nonverbal (adjective Sentences, adverb of time-place, etc) ( ) ( )
  • 5. “My beloved friends, you can’t master all of knowledges without 6 conditions, become clever, keep spirit, seriously, having investment, having a teacher, and the long time…” Page 4 of 17 ( ) Example : ( ) ( ) ( ) 4. Present Future Continous Tense Key word (auxiliary verb): will/shall be a. Verbal Sentences Active (transitive/intransitive): ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) Example : ( ) ( ) ( ) Passive (transitive): ( ) ( ) ( ) Example : ( ) ( ) ( ) b. Nonverbal (adjective Sentences, adverb of time-place, etc) ( )
  • 6. “My beloved friends, you can’t master all of knowledges without 6 conditions, become clever, keep spirit, seriously, having investment, having a teacher, and the long time…” Page 5 of 17 ( ) ( ) Example : ( ) ( ) ( ) 5. Present Perfect Tense Key word (auxiliary verb): have/has-been a. Verbal Sentences Active (transitive/intransitive): ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) Example : ( ) ( ) ( ) Passive (transitive): ( ) ( ) ( ) Example : ( ) ( ) ( ) b. Nonverbal (adjective Sentences, adverb of time-place, etc)
  • 7. “My beloved friends, you can’t master all of knowledges without 6 conditions, become clever, keep spirit, seriously, having investment, having a teacher, and the long time…” Page 6 of 17 ( ) ( ) ( ) Example : ( ) ( ) ( ) 6. Present Perfect Continous Tense Key word (auxiliary verb): have/has been a. Verbal Sentences Active (transitive/intransitive): ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) Example : ( ) ( ) ( ) Passive (transitive): ( ) ( ) ( ) Example : ( ) ( ) ( )
  • 8. “My beloved friends, you can’t master all of knowledges without 6 conditions, become clever, keep spirit, seriously, having investment, having a teacher, and the long time…” Page 7 of 17 b. Nonverbal (adjective Sentences, adverb of time-place, etc) ( ) ( ) ( ) Example : ( ) ( ) ( ) 7. Present Future Perfect Tense Key word (auxiliary verb): will have - been a. Verbal Sentences Active (transitive/intransitive): ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) Example : ( ) ( ) ( ) Passive (transitive): ( ) ( ) ( ) Example : ( ) ( )
  • 9. “My beloved friends, you can’t master all of knowledges without 6 conditions, become clever, keep spirit, seriously, having investment, having a teacher, and the long time…” Page 8 of 17 ( ) b. Nonverbal (adjective Sentences, adverb of time-place, etc) ( ) ( ) ( ) Example : ( ) ( ) ( ) 8. Present Future Perfect Continous Tense Key word (auxiliary verb): will have - been a. Verbal Sentences Active (transitive/intransitive): ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) Example : ( ) ( ) ( ) Passive (transitive): ( ) ( ) ( ) Example : ( )
  • 10. “My beloved friends, you can’t master all of knowledges without 6 conditions, become clever, keep spirit, seriously, having investment, having a teacher, and the long time…” Page 9 of 17 ( ) ( ) b. Nonverbal (adjective Sentences, adverb of time-place, etc) ( ) ( ) ( ) Example : ( ) ( ) ( ) 9. Simple Past Tense Key word (auxiliary verb): Did, was-were a. Verbal Sentences Active (transitive/intransitive): ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) Example : ( ) ( ) ( ) Passive (transitive): ( ) ( ) ( ) Example :
  • 11. “My beloved friends, you can’t master all of knowledges without 6 conditions, become clever, keep spirit, seriously, having investment, having a teacher, and the long time…” Page 10 of 17 ( ) ( ) ( ) b. Nonverbal (adjective Sentences, adverb of time-place, etc) ( ) ( ) ( ) Example : ( ) ( ) ( ) 10. Past Continous Tense Key word (auxiliary verb): was/were a. Verbal Sentences Active (transitive/intransitive): ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) Example : ( ) ( ) ( ) Passive (transitive): ( ) ( ) ( )
  • 12. “My beloved friends, you can’t master all of knowledges without 6 conditions, become clever, keep spirit, seriously, having investment, having a teacher, and the long time…” Page 11 of 17 Example : ( ) ( ) ( ) b. Nonverbal (adjective Sentences, adverb of time-place, etc) ( ) ( ) ( ) Example : ( ) ( ) ( ) 11. Past Future Tense Key word (auxiliary verb): would/should a. Verbal Sentences Active (transitive/intransitive): ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) Example : ( ) ( ) ( ) Passive (transitive): ( ) ( )
  • 13. “My beloved friends, you can’t master all of knowledges without 6 conditions, become clever, keep spirit, seriously, having investment, having a teacher, and the long time…” Page 12 of 17 ( ) Example : ( ) ( ) ( ) b. Nonverbal (adjective Sentences, adverb of time-place, etc) ( ) ( ) ( ) Example : ( ) ( ) ( ) 12. Past Future Continous Tense Key word (auxiliary verb): will/shall be a. Verbal Sentences Active (transitive/intransitive): ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) Example : ( ) ( ) ( ) Passive (transitive): ( )
  • 14. “My beloved friends, you can’t master all of knowledges without 6 conditions, become clever, keep spirit, seriously, having investment, having a teacher, and the long time…” Page 13 of 17 ( ) ( ) Example : ( ) ( ) ( ) b. Nonverbal (adjective Sentences, adverb of time-place, etc) ( ) ( ) ( ) Example : ( ) ( ) ( ) 13. Past Perfect Tense Key word (auxiliary verb): had been a. Verbal Sentences Active (transitive/intransitive): ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) Example : ( ) ( ) ( ) Passive (transitive):
  • 15. “My beloved friends, you can’t master all of knowledges without 6 conditions, become clever, keep spirit, seriously, having investment, having a teacher, and the long time…” Page 14 of 17 ( ) ( ) ( ) Example : ( ) ( ) ( ) b. Nonverbal (adjective Sentences, adverb of time-place, etc) ( ) ( ) ( ) Example : ( ) ( ) ( ) 14. Past Perfect Continous Tense Key word (auxiliary verb): had been a. Verbal Sentences Active (transitive/intransitive): ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) Example : ( ) ( ) ( )
  • 16. “My beloved friends, you can’t master all of knowledges without 6 conditions, become clever, keep spirit, seriously, having investment, having a teacher, and the long time…” Page 15 of 17 Passive (transitive): ( ) ( ) ( ) Example : ( ) ( ) ( ) b. Nonverbal (adjective Sentences, adverb of time-place, etc) ( ) ( ) ( ) Example : ( ) ( ) ( ) 15. Past Future Perfect Tense Key word (auxiliary verb): would have - been a. Verbal Sentences Active (transitive/intransitive): ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) Example : ( ) ( )
  • 17. “My beloved friends, you can’t master all of knowledges without 6 conditions, become clever, keep spirit, seriously, having investment, having a teacher, and the long time…” Page 16 of 17 ( ) Passive (transitive): ( ) ( ) ( ) Example : ( ) ( ) ( ) b. Nonverbal (adjective Sentences, adverb of time-place, etc) ( ) ( ) ( ) Example : ( ) ( ) ( ) 16. Past Future Perfect Continous Tense Key word (auxiliary verb): would have - been a. Verbal Sentences Active (transitive/intransitive): ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) Example : ( )
  • 18. “My beloved friends, you can’t master all of knowledges without 6 conditions, become clever, keep spirit, seriously, having investment, having a teacher, and the long time…” Page 17 of 17 ( ) ( ) Passive (transitive): ( ) ( ) ( ) Example : ( ) ( ) ( ) b. Nonverbal (adjective Sentences, adverb of time-place, etc) ( ) ( ) ( ) Example : ( ) ( ) ( )

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