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Pp grammar

  1. 1. Grammar Name: Nelly Can Class: IV D
  2. 2. Tenses • The English Tense System • The links below are to lessons for each of the 12 basic tenses. In each lesson we look at two aspects of the tense: • Structure: How do we make the tense? • Use: When and why do we use the tense?
  3. 3. • Some lessons look at additional aspects, and most of them finish with a quiz to check your understanding. • Many English learners worry too much about tense. If you stopped 100 native English speakers in the street and asked them about tense, 1 of them might give you an intelligent answer - if you were lucky. The other 99 would know little about terms like "past perfect" or "present continuous". And they would know nothing about aspect, voice or mood. But they can all speak fluent English and communicate effectively. Of course, for ESL it helps to know about tenses, but don't become obsessed with them. Be like those native speakers! Speak naturally!
  4. 4. Present Tense • Present Tense The present tense is a grammatical tense whose principal function is to locate a situation or event in present time.The term "present tense" is usually used in descriptions of specific languages to refer to a particular grammatical form or set of forms; these may have a variety of uses, not all of which will necessarily refer to present time
  5. 5. Example: s + v1 + s/es + c She plays game in the yard
  6. 6. Past Tense • The past tense is a grammatical tense whose principal function is to place an action or situation in past time. In languages which have a past tense, it thus provides a grammatical means of indicating that the event being referred to took place in the past
  7. 7. EXAMPLE S + V2 + C I went to bali yesterday
  8. 8. Future Tense • future tense is a verb form that marks the event described by the verb as not having happened yet, but expected to happen in the future.
  9. 9. example • s + modal + v1 + c • I will do my assignment with the best

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