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Verb Tenses:English Grammar          Rey TyNorthern Illinois University                       © 2013 Rey Ty
Verb Tenses         © 2013 Rey Ty
Verb Tenses          Simple       Progressive   Perfect Perfect                                                 Progressiv...
Verb Tenses         © 2013 Rey Ty
Verb Tenses• Present –Usual or repeated  action  •Example: I go to work.                      © 2013 Rey Ty
Verb Tenses         © 2013 Rey Ty
Verb Tenses• Present progressive Tense –Action in progress at the  time the sentence is  written   • Example: I am going t...
Verb Tenses         © 2013 Rey Ty
Verb Tenses• Past progressive tense –Action that was going on  at some particular time  in the past  • Example: I was goin...
Verb Tenses         © 2013 Rey Ty
Verb Tenses• Future progressive tense –Action that’s continuous &  will continue in the future   •Example: I will be going...
Verb Tenses         © 2013 Rey Ty
Verb Tenses         © 2013 Rey Ty
Verb Tenses• Present perfect tense –Action that happened or  started in the past but is  ongoing now   • Example: I have g...
Verb Tenses         © 2013 Rey Ty
Verb Tenses• Past perfect tense –Past action that  happened before another  past action  • I have gone to work    before I...
Verb Tenses         © 2013 Rey Ty
Verb Tenses• Future perfect tense –Future action that will  happen before another  action   • Example: I will have gone to...
Verb Tenses         © 2013 Rey Ty
Verb Tenses• Present perfect progressive – Action repeated for a period of   time in the past, continuing now,   & possibl...
Verb Tenses         © 2013 Rey Ty
Verb Tenses• Past perfect progressive –A past continuous action  was completed before  another past action   • Example: Be...
Verb Tenses         © 2013 Rey Ty
Verb Tenses:English Grammar          Rey TyNorthern Illinois University                       © 2013 Rey Ty
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  1. 1. Verb Tenses:English Grammar Rey TyNorthern Illinois University © 2013 Rey Ty
  2. 2. Verb Tenses © 2013 Rey Ty
  3. 3. Verb Tenses Simple Progressive Perfect Perfect Progressive Has/have Am/is/are Has/havePresent Go going gone been goingPast Went Was/were going Had gone Had been going Will have Will/shall Will be Will haveFuture go going gone been going © 2013 Rey Ty
  4. 4. Verb Tenses © 2013 Rey Ty
  5. 5. Verb Tenses• Present –Usual or repeated action •Example: I go to work. © 2013 Rey Ty
  6. 6. Verb Tenses © 2013 Rey Ty
  7. 7. Verb Tenses• Present progressive Tense –Action in progress at the time the sentence is written • Example: I am going to work. © 2013 Rey Ty
  8. 8. Verb Tenses © 2013 Rey Ty
  9. 9. Verb Tenses• Past progressive tense –Action that was going on at some particular time in the past • Example: I was going to work yesterday. © 2013 Rey Ty
  10. 10. Verb Tenses © 2013 Rey Ty
  11. 11. Verb Tenses• Future progressive tense –Action that’s continuous & will continue in the future •Example: I will be going to work tomorrow. © 2013 Rey Ty
  12. 12. Verb Tenses © 2013 Rey Ty
  13. 13. Verb Tenses © 2013 Rey Ty
  14. 14. Verb Tenses• Present perfect tense –Action that happened or started in the past but is ongoing now • Example: I have gone to work for more than 10 years. © 2013 Rey Ty
  15. 15. Verb Tenses © 2013 Rey Ty
  16. 16. Verb Tenses• Past perfect tense –Past action that happened before another past action • I have gone to work before I went to the park. © 2013 Rey Ty
  17. 17. Verb Tenses © 2013 Rey Ty
  18. 18. Verb Tenses• Future perfect tense –Future action that will happen before another action • Example: I will have gone to work for 25 years before going to retirement © 2013 Rey Ty
  19. 19. Verb Tenses © 2013 Rey Ty
  20. 20. Verb Tenses• Present perfect progressive – Action repeated for a period of time in the past, continuing now, & possibly continuing in the future • Example: For the past 30 years, I have been going to work. © 2013 Rey Ty
  21. 21. Verb Tenses © 2013 Rey Ty
  22. 22. Verb Tenses• Past perfect progressive –A past continuous action was completed before another past action • Example: Before I had fun, I had been going to work for 30 years. © 2013 Rey Ty
  23. 23. Verb Tenses © 2013 Rey Ty
  24. 24. Verb Tenses:English Grammar Rey TyNorthern Illinois University © 2013 Rey Ty
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