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TENSES FORMS
(Affirmative - A/Negative - N
Question - Q)
USE TIME
PHRASES
INDEFINITE(SIMPLE)
PRESENT
A: I work.
He/she/it works.
You/we/they work.
N: I do not (don’t) work.
He/she/it does not (doesn’t) work_.
You/we/they do not (don’t) work.
Q: Do I work?
Does he/she/it work_?
Do you/we/they work?
1-to talk about general truth and
permanent actions(facts):
The Earth rotates round its axis.
It rains a lot in autumn.
I speak English and French.
2-to talk about repeated,
customary actions:
He gets up at 8 o’clock every morning.
They never listen to their teacher.
3-to talk about a planned future
action (a timetable or schedule )
The train leaves at 3 tomorrow.
always, every
day/month/year
never, often,
normally,
seldom,
sometimes,
usually, twice a
week/day…,
all the time
PAST
A: I worked /went.
He/she/it worked/went.
You/we/they worked/went .
N: I did not (didn’t) work_/go.
He/she/it did not (didn’t) work_/go.
You/we/they did not (didn’t) work_/go.
Q: Did I work_/go?
Did he/she/it work_/go?
Did you/we/they work_/go?
1-to talk about actions
performed in the past
(with finished time expressions):
I met my friend yesterday.
Did you go to the seaside last
summer?
2-to talk about a succession of
past actions (stories):
He opened the door, switched on the
light and fed his cat.
3- to talk about an action taking
place in the middle of another
action:
He fell asleep while the teacher was
explaining new grammar rules.
yesterday, 2
minutes/hours/
days/years
ago,
in 1970,
the other day,
last
month/year/
week/ Sunday
FUTURE
A: I/we shall****/ will work.
He/she/it will work.
You/they will work.
N: I/we shall not (shan’t) **** work
will not (won’t) work.
He/she/it will not (won’t) work.
You/they will not (won’t) work.
Q: Shall/will I/we work?
Will he/she/it work?
Will you/they work?
1-to talk about future actions:
I’ll call you tomorrow.
Mary will get a present next month.
2-to predict the future
(with probably, I expect...,
I'm sure..., (I) think..., don't
think, I wonder..., perhaps)
I think it will rain tomorrow.
Perhaps she'll be late.
I don't think the exam will be very
difficult.
3- to express intention at the
moment of decision:
Do you like these shoes?
- Yes, I'll buy them.
4-in the 1st
type of
conditional sentences
If the weather is fine, we’ll go to
the country.
tomorrow,
the day after
tomorrow,
one of these
days,
next
week/month/
year etc.,
soon,
in the near
future,
some day,
in two
days/five
minutes/a
month etc.
Regular verbs + ed : worked, played,
Irregular verbs – II column: went, ate
****NOTE!!!
Shall is used mostly in the questions
shall I…?/shall we…?
In spoken English we normally use I’ll
and we’ll.
TENSES FORMS
(Affirmative - A/Negative - N
Question - Q)
USE TIME
PHRASES
CONTINUOUS(progressive)
PRESENT
A: I am (I’m) working.
He/she/is is (he’s) working.
You/we/they are (we’re) working.
N: I am not (I’m not) working.
He/she/it is not (isn’t) working.
You/we/they/ are not (aren’t) working.
Q: Am I working?
Is he/she/we working?
Are you/we/they working?
1-to talk about actions that are
happening now, at the moment of
speaking:
Look! The boys are playing football. Hurry
up! The train is coming.
2- to talk about actions that are
happening around now, but not
exactly at the moment of speaking:
We are studying very hard these days.
We have to prepare for our exams.
3-to speak about what you have
already arranged to do:
-What are you doing on Saturday?
-I am meeting my friend at the station.
She is arriving at 8 pm.
now,
at the
moment,
at present;
Look!,
Listen!
these days,
this
morning,
today
PAST
A: I was working.
He/she/it was working.
You/we/they were working.
N: I was not (wasn’t) working.
He/she/it was not (wasn’t) working.
You/we/they were not (weren’t) working.
Q: Was I working?
Was he/she/it working?
Were you/we/they working?
1-to talk about a temporary action
taking place at a given moment in the
past:
What were you doing at 6 o’clock
yesterday?
2-two or more actions happening at
the same time in the past:
She was cooking dinner and her kids
were watching TV.
3- action interrupted by another
shorter action in the past:
I was working on computer when the
telephone rang.
4- background information in a story:
The sun was shining and the birds
were singing…
at 6 o’clock
yesterday,
from 3 to 6
On Monday,
when Mum
came, while
FUTURE
A: I/we shall****/will be working.
He/she/it will be working.
You/they will be working.
N: I/we shall not (shan’t) ****be working.
will not (won’t) be working.
He/she/it will not (won’t) be working.
You/they will not (won’t) be working.
Q: Shall/will I/we be working?
Will he/she/it be working?
Will you/they be working?
1- to talk about an action at a
particular moment in the future.
The action will start before that
moment but it will not have
finished at that moment:
I will be playing tennis at 10am
tomorrow.
This time on Sunday I'll be bathing in
the sea.
When you arrive, he will be waiting for
you.
at 5 o’clock
tomorrow,
this time on
Sunday,
when I
come
to be (am/is/are) + verb + -ing
to be(was/were) + verb + -ing
shall/will + be + verb +-ing
****NOTE!!!
Shall is used mostly in the questions shall
I…?/shall we…?
In spoken English we normally use I’ll and
we’ll.
TENSES FORMS
(Affirmative - A/Negative - N
Question - Q)
USE TIME
PHRASES
perfect
PRESENT
A: I/we/you/they have worked/gone.
He/she/it has worked/gone.
N: I/we/you/they have not (haven’t) worked/gone.
He/she/it has not (hasn’t) worked/gone.
Q: Have I/we/you/they worked/gone?
Has he/she/it worked/gone?
-is always connected with the
present and the only thing which
matters here is the result: the time
when the action took place is of no
importance:
I have lost my keys. I can’t open the
door.
1-to talk about a completed action
connected with the present:
I have seen this film and I can
discuss it with you now.
2-questions in the Present Perfect
never start with when:
When did you see this film?
3-with this morning/evening, today
this week, this year (when the time
periods are not finished at the time
of speaking):
Have you called you mother today?
already, ever,
just, never,
not yet, so
far, till now,
up to now , of
late, lately,
recently; with
for and
since; with
This is the
first time …
this morning/
evening,
today, this
week, this
year
PAST
A: I/you/we/they had worked/gone.
He/she/it had worked/gone.
N: I/we/you/we/they had not (hadn’t) worked/gone.
He/she it had not (hadn’t) worked/gone.
Q: Had I/you/we/they worked/gone?
Had he/she/it worked/gone?
1-denotes an action completed
before a certain moment in the
past; it is not used to denote a
succession of actions (Past
Simple):
She has already finished her work
when he came.
But: When I wrote the letter, I
posted it.(Past Simple –
succession of actions)
By the time the police arrived ,he had
already disappeared.
2-with the
conjunctions(hardly/scarcely/
nearly/barely + when…)
I had hardly done it when they
came.
No sooner had they arrived than it
started to rain.
when I
entered, by 5
o’clock
yesterday,
(with the
same
adverbs as
Present
Perfect but in
the past
context); no
sooner…than
…
FUTURE
A: I/we shall****/will have worked/gone.
He/she/it will have worked/gone.
You/they will have worked/gone.
N: I/we shall not (shan’t) **** have worked/gone.
will not (won’t)
He/she/it will not (won’t)
You/they will not (won’t) have worked/gone.
Q: Shall/will I/we have worked/gone?
Will he/she/it have worked/gone?
Will you/they have worked/gone?
1-denotes an action completed
before a definite moment in the
future:
She will have finished this work by
2 o’clock tomorrow.
The film will have already started
by the time we come .Hurry up!
by this time
tomorrow, by
2 o’clock
tomorrow,
when you
come back
had +participle II
- regular verbs +ed : worked, asked
-irregular verbs-III column: gone, eaten
have/has +participle II
- regular verbs +ed worked, asked
-irregular verbs-III column gone, eaten
shall/will + have +participle II
****NOTE!!!
Shall is used mostly in the
questions shall I…?/shall we…?
In spoken English we normally use
I’ll and we’ll.
TENSES FORMS
(Affirmative - A/Negative - N
Question - Q)
USE TIME
PHRASES
Perfectcontinuous
PRESENT
A: I we/you/they have been working.
He/she/it has been working.
N: I/we/you/they have not (haven’t) been working.
He/she/it has not (hasn’t) been working.
Q: Have I/we/you/they been working?
Has he/she/it been working?
1-to say how long things have been
continuing up to now:
I’ve been learning English for six
years.
It’s been raining all day.
2-to say how we have been filling
our time (up to now)
-Your hands are dirty.
-I’ve been painting the walls.
for, since;
How
long…?
PAST
A: I /we/you/they had been working.
He/she/it had been working.
N: I/we/you/they had not (hadn’t) been working.
He/she/it had not (hadn’t) been working.
Q: Had I/we/you/they been working?
Had he/she/it been working?
1-denotes an action which began
before a definite moment in the
past, continued up to that moment
and was still going on at the
moment:
We could not go out because it had
been raining for two hours.
2-denotes an action which was no
longer going on at a definite
moment in the past, but which had
been in progress not long before:
The baby’s face was red and wet. He
had been crying.
since, for
FUTURE
A: I/we shall/will **** have been working.
He/she/it will have been working.
You/they will have been working.
N: I/we shall not (shan’t)**** have been working.
will not (won’t)
He/she/it will not (won’t) have been working.
You/they will not (won’t) have been working.
Q: Shall/will I/we have been working?
Will he/she/it have been working?
Will you/they have been working?
1-denotes an action which will begin
before a definite moment in the
future, will continue up to the
moment and will be going on at that
moment:
You will have been waiting for more
than two hours when her plane finally
arrives.
In the fall I will have been studying
here for 2 years.
He will be tired when he arrives. He
will have been travelling for 24
hours.
for
have/has + been + verb + -ing
had + been + verb + -ing
shall/will + have + been+ verb + -ing
****NOTE!!!
Shall is used mostly in the questions
shall I…?/shall we…?
In spoken English we normally use I’ll
and we’ll.
NOTE!!! We don’t use Present
Perfect Cont. with be, know ,
have and other non-progressive
verbs:
How long have you had your
car? (Present Perfect)

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Verb tenses (table)

  • 1. TENSES FORMS (Affirmative - A/Negative - N Question - Q) USE TIME PHRASES INDEFINITE(SIMPLE) PRESENT A: I work. He/she/it works. You/we/they work. N: I do not (don’t) work. He/she/it does not (doesn’t) work_. You/we/they do not (don’t) work. Q: Do I work? Does he/she/it work_? Do you/we/they work? 1-to talk about general truth and permanent actions(facts): The Earth rotates round its axis. It rains a lot in autumn. I speak English and French. 2-to talk about repeated, customary actions: He gets up at 8 o’clock every morning. They never listen to their teacher. 3-to talk about a planned future action (a timetable or schedule ) The train leaves at 3 tomorrow. always, every day/month/year never, often, normally, seldom, sometimes, usually, twice a week/day…, all the time PAST A: I worked /went. He/she/it worked/went. You/we/they worked/went . N: I did not (didn’t) work_/go. He/she/it did not (didn’t) work_/go. You/we/they did not (didn’t) work_/go. Q: Did I work_/go? Did he/she/it work_/go? Did you/we/they work_/go? 1-to talk about actions performed in the past (with finished time expressions): I met my friend yesterday. Did you go to the seaside last summer? 2-to talk about a succession of past actions (stories): He opened the door, switched on the light and fed his cat. 3- to talk about an action taking place in the middle of another action: He fell asleep while the teacher was explaining new grammar rules. yesterday, 2 minutes/hours/ days/years ago, in 1970, the other day, last month/year/ week/ Sunday FUTURE A: I/we shall****/ will work. He/she/it will work. You/they will work. N: I/we shall not (shan’t) **** work will not (won’t) work. He/she/it will not (won’t) work. You/they will not (won’t) work. Q: Shall/will I/we work? Will he/she/it work? Will you/they work? 1-to talk about future actions: I’ll call you tomorrow. Mary will get a present next month. 2-to predict the future (with probably, I expect..., I'm sure..., (I) think..., don't think, I wonder..., perhaps) I think it will rain tomorrow. Perhaps she'll be late. I don't think the exam will be very difficult. 3- to express intention at the moment of decision: Do you like these shoes? - Yes, I'll buy them. 4-in the 1st type of conditional sentences If the weather is fine, we’ll go to the country. tomorrow, the day after tomorrow, one of these days, next week/month/ year etc., soon, in the near future, some day, in two days/five minutes/a month etc. Regular verbs + ed : worked, played, Irregular verbs – II column: went, ate ****NOTE!!! Shall is used mostly in the questions shall I…?/shall we…? In spoken English we normally use I’ll and we’ll.
  • 2. TENSES FORMS (Affirmative - A/Negative - N Question - Q) USE TIME PHRASES CONTINUOUS(progressive) PRESENT A: I am (I’m) working. He/she/is is (he’s) working. You/we/they are (we’re) working. N: I am not (I’m not) working. He/she/it is not (isn’t) working. You/we/they/ are not (aren’t) working. Q: Am I working? Is he/she/we working? Are you/we/they working? 1-to talk about actions that are happening now, at the moment of speaking: Look! The boys are playing football. Hurry up! The train is coming. 2- to talk about actions that are happening around now, but not exactly at the moment of speaking: We are studying very hard these days. We have to prepare for our exams. 3-to speak about what you have already arranged to do: -What are you doing on Saturday? -I am meeting my friend at the station. She is arriving at 8 pm. now, at the moment, at present; Look!, Listen! these days, this morning, today PAST A: I was working. He/she/it was working. You/we/they were working. N: I was not (wasn’t) working. He/she/it was not (wasn’t) working. You/we/they were not (weren’t) working. Q: Was I working? Was he/she/it working? Were you/we/they working? 1-to talk about a temporary action taking place at a given moment in the past: What were you doing at 6 o’clock yesterday? 2-two or more actions happening at the same time in the past: She was cooking dinner and her kids were watching TV. 3- action interrupted by another shorter action in the past: I was working on computer when the telephone rang. 4- background information in a story: The sun was shining and the birds were singing… at 6 o’clock yesterday, from 3 to 6 On Monday, when Mum came, while FUTURE A: I/we shall****/will be working. He/she/it will be working. You/they will be working. N: I/we shall not (shan’t) ****be working. will not (won’t) be working. He/she/it will not (won’t) be working. You/they will not (won’t) be working. Q: Shall/will I/we be working? Will he/she/it be working? Will you/they be working? 1- to talk about an action at a particular moment in the future. The action will start before that moment but it will not have finished at that moment: I will be playing tennis at 10am tomorrow. This time on Sunday I'll be bathing in the sea. When you arrive, he will be waiting for you. at 5 o’clock tomorrow, this time on Sunday, when I come to be (am/is/are) + verb + -ing to be(was/were) + verb + -ing shall/will + be + verb +-ing ****NOTE!!! Shall is used mostly in the questions shall I…?/shall we…? In spoken English we normally use I’ll and we’ll.
  • 3. TENSES FORMS (Affirmative - A/Negative - N Question - Q) USE TIME PHRASES perfect PRESENT A: I/we/you/they have worked/gone. He/she/it has worked/gone. N: I/we/you/they have not (haven’t) worked/gone. He/she/it has not (hasn’t) worked/gone. Q: Have I/we/you/they worked/gone? Has he/she/it worked/gone? -is always connected with the present and the only thing which matters here is the result: the time when the action took place is of no importance: I have lost my keys. I can’t open the door. 1-to talk about a completed action connected with the present: I have seen this film and I can discuss it with you now. 2-questions in the Present Perfect never start with when: When did you see this film? 3-with this morning/evening, today this week, this year (when the time periods are not finished at the time of speaking): Have you called you mother today? already, ever, just, never, not yet, so far, till now, up to now , of late, lately, recently; with for and since; with This is the first time … this morning/ evening, today, this week, this year PAST A: I/you/we/they had worked/gone. He/she/it had worked/gone. N: I/we/you/we/they had not (hadn’t) worked/gone. He/she it had not (hadn’t) worked/gone. Q: Had I/you/we/they worked/gone? Had he/she/it worked/gone? 1-denotes an action completed before a certain moment in the past; it is not used to denote a succession of actions (Past Simple): She has already finished her work when he came. But: When I wrote the letter, I posted it.(Past Simple – succession of actions) By the time the police arrived ,he had already disappeared. 2-with the conjunctions(hardly/scarcely/ nearly/barely + when…) I had hardly done it when they came. No sooner had they arrived than it started to rain. when I entered, by 5 o’clock yesterday, (with the same adverbs as Present Perfect but in the past context); no sooner…than … FUTURE A: I/we shall****/will have worked/gone. He/she/it will have worked/gone. You/they will have worked/gone. N: I/we shall not (shan’t) **** have worked/gone. will not (won’t) He/she/it will not (won’t) You/they will not (won’t) have worked/gone. Q: Shall/will I/we have worked/gone? Will he/she/it have worked/gone? Will you/they have worked/gone? 1-denotes an action completed before a definite moment in the future: She will have finished this work by 2 o’clock tomorrow. The film will have already started by the time we come .Hurry up! by this time tomorrow, by 2 o’clock tomorrow, when you come back had +participle II - regular verbs +ed : worked, asked -irregular verbs-III column: gone, eaten have/has +participle II - regular verbs +ed worked, asked -irregular verbs-III column gone, eaten shall/will + have +participle II ****NOTE!!! Shall is used mostly in the questions shall I…?/shall we…? In spoken English we normally use I’ll and we’ll.
  • 4. TENSES FORMS (Affirmative - A/Negative - N Question - Q) USE TIME PHRASES Perfectcontinuous PRESENT A: I we/you/they have been working. He/she/it has been working. N: I/we/you/they have not (haven’t) been working. He/she/it has not (hasn’t) been working. Q: Have I/we/you/they been working? Has he/she/it been working? 1-to say how long things have been continuing up to now: I’ve been learning English for six years. It’s been raining all day. 2-to say how we have been filling our time (up to now) -Your hands are dirty. -I’ve been painting the walls. for, since; How long…? PAST A: I /we/you/they had been working. He/she/it had been working. N: I/we/you/they had not (hadn’t) been working. He/she/it had not (hadn’t) been working. Q: Had I/we/you/they been working? Had he/she/it been working? 1-denotes an action which began before a definite moment in the past, continued up to that moment and was still going on at the moment: We could not go out because it had been raining for two hours. 2-denotes an action which was no longer going on at a definite moment in the past, but which had been in progress not long before: The baby’s face was red and wet. He had been crying. since, for FUTURE A: I/we shall/will **** have been working. He/she/it will have been working. You/they will have been working. N: I/we shall not (shan’t)**** have been working. will not (won’t) He/she/it will not (won’t) have been working. You/they will not (won’t) have been working. Q: Shall/will I/we have been working? Will he/she/it have been working? Will you/they have been working? 1-denotes an action which will begin before a definite moment in the future, will continue up to the moment and will be going on at that moment: You will have been waiting for more than two hours when her plane finally arrives. In the fall I will have been studying here for 2 years. He will be tired when he arrives. He will have been travelling for 24 hours. for have/has + been + verb + -ing had + been + verb + -ing shall/will + have + been+ verb + -ing ****NOTE!!! Shall is used mostly in the questions shall I…?/shall we…? In spoken English we normally use I’ll and we’ll. NOTE!!! We don’t use Present Perfect Cont. with be, know , have and other non-progressive verbs: How long have you had your car? (Present Perfect)