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Akhil 8

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Akhil 8

  1. 1. Name- Akhil Bhardwaj Class- VIII-B Roll No- 2
  2. 2. TenseTense is a term used in grammar to indicate the time of the action or event.
  3. 3. Types of Tense1. Present Tense 2 . Past Tense 3 . Future Tense
  4. 4. Present Tense When a verb is used to show that an action takes place atpresent, it is called Present TenseEx. 1.He speak English well. 2. She writes very beautifully
  5. 5. Past Tense When a verb is used to show that an action was completed, itis known Past Tense. EX. 1. He went to Delhi Yesterday. EX. 2. We were in Delhi last year.
  6. 6. Future TenseWhen a verb is used to show that an action will takeplace future, it is known as the future Tense.EX. 1. He will go to Agra tomorrow. 2. We shall marry this year.
  7. 7. Parts of Present Tense• Simple present tense.• Present continuous tense.• Present perfect tense.• Present perfect continuous tense.
  8. 8. Simple present tenseWhen a tense is used to show the present tenseit is known as simple present tense.
  9. 9. Present continuous tenseWhen a tense is used to show what is really happening now.It is known as Present Continuous Tense
  10. 10. Present perfect tenseWhen a tense is used to show that an action has justbeen completed or an action has finished at themoment of speaking. It known as the present perfecttense.
  11. 11. Present Perfect Continuous tenseWhen a tense is used to show that an actionhas been taking place since a point of time inthe past and in progress up to now it is knownas present perfect continuous tense.
  12. 12. Types of past tense• Simple past tense.• Past continuous tense.• Past perfect tense.• Past perfect continuous tense.
  13. 13. Simple Past TenseWhen a verb shows that an action wascompleted in the past is known as simplepast tense.
  14. 14. Past Continuous TenseWhen a tense is used to show that anaction was in progress or incomplete inthe past it is known as past continuoustense.
  15. 15. Past Perfect TenseWhen a tense is used to show that anaction had completed earlier beforeanother it is known as past perfecttense.
  16. 16. Past Perfect Continuous TenseWhen a tense is used to show that anaction had been in progress it is knownas present continuous tense.
  17. 17. Future TenseSimple Future Tense.Future Continuous Tense.Future Perfect Tense.Future Perfect Continuous Tense.
  18. 18. Simple Future TenseWhen a tense is used to show action will takeplace in future it is known as simple futuretense.
  19. 19. Future Continuous TenseWhen a tense is used to show that someaction will be in progress in future it is knownas future continuous tense.
  20. 20. Future Perfect TenseWhen a tense is used to show that someaction will be finished in future it is known asfuture perfect tense.
  21. 21. Future Perfect Continuous TenseWhen a tense is used to show that someaction will have been in progress in future itis known as future perfect continuous tense.

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