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VERB TENSES GRAMMER RULES

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nick nehaprabin
country India
languages English, Hindi, Malayalam
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Verbs come in three tenses - past,present and future.The past is used to describe what has hapened(eg- earlier in a day,last week,three  years ago).The present describes things that are happening right now or the things that are continous(eg-i am reading my textbook now).The future tense describes things that have yet to happen(eg-later,tomorrow,next week).

The following table illustrates the proper use of verb tenses:

SIMPLE PRESENT             SIMPLE PAST                          SIMPLE FUTURE

I read nearly                       Last night, i read                      I will read as  

every day.                             an entire novel.                        much i can this 

                                                                                                      year.

PRESENT CONTINUOUS         PAST CONTI.                  FUTURE CONTI.

I am reading Shakespeare      I was reading                  I will be reading

at the moment.                          poem last night.            the novel soon.

 * for more tenses and other information attend the lessons and learn grammar with usual examples easily and quickly.