Monday, November 29, 2010

Tenses - “Past” - “Present” - “Future”


What is Tense?

Let’s look at tenses in a simplicity format by the timing of:-
“Past” - “Present” - “Future”

In English, the concept of tense is very important. “Tense” – a noun is defined as a form of a verb used to indicate the time and sometimes the continuation or the completeness of an action in relation to the time of speaking.
Tense is a way we use in English referring to the time of “Past” - “Present” - “Future”.
We have already seen how we can use the above 3 timings “Past” - “Present” - “Future” in the Simple Tense. We still have 3 more tenses to deal with. Listed are the 4 categories of tenses:-
  • Simple Tense
  • Continuous Tense (also known as “Participle Tense”)
  • Perfect Tense
  • Continuous Perfect Tense
We will deal with each tenses one by one so as not to “cloud one’s mind”.

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