Verb Tenses

Verb Tenses in English Grammar with definition, examples, formula/structure, and exercises. There are three main types of tenses past, present, and future.

future perfect continuous tense sentences

Future Perfect Continuous Tense Sentences | 50 Examples

The Future Perfect Continuous or Progressive Tense isn’t used very much in English and it is also a little complicated to make. The tense indicates a continuous action that will be completed at some point in the future. Read also: 12 Tenses Explained Future Perfect Continuous Tense Sentences This tense is formed with the modal …

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future continuous tense sentences

Future Continuous Tense Sentences | 50 Examples

The Future Progressive or Continuous Tense is used to express continuing action, something that will be happening, going on, at some point in the future. For example, I will be taking tea in the morning. Read also: 12 Tenses with Examples Future Continuous Tense Sentences I will be attending the conference next month. Bob will be playing …

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past perfect continuous tense sentences

Past Perfect Continuous Tense Sentences in English (Affirmative, Negative & Questions)

Past perfect progressive or continuous tense is very similar to the past perfect tense, only that the focus of this tense is the duration of the action being done in the past before another action happened. Learn more about tenses: Past Perfect Continuous Tense Examples & Formula 12 Tenses with Definition, Formula & Examples Past …

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past perfect tense sentences

Past Perfect Tense Sentences | 50 Examples

The Past Perfect Tense expresses an event that occurred before another action in the past. It can also show that something happened before a specific time in the past. This tense is generally used in reported speech, third conditional sentences, or to show dissatisfaction with the past. Read also: Verb Tenses with Examples Past Perfect …

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past continuous tense sentences

Past Continuous Tense Sentences (Affirmative, Negative & Questions)

The Past Continuous tense or Past Progressive tense indicates continuing action, something that was happening, going on, at some point in the past. The actions can be interrupted by something or can be happening at the same time. For example, I was running. Past Continuous Tense Sentences Here are the 50 sentences of past continuous …

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50 sentences of simple past tense

50 Sentences of Simple Past Tense (Affirmative, Negative, Questions)

The simple past tense is used to express an action or situations which occurred in the past and are finished. Generally, it is used to express the following events or situations. Events in the past that are finished or happened at a specific time in the past. The situation in the past. Series of actions …

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present perfect continuous tense examples

Present Perfect Continuous Tense Sentences (50 Examples)

The Present Perfect Continuous or Progressive tense talks about how long you have been doing something you started in the past and still continue now. “For ten minutes,” “for one year,” and “since Monday” are all durations which can be used with the Present Perfect Continuous Tense. Do you want to learn more about tenses? …

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Present Perfect Tense Sentences (Affirmative, Negative & Interrogative) | 50 Examples

The present perfect tense is used to express a past event that has happened at an unspecified time where the exact time is not known and also is not necessarily completed. For example, I have written. The unspecific expressions such as: ever, never, once, many times, several times, before, so far, already, yet, etc. are commonly used …

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