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aracer.mobi – LEARNING ENGLISH ONLINE. Tense. Signal words. Use. Form. Examples affirmative. Examples negative. Examples interrogative. Simple. (2) Present Continuous– It is used to express an action taking place at the time of speaking. Example – she is writing a letter. Example – She is not writing a letter. The 13 Tense Structures. Present. Simple. Present simple form. I go to the cinema every week. Past. Past simple form. I went to the cinema last week. Future .

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English Grammar Basics Tenses Pdf

PDF + online grammar rules and exercises on all English tenses. Present Present simple + continuous PDF worksheets + online exercises and grammar rules. aracer.mobi May be freely copied for personal or classroom use. The basic forms of the English verb tenses: positive negative. TENSES. EXPLANATIONS aracer.mobi May be freely copied speaking. These things usually last for quite a short time and they are not.

Name of usually nature. Classification of noun: 1: Form 2: Meaning 3: Case 4: Gender 1: Form is divided into two parts: 1: Countable nouns are those nouns that we can count them. Ex: Book, Pen, Table and etc… 2: None count nouns are those nouns that we can not count them. Ex: Chair, House, Book and etc… The concrete nouns are divided into five parts: 1: Proper noun is the name of some proper person or place. Note: The proper nouns are always written with capital letters at the beginning. Ex: Afghanistan, Kabul, Allah and etc… Allah is one.

Ex: Book, Pen, Table and etc… 2: None count nouns are those nouns that we can not count them.

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Ex: Chair, House, Book and etc… The concrete nouns are divided into five parts: 1: Proper noun is the name of some proper person or place. Note: The proper nouns are always written with capital letters at the beginning. Ex: Afghanistan, Kabul, Allah and etc… Allah is one. Ex: School, Student, Class and etc… 3: Collective noun is the name of collection of people, things or animals. Ex: They have a nice family.

Ex: Wood, Milk, Catton and etc… 5: Combined noun is a noun which is formed by the combination of two or more than two nouns. Ex: Shopkeeper, Candy shop, Mother in law and etc… 2: Abstract noun is the noun which does not have any foreign or physical existence and can not be touchable. Ex: Man, Woman, Chair and etc… 1: What is gender?

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The sex or the bare form of a noun is called gender. Or: Gender is a word which is used to show state or quality of a noun. Gender has been taken from a Latina word Genus it means kind or type. Noun gender is divided into two parts: 1: Main gender 2: Subordinating gender 1: Main gender is divided into three parts: 1: Masculine gender 2: Feminine gender 3: Neuter gender 1: Masculine gender a noun which denotes a male human or animal is called masculine gender.

Ex: Mother, Sister, Actress…etc 3: Neuter gender a noun which denotes neither male nor female a thing with out life is called neuter gender. Ex: Stone, Chair, Desk…etc 2: Subordinating gender is divided into one part: 1: Common gender a noun which denotes both male and female or animal is called common gender.

The general way for pluralization of nouns, is to add s or es at the end of singular nouns. Ex: Verbs Nouns Introduce Introduction 6: When we add tion with some verbs, there are sometimes other changes in spelling. Simple is used in the fundamental or basic tenses. Or Simple is used in tenses which occur in exact time. Present indicate for that action that happen in the present time. Tense is the form of the verb, which shows when an action happened. Usage is the way which shows how and where to use a tense.

Structure is the formula that shows how to make the sentences of a tense. Subject is the doer of an action. Or The word which is used at the beginning of the sentences is called subject.

Verb is a word which is used to show state or action. A word or group of word which completes the meaning of a sentence is called complement. And it is located after verb.

And it is the part of predicate. Predicate is a group of word which completes the meaning of a sentence.

And it is located after subject. Because predicate is common and complement is proper and all proper things are the part of common. Ex: I go to school every day.

Do I go to school every day? Do not I go to school every day? Simple present tense is divided into two parts: 1: Maine simple present tense. I eat lunch every day. General fact is a fact which is clear for all. General fact is two types: 1: Changeable 2: Unchangeable Ex: The sky is high.

Unchangeable I have a good friend. Note: Simple present tense can not show future action without adverb of time.

Ex: I go to Herat tomorrow. He finishes his task next week. Present progressive tense 1: What is present? Progressive shows the duration of an action in the past, present and future tenses.

Ex: I am studying now. I am not studying now. Am not I studying now? Verb is used in the simple or basic tenses and it can emphasize less on performing of an action.

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Usage 1: Present progressive tense shows the duration of an action which is in progress at the moment of speaking. Ex: I am speaking now. He is teaching now. Usage 2: The present progressive tense can be also used to show an action which will take place in the future. Ex: I am going to school tomorrow. He is leaving Kabul next week. Simple past tense 1: What is simple? Past is a one of the basic tenses which shows the action that happened in the past.

Ex: I went to town tomorrow. Did I go to town tomorrow? I did not go to town tomorrow. You, We, They: are traveling right now. He, She, It: is traveling right now.

Simple Past Tense Something that occurred before now. Present Perfect Tense We use the present perfect tense to talk about completed actions.

I, You, We, They: have traveled to Turkey.

He, She, It: has traveled to Turkey. Present Perfect Continuous Tense We use the present perfect continuous when the focus is on an activity that is unfinished.

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I, You, We, They: have been traveling for a day. He, She, It: has been traveling for a day.

Past Continuous Tense Something that got interrupted by an occasion or a time.