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In grammar, tense is the time of a verb’s action or the state of being, such as present (something happening now), past (something happened earlier), or future (something going to happen). In other words, tense is a category that expresses time reference.

The tenses mainly consist of three types, that is Past, Present, and Future.  In English, each of these tenses can take four main aspects: simple, perfect, continuous (also known as progressive), and perfect continuous.

The perfect aspect is formed using the verb  to have , while the continuous aspect is formed using the verb  ‘to be ‘. In academic writing, the most commonly used tenses are the present simple, the past simple, and the present perfect.

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Thus, the tense of a verb does not show the time of an action or event alone. It shows the state of that action also.

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ENGLISH TENSES. The different structures Simple : Continuous (Progressive) : Perfect : The Tenses Present : Past : Future : . infinitive be + -ing have + past participle Present Simple Present Continuous (Progressive) Present Perfect

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ENGLISH TENSES Class III / English tenses

The different structures Simple : Continuous (Progressive) : Perfect : The Tenses Present : Past : Future : infinitive be + -ing have + past participle Present Simple Present Continuous (Progressive) Present Perfect Present Perfect Continuous (Progressive) Past Simple Past Continuous (Progressive) Past Perfect Past Perfect Continuous (Progressive) Future Simple Future Continuous (Progressive) Future ‘going to’ (Future Perfect) (Future Perfect Continuous (Progressive)) Class III / English tenses

How to write it: • Infinitive • I play / I come • He / she / it : infinitive + s • He plays, he comes • Question: do / does + infinitive • Do you play? / does he come? • Negative: do not (don’t) / does not (doesn’t) + infinitive • I do not (don’t) play / he does not (doesn’t) come • How to make he / she / it forms: • Most verbs: + s • come - comes • - s, - sh, - ch, - x, - o: + es • pass – passes / wash - washes • consonant + y: - ies • fly – flies The Present Simple Class III / English tenses

The Present Simple • How to use it: • The Present Simple is used to talk about : • things that are always true • The sun rises in the east. • habits (routines) and things that happen repeatedly • Joe plays golf on Sundays. Class III / English tenses

Whatkind of a disguiseisthis? LittleRed Hood? I have got a routine! When I go out, I wearsunglasses and a redhoody, because I want to be incognito! Class III / English tenses

The Present Continuous (Progressive) • How to write it: • am, is, are + -ing • I am playing / I am coming • Question: • Are you playing? / Is he coming? • Negative: • I am not playing / he is not (isn’t) playing • How to make –ing forms: • Most verbs: inf + -ing • open - opening • Verbs ending in –e: inf (-e)+ - ing • drive - driving • ie changes to: y + ing • lie - lying • one vowel + one consonant: double the consonant • stop - stopping Class III / English tenses

The Present Continuous (Progressive) • How to use it: • The Present Continuous is used to talk about : • things that are happening now or around now • I’m working just now. • I’m reading an interesting book • (it doesn’t mean that I am reading it right now, but that the reading of the book is in progress these days.) • Verbs normally not used in the Present Continuous: • hate, know, like, love, mean, need, prefer, seem, understand, want ... • These verbs are not action verbs! A continuoustenseisonlyusedwith action verbs Class III / English tenses

Whatare youdoing? I amcycling and trying to catch a ball …and whatare youdoing? I am running… but I don’tlikethis! Class III / English tenses

Present Simple or Present Continuous (Progressive) • Put the verbs listen and look in the correct tense in these sentences: • Amy usually ______________ the news on the radio in the morning. • Sam ______________ a concert on the radio at the moment. • My sister always ______________ unusual things to bring back when she goes on holiday. • We ______________ Alison’s purse. She can’t find it anywhere. listens to is listening to looks for are looking for Class III / English tenses

Present Simple or Present Continuous (Progressive) • Make questions using the prompts: • foreign food / like? • _____________________________________________ • need / take / go camping? • _____________________________________________ • want / do / after the lesson? • _____________________________________________ • season / prefer ? • _____________________________________________ • there / anything / really hate / do? • _____________________________________________ • this exercise / seem difficult? • _____________________________________________ Do you like foreign food? What do you need to take when you go camping? What do you want to do after the lesson? Which season do you prefer? Is there anything you really hat doing? Does this exercise seem difficult? Class III / English tenses

The Present Perfect • How to write it: • have, has + past participle • I have played / I havecome • Question • Have you played? / has he come? • Negative • I have not (haven’t) played / I have not (haven’t) come • How to make past participle: • Regular past participles end in –ed • Irregular past participle, see list 3rd column Class III / English tenses

The Present Perfect • How to use it: • The Present Perfect is used to: • talk about the past and the present • I’ve made a cake. Would you like some? • give news • The Prime Minister has arrivedin Washington. • say how long something has continued up to now • I’ve lived here for two years. Class III / English tenses

Have youeverskied? Oh yes, we have evenskied in summer! Look how tall I am! I have grown! Class III / English tenses

The Present Perfect Continuous (Progressive) • How to write it: • have, has been + - ing • I have been playing/ I have been learning • Question • Have you been playing? / has he been learning? • Negative • I have not (haven’t) been playing / I have not been (haven’t) learning Class III / English tenses

The Present Perfect Continuous (Progressive) • How to use it: • The Present Perfect Continuous is used for: • unfinished actions continuing up to now • Have you been waiting long? • to say how we have been filling our time up to now • Sorry I haven’t written, I’ve been travelling. Class III / English tenses

We have been cycling and… You look tired! What have you been doing? …and pushingourheavy bikes and… … walking all day! Class III / English tenses

Present Perfect or Present Perfect Continuous Complete the conversation with a Present Perfect or a Present Perfect Continuous Laura: What are you doing, Trevor? _________________ (you / be) in here for ages. You’re making an awful mess. Trevor: _________________ (I / clean) out this cupboard most of the afternoon. There’s a lot of old stuff in here. _________________ (I / find) these, look. Laura: _________________ (you / sit) there staring at those old boots for the last five minutes. _________________ (I / watch) you. Trevor: They’re my football boots _________________ (I /have) them since I was about sixteen. _________________ (they / be) in here for years. Laura: Well, throw them away. And what about that tennis racket? Is that yours? Trevor: No, it must be yours. _________________ (I / never / have) a tennis racket. You’ve been I’ve been cleaning I have found You’ve been sitting I have been watching I’ve had They have been I’ve never had Class III / English tenses

The Past Simple • How to write it: • Regular verbs: Infinitive + ed • I played / I opened • Irregular verbs, see list 2nd column • write, wrote, written • Question: did+ infinitive • Did you play? / did he come? • Negative: did not (didn’t) + infinitive • I did not (didn’t) play • How to make regular past forms: • Most verbs -> + ed: worked • After e -> + d:tired • consonant + y -> - ied:cried • one vowel + one consonant -> double the consonant: stopped Class III / English tenses

The Past Simple • How to use it: • The Past Simple is used: • to talk about when things happened • I didn’t see Ann yesterday. • with finished time-expressions (not Present Perfect) • I saw that film last week. • for things that happened one after the other • He parked his car, went into the station and bought a ticket. Class III / English tenses

Last yearwewent to a ski camp withmy class and… … weslept in a beautifuldorm!!! Class III / English tenses

Past Simple or Present Perfect Put in the Present Perfect or Past Simple of the verbs 1. Last time I _________________ (go) to Brighton was in August. 2. I’d like to meet a ghost, but I _________________ (never/ see) one. 3. I’ve finished my homework. I _________________ (do) it before tea. 4. I _________________ (work) for a computer company for a year. That was after college. 5. What time _________________ (you / get) to work this morning? 6. Martin _________________ (be) to Greece five times. He loves the place. 7.The President _________________ (come out) of the building and is going to make a speech. 8. Of course I can ride a bike, but I _________________ (not / ride) one for years. 9. Marilyn Monroe _________________ (be) in about fifty films. 10. Rupert has left a message for you. He _________________ (ring) last night. went have never seen did worked did you get has been has come out haven’t ridden was rang Class III / English tenses

The Past Continuous (Progressive) • How to write it: • was, were + -ing • I was playing / you were coming • Question: • Were you playing? / Was he coming? • Negative: • I was not (wasn’t) playing / he was not (wasn’t) playing Class III / English tenses

The Past Continuous (Progressive) • How to use it: • The Past Continuous is used to say : • what was happening around a past time. • Yesterday at 8 o’clock, I was waiting for the train. • When he came home, I was watching TV Class III / English tenses

Wedidn’twant to go to bedbecausewewere phoning. Class III / English tenses

Past Simple or Past Simple Continuous Put the verbs in brackets into the Past Simple or the Past Continuous: The other day I _________________ (stand) in a queue to buy some theatre tickets when a small group of musicians suddenly _________________ (appear) on the pavement. They _________________ (wear) brightly-coloured clothes and _________________ (play) jazz. After a while, one member of the group _________________ (begin) to walk up and down the queue. I _________________ (notice) that he _________________ (collect) money a lot! It _________________ (be) a cold, windy day, just as he _________________ (reach) my part of the queue, a sudden gust of wind _________________ (blow) the hat out of the musician’s hand. The money _________________ (fall) out all over the pavement. Can you guess what _________________ (happen) next? was standing appeared were wearing were playing began noticed was collecting was was reaching blew fell happened Class III / English tenses

The Past Perfect • How to write it: • had + past participle • I had played • Question • Had you played? • Negative • I had not (hadn’t) played Class III / English tenses

The Past Perfect • How to use it: • The Past Perfect is used: • when we are already talking about the past and want to talk about an earlier past time. • We ran to the cinema but the film had already started. • after when to show that something is completely finished. • When Kate haddone her shopping, she went to visit her sister. Class III / English tenses

Géraldine had made the longestjump … …before Mégane jumped longer. Class III / English tenses

Present Perfect or Past Perfect Put the verbs in the Present Perfect or Past Perfect 1. It isn’t raining now. It _________________ (stop) at last. 2. We had no car at that time. We _________________ (sell) our old one. 3. The par looked awful. People _________________ (leave) litter everywhere. 4. You can have that newspaper. I _________________ (finish) with it. 5. There’s no more cheese. We _________________ (eat) it all, I’m afraid. 6. There was no sign of a taxi, although I _________________ (order) one half an hour before. 7.This bill isn’t right. They _________________ (make) a mistake. 8. I spoke to Kate at lunch-time. Someone _________________ (tell) her the news earlier. 9. I was really tired last night. I _________________ (have) a hard day. 10. Don’t you want to see this programme? It _________________ (start). has stopped had sold had left have finished have eaten had ordered have made had told had had has started Class III / English tenses

Past Simple, Past Continuous or Past Perfect Daniel is telling a story about how he forgot his passport. Put the verbs into the correct form. It _________________ (happen) last August at the airport. A few weeks before, a group of us _________________ (decide) to go to Greece together for a holiday. We _________________ (wait) in the queue at passport control when suddenly I _________________ (realize) that I _________________ (forget) my passport. It _________________ (be) quite a shock. I _________________ (hurry) to a phone and _________________ (ring) my parents. They _________________ (work) in the garden, but luckily my mother _________________ (hear) the phone. They _________________ (find) the passport and immediately _________________ (drive) to the airport with it. I _________________ (meet) them at the information desk. We _________________ (have) no time to talk, but I _________________ (say) goodbye to them earlier that morning. I _________________ (run) all the way to the plane. I was just in time. When I _________________ (get) there, the passengers _________________ (sit) in their seats ready for take-off. When they _________________ (see) me, everyone _________________ (start) clapping. happened had decided were waiting realized had forgotten was hurried rang were working heard found drove met had had said ran got were sitting saw started Class III / English tenses

The Past Perfect Continuous (Progressive) • How to write it: • had been + - ing • I had been playing • Question • Had you been playing? • Negative • I had not (hadn’t) been playing • How to use it: • The Past Perfect Continuous is used for: • a lasting action • They had been working hard before we arrived. Not very different form the Past Perfect. The focus is on the duration Class III / English tenses

The Future Simple • How to write it: • will + infinitive • I will play/ I will open • Question: • will you play? / will he come? • Negative: • I will not (won’t) play • How to use it: • The Future Simple is used: • to predict things about the future • I think it will snow tomorrow. • when we take the decision at the moment of speaking • ‘The phone is ringing’ ‘ Ok, I’ll answer it’. Class III / English tenses

Do youthinkwewillwin the race? I’velost one of myshoes! Ok ! I’ll carry you back to the hotel! Class III / English tenses

The Future Continuous (Progressive) • How to write it: • Will be + -ing • I will be playing • Question: • Will you be playing? • Negative: • I will not (won’t) be playing • How to use it: • The Future Continuous is used: • as usual to introduce the idea of an action lasting for a certain time. • I’ll be working in the morning. • In spoken English to express more an idea of probability than a real future. • She’ll be watching television, I imagine. Class III / English tenses

The Future ‘going to’ • How to write it: • am, are, is going to + -infinitive • I am going to play / you are going to come /he is going to write • Question: • Am I going to play? / are you going to come? / is he going to write? • Negative: • I am not going to play / you are not (aren’t) going to come / he is not (isn’t) going to write. • How to use it: • The‘going to’ Future is used: • When we can see the future in the present. • Look it’s going to rain. • To talk about intentions. • I’m going to take a holiday next week Class III / English tenses

We are not going to behungryaftersuch a meal! We are going to dance all night long! Class III / English tenses

Future Simple or Future ‘going to’ Complete this news report. Use Will or ‘Going to’ We have learned this week that the local council has plans for Westside Park in Brickfield. The council _________________ (sell) the land to a builder, Forbes and Son. The plans are all ready. ‘We _________________ (build) fifty houses,’ said Mr Forbes. ‘In two years’ time everything _________________ (be) finished. I’m sure people _________________ (like) the houses. Most of them _________________ (be) for young families. And we intend to take care of the environment. We _________________ (not /cut) down all the trees, only a few of them.’ But people living near the park are angry. ‘This is a terrible idea. We’re all against it,’ said Mrs Mary Brent. ‘We _________________ (have) a protest march on Saturday. I expect everyone in Brickfield _________________ (be) there. We’ve reached our decision. We _________________ (stop) this plan.’ is going to sell are going to build will be finished will like are going to be / will be are not going to cut are going to have will be are going to stop Class III / English tenses

Complete the letter with the correct tense Dear Christina, Many thanks for your letter. I _________________ (be) very sorry I _________________ (not write) for so long, but I _________________ (be) very busy and we _________________ (have) exams at the end of the month. Anyway, you _________________ (be pleased) to hear the course _________________ (go) really well. I _________________ (like) the teachers very much, and we also _________________ (have) classes for British culture – They’re really interesting. I _________________ (practise) pronunciation in the language lab and watching videos a lot too. As for my social life, it couldn’t be better. I _________________ (meet) lots of really nice people on the course and we all _________________ (get on) well together. We _________________ (go out) to films and restaurants together, and we _________________ (organize) now and then trips to the country. Last weekend we _________________ (go) to Wales which _________________ (be) great. Next month we _________________ (go) to Cornwall. Anyway I’d better go now as I _________________ (want) to catch the post. Do write again soon. Lots of love Andrea am haven’t written have been had will be pleased is going like have am practising have met get on go out organize went was are going (to go) want Class III / English tenses

TENSE Signal words every day, sometimes, always, often, usually, seldom, never SIMPLE PRESENT PRESENT CONTINUOUS now, at the moment, Look! Listen! last… , …ago, in … , yesterday PAST SIMPLE PAST CONTINOUS while just, yet, never, ever, already, so far, up to now, since, for, recently PRESENT PERFECT all day, the whole day, how long, since, for PRESENT PERFECT CONTINOUS already, just, never PAST PERFECT how long, since, for PAST PERFECT CONTINOUS Class III / English tenses

ACTIVEPASSIVE Infinitive -ingform Present Simple PresentContinuous Past Simple PastContinuous PresentPerfect PastPerfect Future Simple ‘Going to’ Future Modal verbs watch watching watch am/is/are watching watched was /were watching have / has watched had watched will watch am / is / are going to watch can watch must watch be watched being watched am / is/ are watched am / is /are being watched was / were watched was were being watched have /has been watched had been watched will be watched am / is / are going to be watched can be watched must be watched Class III / English tenses

Useful Internet links: Verb Tenses: http://www.englishforeveryone.org/Topics/Verb%20Tenses.htm http://www.englisch-hilfen.de/en/worksheets.htm http://www.bbc.co.uk/skillswise/words/grammar/ tenses/getting_the_right_tense/index.shtml Class III / English tenses

Hotel California (By The Eagles) (1976) On a dark desert highway, cool wind in my hair Warm smell of colitas rising up through the air Up ahead in the distance, I saw a shimmering light My head grew heavy and my sight grew dim I had to stop for the night There she stood in the doorway; I heard the mission bell And I was thinking to myself, ‘This could be Heaven, this could be Hell Then she lit up a candle and she showed me the way There was voices down the corridor, I thought I heard them say… Welcome to the Hotel California Such a lovely place, such a lovely face, Plenty of room at the Hotel California Any time of year, you can find it here Her mind is Tiffany-twisted, she got the Mercedes bends She got a lot pretty, pretty boys she calls friends How they dance in the courtyard. sweet summer sweat, Some dance to remember, some dance to forget So I called up the Captain, ‘Please bring me my wine’ He said, ‘We haven’t had that spirit here since nineteen sixty-nine’ And still those voices are calling from far away, Wake up in the middle of the night Just to hear them say … Welcome to the Hotel California Such a lovely place, such a lovely face, They livin’ it up at the Hotel California What a nice surprise, bring your alibis Mirrors on the ceiling The pink champagne on ice And she said ‘ We are all just prisoners here, of our own device’ And in the master’s chambers they gathered for the feast They stab it with their steely knives, But they just can’t kill the beast Last thing I remember, I was Running for the door I had to find the passage back To the place I was before ‘Relax’, said the night man, ‘We are programmed to receive. You can check out any time you like, But you can never leave’ Class III / English tenses

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