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VERB TENSES

SIMPLE PRESENT
• It is used
i d to represent repeated, usual actions.
d l i
Ex:
1. I play tennis every Saturday.
2 She works in the
2. in the afternoons.
afternoons
3. I don’t play tennis every Saturday.
4. She doesn’t work in the afternoons.
5 Do you
5. Do you play tennis
play tennis every Saturday?
6. Does she work in the afternoons?
SIMPLE PAST
• It is used
i d to express an action
i that
h started
d and
d
finished in a specific time in the past.
Ex:
1. I played
p y tennis yyesterday. y
2. She saw a movie last weekend.
3 I didn
3. I didn’tt play tennis
play tennis yesterday.
yesterday
4. She didn’t see a movie last weekend.
5. Did id you play tennis
l i yesterday?
d ?
6. Did she see a movie last weekend?
PRESENT CONTINUOUS
• It is used
i d to indicate
i di an action
i that
h is happening 
i h i
now. (verb to be + ing)
Ex:
1. Myy mother is watchingg TV now.
2. We are studying English.
3 My mother isn
3. isn’tt watching TV now.
TV now
4. We aren’t studying English.
5. Is your motherh watchinghi TV now??
6. Are you doing your homework?
PAST CONTINUOUS
• It is used to indicate that a longer action in 
the ppast was interrupted. (was/were
p ( + ing)
g)
Ex:
1 I was
1. I watching
hi TV when
TV h mom arrived. i d
2. We were talkingg when the p phone rang.
g
3. She was reading a book.
4. Harry and Bob were playing chess.
FUTURE (will)
• It is used to indicate an action that the person
is not sure about the future.
Ex:
1 I will
1. I ill probable
b bl go to Los
L Angeles in 
A l i
December.
2. Maybe we will not be here tomorrow.
FUTURE (going to)
• It is used to indicate an action that the person
is sure about the future. (to be
( + going
g g to + 
verb)
Ex:
1. I am going to Los Angeles this year.
2. We are going to be here tomorrow.
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