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Tense

 

Tense

Definition: An aspect of verb which tells the time of an action is called tense. Tenses have certain rules, according to which a sentence is made.
There are mainly three kinds of tenses.

  1. Present tense
  2. Past tense
  3. Future tense

Each of present, past and future tense is further divided into four kinds.

  1. Simple (Indifinite)
  2. Continuous (progressive)
  3. Perfect 
  4. Perfect Continuous (Perfect progressive)

In this way, there are 12 kinds of tense, which are explained in detail as below

 

Click on each below to study each tense

PRESENT TENSE

a  Present simple tense
a  Present Continuous tense
a  Present Perfect tense
a  Present Perfect Continuous tense

PAST TENSE

a  Past simple tense
a  Past Continuous tense
a  Past Perfect tense
a  Past Perfect Continuous tense

FUTURE TENSE

a Future simple tense
a  Future Continuous tense
a  Future Perfect tense
a  Future Perfect Continuous tense