12 Tenses Formula With Example PDF

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12 Tenses Formula With Example




12 Tenses Formula With Example PDF

Tenses Positive Negative Question
Present Simple I prefer my coffee black. I don’t prefer my coffee black. Do I prefer my coffee black?
Present Continuous She is listening the music now. She is not listening the music now. Is she listening the music now?
Present Perfect It has rained a lot lately. It has not rained a lot lately. Has it rained a lot lately?
Present Perfect Continuous She has been singing a song. She has not been singing a song. Has she been singing a song?
Past Simple We watched the news last night. We did not watched the news last night. Did we watched the news last night?
Past Continuous I was learning German last year. I was not learning German last year. Was I learning German last year?
Past perfect He had left when I went to the club. He had not left when I went to the club. Had he left when I went to the club?
Past Perfect Continuous They had been being friend since childhood. They had not been being friend since childhood. Had they been being friend since childhood?
Future Simple They will study math. They will not study math. Will they study math?
Future Continuous They will be loving you. They will not be loving you. Will they be loving you?
Future Perfect By next week, they will have earned lots of money. By next week, they will not have earned lots of money. Will they have earned lots of Money, by next week?
Future Perfect Continuous I will have been shopping on Tuesday. I will not have been shopping on Tuesday. Will I have been shopping on Tuesday?




Simple Present Tense

Simple Present Tense indicates an action which happens in the present. It indicates general truths, scientific facts, habits, fixed arrangements and frequently occuring events etc…

POSITIVE (+) NEGATIVE (-) QUESTION (?)
I prefer I do not (don’t) prefer Do I prefer
You prefer You do not (don’t) prefer Do you prefer
He prefers He does not (doesn’t) prefer Does he prefer
She prefers She does not (doesn’t) prefer Does she prefer
It prefers It does not (doesn’t) prefer Does it prefer
We prefer We do not (don’t) prefer Do we prefer
You prefer You do not (don’t) prefer Do you prefer
They prefer They do not (don’t) prefer Do they prefer

 

Present Continuous Tense

Present Continuous Tense indicates an action which is in progress at the time of speaking or at the present time. The present continuous is formed using am / is / are + present participle.

POSITIVE (+) NEGATIVE (-) QUESTION (?)
I am preferring I am not (I’m not) preferring Am I preferring
You are preferring You are not (aren’t) preferring Are you preferring
He is preferring He is not (isn’t) preferring Is he preferring
She is preferring She is not (isn’t) preferring Is she preferring
It is preferring It is not (isn’t) preferring Is it preferring
We are preferring We are not (aren’t) preferring Are we preferring
You are preferring You are not (aren’t) preferring Are you preferring
They are preferring They are not (aren’t) preferring Are they preferring



Present Perfect Tense

Present Perfect Tense is used to express an event that started in the past and the impact of the event is now continuing. It links between the present and the past.

POSITIVE(+) NEGATIVE(-) POSITIVE QUESTION (?)
I have shown I have not (haven’t) shown Have I shown
You have shown You have not (haven’t) shown Have you shown
He has shown He has not (hasn’t) shown Has he shown
She has shown She has not (hasn’t) shown Has she shown
It has shown It has not (hasn’t) shown Has it shown
We have shown We have not (haven’t) shown Have we shown
You have shown You have not (haven’t) shown Have you shown
They have shown They have not (haven’t) shown Have they shown



Present Perfect Continuous Tense

Present Perfect Continuous Tense is used to explain an action which started in the past and has continued up until now.

POSITIVE (+) NEGATIVE (-) QUESTION (?)
I have been repairing I have not (haven’t) been repairing Have I been repairing
You have been repairing You have not (haven’t) been repairing Have you been repairing
He has been repairing He has not (hasn’t) been repairing Has she been repairing
She has been repairing She has not (hasn’t) been repairing Has he been repairing
It has been repairing It has not (hasn’t) been repairing Has it been repairing
We have been repairing We have not (haven’t) been repairing Have we been repairing
You have been repairing You have not (haven’t) been repairing Have you been repairing
They have been repairing They have not (haven’t) been repairing Have they been repairing

 

Simple Past Tense

The simple past tense is used to talk about a completed action in a time before now. It indicates an action which is completed at a definite time in the past.

POSITIVE (+) NEGATIVE (-) QUESTION (?)
I watched I did not (didn’t) watch Did I watch
You watched You did not (didn’t) watch Did you watch
He watched He did not (didn’t) watch Did he watch
She watched She did not (didn’t) watch Did she watch
It watched It did not (didn’t) watch Did it watch
We watched We did not (didn’t) watch Did we watch
You watched You did not (didn’t) watch Did you watch
They watched They did not (didn’t) watch Did they watch



Past Continuous Tense

The past continuous tense refers to a continuing action or state that was happening at some point in the past. It points out an action which started in the past and continued in a certain time period.

POSITIVE (+) NEGATIVE (-) QUESTION (?)
I was learning I was not (wasn’t) learning Was I learning
You were learning You were not (weren’t) learning Were you learning
He was learning He was not (wasn’t) learning Was he learning
She was learning She was not (wasn’t) learning Was she learning
It was learning It was not (wasn’t) learning Was it learning
We were learning We were not (weren’t) learning Were we learning
You were learning You were not (weren’t) learning Were you learning
They were learning They were not (weren’t) learning Were they learning

 

Past Perfect Tense

The past perfect tense points out a past action which is completed before another past action.

POSITIVE (+) NEGATIVE (-) QUESTION (?)
I had returned I had not (hadn’t) returned Had I returned
You had returned You had not (hadn’t) returned Had you returned
He had returned He had not (hadn’t) returned Had he returned
She had returned She had not (hadn’t) returned Had she returned
It had returned It had not (hadn’t) returned Had it returned
We had returned We had not (hadn’t) returned Had we returned
You had returned You had not (hadn’t) returned Had you returned
They had returned They had not (hadn’t) returned Had they returned

 

Past Perfect Continuous Tense

The past perfect continuous tense indicates “how long the action had continued”.

POSITIVE (+) NEGATIVE (-) QUESTION (?)
I had been trying I had not (hadn’t) been trying Had I been trying
You had been trying You had not (hadn’t) been trying Had you been trying
He had been trying He had not (hadn’t) been trying Had she been trying
She had been trying She had not (hadn’t) been trying Had he been trying
It had been trying It had not (hadn’t) been trying Had it been trying
We had been trying We had not (hadn’t) been trying Had we been trying
You had been trying You had not (hadn’t) been trying Had you been trying
They had been trying They had not (hadn’t) been trying Had they been trying



Simple Future Tense

The simple future tense is used to construct sentences about future time.

POSITIVE (+) NEGATIVE (-) QUESTION (?)
I will allow I will not (won’t) allow Will I allow
You will allow You will not (won’t) allow Will you allow
He will allow He will not (won’t) allow Will he allow
She will allow She will not (won’t) allow Will she allow
It will allow It will not (won’t) allow Will it allow
We will allow We will not (won’t) allow Will we allow
You will allow You will not (won’t) allow Will you allow
They will allow They will not (won’t) allow Will they allow

 


Future Continuous Tense

The future continuous tense points out an action which will be in progress at some definite time in the future.

POSITIVE (+) NEGATIVE (-) QUESTION (?)
I will be waiting I will not (won’t) be waiting Will I be waiting
You will be waiting You will not (won’t) be waiting Will you be waiting
He will be waiting He will not (won’t) be waiting Will he be waiting
She will be waiting She will not (won’t) be waiting Will she be waiting
It will be waiting It will not (won’t) be waiting Will it be waiting
We will be waiting We will not (won’t) be waiting Will we be waiting
You will be waiting You will not (won’t) be waiting Will you be waiting
They will be waiting They will not (won’t) be waiting Will they be waiting

 

Future Perfect Tense

The future perfect tense is used to express an action, expected to be completed before a certain time in the future.

POSITIVE (+) NEGATIVE (-) QUESTION (?)
I will have relaxed I will not (won’t) have relaxed Will I have relaxed
You will have relaxed You will not (won’t) have relaxed Will you have relaxed
He will have relaxed He will not (won’t) have relaxed Will he have relaxed
She will have relaxed She will not (won’t) have relaxed Will she have relaxed
It will have relaxed It will not (won’t) have relaxed Will it have relaxed
We will have relaxed We will not (won’t) have relaxed Will we have relaxed
You will have relaxed You will not (won’t) have relaxed Will you have relaxed
They will have relaxed They will not (won’t) have relaxed Will they have relaxed

 


Future Perfect Continuous Tense

The future perfect tense points out an action that will continue up until a point in the future.

POSITIVE (+) NEGATIVE (-) QUESTION (?)
I will have been playing I will not (won’t) have been playing Will I have been playing
You will have been playing You will not (won’t) have been playing Will you have been playing
He will have been playing He will not (won’t) have been playing Will he have been playing
She will have been playing She will not (won’t) have been playing Will she have been playing
It will have been playing It will not (won’t) have been playing Will it have been playing
We will have been playing We will not (won’t) have been playing Will we have been playing
You will have been playing You will not (won’t) have been playing Will you have been playing
They will have been playing They will not (won’t) have been playing Will they have been playing

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