Friday, 28 June 2013

English Grammar - Types Of Tenses































USE OF ONE SENTENCE IN DIFFERENT FORMS OF TENSES



                           Girls pluck flowers in the garden.


PRESENT TENSE


Indefinite Tense


Girls pluck flowers in the garden. 

Girls do not pluck flowers in the garden.

Do girls pluck flowers in the garden?


Continuous Tense


Girls are plucking flowers in the garden. 

Girls are not plucking flowers in the garden.

Are girls plucking  flowers in the garden?


Perfect Tense


Girls have plucked flowers in the garden. 

Girls have not plucked flowers in the garden.

Have  girls plucked flowers in the garden?


Perfect Continuous Tense


Girls have been plucking flowers in the garden since morning.

Girls have not been plucking flowers in the garden since morning.

Have girls been plucking  flowers in the garden  since morning?


PAST TENSE


Indefinite Tense


Girls plucked flowers in the garden. 

Girls did not pluck flowers in the garden.

Did girls pluck flowers in the garden?


Continuous Tense

Girls were plucking flowers in the garden. 

Girls were not plucking flowers in the garden.

Were girls plucking  flowers in the garden?


Perfect Tense


Girls had plucked flowers in the garden. 

Girls hade not plucked flowers in the garden.

Had  girls plucked flowers in the garden?


Perfect Continuous Tense


Girls had been plucking flowers in the garden since morning.

Girls had not been plucking flowers in the garden since morning.

Had girls been plucking  flowers in the garden  since morning?


FUTURE TENSE


Indefinite Tense


Girls will pluck flowers in the garden. 

Girls will not pluck flowers in the garden.

Will girls pluck flowers in the garden?


Continuous Tense


Girls will be plucking flowers in the garden. 

Girls will not be  plucking flowers in the garden.

Will girls be plucking  flowers in the garden?


Perfect Tense


Girls will have plucked flowers in the garden. 

Girls will have not plucked flowers in the garden.

Will  girls have plucked flowers in the garden?


Perfect Continuous Tense


Girls will have been plucking flowers in the garden since morning.

Girls will  have not been plucking flowers in the garden since morning.

Will girls have been plucking  flowers in the garden  since morning?