Wednesday, 27 November 2013


USE OF ONE SENTENCE IN ALL THE FORMS OF TENSES  :
Exercise For Practice

Exercise No. 1.

Education plays a  vital role in a person’s life.


PRESENT TENSE


INDEFINITE  TENSE


Education plays a vital role in a person’s life.
Education does not play a vital role in  a person’s life.
Does education play a vital role in  a person’s life ?
Does education not play a vital role in  a person’s life ?


CONTINUOUS TENSE

Education  is playing  a vital role in a person’s life.
Education is not playing  a vital role in  a person’s life.
Is education playing a vital role in  a person’s life ?
Is education not  playing a vital role in  a person’s life ?

PERFECT TENSE


Education  has  played  a vital role in a person’s life.
Education has not played  a vital role in  a person’s life.
Has education  played a vital role in  a person’s life ?
Has education not  played a vital role in  a person’s life ?

PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSE


Education has been playing a vital role in a person’s life for so many years.
Education has not been playing a vital role in  a person’s life for so many years.
Has education been playing a vital role in a person’s life for so many years?
Has education been not playing a vital role in a person’s life for so many years?

PAST TENSE


INDEFINITE  TENSE


Education played a vital role in a person’s life.
Education did not play a vital role in  a person’s life.
Did education play a vital role in  a person’s life ?
Did education not play a vital role in  a person’s life ?


CONTINUOUS TENSE

Education  was playing  a vital role in a person’s life.
Education was not playing a vital role in a person’s life.
Was education playing a vital role in a person’s life ?
Was education not playing a vital role in a person’s life ?

PERFECT TENSE


Education  had  played  a vital role in a person’s life.
Education had not played  a vital role in  a person’s life.
Had education  played a vital role in  a person’s life ?
Had education not  played a vital role in  a person’s life ?

PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSE


Education had been playing a vital role in a person’s life for so many years.
Education had not been playing a vital role in  a person’s life for so many years.
Had education been playing a vital role in a person’s life for so many years?
Had education been not playing a vital role in a person’s life for so many years?

FUTURE   TENSE


INDEFINITE  TENSE


Education will play a vital role in a person’s life.
Education will not play a vital role in  a person’s life.
Will education play a vital role in  a person’s life ?
Will education not play a vital role in  a person’s life ?


CONTINUOUS TENSE

Education  will be   playing  a vital role in a person’s life.
Education will not be playing  a vital role in  a person’s life.
Will education be playing a vital role in  a person’s life ?
Will education not  be playing a vital role in  a person’s life ?

PERFECT TENSE


Education  will have  played  a vital role in a person’s life.
Education will have not played  a vital role in  a person’s life.
Will education have played a vital role in  a person’s life ?
Will education not have played a vital role in  a person’s life ?

PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSE


Education will have been playing a vital role in a person’s life for so many years.
Education will have not been playing a vital role in  a person’s life for so many years.
Will education have been playing a vital role in a person’s life for so many years?
Will education have not been  playing a vital role in a person’s life for so many years?


Exercise No. 2.

 I paint a  beautiful picture.

PRESENT TENSE


INDEFINITE  TENSE


I paint a beautiful picture.
I do not paint a beautiful picture.
Do I paint a beautiful picture?
Do I not paint a beautiful picture?

CONTINUOUS TENSE

I am painting  a beautiful picture.
I am not painting a beautiful picture.
Am I painting  a beautiful picture?
Am I not painting a beautiful picture?

PERFECT TENSE

I  have painted a beautiful picture.
I have not painted a beautiful picture.
Have I painted a beautiful picture?
Have I not painted a beautiful picture?

PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSE

I have been painting  a beautiful picture since morning.
I have not been painting a beautiful picture  since morning.
Have I been painting  a beautiful picture since morning?
Have I not been painting a beautiful picture since morning?

PAST TENSE

INDEFINITE  TENSE


I painted a beautiful picture.
I did not paint a beautiful picture.
Did I paint a beautiful picture?
Did I not paint a beautiful picture?

CONTINUOUS TENSE

I was painting  a beautiful picture.
I was not painting a beautiful picture.
Was I painting a beautiful picture?
Was I not painting a beautiful picture?

PERFECT TENSE

I had painted a beautiful picture.
I had not painted a beautiful picture.
Had I painted a beautiful picture?
Had I not painted a beautiful picture?

PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSE

I had been painting  a beautiful picture since morning.
I had not been painting a beautiful picture  since morning.
Had I been painting  a beautiful picture since morning?
Had I not been painting a beautiful picture since morning?

FUTURE TENSE

INDEFINITE  TENSE

I shall paint a beautiful picture.
I shall not paint a beautiful picture.
Shall I paint a beautiful picture?
Shall I not paint a beautiful picture?

CONTINUOUS TENSE
I shall  be painting  a beautiful picture.
I shall not be painting a beautiful picture.
Shall I be painting  a beautiful picture?
Shall  I not be painting a beautiful picture?

PERFECT TENSE
I  shall have painted a beautiful picture.
I shall have not painted a beautiful picture.
Shall  I have painted a beautiful picture?
Shall I have not painted a beautiful picture?

PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSE
I shall have been painting  a beautiful picture since morning.
I shall have not been painting a beautiful picture  since morning.
Shall I have been painting  a beautiful picture since morning?
Shall I have not been painting a beautiful picture since morning?

Exercise No. 3.

 

                                             You sing a melodious song.

PRESENT TENSE


INDEFINITE  TENSE

You sing a  melodious song.
You do not sing a  melodious song.
Do you sing a  melodious song?
Do you not sing a  melodious song?


CONTINUOUS TENSE

You are singing  a  melodious song.
You are not singing  a  melodious song.
Are you singing a  melodious song?
Are you not singing  a  melodious song?



PERFECT TENSE

You have sung a melodious song.
You have not sung a melodious song.
Have you sung a melodious song?
Have you not sung a melodious song?

PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSE

You have been singing a melodious song for two hours.
You have not been singing a melodious song for two hours.
Have you been singing a melodious song for two hours?
Have you not  been   singing  a melodious song for two hours?

PAST TENSE


INDEFINITE  TENSE

You sang a  melodious song.
You did not sing a  melodious song.
Did you sing a  melodious song?
Did you not sing a  melodious song?


CONTINUOUS TENSE

You were singing  a  melodious song.
You were not singing  a  melodious song.
Were you singing a  melodious song?
Were you not singing  a  melodious song?

PERFECT TENSE

You had sung a melodious song.
You had not sung a melodious song.
Had you sung a melodious song?
Had you not sung a melodious song?

PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSE

You had been singing a melodious song for two hours.
You had not been singing a melodious song for two hours.
Had you been singing a melodious song for two hours?
Had you not been singing  a melodious song for two hours?

FUTURE TENSE


INDEFINITE  TENSE

You will sing a  melodious song.
You will   not sing a  melodious song.
Will you sing a  melodious song?
Will you not sing a  melodious song?


CONTINUOUS TENSE

You will be singing  a  melodious song.
You will not be singing  a  melodious song.
Will you be singing a  melodious song?
Will you not be singing  a  melodious song?



PERFECT TENSE

You will have sung a melodious song.
You will have not sung a melodious song.
Will you have sung a melodious song?
Will you have not sung a melodious song?

PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSE

You will have been singing a melodious song for two hours.
You will have not been singing a melodious song for two hours.
Will you have been singing a melodious song for two hours?
Will you have not been singing a melodious song for two hours?




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English Grammar -- Tenses --- Exercise for Use of a Sentence in Different forms of Tenses


EXERCISE FOR 

USE OF A SENTENCE IN DIFFERENT FORMS OF TENSES 


USE OF ONE SENTENCE IN ALL THE FORMS OF TENSES  :


1. JOHN GOES TO HIS OFFICE.

PRESENT TENSE


INDEFINITE  TENSE


John goes to his office.
John does not go to his office.
Does John go to his office?
Does John not go to his office?


CONTINUOUS TENSE 


John is going to his office.
John is not going to his office.
Is John going to his office?
Is John not going to his office?

PERFECT TENSE


John has gone to his office.
John has not gone to his office.
Has John gone to his office?
Has John not gone to his office?


PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSE 


John has been going to his office for two months.
John has not been going to his office for two months.
Has John  been going to his office for two months ?
Has John not been going to his office for two months?

PAST TENSE

INDEFINITE  TENSE


John went to his office.
John did not go to his office.
Did John go to his office?
Did John not go to his office?


CONTINUOUS TENSE 


John was going to his office.
John was not going to his office.
Was John going to his office?
Was John not going to his office?

PERFECT TENSE


John had gone to his office.
John had not gone to his office.
Had John  gone to his office?
Had John not gone to his office?


PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSE 


John had been going to his office for two months.
John had not been going to his office for two months.
Had John  been going to his office for two months ?
Had John not been going to his office for two months?

FUTURE TENSE


INDEFINITE  TENSE



John will go to his office.
John will not go to his office.
Will John go to his office?
Will John not go to his office?


CONTINUOUS TENSE 


John will be going to his office.
John will not be going to his office.
Will John be going to his office?
Will John not be going to his office?

PERFECT TENSE


John will have gone to his office.
John will not have gone to his office.
Will  John have gone to his office?
Will John  have not gone to his office?


PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSE 


John will have been going to his office for two months.
John will have not been been going to his office for two months.
Will  John  have been going to his office for two months ?
Will John have not been going to his office for two months?


2. The girl combs her hair.

PRESENT TENSE


INDEFINITE  TENSE


The girl combs her hair.
The girl does not comb her hair.
Does the girl comb her hair?
Does the girl  not comb her hair?  


CONTINUOUS TENSE 


The girl is combing  her hair.
The girl is not combing her hair.
Is the girl combing her hair?
Is the girl  not combing her hair?  


PERFECT TENSE


The girl has combed her hair.
The girl has not combed her hair.
Has the girl combed her hair?
Has the girl  not combed her hair?  



PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSE 



The girl has been combing  her hair for half an hour.
The girl has not been combing her hair for half an hour.
Has the girl been combing her hair for half an hour?
Has the girl  not been  combing her hair for half an hour?  


PAST TENSE


INDEFINITE  TENSE


The girl combed her hair.
The girl did not comb her hair.
Did the girl comb her hair?
Did the girl  not comb her hair?  


CONTINUOUS TENSE 


The girl was combing  her hair.
The girl was not combing her hair.
Was the girl combing her hair?
Was the girl  not combing her hair?  

PERFECT TENSE


The girl had combed her hair.
The girl had not combed her hair.
Had the girl combed her hair?
Had the girl  not combed her hair?  



PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSE 



The girl had been combing  her hair for half an hour.
The girl had not been combing her hair for half an hour.
Had the girl been combing her hair for half an hour?
Had the girl  not been  combing her hair for half an hour?  


FUTURE TENSE


INDEFINITE  TENSE


The girl will comb her hair.
The girl will not comb her hair.
Will the girl comb her hair?
Will the girl  not comb her hair?  


CONTINUOUS TENSE 


The girl will be combing  her hair.
The girl will not  be combing her hair.
Will the girl be combing her hair?
Will the girl  not be  combing her hair?  

PERFECT TENSE


The girl will have combed her hair.
The girl will not have combed her hair.
Will  the girl have combed her hair?
Will the girl  not have combed her hair?  



PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSE 



The girl will have been combing  her hair for half an hour.
The girl will not have been combing her hair for half an hour.
Will the girl  have been combing her hair for half an hour?
Will the girl  not have  been  combing her hair for half an hour?  



3. We go out for a walk in the morning.


PRESENT TENSE


INDEFINITE  TENSE


We go out for a  walk in the  morning.
We do not go out for a walk in the morning.
Do we go out for a walk in the morning?
Do we not go out for a walk in the morning?


CONTINUOUS TENSE 


 We are going out for a walk in the morning.
We  are not going out for a walk in the morning.
Are we going out for a walk in the morning?
Are we not going out for a walk in the morning?

PERFECT TENSE

We have gone out for a  walk in the morning.
We have not gone out for a  walk in the morning.
Have we gone out for a  walk in the morning?
Have we not gone out for a  walk in the morning?


PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSE 

We have been going out for a walk in the  morning for two months.
We  have not been going out for a walk in the morning for two months.
Have  we been going out for a walk in the morning for two months ?
Have we not been  going out for a walk in the morning for two months?



PAST TENSE


INDEFINITE  TENSE


We went out for a  walk in the  morning.
We did not go out for a walk in the morning.
Did we go out for a walk in the morning?
Did we not go out for a walk in the morning?


CONTINUOUS TENSE 


 We were going out for a walk in the morning.
We  were not going out for a walk in the morning.
Were we going out for a walk in the morning?
Were we not going out for a walk in the morning?

PERFECT TENSE

We had gone out for a  walk in the morning.
We had not gone out for a  walk in the morning.
Had we gone out for a  walk in the morning?
Had we not gone out for a  walk in the morning?


PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSE 

We had been going out for a walk in the  morning for two months.
We  had not been going out for a walk in the morning for two months.
Had  we been going out for a walk in the morning for two months ?
Had we not been  going out for a walk in the morning for two months?



FUTURE TENSE


INDEFINITE  TENSE


We shall go out for a  walk in the  morning.
We shall not go out for a walk in the morning.
Shall we go out for a walk in the morning?
Shall we not go out for a walk in the morning?


CONTINUOUS TENSE 


 We shall be going out for a walk in the morning.
We  shall not be going out for a walk in the morning.
Shall we  be going out for a walk in the morning?
Shall we not be going out for a walk in the morning?

PERFECT TENSE

We shall have gone out for a  walk in the morning.
We shall  have not gone out for a  walk in the morning.
Shall we have gone out for a  walk in the morning?
Shall we have not gone out for a  walk in the morning?


PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSE 

We shall have been going out for a walk in the  morning for two months.
We  shall have not been going out for a walk in the morning for two months.
Shall  we have  been going out for a walk in the morning for two months ?
Shall we have not been  going out for a walk in the morning for two months?