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?



Write the following sentence in all the forms of TENSES.


We all go to a hill station, during summer vacation.


PRESENT INDEFINITE TENSE



 We all go to a hill station during summer vacation.

We all donot go to a hill station during summer vacation.

Do we all go to a hill station during summer vacation?

Do we all not go to a hill station during summer vacation?



PRESENT CONTINUOUS TENSE


We all are going to a hill station during summer vacation.

We all are not going to a hill station during  summer vacation.

Are we all going to a hill station during summer vacation?

Are we all not going to a hill station during summer vacation?


PRESENT PERFECT TENSE

We all have gone to a hill station during summer vacation.

We all have not gone to a hill station during summer vacation.

Have we all gone to a hill station during summer vacation?

Have we all not gone to a hill station during summer vacation?


PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSE

We all have been going to a hill station during summer vacation for two years.

We all have not been going to a hill station during summer vacation for two years.

Have we all been going to a hill station during summer vacation for two years?

Have we all not been going to a hill station during summer vacation for two years?


PAST INDEFINITE TENSE



 We all went to a hill station during summer vacation.

We all did not go to a hill station during summer vacation.

Did we all go to a hill station during summer vacation?

Did we all not go to a hill station during summer vacation.



PAST CONTINUOUS TENSE


We all were going to a hill station during summer vacation.

We all were not going to a hill station during  summer vacation.

Were we all going to a hill station during summer vacation?

Were we all not going to a hill station during summer vacation?

PAST PERFECT TENSE

We all had gone to a hill station during summer vacation.

We all had not gone to a hill station during summer vacation.

Had we all gone to a hill station during summer vacation?

Had we all not gone to a hill station during summer vacation?


PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSE

We all had been going to a hill station during summer vacation for two years.

We all had not been going to a hill station during summer vacation for two years.

Had we all been going to a hill station during summer vacation for two years?

Had we all not been going to a hill station during summer vacation for two years?



FUTURE INDEFINITE TENSE



 We all will go to a hill station during summer vacation.

We all will not go to a hill station during summer vacation.

Will we all go to a hill station during summer vacation?

Will we all not go to a hill station during summer vacation?



FUTURE CONTINUOUS TENSE


We all will be going to a hill station during summer vacation.

We all will not be going to a hill station during  summer vacation.

Will we all be going to a hill station during summer vacation?

Will we all not be going to a hill station during summer vacation?

FUTURE PERFECT TENSE

We all will have gone to a hill station during summer vacation.

We all will have not gone to a hill station during summer vacation.

Will we all have gone to a hill station during summer vacation?

Will we all have not gone to a hill station during summer vacation?


FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSE

We all will have been going to a hill station during summer vacation for two years.

We all will have not been going to a hill station during summer vacation for two years.

Will  we all have been going to a hill station during summer vacation for two years?

Will  we all have not been going to a hill station during summer vacation for two years?

























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