Category: Verb tenses

Future perfect

Hello dear english learner! In this course we will study another verb tense, it’s the future perfect. The future perfect is a tense that expresses the past in the future: We use it when we talk about an action that will be past comparing to another action. (both actions are in the future) its form

The verb To Do

The verb To Do is used in many forms. You will find in this page some forms of the verb To Do in english tenses:   To Do in Simple present :I Do You Do He/She/It Does We Do They Do   To Do in Simple past :I Did You Did He/She/It Did We Did They Did   Present participle of To Do  : Doing Past participle of To Do  : Done  

The verb To Go

The verb To Go is used in many forms. You will find in this page some forms of the verb To Go in english tenses:   To Go in Simple present :I Go You Go He/She/It Goes We Go They Go   To Go in Simple past :I went You went He/She/It went We went They went   Present participle of To Go  : Going Past participle of To Go  : Gone  

The verb To Have

The verb To Have is a famous verb in English language, it’s used many times in many forms. You will find in this page some forms of the verb To Have in english tenses:   To Have in Simple present :I have You have He/She/It has We have They have   To Have in Simple past :I had You had He/She/It had We had They had   Present participle of To Have  : Having Past

The verb To Be

The verb to be is a famous verb in English language, it’s used many times in many forms. You will find in this page some forms of the verb To Be in english tenses:   To Be in Simple present :I am You are He/She/It is We are They are   To Be in Simple past :I was You were He/She/It was We were They were   Present participle of To Be  : Being Past

Modal verbs

Modal verbs are a kind of verbs that behave differently than the other verbs. These are some of them: Can Could May Might Must Should Shall -Can: The modal verb Can expresses the ability to do something or the possibility that something happen. I can play football it expresses the ability. You can go out!

Past perfect

Form of the Past Perfect The past perfect tense is often used in English when we are relating two events which happened in the past. It helps to show   which event heppened first. It is formed with the auxiliary verb have in the past (HAD), followed by the participle of the main verb. Example sentences:    I had finished my

Present perfect

Form of the Present Perfect The present perfect simple is formed with the auxiliary verb have in the corresponding form for the subject of the sentence, followed by the participle of the main verb. Example sentences:    I have finished my homework. He has been in USA since 1999. Present perfect is used for many different functions: 1-Actions

List of irregular verbs

An irregular verb is a verb which is not conjugated like other verbs (regular verbs), it has its conjugation. In English, the past and the past participle are the forms which are not formed according to the usual patterns of English regular verbs. This is a list of some irregular verbs that you have to

Future continuous

Future Continuous has two different forms: “will be doing ” and “be going to be doing”. The form of this tense:   Subject + Will be + Infinitive + Ing   Sujet + To be + going to be + Infinitif + Ing Examples:     I will be reading the book (in the future)     Tonight, we will be eating dinner We use it to speak about a longer action in

Simple future

Simple Future has two different forms in English: “will” and “be going to.” The simple future refers to a time later than now, and expresses facts or certainty. In this case there is no ‘attitude’. The simple future is used: a. to predict a future event: It will rain tomorrow. b. (with I/we) to express

Past continuous

We use the Past Continuous to talk about past actions in progress. The actions can also be interrupted by something (I was eating my breakfast when the telephone rang). The form of this tense:   Subject + To be (in the past) + Infinitive + Ing Examples:     I was  reading the book when you come.     When  the phone rang, we were eating dinner.    Yesterday at

Present continuous

We use the Present Continuous with Normal Verbs to express the idea that something is happening now, at this very moment. It can also be used to show that something is not happening now. The form of this tense:   Subject + To be + Infinitive + Ing Examples:     I am reading the book (i still read it now)     He

Simple Past

The simple past tense form is the same with all subjects. It is usually formed by adding -ED to the verb. you will find in this page the rules for forming this tense. The past tense is a verb tense expressing action, activity, state or being in the past. Usually we form the simple past

Simple present

The simple present tense is one of the most common tenses in English. you will find in this page the rules for forming the tense. It may be used to express: action at the present time; a state of being; a habitual action; an occurrence in the near future We form the present simple by using: