Tenses Chart PDF
Tenses Chart PDF
Hello friends, Today we are sharing a very important and easy PDF of Tenses Chart. We have also included some of the most important questions related to English grammar tenses for your better preparation for all the government exams(U.P.P, UPSI,UPTGT, PGT,UPTET/CTET, HTET, RTET, UDA/LDA, RO/ARO, BEd, LLB, RRB, सचिवालय, अस्सिस्टेंट ग्रेड, ग्राम पंचयत अधिकारी, स्टेनोग्राफर, लेखा परीक्षक, हिनीद अनुवादक परीक्षा, डिप्टी जेलर, बैंक परीक्षा ,एल आई सी, लेखपाल इत्यादि ). If you are preparing for your exams in the last few days then this English grammar tenses is very important for you.
There are around 20-25 questions in each Government Exams related to English grammar tenses and you can solve 18-20 questions out of them very easily by reading these Notes of English grammar. The complete PDF of Tenses Chart PDF is attached below for your reference, which you can download by clicking at the Download Button.
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Topics Included in the PDF
- types of tenses
- Further division
- Present tense
- Past tense
- future tense
- Simple present
- present continuous
- Present Perfect
- Present Perfect Continuous
- Simple Past
- Past Continuous Tense
- Past Perfect Tense
- Past Perfect Continuous Tense
- Simple Future
- Future Continuous Tense
- Future Perfect Tense
- Future Perfect Continuous Tense
Following is a detailed discussion about the topics that are included in the given PDF:-
Definition:- Tenses denote the time of action. They show when the work is done. They are:
- Simple Present- It is used to denote scientific facts, universal truths and work done on daily basis. Example – She writes a letter.
- Present Continuous– It is used to express an action taking place at the time of speaking. Example – she is writing a letter.
- Present Perfect– It is used to show an action that started in the past and has just finished. Example- She has written a letter.
- Present Perfect Continuous– This tense shows the action which started in the past and is still continuing. Example – She has been writing a letter.
- Simple Past- Used to indicate an action completed in the past. Eg. I played football when I was a child.
- Past Continuous Tense- Used to denote an action going on at some time in the past. E.g. I was driving a car.
- Past Perfect Tense- Used to describe an action completed before a certain moment in the past, usually a
long time ago. E.g. The patient had died before the doctor came.
- Past Perfect Continuous Tense- Used to denote an action that began before a certain point in the past and continued up to some time in the past. e.g. I had been learning English in this school for 20 days.
- Simple Future- This tense tells us about an action which has not occurred yet and will occur after
saying or in the future. Example:-She will write a letter.
- Future Continuous Tense-It is used to express an ongoing or continued action in the future. E.g. He will be distributing sweets in the temple tomorrow at 12 o’clock.
- Future Perfect Tense- It is used to express an action which will happen/occur in the future and will be
completed by a certain time in the future. E.g. They will have shifted the house by Sunday morning.
- Future Perfect Continuous Tense- It is used to talk about actions that will commence at a fix time in future and will continue for some time in future. e.g. This time tomorrow, I will be enjoying the cricket match in the stadium.
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