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  Simple Present   Subject+1 st  Verb +Object  More Examples 1 st  Verb+ s/es  –  >(He, She, It,any Name, Singular noun) A: Rahul speaks.   N: Rahul does not speak. Q: Does Rahul speak? A  –  > AffirmativeN  –  > NegativeQ  –  > Question 1 st  Verb  –  >(I, We, They, You,Plural Noun) Eg.1. He walks. 2. She does. 3. I play. 4. You teach me the lesson.  Present Continuous   Subject +is/am/are(Helping Verb+1 ST  Verb+ Ing+ Object  More Examples Is  –  > (He, She, It, any Name,Singular noun) A: Rahul is speaking.  N: Rahul is not speaking. Q: is Rahul speaking? A  –  > AffirmativeN  –  > NegativeQ  –  > Question Am  –  > I Are  –  >(We, They, You, Plural Noun) Eg.1. He is walking. 2. She is doing. 3. I am Playing. 4. You are teaching me the lesson.  Present Perfect   Subject +Has/Have(Helping Verb)+3 rd  Verb+ Object  More Examples Has  –  >(He ,She ,it ,any Name ,Singular noun) A: He has spoken.   N: He has not spoken. Q: Has he spoken? A  –  > AffirmativeN  –  > NegativeQ  –  > Question Have  –  >(I, We, They, You, Plural Noun) Eg.1. He has worked. 2. She has done. 3. I have played. 4. You have taught me the lesson.  Present Perfect Continuous   Subject + have/has(helping verb)+been+1 st  verb+ Ing+ Object  More Examples Has  –  >(He, She ,It ,any Name, Singular noun) A: He has been speaking.   N: He has not been speaking. Q: Has he been speaking? A  –  > AffirmativeN  –  > NegativeQ  –  > Question Have  –  >(I, We, They, You, Plural Noun) Eg.1. He has been working. 2. She has been doing. 3. I have been playing. 4. You have been teaching me.     Simple Past   Subject+2 nd  Verb +Object  More Examples Eg.1. He walked. A: He spoke.   N: He did not speak. Q: Did he speak? A  –  >AffirmativeN  –  > NegativeQ  –  > Question 2. She did. 3. I played. 4. You taught me the lesson.  Past Continuous   Subject +was/were(Helping verb)+1st Verb+ ing+ Object  More Examples Was  –  > (I, He, She, It, any Name, Singular noun) A: He was speaking.   N: He was not speaking. Q: Was he speaking? A  –  > Affirmative N  –  > Negative Q  –  > Question Were  –  >(We, They, You, Plural Noun) Eg.1. He was walking. 2. She was doing. 3. I was Playing. 4. You were teaching the lesson.  Past Perfect   Subject+ Had(Helping Verb)+3 rd  Verb+ Object  More Examples Eg.1. He had worked. A: He had spoken.   N: He had not spoken. Q: Had he spoken? A  –  >Affirmative N  –  >Negative Q  –  >Question 2. She had done. 3. I had played. 4. You had taught me the lesson.  Past Perfect Continuous   Subject+ had(helping verb)+been+1 st  verb+ Ing+ Object  More Examples Eg.1. He had been working. A: He had been speaking.   N: He had not been speaking. Q: Had he been speaking? A  –  >Affirmative N  –  > Negative Q  –  >Question 2. She had been doing. 3. I had been playing. 4. You had been teaching.   SimpleFuture   Subject +will /shall+1st Verb+ Object  More Examples Eg.1. He will walk. A: He will speak.N: He will not speak. Q: Will he speak? A  –  >Affirmative N  –  > Negative Q  –  > Question 2. She will do. 3. I shall Play. 4. You will teach me the lesson.  FutureContinuous   Subject+ will/shall(Helping Verb)+be+1 st  Verb+ ing+ Object  More Examples Eg.1. He will be walking. A: He will be speaking.   N: He will not be speaking. Q: Will he be speaking? A  –  > Affirmative N  –  > Negative Q  –  > Question 2. She will be doing. 3. I shall be Playing. 4. You will be teaching the lesson.  Future Perfect   Subject+ will/shall(Helping Verb)+ have +3 rd  Verb + Object  More Examples Eg.1. He will have worked. A: He will have spoken.   N: He will not have spoken. Q: Will he be spoken. A  –  >Affirmative N  –  >Negative Q  –  >Question 2. She will have done. 3. I shall have played. 4. You will have taught me the lesson.  FuturePerfect Continuous   Subject+ will +have+ been+1 st  verb +ing+ Object  More Examples Eg.1. He will have been working. A: He will have been speaking.   N: He will not have been speaking. Q: Will he have been speaking? A  –  >Affirmative N  –  > Negative Q  –  >Question 2. She will have been doing. 3. I will have been playing. 4. You will have been teaching.    
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