Conditional Sentences

Conditional Sentences: (If – Clauses)  Conditional Sentences are also known as Conditional Clauses or If-Clauses. These sentences are actually Complex Sentences where If-Clauses are the dependent clauses. There are four kinds of conditional sentences.  Each conditional sentence contains a different tense pattern and expresses a different shade of meaning.   […]

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Future Perfect Continuous Tense

Future Perfect Continuous Tense in English Grammar: The Future Perfect Continuous Tense is also known as the Future Perfect Progressive Tense.  It is used for an action that will continue over a period of time that will end in the future. Future Perfect Continuous Tense Structure and Formula: (Rules) Future […]

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Future Perfect Tense

Future Perfect Tense in English Grammar: The Future Perfect Tense is used to express an activity that will be completed before or at a certain time in the future.  Future Perfect Tense Structure and Formula: (Rules)   Future Perfect (Subject + Shall/Will + Have + V3 + Object)    Affirmative […]

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Future Continuous Tense

Future Continuous Tense in English Grammar: The Future Continuous is also known as Future Progressive Tense.  It talks about an action going on and will be in progress at a specific time in the future. Future Continuous Tense Structure and Formula: (Rules)   Signal Words: Here, we use the following […]

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Future Simple Tense

Future Simple Tense in English Grammar: The Future Simple Tense is also known as Simple Future or Future Indefinite Tense. It talks about the events that take place in the future. Future Simple Tense Structure and Formula: (Rules)   Signal Words: It is essential to focus on signal words because […]

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Past Perfect Continuous Tense

Past Perfect Continuous Tense in English Grammar: Past Perfect Continuous Tense is also known as the Past Perfect Progressive. We use it to refer to an action that began before a certain point in the past and continued till that time in the past. Past Perfect Tense Structure and Formula: […]

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Past Perfect Tense

Past Perfect Tense in English Grammar  The Past Perfect Tense is used to describe an action completed in the past before a certain moment in the past. When two past actions happened, the Past Perfect Tense is used for the earlier action and the Past Simple is used for the […]

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Past Continuous Tense

Past Continuous Tense in English Grammar:  The Past Continuous Tense is also called the Past Progressive Tense. This tense is used to describe an action going on at a point of time in the past. The Past Continuous Tense Structure and Formula: (Rules)   Signal Words: It is essential to […]

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Past Simple Tense

Past Simple Tense in English Grammar:           The Past Simple Tense is also known as the Simple Past or Past Indefinite Tense. We use it to express the actions completed in the past often referring to time. This tense also talks about past habitual actions. It focuses […]

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Present Perfect Continuous Tense

Present Perfect Continuous Tense in English Grammar: The Present Perfect Continuous Tense is also known as Present Perfect Progressive Tense.  It talks about things that started in the past and are still going on at present. This tense focuses on time duration. Present Perfect Continuous Tense Structure and Formula: (Rules) […]

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Present Perfect Tense

Present Perfect Tense in English Grammar:   Present Perfect Tense is used to express an action just completed (presently completed, not very past) Past time adverbials are not used with The Present Perfect Tense. The Present Perfect Structure and Formula: (Rules)   Signal Words: It is essential to focus on […]

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Present Continuous Tense

Present Continuous Tense in English Grammar:    The Present Continuous Tense is also known as the Present Progressive Tense.  It is used to express the presently going on (deliberate) actions.     Present Continuous Tense Structure and Formula: (Rules)                                                                                                               Signal Words: It is essential to focus on signal words because they […]

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Present Simple Tense

Present Simple Tense in English Grammar: The Present Simple is also called Present Indefinite or Simple Present Tense. It generally describes present routine events, facts, truths etc.,  Present Simple Tense Structure and Formula: (Rules)   The following sentences are also considered Present Simple: (with the use of do, does, can, […]

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Tenses in English Grammar

Tenses in English Grammar   The tense means time. The tense of the verb shows not only the time of action but also its continuance or completion. Here, you are going to learn an overview of Tenses in English Grammar with examples, Tenses rules and Tenses Chart. For more detailed […]

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