Presentation on theme: "ENGLISH TENSES April, 9 April, 10 April, 11 Past Present Future"— Presentation transcript:
1 ENGLISH TENSES April, 9 April, 10 April, 11 Past Present Future He plays football.(V,V-s)He will play football tomorrow.(will + V)He played football yesterday.(V3,V-ed)He will be playing tomorrowat 3 o’clock.(will be + Ving)He was playing yesterday at 1 o’clock.(was, were + Ving)He is playing.(am, is, are + Ving)He will have played footballtomorrow by 5 o’clock.(will have + Ved, V3)They had finished thework by 2.03 p.m.yesterday.(had + Ved, V3)He has played.(have, has + Ved, V3)He will have been playing for20 minutes at 5 tomorrow.(will have been + Ving)He had been playing for20 minutes at 1.20 yesterday.(had been + Ving)He has been playing for20 minutes.(have, has been + Ving)
2 Every day, usually, sometime, often, seldom THE PRESENT SIMPLE TENSEEvery day, usually, sometime, often, seldomHe does morning exercises every day.Does he do morning exercises every day?Yes, he does.He doesn’t sleep long in the morning.They do morning exercises every day.Do they do morning exercises every day?Yes, they do.They don’t sleep long in the morning.
3 THE PAST SIMPLE TENSE Yesterday, last year, some days ago, in 1987. He worked in the garden yesterday.Did he work in the garden yesterday?Yes, he did.He didn’t work in theoffice yesterday.
4 THE FUTURE SIMPLE TENSE Tomorrow, next year, in 2015April,23He will make a statuenext year.Will he make a statuenext year?Yes, he will.He won’t paint a picture next year.
5 THE PRESENT CONTINUOUS TENSE Now, at that moment. Listen! Look!He is cooking now.Is he cooking now?Yes, he is.He isn’t eating now.They are cooking now.Are they cooking now?Yes, they are.They aren’t eating now.
6 THE PAST CONTINUOUS TENSE At 7 o’clock yesterday, the whole day, from 5 to 7, when he cameIt was snowing thewhole day yesterday.Was it snowing thewhole day yesterday?Yes, it was.It wasn’t raining thewhole day yesterday.
7 THE FUTURE CONTINUOUS TENSE At 7 o’clock tomorrow, the whole day, from 5 to 7, when he comesHe will be paintingat 5 o’clock tomorrow.Will he be paintingat 5 o’clock tomorrow?Yes, he will.He won’t be readingat 5 o’clock tomorrow.
8 THE PRESENT PERFECT TENSE Already, just, recently,lately, ever, never, yet, since.They have decreased his weight .Have they decreased his weight ?They haven’t increased his weight .He has decreased his weight .Has he decreased his weight ?Yes, he has.He hasn’t increasedhis weight .
9 THE PAST PERFECT TENSE By 7 o'clock, before, after, when he came. He had done his workby 6 o'clock.Had he done his workby 6 o'clock?He hadn’t done hiswork by 3 o'clock.
10 THE FUTURE PERFECT TENSE By 7 o'clock, before, after, when he comes.He will have cut thetree by the dinner-time.Will he have cut thetree by the dinner-time?He won’t have cut thetree by 10 o’clock.
11 Since 3 o’clock, for 2 hours, how long THE PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSESince 3 o’clock, for 2 hours, how longHe has been readingfor 2 hours.Has he been readingfor 2 hours?He hasn’t been readingfor 4 hours.They have been readingfor 2 hours.Have they been readingfor 2 hours?They haven’t been readingfor 4 hours.
12 Since 3 o’clock, for 2 hours yesterday, how long THE PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSESince 3 o’clock, for 2 hours yesterday, how longYesterday he has beenfishing since 3 o’clock.How long has he beenfishing?Yesterday he hasn’t been fishing since morning.
13 Since 3 o’clock, for 2 hours tomorrow, how long THE FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSESince 3 o’clock, for 2 hours tomorrow, how longNext year she will have been working at school for 25 years.Will she have been working at school for 25 years next year?Next year she won‘t have beenworking at school for 30 years.