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ENGLISH TENSES ACTIVE

 

  Present Past Future
Simple Βροξμ. γλ.: do / does Ξκξν-ε: –, -s Τξπμσλΰ: V (+s) + I work + He writes – I do not work – He does not write ? Do I work? ? Does he write? Βροξμ. γλ.: did Ξκξν-ε: -ed, – Τξπμσλΰ: V2 + I worked + He wrote – I did not work – He did not write ? Did I work? ? Did he write? Βροξμ. γλ.: will / shall Ξκξν-ε: – Τξπμσλΰ: will/shall + V + I will work + He will write – I won’t work – He won’t write ? Will I work? ? Will I write?
Continuous Βροξμ. γλ.: be (is / am / are) Ξκξν-ε: -ing Τξπμσλΰ: am/is/are + Ving + I am working + He is writing – I am not working – He is not writing ? Am I working? ? Is he writing? Βροξμ. γλ.: was / were Ξκξν-ε: -ing Τξπμσλΰ: was/were + Ving + I was working + He was writing – I was not working – He was not writing ? Was I working? ? Was he writing? Βροξμ. γλ.: will be / shall be Ξκξν-ε: -ing Τξπμσλΰ: will/shall + be + Ving + I will be working + He will be writing – I won’t be working – He won’t be writing ? Will I be working? ? Will he be writing?
Perfect Βροξμ. γλ.: have / has Ξκξν-ε: -ed Τξπμσλΰ: have/has + V3 + I have worked + He has written – I have not worked – He has not written ? Have I worked? ? Has he written? Βροξμ. γλ.: had Ξκξν-ε: -ed Τξπμσλΰ: had + V3 + I had worked + He had written – I had not worked – He had not written ? Had I worked? ? Had he written? Βροξμ. γλ.: will have / shall have Ξκξν-ε: -ed Τξπμσλΰ: will/shall + have V3 + I will have worked + He will have written – I won’t have worked – He won’t have written ? Will I have worked? ? Will he have written?
Perfect Continuous Βροξμ. γλ.: have been / has been Ξκξν-ε: -ing Τξπμσλΰ: have/has + been + Ving + I have been working + He has been writing – I have not been working – He has not been writing ? Have I been working? ? Has he been writing? Βροξμ. γλ.: had been Ξκξν-ε: -ing Τξπμσλΰ: had been + Ving + I had been working + He had been writing – I had not been working – He had not been writing ? Had I been working? ? Had he been writing? Βροξμ. γλ.: will have been / shall have been Ξκξν-ε: -ing Τξπμσλΰ: will/shall + have been + Ving + I will have been working + He will have been writing – I won’t have been working – He won’t have been writing ? Will I have been working? ? Will he have been writing?

 


CONTENT

EXERCISES

1. ARTICLE …………………………………………………………………2

2. PREPOSITION ……………………………………………………………3

3. NOUN ……………………………………………………………………..4

4. NUMERALS ………………………………………………………………7

5. PRONOUN ……………………………………………………………….. 7

6. ADJECTIVE ……………………………………………………………. 10

7. THE VERB TO HAVE (HAVE GOT) …………………………………..12

8. THE VERB TO BE ……………………………………………………... 13



9. INFINITIVE ……………………………………………………………...16

10. MODAL VERBS ……………………….................................................17

11. PRESENT CONTINUOUS ……………………………………………. 18

12. PRESENT INDEFINITE (SIMPLE) …………………………………... 19

13. PAST INDEFINITE (SIMPLE) ………………………………………...21

14. FUTURE INDEFINITE (SIMPLE) …………………………………….23

15. PAST CONTINUOUS ………………………………………………….26

16. FUTURE CONTINUOUS …………………………………………….. 28

17. PRESENT PERFECT …………………………………………………...29

18. PAST PERFECT ………………………………………………………..33

19. FUTURE PERFECT ……………………………………………………35

20. PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS …………………………………37

21. PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS …………………………………….. 38

22. FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS ………………………………… 40

23. IMPERATIVE MOOD ……………………………………………….... 41

24. PASSIVE VOICE ……………………………………………………… 42

25. SEQUENCE OF TENSES …………………………………………….. 44

26. CONDITIONAL SENTENCES ………………………………………...45

27. GERUND ……………………………………………………………….47

28. PARTICIPLE (I, II) ……………………………………………………. 48

 

TESTS

TEST 1 …………………………………………………………………….. 50

TEST 2 ……………………………………………………………………...54

TEST 3 …………………………………………………………………….. 56

TEST 4 ……………………………………………………………………...58

TEST 5 …………………………………………………………………….. 60

TEST 6 ……………………………………………………………………...62

TEST 7 ……………………………………………………………………...63

 

GRAMMAR REFERENCES

ARTICLE …………………………………………………………………...65

PREPOSITION ……………………………………………………………..66

NOUN ………………………………………………………………………67

POSSESSIVE CASE ……………………………………………………….69

NUMERAL …………………………………………………………………70

PRONOUN …………………………………………………………………71

COMPARISON OF ADJECTIVES ………………………………………...74

THE VERB TO HAVE (HAVE GOT) ……………………………………..76

THE VERB TO BE …………………………………………………………77

INFINITIVE ………………………………………………………………...78

MODAL VERDS …………………………………………………………...79

PRESENT CONTINUOUS …………………………………………………80

PRESENT INDEFINITE (SIMPLE) ………………………………………..80

PAST INDEFINITE (SIMPLE) …………………………………………….81

FUTURE INDEFINITE (SIMPLE) ………………………………………...82

FUTURE IN THE PAST INDEFINITE (SIMPLE) ………………………...83

PAST CONTINUOUS ……………………………………………………...84

FUTURE CONTINUOUS ………………………………………………….84

FUTURE IN THE PAST CONTINUOUS ………………………………….84

PRESENT PERFECT ……………………………………………………….85

PAST PERFECT ……………………………………………………………85

FUTURE PERFECT ………………………………………………………..86

PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS ……………………………………..86

PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS ………………………………………….87

FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS ……………………………………...88

IMPERATIVE MOOD …………………………………………………….. 88

PASSIVE VOICE …………………………………………………………...88

SEQUENCE OF TENSES ………………………………………………….89

CONDITIONAL SENTENCES …………………………………………….90

GERUND …………………………………………………………………...91

PARTICIPLE (I, II) …………………………………………………………92

IRREGULAR VERBS LIST ………………………………………………..93

ENGLISH TENSES ACTIVE ………………………………………………97

 


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