Tenses in English grammar

Introduction:

A Tenses shows the time of an action and also the degree of completing that action.

There are title three  Tenses.

1.Present Tense:

when a verb points to an action that is done at the present  moment, it is called “Present Tense.”

2.Past Tense:

when a verb points to an action that was done in the past time, it is said to be in the “Past Tense”.

3.Future Tense:

when a verb points to an action that is to be done in the future, it is said to be in the “Future Tense”.

 Table of Tenses

       Tense        Present       past        Future
     Indefinite          He eats.    He eat      He will eat
    Continuous      He is eating   He was eating      He will be eaten
      Perfect     He has eaten   He had eaten       He will have eaten
   perfect continuous   He has been eating   He had been eating     He will have been eating

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