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Tense Adverbs


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I am providing all types of Adverbs related to Tense with their proper use in Tense. By the help of these adverbs you can easily find out that in the sentence which tense is showing. These adverbs help in the correct form of verb topic, in this topic you can fill the correct form of verb with the help of adverbs. Read the all Adverbs with examples very carefully and try to make another example of given kind of adverbs of each tense in your own language. It is a great fun to learn English. 

Simple Present Tense (Adverbs)

Formula of Making Sentence

Subject + 1st form of verb + s/es + object + etc.

Do not and Does not Helping Verb in negative sentence.

Adverbs.

The simple present tense is commonly used with the adverbs always, usually, seldom, never, sometimes, often, frequently, generally, habitually, occasionally, once, twice, thrice etc.

Examples

I ______ (drink) a cup of coffee every morning.

I drink a cup of coffee every morning.

She always _____ (go) to School by Bus.

She always goes to school by Bus.

 

Present Continuous Tense

Subject + is/am/are + 1st form of verb + ing + object +etc

Adverbs

The following time expressions are commonly used with the present continuous tense:

today, at present, at the moment, still, now, now a days,this day .

Examples

I _____ (work) on a new project now.

I am working on a new project now.

My father _____ (work) in his office at the moment.

My father is working in his office at the moment.

 

Present Perfect Tense

Subject + has/have + 3rd form of verb + object + etc.

Adverbs

The main time adverbs that are used with the present perfect are: already, just, still, recently, yet.

Examples

I _____ already _____ (complete) my work.

I have already completed my work.

She ______ (not receive) the parcel yet.

She has not received the parcel yet.

 

Present Perfect Continuous

Subject + has been/have bee + 1st form of verb + ing + object + etc + since/for + time.

Since is used for Point of Time.

For is used for Period of Time.

Adverbs

Since/For

Examples

I ______ (work) in IGM School as English teacher for six years.

I have been working in IGM School as English teacher for six years.

She _______ (learn) to drive the car since morning.

She has been learning to drive the car since morning.

 

Simple Past Tense (Adverbs)

lSubject + 2nd form of verb + object +etc

Subject + did not + 1st form of verb + object +etc.

Did + Sub + 1st form verb + object +etc?

Adverbs

yesterday, last, ago, before, Previous

Examples

Yesterday, I ______ (go) to meet her.

Yesterday, I went to meet her.

2. My father _____ (return) from America last month.

My father returned from America last year.

3. His father ____ (die) two years ago.

His father died two years ago.

 

Past Continuous Tense

Subject + was/were + 1st form of verb + ing + object +etc

Adverbs

To describe parallel actions


The past progressive is often used to denote an action that was interrupted by an event, or for two actions taking place in parallel.


If the sentence starts from When/while, and second sentence is in simple past tense, then we use was and were helping verb.


Examples:

1.While I _______ (work) the dishes, I heard a loud noise.

While I was working the dishes, I heard a loud noise.

2.While She _____ (go) to market, she met her old friend on the way.

3.She called me when I _____ (read) my lesson.

She called me when I was reading my lesson,

 

Past Perfect Tense

Sub + had + 3rd form of verb + object + etc

Adverbs

If two sentences are connected with “Before” then we make the first sentence in Past perfect tense and make the second sentence in simple past tense.

Examples

1.The peon ______ (ring) the bell before I ______ (reach) the school.

The peon had rung the bell before I reached the school.

2. The patient ______ (die) before the Doctor ______ (come)

The patient had died before the Doctor came.

 

Past Perfect Continuous Tense

Subject + had been + 1st form of verb + ing + object +etc + since/for + time.

Adverbs

Since/for + last

Examples

1.He _______ (read) English last for one hour.

He had been reading English last for one hour.

2.She _______ (wait) for me at the bus stop since last morning.

She had been waiting for me at the bus stop since last morning.

3. He ________ (try) to understand me for last two hour.

He had been trying to understand me for last two hour.

 

Future Simple Tense

Subject + will/shall + 1st form of verb + object + etc

Adverbs

Next, Tomorrow, After, Soon

Examples

1.I ______ (play) cricket with you tomorrow.

I will play cricket with you tomorrow.

2. She ______ (come) to meet me day after tomorrow.

She will come to meet me day after tomorrow.

3. I _______ (return) your money soon.

I will return your money soon.

 

Future Continuous Tense

Subject + will be/shall be + 1st form of verb + ing + object + etc

Adverbs

यदि वाक्य में At this time at this moment के साथ साथ tomorrow, next या future time हो तो हम future continuous का प्रयोग करते हैं |

Examples

1.They ______ (hold) a meeting at this time tomorrow evening.

The will be holding a meeting at this time tomorrow evening.

2. She ______ (listen) to the news at 8 pm tomorrow.

She will be listening to the news at 8 pm tomorrow.

3. He ______ (cook) food for the guest at this time tomorrow.

He will be cooking food for the guest at this time tomorrow.


Future Perfect

Subject + will have/shall have + 3rd form of verb + object + etc.

Adverbs

यदि वाक्य में by या by the end of के साथ future time हो तो Future perfect का प्रयोग होता हैं |

Examples

1.He _______ (return) home by next month.

He will have returned home by next month.

2. She ______ (complete) her project by next Monday.

She will have completed her project by next Monday.


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Rajesh Bhatia




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