Active voice 12 tenses “read”



ACTIVE VOICE TABLE OF TENSES with all subjects for the verb “read”

Simple       sentence

Negation   sentence

Interrogative sentence

Simple present tense

1. I read a story.

2. He reads a story.

3. She reads a story.

4. You read a story.

5. They read a story.

6. We read a story.

 

1. I do not read a story.

2. He does not read a story.

3. She does not read a story.

4. You do not read a story.

5. They do not read a story.

6. We do not read a story.

1. Do I read a story?

2. Does he read a story?

3. Does she read a story?

4. Do you read a story?

5. Do they read a story?

6. Do we read a story?

Present continuous tense

1. I am reading a story.

2. He is reading a story.

3. She is reading a story.

4. You are reading a story.

5. They are reading a story.

6. We are reading a story.

1. I am not reading a story.

2. He is not reading a story.

3. She is not reading a story.

4. You are not reading a story.

5. They are not reading a story.

6. We are not reading a story.

1. Am I reading a story?

2. Is he reading a story?

3. Is she reading a story?

4. Are you reading a story?

5. Are they reading a story?

6. Are we reading a story?

Present perfect simple

1. I have read a story.

2. He has read a story.

3. She has read a story.

4. You have read a story.

5. They have read a story.

6. We have read a story.

1. I have not read a story.

2. He has not read a story.

3. She has not read a story.

4. You have not read a story.

5. They have not read a story.

6. We have not read a story.

1. Have I read a story?

2. Has he read a story?

3. Has she read a story?

4. Have you read a story?

5. Have they read a story?

6. Have we read a story?

Present perfect continuous

1. I have been reading a story.

2. He has been reading a story.

3. She has been reading a story.

4. You have been reading a story.

5. They have been reading a story.

6. We have been reading a story.

1. I have not been reading a story.

2. He has not been reading a story.

3. She has not been reading a story.

4. You have not been reading a story.

5. They have not been reading a story.

6. We have not been reading a story.

1. Have I been reading a story?

2. Has he been reading a story?

3. Has she been reading a story?

4. Have you been reading a story?

5. Have they been reading a story?

6. Have we been reading a story?

Past simple tense

1. I wrote a story.

2. He wrote a story.

3. She wrote a story.

4. You wrote a story.

5. They wrote a story.

6. We wrote a story.

1. I did not read a story.

2. He did not read a story.

3. She did not read a story.

4. You did not read a story.

5. They did not read a story.

6. We did not read a story.

1. Did I read a story?

2. Did he read a story?

3. Did she read a story?

4. Did you read a story?

5. Did they read a story?

6. Did we read a story?

Past continuous tense

1. I was reading a story.

2. He was reading a story.

3. She was reading a story.

4. You were reading a story.

5. They were reading a story.

6. We were reading a story.

1. I was not reading a story.

2. He was not reading a story.

3. She was not reading a story.

4. You were not reading a story.

5. They were not reading a story.

6. We were not reading a story.

1. Was I reading a story?

2. Was he reading a story?

3. Was she reading a story?

4. Were you reading a story?

5. Were they reading a story?

6. Were we reading a story?

Past perfect

1. I had read a story.

2. He had read a story.

3. She had read a story.

4. You had read a story.

5. They had read a story.

6. We had read a story.

1. I had not read a story.

2. He had not read a story.

3. She had not read a story.

4. You had not read a story.

5. They had not read a story.

6. We had not read a story.

1. Had I read a story?

2. Had he read a story?

3. Had she read a story?

4. Had you read a story?

5. Had they read a story?

6. Had we read a story?

Past perfect continuous

1. I had been reading a story.

2. He had been reading a story.

3. She had been reading a story.

4. You had been reading a story.

5. They had been reading a story.

6. We had been reading a story.

1. I had not been reading a story.

2. He had not been reading a story.

3. She had not been reading a story.

4. You had not been reading a story.

5. They had not been reading a story.

6. We had not been reading a story.

1. Had I been reading a story?

2. Had he been reading a story?

3. Had she been reading a story?

4. Had you been reading a story?

5. Had they been reading a story?

6. Had we been reading a story?

Simple future tense

1. I will read a story.

2. He will read a story.

3. She will read a story.

4. You will read a story.

5. They will read a story.

6. We will read a story.

1. I will not read a story.

2. He will not read a story.

3. She will not read a story.

4. You will not read a story.

5. They will not read a story.

6. We will not read a story.

1. Will I read a story?

2. Will he read a story?

3. Will she read a story?

4. Will you read a story?

5. Will they read a story?

6. Will we read a story?

Future continuous tense

1. I will be reading a story

2. He will be reading a story

3. She will be reading a story

4. You will be reading a story

5.They will be reading a story

6. We will be reading a story.

1. I will not be reading a story.

2. He will not be reading a story

3. She will not be reading a story

4. You will not be reading a story

5. They will not be reading a story

6. We will not be reading a story

1. Will I be reading a story?

2. Will he be reading a story?

3. Will she be reading a story?

4. Will you be reading a story?

5. Will they be reading a story?

6. Will we be reading a story?

Future perfect tense

1. I will have read a story

2.He will have read a story

3. She will have read a story

4. You will have read a story

5. They will have read a story

6. We will have read a story

1. I will not have read a story

2. He will not have read a story

3. She will not have read a story

4. You will not have read a story

5. They will not have read a story

6. We will not have read a story

1. Will I have eaten food?

2. Will he have read a story

3. Will she have read a story

4. Will you have read a story

5. Will they have read a story

6. Will we have read a story

Future perfect continuous tense

1. I will have been reading a story.

2. He will have been reading a story.

3. She will have been reading a story.

4. You will have been reading a story.

5. They will have been reading a story.

6. We will have been reading a story.

1. I will not have been reading a story

2. He will not have been reading a story

3. She will not have been reading a story

4. You will not have been reading a story

5. They will not have been reading a story

6. We will have been reading a story

1. Will I have been reading a story?

2. Will he have been reading a story?

3. Will she have been reading a story?

4. Will you have been reading a story?

5. Will they have been reading a story?

6. Will we have been reading a story?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 






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