Verb tenses



Exercise of tenses with verbs run, swim, teach

 

Present simple tense

Positive

He runs fast.

We swim in river.

She teaches English.

 

Negative

He does not run fast.

We do not swim in river.

She does not teach English.

 

Interrogative

Does he run fast?

Do we swim in river?

Dose she teach English?

 

Present continuous tense

Positive

He is running fast.

We are not swimming in river.

She is teaching English.

Negative

He is not running fast.

We are not swimming in river.

She is not teaching English.

Interrogative.

Is he running fast?

Were we swimming in river?

Is she teaching English?

 

Present perfect tense

Positive

He has run fast.

They have swum in river.

She has taught English.

Negative.

He has not run fast.

They have not swum in river.

She has not taught English.

Interrogative

Has he run fast?

Have they swum in river?

Has she taught English?

 

Present perfect continuous tense

Positive

He has been running for five minutes.

They have been swimming since six o clock.

She has been teaching Economics for the last four months.

Negative.

He has not been running for five minutes.

They have not been swimming since six o clock.

She has not been teaching Economics for the last four months

Interrogative.

Has he been running for five minutes?

Have they been swimming since six o clock?

Has she not been teaching Economics for the last four months?

 

Past simple tense

Positive.

He ran fast.

We swam in pool.

She taught Economics.

Negative.

He did not run fast.

We did not swim in pool.

She did not teach Economics.

 

Interrogative

Did he run fast?

Did we swim in pool?

Did she teach Economics?

 

Past continuous tense

Positive

He was running fast.

We were swimming in pool.

She was teaching Economics.

Negative.

He was not running fast.

We were not swimming in pool.

She was not teaching Economics.

Interrogative.

Was he running fast?

Were we swimming in pool?

Was she teaching Economics?

 

Past perfect tense

Positive

He had already run fast.

They had swum in pool before the coach arrived.

She had already taught English.

Negative

He had not already run fast.

They had not swum in pool before the coach arrived.

She had not already taught English.

Interrogative

Had he already run fast?

Had they swum in pool before the coach arrived?

Had she already taught English?

Past perfect continuous tense

Positive.

He had been running fast for five minutes.

They had been swimming in pool since four o clock.

She had been teaching English for the last three months

He had not been running fast for five minutes.

They had not been swimming in pool since four o clock.

She had not been teaching English for the last three months.

Interrogative.

Had he been running fast for five minutes?

Had they been swimming for the last two hours?

Had she been teaching English for the last three months?

 

 

 

 

Future simple tense

Positive.

He will run fast.

They will swim.

She will teach English.

Negative

He will not run fast.

They will not swim.

She will not teach English.

Interrogative

Will he run fast?

Will they swim?

Will she teach English?

Future continuous tense

Positive

He will be running fast.

We shall be swimming in river.

She will be teaching English.

Negative.

He will not be running fast.

We shall not be swimming in river.

She will not be teaching English.

 

 

Interrogative.

Will he be running fast?

Shall we be swimming in the river?

Will she be teaching English?

Future perfect tense

Positive.

Thief will have run before the police arrive.

We shall have swum before the time is over.

She will have the taught lesson before the bell ring.

Negative.

Thief will not have run before the police come.

We shall have not swum before the time over.

She will not have the taught lesson before the bell ring.

Interrogative.

Will thief have run before the police come?

Shall we have swum before the time is over?

Will she have taught lesson before the bell rings?

 

Futture perfect continuous tense

Positive

He will have been running for five minutes.

You will have been swimming for half an hour.

I shall have been teaching lesson since morning.

 

Negative.

He will not have been running for five minutes.

You will not have been swimming for half an hour.

I shall not have been teaching lesson since morning.

Interrogative.

Will he have been running for five minutes?

Will you have been swimming for half an hour?

Shall I have been teaching lesson since morning?

 






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