What is Tense? | Types of Tenses

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Hi friends, in today’s article we are going to know about the concept of Tense and also know the Types of Tenses. So let’s discuss in details.

What is Tense?

Tense is the change of form in a verb to express the time of action of the verb, its continuance and degree of completeness. It also denotes the nature of the action – weather it is habitual, completed or continuous.

Types of Tenses

There are three types of tense – (i) Present Tense (ii) Past Tense and (iii) Future Tense, which are explained below –

The Present Indefinite Tense
(i) Present Indefinite Tense or Simple present (ii) Present Continuous Tense
(iii) Present Perfect Tense (iv) Present Perfect Continuous Tense
The Past Tense
(i) Past Indefinite or Simple Past Tense (ii) Past Continuous Tense
(iii) Past Perfect Tense (iv) Past Perfect Continuous Tense
The Future Tense
(i) Future Indefinite or Simple Future Tense (ii) Future Continuous Tense
(iii) Future Perfect Tense (iv) Future Perfect Continuous Tense

Some example of Tenses

• I go to school everyday.

• Shipra is cooking food.

• Shila has gone to Calcutta.

• The child has been suffering from fever for the last three days.

• He came yesterday.

• He had seen me before I saw him.


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