Present Tenses: How To Write The Sentences With present Tenses

Present Tenses: How To Write The Sentences With present Tenses

 

There are many people in the world who speak English easily but all are not speak well with grammar. Grammar is the most important thing for speak English and write English. In every trade grammar is the most important for us. All the people don’t know what the tenses are so our site provides you some information about how to write the sentences with tenses.

 

How To Write The Sentences With present Tenses

Here is some information about how to write the sentences with tenses.

All the people know there are three tenses. Here are names of tenses.

  1. Present tense
  2. Past tense
  3. Future tense

There are three tenses but there is not true because of the real tense are 12 tenses in grammar. Our site provides you all the information about grammar. Here are the details about tenses.

  1. Present tense

If you want to how many other tenses with present tense let’s see.

 

  • Simple present tense

Simple present tense is very easy to understand because it uses simple. Let’s see how to use of simple present tense.

 

  • Uses of simple present tense

 

  1. Daily routine action

Example: I get up early every day.

  1. Actions that take place at certain times

Example: She reads a book daily at 8:00 PM.

  1. Called by someone

Example: Peacock feathers do not have to be cut.

  1. eternal truth

Example: The sun rises in the east.

  1. Scientific theory

Example: H2O is made of water.

 

  • Some words that you can say it is simple present tense

  1. Regularly
  2. Generally
  3. Often
  4. Sometime
  5. Regularly

 

  • Structure of the sentences (affirmative)

Subject + verb(S or Es) + Object + Extra words

Example: She plays Kabaddi regularly.

Example: Teacher teaches English very well.

 

  • Structure of the sentences ( Negative)

Subject + Do/ Does + not + Verb + Object + Extra words

I do not understand the things.

She does not read English.

 

  • Structure of the sentences (Questionable)

Do/ Does + subject + verb + object + extra words + question mark (?)

Example: Do you take tea?

Example: Does she teach English?

I hope, you understand about the simple present tense. Here is some basic information about simple present tense.

I                             : The origin form of the verb, Do

We                        : The origin form of the verb, Do

You                       : The origin form of the verb, Do

He                         : Verb with S or Es, Does

She                       : Verb with S or Es, Does

It                           : Verb with S or Es, Does

They                     : The origin form of the verb, Do

Singular Noun     : Verb with S or Es, Does

Plural Noun          : The origin form of the verb, Do

 

  • Present Continuous Tense

Present continuous tense is very easy to understand because when you are doing something, which is called present continuous tense. Let’s see how to understand present continuous tense.

  • Use of present continuous tense

Display the current action of the present it means you are talking about present continuous tense.

 

  • Some words that you can say it is present continuous tense

  1. Now
  2. Look
  3. See
  4. Watch
  5. Listen
  6. Here
  7. At this time
  8. At present
  9. At moment

 

  • Structure of present continuous tense ( Affirmative)

Subject+ Am/Is/Are + Verb with Ing + object + Extra words

Example: I am playing cricket now.

Example: she is reading a book now.

 

  • Structure of present continuous tense ( Negative)

Subject + Am/Is/Are + Not + Verb with Ing + object + Extra words

Example: I am not playing cricket now.

Example: she is not reading a book now.

 

  • Structure of present continuous tense (Questionable)

Is/Am/Are + subject + Verb with Ing + object + Extra words + question mark (?)

Example: are you playing cricket?

Example: is she reading a book?

I hope, you understand about present continuous tense. Here is some basic information about present continuous tense.

I                          : Am

We                     : Are

You                    : Are

He                      : Is

She                    : Is

It                        : Is

They                  : Are

Singular noun  : Is

Plural noun      : Are

 

  • Present perfect tense

There is very easy to understand about present perfect tense but there are some rules and regulation for write present perfect tense. Here are some details about present perfect tense.

  • Use of present perfect tense

When you are talking about to show the completed action in near time, you must use of present perfect tense.

  • Some words that you can say it is present perfect tense

  1. Just
  2. Just now
  3. Ever
  4. Never
  5. Yet
  6. Recently
  7. Already

 

  • Structure of present perfect tense ( Affirmative)

Subject + Have/ Has + past participial of verb + object + extra words

Example: She has done her work recently.

Example: I have won the match just now.

 

  • Structure of present perfect tense ( Negative)

Subject + Have/ Has + Not + past participial of verb + object + extra words

Example: She has not done her work recently.

Example: I have not won the match just now.

 

  • Structure of present perfect tense ( Questionable)

Have/ Has + Subject + past participial of verb + object + extra words + Question mark (?)

Example: Has she done her work recently?

Example: Have i won the match just now?

 

I hope, you understand the details about present perfect tense. Here is some basic information about present perfect tense.

I                          : Have

We                     : Have

You                    : Have

He                      : Has

She                    : Has

It                        : Has

They                  : Have

Singular noun  : Has

Plural noun      : Have

 

  • Present perfect continuous tense

There is very easy to understand about present perfect continuous tense but there are some rules and regulation for write present perfect continuous tense. Here are some details about present perfect continuous tense.

 

  • Use of present perfect continuous tense

If an action is performed in the past and the action is currently in progress, it is used for present perfect continuous tense.

 

  • Some words that you can say it is present perfect continuous tense
  1. Since
  2. For
  • Structure of present perfect continuous tense (Affirmative)

Sub + Have/Has + Been + verb with Ing + Object + extra words

Example: I have been playing cricket since 2018.

Example: She has been reading a book for the last two hours.

 

  • Structure of present perfect continuous tense

(Negative)

Sub + Have/Has + Been + not + verb with Ing + Object + extra words

Example: I have been not playing cricket since 2018.

Example: She has been not reading a book for the last two hours.

 

  • Structure of present perfect continuous tense (Questionable)

  • Have/Has + Sub + Been + verb with Ing + Object + extra words

Example: Have I been playing cricket since 2018.

Example: Has she been reading a book for the last two hours.

 

I hope, you understand the details about present perfect continuous tense. Here is some basic information about present perfect continuous tense.

I                          : Have

We                     : Have

You                    : Have

He                      : Has

She                    : Has

It                        : Has

They                  : Have

Singular noun  : Has

Plural noun      : Have

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