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Progressive and Perfect Tenses

Alex, Lane, Griffin, and Veronica
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lane green

on 7 March 2013

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Transcript of Progressive and Perfect Tenses

Past Perfect Tense 0 + - = 9 8 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 c Present Progressive Tense singular EXAMPLES Singular Present Progressive Tense The present progressive tense of a verb names an action or
condition that is continuing in the present. Present Perfect Verb Tense The present perfect tense of a verb names an action that happened at an indefinite time in the past. It also tells about an action that happened in the past and is still happening now. Present Perfect Tense * The past perfect tense of a verb names an action
that happened before another action or event in the past. Singular Plural Examples Singular Plural
I had studied. We had studied.
You had studied. You had studied.
He, she, it had studied. They had studied. What We Will Review: * Present Progressive Progressive and Perfect
Verb Tenses Past Progressive Verb Forms By... Alex B. Lane G. Griffin P. Veronica R. What Present Perfect Consists of * consists of the helping verbs 'have' and 'has' *main verb-past participle of a verb *2 part verb (The helping verb determines the tense of the perfect tense) We have watched.
You have watched.
They have watched. What Present Perfect Tense Consists of: * consists of the helping verbs 'is', 'am', and 'are' * the main verb is the past participle form of a verb * two part verb plural I am looking You are looking He,she,or it is looking We are looking You are looking They are looking * Past Progressive * Present Perfect *Past Perfect past progressive- names an action or condition that was happening or continuing for a specific amount of time in the past Past Progressive verbs
always have... * helping verb should
be a form of be (am, is, are,was,were)
* an action that
continued in the past
* two part verb
* the tense of the main verb is always past participle THE END I was typing.
You were typing.
He, she, it was typing. Plural We were typing.
You were typing.
They were typing. I have watched.
You have watched.
He, she, or it has watched. Works Cited McGraw Hill. Writer's Choice: United States, Glencoe, 1999. Print (2012, March 7) Time for Writing.
Progressive and Perfect verb Forms
retrieved from http:// YouTube.com * consists of the helping verb 'had' * the main verb is a past participle * two part verb (The helping verb determines the tense of the perfect tense)
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