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All my love!
review
Separate Elements
Free Prezi Template. Our gift to you; a free, reusable Valentine
prezi from Prezzip. A romantic prezi to send to your loved ones.
Happy Valentine!
c. Future Tense
Be my Valentine!
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VERBS
- words that show action or state of being
- is the heart of the sentence
4 Tenses of Verbs
a. Simple
- these are the 3 basic tenses: present, past and future
b. Progressive
- includes ongoing action
c. Perfect Tense
-indicated completed action
d. Perfect Progressive Tense
-indicates ongoing action that will be completed at some definite time
Simple Tense
a. Simple Present Tense
- expresses an unchanging, repeated or reoccurring action or situation that exists only now.

ex:
watch-watches
run-runs
Note:
*
Singular nouns should have Singular verbs (with -s)
*
Plural Nouns should have plural verbs (without -s)
b. Simple Past Tense
- expresses an action or situation that started and finished in the past.
Note:
*
Regular verbs form its simple past by adding -d or -ed in the end
ex.
recite-recited wash-washed
write-wrote fly-flew
-expresses an action that will occur in the future
-formed by using will/shall with the simple form of the verb
-could also be expressed by
using am,is or are
with 'going to'
example:
*cook
- My mom

shall cook

soup for dinner.
*sleep
-
I
will sleep

as soon as I finish all my requirements
*pack
-
He is

going to

pack his clothes for the camp next week.
- express physical actions, mental actions and state of being
example:
*
The children
read
books in the library.
*
My mom
prays
in church often.
reviews
reviewed
will/shall review
Present
Past
Future
Simple Tense
discuss
Simple Tense
Present
Past
Future
discusses
discussed
will/shall discuss
see
Simple Tense
Present
Past
Future
saw
will/shall
see
sees
Hear
Simple Tense
Present
Past
Future
Hears
Heard
will/shall hear
carve
Simple Tense
Present
Past
Future
carves
carved
will/shall carve
Progressive Tense
a. Present Progressive
-verb in each sentence is a phrase consisting of the be verbs (is, are,am) + -ing
-expresses an action that is going on in at the moment
*
You
are

writing
a paragraph now.
examples:
*
Julius
is

explaining
the project
*
Someone
is

listening

attentively.
b. Past Progressive

-expresses the earlier of two past actions.
- the past continuous action introduced while consisting of was/were + an -ing verb
example:
*While I
was

singing
, the bell rang.
* The children watched television while it
was raining
.
c. Future Progressive Tense
-expresses an activity that will occur before another activity in the future with emphasis in the continuity of the action
-consists of will/shall+have+been+V-ing
Occupy
Progressive Tense
Present
Past
Future
is occupying
was occupying
will have been occupying
confuse
Progressive Tense
Present
Past
Future
is confusing
were confusing
shall have been confusing
Turn
Progressive Tense
Present
Past
Future
is turning
were turning
will have been turning
Complain
Progressive Tense
Present
Past
Future
are complaining
was complaining
will have been complaining
Provide
Progressive Tense
Present
Past
Future
is providing
were providing
will have been providing
LETS EXERCISE!

LETS EXERCISE!
sUM-UP!
sIMPLE TENSE
a.
Present
-occurs
b.
Past-

occurred
c.
Future
- will occur
PROGRESSIVE TENSE
a.
Present Progressive

(is occurring)
b.
Past Progressive

(was occurring)
c.
Future Progressive

(will have been occurring
Thank You For Listening !
Presented by:
Amado, Mary Jane
Dacumos, Rhona Mae
Dawigoy, Joni Pia
Razon, Kaith Joy

Sing-song Verbs
Instruction:
List down the verbs and identify the type of tense they possess.
ASSIGNMENT!
Make an advance reading about the other of tenses of verbs: perfect & perfect progressive.
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