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Verb Tenses

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Johanna Haas

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future
Verb Tenses
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Bruce drinks juice.
habitual / repeated actions
facts / permanent situations
generally, always, never, usually, often, frequently, sometimes, rarely, never
Bruce is drinking juice.
action in progress
temporary action
right now, at this moment
Bruce drank juice.
completed action defined time in past
yesterday
last ...
... ago
Bruce will (is going to) drink juice.
action not yet happened
tomorrow
next ...
in the future
... from now
irregular
regular
--d
--t
--id
see list!
called
shared
watched
picked
played
phoned
wanted
asked
washed
graded
boarded
batted
Bruce was drinking juice.
action in past
temporary
interruption
yesterday
last ...
... ago
Bruce will (is going to)
be drinking juice.
action in future
expectation / certainty
tomorrow
next ...
in the future
... from now
Bruce has drunk juice.
unfinished / undefined time
already, so far, up to now, until now, yet, (n)ever, recently
Bruce has been drinking juice.
unfinished / undefined time
action continuing now
(already), so far, up to now, until now, yet, (n)ever, recently
Bruce had drunk juice.
earlier past
interruptions
before, already
Bruce had been drinking juice.
more focus on cont action
Bruce will have drunk juice.
sthg that will be finished by a certain time in the future
by
Bruce will have been drinking juice.
more focus on cont action
progressive
perfect
perfect progressive
present
past
future
Verb Tenses
simple
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irregular
regular
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called
shared
watched
picked
played
phoned
wanted
asked
washed
graded
boarded
batted
Johanna Leila Haas

Lecturer, College English Program
Coordinator, College English I


johanna.haas@gmail.com
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