Sabtu, 10 Maret 2012

TENSES


Chapter 1

What  the is ?
TENSES
The meaning of the verb tenses are associated with the timing ofwhen. These tenses we can not compare with the structure of Indonesian as unknown in Indonesian tenses of similar structure.

Chapter 2

There are 16 forms of tenses. Here are examples of tenses as well as the formula: 

Chapter 3

Example of tenses Tenses :
A. Present Tense (Time)
a. Simple Present Tense (Time Simple) 
Example:
(+) Niken Reads book everyday
(-) Niken does not Read book everyday
(?) Read book Niken does everyday ?
He does Yes / No He does not (does)
For I, We, You, They = do
He, She, It = Does
Example sentence:
(+) She is a new people here.
(+) He plays football every morning
(-) She is not a new people here.
(-) He does not playing football every morning.
(?) Is she a new people here?
(?) How playing football every morning? 

b. Present Continuous Tense (Running Time Now) 
(+) S + Be + V1 + ing + O / C
(+) They are now playing badmintoon
(-) S + Be + not + V1 + ing + O / C
 (-) They are not playing now badmintoon
(?) Be + S + V1 + ing + O / C
(?) Badmintoon palaying} Are They Now?
They are yes / no They are not
For I = am
They, we, you = are
He, She, It = Is
Example in the sentence:
(+) He is playing badminton now
(-) He is not playing badminton now.
(?) Is he playing badminton now. 

c. Present Perfect (Perfect Time Now)
Example:
(+) You have eaten mine.
(-) She has not been to Rome
(?) Have you finished?

d. Present Perfect Continuous Tense (Running Time Perfect Present) 
Example:
(+) She has been going to Malang since evening.
(+) We have been riding a horse for three days
(-) She has not been going to Malang since evening.
(-) We have not been riding a horse for three days.
(?) Has she been going to Malaysia?
(?) Have been riding a horse He for three days?

2. Past Tense (Past Time)
a. Simple Past Tense (Simple Past Time)
Example:
(+) We were at school yesterday
(-) We were not at school yesterday
(?) We were at school yesterday?
For I, He, She, It = Was
They, we, you = were
Example:
(+) I saw a good film last night
(+) He Came here last month
(-) I saw not a good film last night
(-) He CAME not last month
(?) I Saw a good film last night
(?) He Came here last month

b. Past Continuous Tense (Past Running Time) 
Example:
(+) He was watching television all afternoon last week
(+) They were talking about sports when I met him
(-) He Was not watching television all afternoon last week
(-) They Were not talking about sports when I met him
(?) Was He watching television all afternoon last week
(?) They Were talking about sports when I met him 

c. Past Perfect Tense (Past Perfect Time)
Example:
(+) When my brother arrived, I had painted my bike cycle
(+) The ship had left before I arrived
(-) When my brother arrived, I hadn't painted my bike cycle
(-) The ship left before I arrived hadn't
(?) Had I cycle my bike, when my brother arrived?
(?) Had the ship left before I arrived?

d. Past Perfect Continuous Tense (Past Perfect Running Time)
Example:
(+) They had been living there for two weeks
(+) When They washed my Drees, your father had been playing badminton
(-) They hadn't been living there for two weeks
(-) When They washed my dress, your father hadn't been playing badminton
(?) Had They been living there for two weeks?
(?) When They washed my dress, your father had been playing badminton?

3. Future Tense (Will Come)
a. Simple Future Tense (Time Will Come Simplified)
Example:
(+) I will visit to Yogyakarta tomorrow.
(+) Girl friend he will met by seven o'clock
(?) Will he go to America next month?
(+) President shall at Nederland the day after tomorrow.
(-) President shall not at Nederland the day after tomorrow.
(?) Shall President at Nederland the day after tomorrow?

b. Future Continuous Tense (Running Time to Come)
Example:
(+) I will be writing a comic.
(+) I will be studying tomorrow night.
(-) I will not writing a comic.
(-) I will not be studying tomorrow night.
(?) Will I be writing a comic?
(?) Will I be studying tomorrow night?

c. Future Perfect Tense (Perfect Time to Come)
Example:
(+) Iwill havefinishedby 10am.
(+) You will have forgotten me by then.
(-) She will not have gone to school.
(-) We will not have left.
(?) Will you have arrived?
(?) Will they have receivedit?

d. Future Perfect Continuous Tense (Perfect Running Time to Come)
Example:
(+) I will have been reading a news paper.
(+) He will have been listening music.
(-) I will have not been reading a news paper.
(-) He will have not a music listening.
(?) Will I have been riding a news paper?
(?) Will He have a music listening?

4. Future Past Tense (Will Come In Time Past)
a. Future Past Tense (Time Will Come In Time Past)
Example:
(+) He would come if you invited him.
(+) They would buy a home the previous day.
(-) He would not come if invited him.
(-) They would not buy a home the previous day.
(?) Would He come if invited him?
(?) Would They buy a home the previous day?

b. Future Past Continuous Tense (Time Will Happen At a time when Old Medium)
Example:
(+) I should be swimming at this time the Following day.
(+) I shall be sliping at 10 o'clock tomorrow.
(-) I should not be swimming at this time the Following day.
(-) I shalln't be sleeping at 10 o'clock tomorrow.
(?) Shall I be swimming at this time the Following day?
(?) Shall I be sleeping at10 o'clock tomorrow?

c. Past Perfect Future Tense (Time Will It End In Past Time)
Example:
(+) He would have graduated if he had studies hard.
(+) Niken will have studied moth by the end of this week.
(-) He would not have gone if he had met his darling
(-) Niken will have not studied month by the end of this week
(?) Would He have gone if he had met his darling?
(?) Will Niken have studied month by the end of this week?

d. Future Past Perfect Continuous Tense
(Time Is Already Are Underway In Past Time)
Example:
Rianawati would have been speaking English for two years
(+) Mrs. Niken Yuanita would have been walking here for seventeen years
(+) Anita would have been speaking English for two years
(-) Mrs. Niken Yuanita would not have been walking here for seventeen year
(-) Anita would not have been speaking English for two years
(?) Would Mrs. Niken Yuanita have been walking here for seventeen years?
(?) Would have been speaking English Anita for two years? 

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