Simple Tenses - Moore Public Schools

Simple Tenses - Moore Public Schools

Simple Tenses Progressive Tenses Tense a verb form that shows the time of an action or condition 3 Simple Tenses present

tense past tense future tense Present action or condition that occurs now Beth laughs loudly. She is loud. Past

shows an action that was completed in the past Add ed Tom scored a run in the baseball game. Future shows an action that will occur in the future use helping

verbs will or shall with a verb I will attend the birthday party. 3 Progressive Tenses shows an action or condition that is in progress present progressive

past progressive future progressive Present Progressive use helping verbs such as is, am, are, etc. add ing to the verb Matt is eating an ice cream cone.

Past Progressive use helping verbs such as was and were add ing to the verb I was fishing with my brother. Future Progressive use will be or shall be

add ing to the verb Adam will be giving flowers to his mother on Valentines Day. Tense Present Singular Plural

I laugh/she laughs we laugh/they laugh I laughed/she laughed we laughed/they laughed Future

I will laugh/she will laugh we will laugh/they will laugh Present Prog. I am laughing/she is laughing

we are laughing/ they are laughing I was laughing/she was laughing we were laughing I will be laughing/she will be laughing

we will be laughing/they will be laughing Past Past Prog. Future Prog.

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