Tag: Future perfect continuous tense

Rules of Tense

10. Present perfect continuous tense: sub+have been/ has been+main verb+ing. Examples: a.We have been eating rice for an hour. b.It has been raining for two hours. c.It has been raining since morning. d.We have been playing for two hours. e. I have been reading a book for two hours.

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Tense and structure, important examples

Tense There are mainly three kinds of tense. They are : 1. Present tense 2. Past tense 3. Future tense. Every tense is classified in four ways. So there are total 12 kinds of tense. They are given below with some important examples. 1. Present Indefinite Tense : Sub+ present form of main verb+object. Examples: a. Mother …

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Grammertical Term

A Active verb: The subject does the action of the verb: Subject verb object e.g. The boy hit the ball. Adjective: A word that modifies a noun (someone or something). e.g. The little boy hit the big, blue, ball. Adjective clause: A dependent clause that modifies (describes) a noun. Another name is a relative clause. …

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