Grammatical Tense in English
Do you want to know how to talk about an action or event that happened a few seconds, a few years or even hundreds and thousands of years in the past or future?
Present Perfect Continuous
Past Perfect Continuous
Future Perfect Continuous
Future with 'Going to'
Past with 'Going to'
Talking about the Present
Talking about the Past
Talking about the Future
What Are Grammatical Tenses and How Do They Help Us?
'Tense' shows when an action happens. In English, they are categorized into three groups. Present, past, and future. Some grammarians believe tenses are created by adding suffixes to the verbs, so it may open the concept of 'mood,' in English.
'Mood' is created by using the inflection of verbs to help express the speaker's attitude toward what they are talking about.
Every tense in English is described into a simple, simple continuous, perfect, and perfect continuous form that is called the aspects of the verbs.