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Complete Present Tenses

Complete Present Tenses

Complete Present Tenses, This article is on simple present tense, Present Continue tense, Present Perfect tense and, Present perfect continuous tense, this is about to help you to know about present tenses.

Simple Present Tense


It shows three things.

  •         Habit/Habitual
  • .       Universal fact
  •      General Truth


Exp: She wakes up at 8 o’clock ( Habit )

Two and two make four ( General truth )

The Sun rises in the east ( Universal fact )

 Sentence Formation of Simple Present Tense

Affirmative: Subject+verb First Form+E/Es+Object
Negative: Subject+Do/Does+not+Verb First Form+Object
Interrogative: Do/Does+Subject+Verb first form+Object

Present continuous Tense


This tense shows that the work is continuing at the present time.

Exp: I am writing a book/ He is working hard.


Sentence Formation of Present Continous Tense

Affirmative: Subject + is/am/are+verb first form+ing+Object.

Negative: Subject+is/am/are+not+verb first form+ing+Object.

Interrogative: Is/Am/Are+Subject+Verb first form+ing+Object


Exp: They are going to school. ( Aff )

They are not going to school ( Neg )

Are they going to school? ( Intro )


Present Perfect Tense

This Tense shows that we are interested at present in the result of an action or it’s om[portance.

Exp: He has gone to London


Sentence Formation of Present Perfect Tense

Affirmative: Subject+have/has+verb 3rd form+object

Negative: Subject+have/has+not+verb 3rd form+object

Interrogative: Have/Has+subject+verb 3rd form +Object


Exp: She has completed her work. ( Aff )

She has not completed her work. ( Neg )

Has she completed her work? ( Intro )


Present Perfect Continuous Tense

This tense shows that the action was started in the past but it is still going on.

Exp: We have been waiting here for 3 hours.

Sentence Formation of Present Perfect Continuous Tense

Affirmative: Subject+have/ha+been+verb first form+Object

Negative: Subject+have/has+not+been+verb first form+Object

Interrogative: Have/Has+subject+been+verb first form+Object

Exp: We have been learning English for four months. ( Aff )

We have not been learning English for four months. ( Neg )

Have we been learning English for four months? ( Intro )

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