THE PRESENT SIMPLE TENSE Every day, usually, sometime, often, seldom He does morning exercises every day. Does he do morning exercises every day? Yes, he does. He doesnt sleep long in the morning.
THE PAST SIMPLE TENSE Yesterday, last year, ago, in He worked in the garden yesterday. Did he work in the garden yesterday? Yes, he did. He didnt work in the office yesterday.
THE FUTURE SIMPLE TENSE Tomorrow, next year, in 2015 He will make a statue next year. Will he make a statue next year? Yes, he will. He wont paint a picture next year.
THE PRESENT CONTINUOUS TENSE Now, at the moment. Listen! Look! He is cooking now. Is he cooking now? Yes, he is. He isnt eating now.
THE PAST CONTINUOUS TENSE At 7 oclock yesterday, the whole day, from 5 to 7, when he came It was snowing the whole day yesterday. Was it snowing the whole day yesterday? Yes, it was. It wasnt raining the whole day yesterday.
THE PRESENT PERFECT TENSE Already, just, ever, never, yet. He has decreased his weight. Has he decreased his weight ? Yes, he has. He hasnt increased his weight.
THE PAST PERFECT TENSE By 7 o'clock, before, after, when he came. He had done his work by 6 o'clock. Had he done his work by 6 o'clock? He hadnt done his work by 3 o'clock.
Времена английского глагола Выполнила: учитель английского языка Крылова Ирина Владимировна МОУ СОШ 1 г. Павлова Нижегородской области. 2011год. Работа предназначена для изучения или повторения времен английского глагола для учащихся 5-9 классов