TIMELINE for Sentences - English Language - TAMS Studies Aligarh


    
SIMPLE ACTIVESIMPLE PASSIVE PROGRESSIVE / CONTINUOUS ACTIVEPROGRESSIVE / CONTINUOUS PASSIVE
  
PAST TIME
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She had already eaten when I arrived.The painting had been sold twice before it was destroyed.

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PAST PERFECT
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I had been waiting for four hours when he finally arrived.The house had been being painted for over a month before they began to decorate the interior. *
I bought a new car last week.The book was written in 1876 by Frank Smith.

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I was watching TV when she arrived.The problem was being solved when I arrived late for class.
She has lived in California for many years.The company has been managed by Fred Jones for the last two years.

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PRESENT PERFECT
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She has been working at Johnson's for six months.The students have been being taught for the last four hours. *
He works five days a week.Those shoes are made in Italy.

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PRESENT
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I am working at the moment.The work is being done by Jim.
  

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PRESENT MOMENT
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FUTURE INTENTION
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They are going to fly to New York tomorrow.The reports are going to be completed by the marketing department.
The sun will shine tomorrow.The food will be brought later.

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FUTURE SIMPLE
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She will be teaching tomorrow at six o'clock.The rolls will be being baked at two. *
I will have completed the course by the end of next week.The project will have been finished by tomorrow afternoon.

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FUTURE PERFECT
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She will have been working here for two years by the end of next month.The house will have been being built for six months by the time they finish. *
  
FUTURE TIME
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