Friday, 23 February 2018

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A tense in English is marked by the verb changes in terms of form and structure in order to indicate time. For example: the verb ‘is’, ‘want’, and ‘become’ change in the following sentences in order to indicate a particular time: 

He is a lawyer (Present tense)
VERB CHANGE: He was a lawyer (To indicate a past experience)
I want to help (Present tense)
VERB CHANGE: I wanted to help (To indicate the past action)
She became angry (Past tense)
VERB CHANGE: She will become angry (To show the future action)

To revise more tense examples, check out these English Tense Links that are found in this blog:


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