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1 englisch-hilfen.de LEARNING ENGLISH ONLINE Tense Signal words Use Form affirmative negative interrogative every day sometimes always often usually seldom something happens repeatedly how often something happens one follows another things in general after the following verbs (to love, to hate, to think, etc.) Infinitive he/she/it + -s I He works. I go. He goes. I don't He doesn't I don't go. He doesn't go. Do I work? Does he work? Do I go? Does he go? first... then future meaning: timetables, programmes now at the moment Look! Listen! something is happening at the same time of speaking or around it future meaning: when you have already decided and arranged to do it (a fixed plan, date) to be (am/are/is) + I'm He's I'm He's I'm not He isn't I'm not He isn't Am I Is he Am I Is he Past last ago in 1990 yesterday took place in the past, mostly connected with an expression of time (no connection to the present) regular: Infinitive + -ed irregular: 2. Spalte I He I went. He went. I didn't He didn't I didn't go. He didn't go. Did I work? Did he work? Did I go? Did he go? englisch-hilfen.de LEARNING ENGLISH ONLINE

2 Past while an happened in the middle of another someone was doing sth. at a certain time (in the past) - you don't know whether it was finished or not was/were + Infinitive + -ing I was He was I was He was I wasn't He wasn't I wasn't He wasn't Was I Was he Was I Was he just yet ever already so far, up to now, you say that sth. has happened or is finished in the past and it has a connection to the present started in the past and continues up to the present have/has + past I have He has I have He has I haven't He hasn t I haven't He hasn t Have I Has he Have I gone? Has he gone? recently all day the whole day how long began in the past and has just stopped how long the has been happening have/has + been + Infinitive + -ing I have been He has been I have been He has been I haven't been He hasn't been I haven't been He hasn't been Have I been Has he been Have I been Has he been

3 Past already just mostly when two s in a story are related to each other: the which had already happened is put into past perfect, the other into simple past the past of the had + past I had He had I had He had I hadn't He hadn't I hadn't He hadn't Had I Had he Had I gone? Had he gone? I had been I hadn't been Had I been Past how long how long something had been happening bee something else happened had + been + He had been I had been He had been He hadn't been I hadn't been He hadn't been Had he been Had I been Had he been will - future predictions about the future (you think that sth will happen) you decide to do sth. spontaneously at the time of speaking, you haven't made a main clause in type I of the if clauses will + Infinitive I'll He'll I'll go. He'll go. I won't He won't I won't go. He won't go. Will I work? Will he work? Will I go? Will he go? I'm going to I'm not going to Am I going to work? going to - future when you have already decided to do sth. in the future what you think what will happen be (am/are/is) + going to + Infinitive He's going to I'm going to go. He's not going to I'm not going to go. Is he going to work? Am I going to go? He's going to go. He's not going to go. Is he going to go?

4 Future An will be in progress at a certain time in the future. This has begun bee the certain time. Something happens because it normally happens. will + be + Infinitive + ing I'll be He'll be I'll be He'll be I won't be He won't be I won't be He won't be Will I be Will he be Will I be Will he be I'll have I won't have Will I have Future sth. will already have happened bee a certain time in the future will + have + past He'll have I'll have He'll have He won't have I won't have He won't have Will he have Will I have gone? Will he have gone? I'll have been I won't have been Will I have been Future sth. will already have happened bee a certain time in the future will + have + been + He'll have been I'll have been He won't have been I won't have been Will he have been Will I have been He'll have been He won't have been Will he have been I would I wouldn't Would I work? sth. that might happen main clause in type II of the if clauses would + Infinitive He would I would go. He would go. He wouldn't I wouldn't go. He wouldn't go. Would he work? Would I work? Would he work?

5 I would be I wouldn't be Would I be sth. that might happen would + be + He would be I would be He wouldn't be I wouldn't be Would he be Would I be He would be He wouldn't be Would he be sth. that might have happened in the past (It's too late now.) main clause in type III of the if clauses would + have + past I would have I would have I wouldn't have I wouldn't have Would he have gone? gone? sth. that might have happened in the past (It's too late now.) would + have + been + I would have been been I would have been been I wouldn't have been been I wouldn't have been been been Would he have been been Would he have been We sometimes use Continuous instead of. Some signal words can be found in more tenses. We did not list signal words in the future. Always remember what is described.

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