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Verb Tenses

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Mind Map on Verb Tenses, created by Victor Farias on 10/27/2015.
Victor Farias
Mind Map by Victor Farias, updated more than 1 year ago
Victor Farias
Created by Victor Farias over 6 years ago
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Verb Tenses
  1. Simple
    1. Present
      1. I forget my bag everyday.
        1. I don't forget my bag everyday.
          1. Does he forget his bag everyday?
      2. Past
        1. I forgot my bag yesterday.
          1. I didn't forget my bag yesterday.
            1. Did they forget their bag yesterday?
        2. Future
          1. I will eat pizza tomorrow.
            1. I won't eat pizza tomorrow.
              1. Will she eat pizza tomorrow?
        3. Continuous
          1. Present
            1. I am reading now.
              1. You aren't reading now.
                1. Is he reading now?
            2. Past
              1. I was eating a pizza when they arrived.
                1. I wasn't eating a pizza when they arrived.
                  1. Were you eating a pizza when they arrived?
              2. Future
                1. I will be eating pizza when you arrive.
                  1. You won't be eating pizza when he arrives.
                    1. Will she be eating pizza when you arrive?
              3. Perfect
                1. Present
                  1. She has forgotten my bag.
                    1. You haven't forgotten your bag.
                      1. Has he forgotten his bag?
                  2. Past
                    1. I had taken a shower before he arrived.
                      1. I hadn't taken a shower before he arrived.
                        1. Had you taken a shower before he arrived?
                    2. Future
                      1. I will have eaten all of the pizza by the time you arrive.
                        1. He won't have eaten all of the pizza by the time he arrives.
                          1. Will she have eaten all of the pizza by the time you arrive?
                    3. Perfect Continuos
                      1. Present
                        1. I have been forgetting my bag all my life.
                          1. I haven't been forgetting my bag all my life.
                            1. Have you been forgetting your bag all your life?
                        2. Past
                          1. I had been eating pizza for 2 hours when you arrived.
                            1. I hadn't been eating pizza for 2 hours when you arrived.
                              1. Had you been eating pizza for 2 hours when I arrived?
                          2. Future
                            1. I will have been working.
                              1. I won't have been working.
                                1. Will you have been working?
                          3. Conditional
                            1. Simple
                              1. I would forget my bag there.
                                1. I wouldn't forget my bag there.
                                  1. Would I forget my bag there?
                              2. Continuous
                                1. I would be forgetting my bag there.
                                  1. I wouldn't be forgetting my bag there.
                                    1. Would I be forgetting my bag there?
                                2. Perfect
                                  1. I would have forgotten my bag there.
                                    1. I wouldn't have forgotten my bag there.
                                      1. Would I have forgotten my bag there?
                                3. Future (be going to)
                                  1. I am going to travel next week.
                                    1. I am not going to travel next week.
                                      1. Is she going to travel next week?
                                  2. IF
                                    1. Zero Conditional
                                      1. If I drink coffee at night, I don't sleep well.
                                        1. I don't sleep well if I drink coffee at night.
                                      2. First Conditional
                                        1. If I drink coffee tonight, I won't sleep well.
                                          1. I won't sleep well if I drink coffee tonight.
                                        2. Second Conditional
                                          1. If I drank coffee tonight, I wouldn't sleep well.
                                            1. I wouldn't sleep well if I drank coffee tonight.
                                          2. Third Conditional
                                            1. If I had drunk coffee last night, I wouldn't have slept well.
                                              1. I wouldn't have slept well if I had drunk coffee last night.
                                          3. Modals
                                            1. Habilities
                                              1. Present
                                                1. I can drive a car.
                                                  1. I can't drive a car.
                                                    1. Can you drive a car?
                                                2. Past
                                                  1. He could drive a car before the accident.
                                                    1. He couldn't drive a car before the accident.
                                                      1. Could he drive a car before the accident?
                                                  2. Past-Present
                                                    1. I couldn’t talk to anyone because I can’t speak Japanese.
                                                  3. Permission / Authorization
                                                    1. Present
                                                      1. May I help you, madam?
                                                        1. Excuse me, could you tell what time it is, please?
                                                    2. True Negative
                                                      1. Present
                                                        1. You can’t be serious!
                                                          1. She can’t be 40.
                                                            1. He can’t be wrong.
                                                      2. Possibility / Probability
                                                        1. Present
                                                          1. He may be right.
                                                            1. He might be right.
                                                          2. Future
                                                            1. It might rain tomorrow.
                                                            2. Past
                                                              1. He might have come late.
                                                            3. Certainty
                                                              1. Present
                                                                1. It must be cold outside.
                                                                  1. You must be mistaken.
                                                            4. Prepositions
                                                              1. Time
                                                                1. Longer and less specific periods
                                                                  1. IN
                                                                    1. I always brush my teeth in the morning.
                                                                      1. My birthday is in June.
                                                                        1. It’s always cold in winter.
                                                                          1. My brother was born in 1999.
                                                                  2. Specific period or date
                                                                    1. ON
                                                                      1. He was born on September 24th.
                                                                        1. I go to the gym on Mondays and Wednesdays.
                                                                    2. Specific time
                                                                      1. AT
                                                                        1. I will see you at 8 pm.
                                                                          1. My interview is at 3 pm.
                                                                    3. Places
                                                                      1. Bigger and less specific places (or inside somewhere)
                                                                        1. IN
                                                                          1. I used to live in Florida.
                                                                            1. Bangkok is in Thailand.
                                                                              1. I am in my room.
                                                                        2. Things above places or surfaces
                                                                          1. ON
                                                                            1. The papers are on the coffee table.
                                                                              1. I left the keys on the counter.
                                                                          2. Specific places
                                                                            1. AT
                                                                              1. We are meeting at the cafe.
                                                                                1. The football game is at the stadium.
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