TENSES

Emiliano Pozuelo de gracia
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Emiliano Pozuelo de gracia
Created by Emiliano Pozuelo de gracia almost 6 years ago
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English tenses

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TENSES
  1. PAST
    1. NORMAL
      1. SIMPLE

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        • I spoke / I did spoke / Did I spoke?The action begin and finished in the past yesterday, 2 minutes ago, in 1990, the other day, last Friday
        1. CONTINUOUS

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          • I were speaking/ I weren´t speaking/ Were I speaking The action is important, when, while, as long as
        2. PERFECT

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          • Had
          1. SIMPLE

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            • I had spoken/ I had not spoken/ Had I spoken? Action finished before a momento in the past Already, just, never, not yet, once, until that day
            1. CONTINUOUS

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              • I had been speaking/I had not been speaking/ Had I been speaking Action finishid before a momento in the past. The action is important for, since, the whole day, all day
          2. PRESENT
            1. NORMAL
              1. SIMPLE

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                • I speak/ I don´t speak/ Do I speakAction happen in general always, every, never, normally, often, seldom, sometimes
                1. CONTINUOUS

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                  • I are speaking/ I aren´t speaking/ Are I speaking The action happen while I speak at the moment, just, just now, , Listen!, Look!, now, right now
                2. PERFECT

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                  • Have/ Has
                  1. SIMPLE

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                    • I have spoken/ I haven´t spoken/ Have I spoken The result is important already, ever, just, never, not yet, so far, till now, up to now
                    1. CONTINUOUS

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                      • I have been speaking/ I haven´t been speaking The action is important all day, for 4 years, since 1993, how long?, the whole week
                  2. FUTURE
                    1. NORMAL
                      1. SIMPLE
                        1. going to

                          Annotations:

                          • I´m going to speak/ I´m not going to speak/ Am I going to speak?Existing intention for the future in a year, next …, tomorrow
                          1. Will

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                            • He will speak/ He will not speak /Will he speak? Action in the future that no depend on my intention in a year, next …, tomorrow
                          2. CONTINUOUS

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                            • He will be speaking/ He will not be speaking/ Will he be speaking?action taking place in a given time in the future in one year, next week, tomorrow
                          3. PERFECT

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                            • Have
                            1. SIMPLE

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                              • He will have spoken/He will not have spoken/ Will he have spoken?action will be completed in the future by Monday, in a week
                              1. CONTINUOUS

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                                • He will have been speaking/ He will not have been speaking/ Will he have been speaking?acción there will already concluded in the future for …, the last couple of hours, all day long
                            2. CONDITIONAL

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                              • Would
                              1. NORMAL
                                1. SIMPLE

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                                  • He would speak/  He would not speak/ Would he speak?action that could occur with certain probability If I were you, I would go home
                                  1. CONTINUOUS

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                                    • He would be speaking/ He would not be speaking/ Would he be speaking?action that could occur with certain probability
                                  2. PERFECT

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                                    • Would have
                                    1. SIMPLE

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                                      • He would have spoken/ He would not have spoken/Would he have spoken?action that had occurred in the past If I had seen that, I would have helped
                                      1. CONTINUOUS

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                                        • He would have been speaking/ He would not have been speaking/ Would he have been speaking? action that otherwise would have occurred in the past
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