Simple future tenseThe simple future tense makes a statement of something to happen that has not yet happened or is not happening. It can be a generalization or a description.The future tense … [Read more...] about Future Tense (will, shall)
Generalizations as simple statements or comparisonsExamples:Dogs are bigger than cats.Goats will eat anything.Clouds bring rain.An apple a day keeps the doctor away."If/When" statements … [Read more...] about Generalizations make sweeping statements, not always true.
This post contains more than 180 verbs with an irregular past tense, an irregular past participle, or both.Have I mentioned that English is a very complicated language?You may also view the … [Read more...] about Verbs: Irregular Past Tense
Simple Past tenseIn English past tense, regular verbs do not change their form according to the subject.The past tense refers to something that happened and was completed before now.Most … [Read more...] about Verbs: Regular Past Tense
Regular simple present tenseThe present tense refers to something happening now.In English, verbs do not change their form according to the subject, except the third person singular (“he,” … [Read more...] about Regular and Irregular Present Tense Verbs
Verb formsVerbs have two forms (infinitive and gerund) and numerous tenses (past, present, and future).An infinitive has no tense.The infinitive is "to" plus the single word naming the … [Read more...] about Verbs create tense action.
English verbs use helpers (auxiliary verbs) to create tenses other than simple present and past.The helping verb "do" is used to create questions.Other helping/auxiliary verbs identify … [Read more...] about Helping verbs