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Tense of Verbs

1. Tense denotes the time of an action or its completeness.

2. There are three tenses : --

 a.  the Present Tense

 b.  the Past Tense

 c.  the Future Tense

The Present Tense denotes 

present time.


I walk

You walk.

He walks.

The Past Tense denotes past time.

I walked.

You walked.

He walked.

The Future Tense denotes future time.

I shall walk.

You will walk.

He will walk.


We walk.

You walk.

They walk.


We walked.

You walked.

They walked.


We shall walk.

You will walk.

They will walk.



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