Friday, March 21, 2008

Present Perfect Tense

Present Perfect Tense

1.Actions completed just now.
2.To recall the experience of an action.

I person
II person } Subject + have + past participle +object of a verb
III person plural

III person singular } Subject + has + past participle + object of a verb


1.I have just started class.

2.You have come just now.

3.She has already gone to Chennai.

4.It has started few minutes ago.

5.I have already introduced you at him.

Questions: Yes or No type

1.Have you had your supper?

No,I haven't (or) Not ye.

2.Have you ever travelled flight?

No I have n't.

3.Have I ever told you not to come here?

4.Have I ever asked you for money?

5.Have I ever disturbed you?

Subject questions:

1.Have I ever met him?
2.What have you don so far?
3.Do you have a car?
4.Have I ever beaten you?
5.Whom have you invited to party so far?

Thursday, March 13, 2008

Present continuous tense

Present continuous tense

1.Action going on the time of speaking.
2.Determined future actions.

I person = subject + am + present participle + object of a verb

I person(we),II person,III person(plural)=>subject + are + present participle + object of a verb

III person(singular) =>subject + is + present participle + object of a verb

1.You are getting late.
2.It is drizzling.
3.They are going to see the movie.
4.It is raining slightly.
5.She is waiting for you.

Questions:(yes/no) type
1.Are you belonging to out station?
Yes,I am belonging to out station.
No,I am belonging to out station.

2.Is,he sleeping?
Yes,he is sleeping.

3.Are you learning Hindi?
No,I am learning Hindi.

4.Are you doing any businss?
No,I am not doing any business.

5.Is your father working as a teacher?
No,my father is not a teacher.

Subject questions:
1.What are you doing now?
2.How is you life going on?
3.How is your business going on?
4.Wher are you going?
5.Why are talking like this?

Simple Present Tense

Simple Present Tense:

1.I go to Chennai tomorrow.
2.I meet you at your home day after tomorrow.
3.We celebrate Diwali festival on Monday.
4.I know how to read a book.
5.When do you get up in the morning?
6.What do you like to have (eat) in your breakfast?
I like to have (eat) rice.
7.Why do you like reading English books?
8.What do you know about me?
9.Wy do you go and disturb him?
10.Where does she go?
11.At what O'clock do you go to school?
12.How often do you see a movie?



State of an action(Time)

1.Present Tense
2.Past Tense
3.Future Tense

Simple Present Tense:
1.Habitual action
2.Action in present time
3.Determined future actions

Person Singular Plural
I person I We
II person You You
III person He,She,it,
Name of a person They


I person,II person,III person,plural=>Subject +present form+object of a verb

III person,singular=>present form of a +s (or) es+ object verb

1.I write a letter
2.He writes a letter.

1.I learn English learn English.
3.They learn English.
4.She learns English.
5.I like tea.

Questions: Yes (or) No type
1.Do you like tea?
Yes,I like tea (or) Yes, I do.
2.Do you know English.
Yes,I know English.
3.Do you know Japanese?
No,I don't know.
4.Do you learn Tamil?
No,I don't learn Tamil.

Subject Questions:
1.Why do you laugh at me?
2.What do you peep here?
3.What do you want?
4.Where do you go?
5.What do you say?



It is a word,used to refer an action.

Infinitive verb:
to+present form of a verb

E.g:to go, to walk.
I go to tell him.
I went to tell him.
I will go to tell him.

Auxiliary verb:
am,is,are ,was,were,have,had,will,shall,can,could,may,might,should,would.
E.g: I am here
I am going there.

Main verb:
A verb which posess meaning individually it is called a main verb.

The name of the ceremonies:
1.Naming ceremoney
4.Bangles wearing ceremony
5.Flowering vathing
6.House warming ceremony
7.Opening ceremony