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ENGLISH GRAMMAR TENSES: Learn All Tenses to Upgrade English Speaking, Listening and Writing Skills

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17 Lessons (1h 32m)
    • 1. Intro + course detail

      1:58
    • 2. Verbs

      4:35
    • 3. Tenses

      1:41
    • 4. Present Simple

      10:31
    • 5. Past Simple

      4:09
    • 6. Future Simple

      5:23
    • 7. Present Progressive

      6:07
    • 8. Past Progressive

      6:30
    • 9. Future Progressive

      6:25
    • 10. Present Perfect

      7:47
    • 11. Past Perfect

      4:59
    • 12. Future perfect

      5:13
    • 13. Present Perfect Progressive

      6:31
    • 14. Past Perfect Progressive

      5:26
    • 15. Future Perfect Progressive

      5:34
    • 16. Tenses Summary Recap

      6:24
    • 17. The 6 Most Used Tenses

      3:01
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English Grammar tenses, structures & usage is taught by me, Inayat, with more than 10 years of teaching experience. You will learn English language grammar tenses, structures (formulas) & usage to upgrade your English speaking, English listening and English writing skills.

This course includes: 

Verbs ( Verb forms + Helping verbs + Regular & Irregular verbs) + Examples

Tenses + Usage + Formulas (Structures) + Examples + Negative Sentences + Question Sentences + Contraction + The 6 Most Used Tenses

Present Simple + Usage + Formula + Examples

Present Progressive (Continuous) + Usage + Formula + Examples

Present Perfect + Usage + Formula + Examples

Present Perfect Progressive (Continuous) + Usage + Formula + Examples

Past Simple + Usage + Formula + Examples

Past Continuous + Usage + Formula + Examples

Past Perfect + Usage + Formula + Examples

Past Perfect Progressive (Continuous) + Usage + Formula + Examples

Future Simple + Usage + Formula + Examples

Future Progressive (Continuous) + Usage + Formula + Examples

Future Perfect + Usage + Formula + Examples

Future Perfect Progressive (Continuous) + Usage + Formula + Examples

At the end of the course, you will not only speak and write English more confidently but it will also upgrade your listening skills.

You will gain confidence in your ability to express yourself in English clearly and accurately. You will also

know when and how to use the tenses in the English language.

The simplicity and visuals of the course will help you remember the topics. You will also find quizzes to practice the topics you learned.This course can be taken by all level learners.

Anybody with the basic English language knowledge can join the course.

Feel free to look at the course description and sample lectures and I am looking forward to see you inside the course. Thank you.

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1. Intro + course detail: Welcome to English grammar tenses course. You will learn words were farms, helping verbs are regular and irregular verbs plus examples. You will learn English tenses there formulas or structures, examples, negative sentences, question sentences. You will learn past, present, and future, and present. You will learn present simple, present progressive, we call it also present continuous tense, present perfect, present perfect progressive. And in the past, who will learn past simple past progressive, past, perfect, past perfect progressive. And in the future you will learn future simple future progressive, future perfect, future perfect progressive tense. I would also let you know the six most to use tenses in the bonus lecture. My name is denier, tend to have more than ten years of teaching experience. My lectures on YouTube channel, but they're Han Institute have been viewed more than 5 million. The question is that what will you learn after the course? You will not only speak and writing English more confidently after the course, but it will also upgrade your listening skills. You will gain confidence in your ability to express yourself in English clearly and perfectly. You will also know when and how to use tenses in English language. The simplicity and the visuals of the course will help you remember the topics. You will find quizzes to practice topics you learned. The question is that who should take this course? This course can be taken by all level learners. Anybody with basic English language knowledge can join the course. Feel free to look at the course description and free lectures. I'm looking forward to see you inside the course. Thank you. 2. Verbs: Hi and welcome to English grammar tenses course. In this lecture you will learn worms were foams helping verbs, regular and irregular verbs plus examples. Now the question is, what is a we're aware of is a word that shows an action. Exemple, mud goes to the academy in the sentence goes, is an action or a worm. Moment is subject or door to the Academy is the rest of the sentence or object. Let us take some more examples. The read every day in the sentence reads is an action or a word. They call it subject or the Dewar. Everyday, rest of the sentence, we work hard. In this sentence, work is an action or a worm. And those neck co-experience Ni In this sentence, cooks is an action or a word. I sleep at night in the sentence leaf has an action or a word. She helps her mother. And this sentence helps is an action or a worm. Forms of war. We have five homes or four. It means like a work can in any of these forms, except the worship, which we call it non-progressive words, which cannot be used in I-N-G form. So base form, we call it phosphates off the work past form. We call it a second form of the word past participle. We call it third form of the word ES. Es form. We call it forth all afterward by ING form or present participle, we call it fifth term of the work. We have to work, learn, and goal. So let us see there forms. First form is learned, second is learned, third is learned forth his learns and fifties learning. And we have four goal. The first foam as go, second is went and the third is gone. The fourth is goals, and the fifth home is going. We have these forms in different tenses. Helping or auxillary we're helping or auxiliary verb helps, demand worship. And it shows the tense exemple. You will learn English In this sentence. Will is a helping word. Men work has learned. So Willis, helping the main work to show us the tense. Sometimes a helping word works as men were. Let us see some examples. Is Khalid is smart and This sentence is a, we're actually eases helping work. But in this sentence is, is working as a man were highly This eating food. In this sentence is, is working as a helping verb. It is helping the man we're eating and showing us the tenths. And we have our u are nice in this sentence, are, is working as a main work and you are drinking water in this sentence, are, is working as a helping work. It is helping the main work drinking. To show us the tense. We have, have, we have a book in this sentence, have is working as a man work. We have written the letter and this sentence have is helping the main work written and showing us a tense. Regular and irregular verbs. Regular were the work which ends with ED in the second form or third form of the word, the word that we have learned. The second form is learned. Third form is learned. Did you notice that the word ended with the ED in the second, third form? So regular verbs, they end with ED and the second, third Pfam. Irregular verb. The irregular were, which does not end with ED in the second form or the third form of the word, the word that we have go. The second form is went, third form is gone. So it is not like the word that we took it, learn, learned, and learned. Here we have a went and gone. Did you notice that we didn't add ED to the second, third form? So we call these kind of Forbes irregular verbs. 3. Tenses: Hi and welcome to English grammar tenses course. You will learn English tenses there, formulas or structures, examples, negative sentences, questions, sentences. I will give you an overview of tenses in this lecture, you will learn each tense in detail in the coming lectures. Tenses we have past, present, and future. Tense watches a tense ten's is a form of a word that usually shows the past, the present, or the future. Attendance is a way of putting sentence into a timeframe, is chosen as the time that are we in the present future or in the past. Examples. If something happens in the prison to use the present tense exemple, we learn English. If something happened in the past, we use the past tense exemple. We learned English. It means we finished learning English. If something will happen in the future, we use the future tense example. We will learn English. Let us take the same example. In prison, who we say we learn English. And in the past, we learned English. In the future, we will see we will learn English in present. We have four says present simple, present progressive, or present continuous. Prison, perfect, present perfect progressive in past. Who have past, simple past progressive, past, perfect, past, perfect progressive. In future we have future, simple future progressive, future perfect, future perfect progressive. 4. Present Simple: Hi and welcome to English grammar tenses course. You will learn present simple tense in this lecture. You will learn when to use present simple formulas, structure, and how to make presence and pull positive sentences, bless examples. You will also learn negative sentences, formula, question sentences for MLA went to S or ES to work. And what is the difference between S and E is converting positive sentences, true negative and question sentences. Contraction with presence, simple tenses, past, present, future. We are talking about present and specifically about present simple. And now the question is that when do we use present simple tense? The presence of both tenses used to talk about a redo work routines and habits. Example. He wakes up in the morning. It is a routine work. It is used for repeated or incomplete actions. Example, we sleep everyday, source leaping everyday is a repeated action. It is used for statements that are always true. Example, the Sun rises from the ESD, which is a statement which is always true. So let us talk about forms of the verb used in present simple. We use base form and S, or ES farm in present simple. Or has five farms. It means we're, can come in to these five forms. The first form is called waist forms. I can form past. Third form is past participle. Fourth form, S or ES form. And the fifth form, it's ING form or present participle. Form. Should work learn is the best forms they can. Form is learn. Third form is learned. Fourth farmers learns fifth farmers learning. So as I said that a work can come in these five farms. But there are some words which are called non-progressive worms. They don't come in I-N-G form and go first form when second form gone, third farm goes forth, farm going fifth form. Present simple positive sentences. Fomula, subject plus Foster form of Tor plus S, ES plus ROS means rest of the sentence. Examples, you learn English. In this sentence you is subject or the doer. Learn is a verb or an action, and English is rest of the sentence. We didn't use S for years with this work, I will explain in the lecture when to use S and E S and what is the difference between S and D? Yes. He goes to the academy. Here we did ears to work goal. She cooks the food. We added ES to work cook. I play tennis. Present simple negative sentences. Formula, we write subject helping verb plus naught plus first form of the word plus rest of the sentence examples, you do not learn English in the sentence you will subject or the door. Two is helping work and not then foster home authority, which has learned English, which is rest of the sentence. We have to helping verbs do enters. So the second example, he does not go to the academy. Here we used does instead of Do. I will talk about it in the lecture. She does not cook the food. I do not play tennis. Present simple question sentences, formula, Helping Verb plus Subject plus first form of the word plus ROS plus question mark examples. Do you learn English? In this sentence? Do is a helping verb you subject learn is first form of the word English, rest of the sentence and question mark. When do we use do and when do we use does? I'll explain it in the lecture? Does he go to the Academy? Does she cook the food? Do I play tennis? Now the question went to add S or ES tour. If this objectives he, she, it or singular. Singular means one person or one thing. We add S or ES to the men were examples. He goes to the academy. So he, as I said, with he, she it and singular, which is a 100 Here I am and works hard. So omega singular, we did s. And he is. As I said, we had ears. If the subject is he, we added ears to the OR. And she reads here we did S instead of ears. I will explain that went to add ES and went to S. It eats food. Mud works hard. So as I said, if the subject is he, she it or singular, we add S RES two, the main word. When to add S aureus to worship. If this objectives you, we, the plural, plural means more than one. We do not add S or ES to the main work. Examples. You read the book. In this example, you is, as I said to you, We did I or plural, we don't choose S RES with were we live for the ball. They work hard. I learned Arabic, Bashir, NF-1, help the poor. So as I said, if the subject is you, we, the eye or plural. Plural means two persons or more than 22 things. So in this case, we don't. As Fourier domain worm. Now the question Difference between S and D is if the subject is he, she, it or singular. And word ends in S, SH, CH, X. Or we add e is to the main work. Otherwise, we add es to the worm. Examples. He goes to the academy. In this sentence, we're gu, the last literals or show it is a literal data. They said it comes in. At the end of the world. We add E-S to the men were. And she reads every day. Read. The last letter is not in one of the literals that I mentioned. So we just edit as it eats food. T is also not in the list of letters that we ears. If it comes at the end of the work, I'm done, misses his son. S is though later, which is in the list. So we added ES highly sketches the map CH is in the world. So we added ES to the main worm, Fatma washes, the clued SSH is in the work. So we added ES, Hobbit fixes the problem. Fix is a worm and Xs the last letter. So as I said, if the last lecture in a work is as CHC, SH, x or z, we add ears to the men work. So we edit ears because the last letter is X. Went to US. Not or does not. Or the short form don't. And doesn't. If the subject is I, you, we, or plural, we use do not or dawn don't is the contraction or reduced form of do not. If the subject is he, she, it or singular means 1%. Or one thing we use does not or doesn't, doesn't is the reduced form off does not. And now the question is that when do we use do or does? If the subject is I, you, we had plural. We use do. Plural means more than one person or thing. He, she it singular. A text does, if the subject of a sentence is he she it, or singular. Singular means one person or one thing we used does kinda work positive to negative and question sentences. We have one positive sentence or affirmative sentence. He plays football. We'll convert this positive or affirmative sentence to negative. Heat is not play football. And we'll convert the positive sentence into questions sentence, does he play football? Another example, We play football is a positive sentence, will convert it into negative. It will be, we do not play football. And question will be, do we played football? I played football. Positive sentence, I do not care for the whole negative sentence. Do I play football questions, sentence, contraction or, or you can say reduction or reduced form. He does not play football. Weekend reduce does not two doesn't doesn't is a reduced form of does not. So we can say instead of does not, doesn't We do not play football? So instead of, we do not live for the whole, we can say we don't Clifford goal. I do not refer to all we can say, I don't play football. 5. Past Simple: Hi and welcome to English grammar tenses course. You will learn past simple tense in this lecture. We're going to use past simple formula structure for machine or secretary of past simple tense, How to make past simple positive sentences plus examples. Negative sentences, formula, question sentences, formula, converting positive sentences, true negative and question sentences. Contraction with past simple tenses, past, present, future, and past. Specifically, we are going to talk about past simple. Past simple. We use past simple to talk about something which happened in the past. Example, you learned English. It means you finished learning English. Farms off where we use first second form of the verb in past simple tense. Let us see positive sentences formula in past simple. First of all, we write subject plus second form of the word plus rest of the sentence, or our OS. Examples, you learned English, use subject, learned. A second form of Learn English is rest of the sentence. You learned English. It means you finished learning English. He went to the academy, went a second form of goal, and he is subject to the academy rest of the sentence. She cooked the food. It means she finished cooking the food. They played tennis. The subject played second form of the word played first farmers play and turn us rest of the sentence. So let us see formula. Past simple negative sentences. Or what is the formula for that subject? Plus helping work plus not plus foster some of the work plus rest of the sentence. Examples, you did not learn English. You is subject digits helping work and not, and then learn is the first home of the work. English. Rest of the sentence. Are there examples? He did not go to the academy. She did not cook the food. I did not play a tennis. Past simple questions, sentences, formula. First of all, we write Helping Verb plus Subject plus first term of the world plus ROS plus question mark. Helping work. Did you learn English? Did is that helping workmen past simple you subject learn is foster home afterward, english and question mark. And second example, did he go to the academy? Third example, Did she cook the food? Did I play tennis? Helping worship, and past simple. We have one helping worm and past simple. That is did, and we use it with all pronouns. Iu, we, the plural, he, she it and singular can work positive to negative and question sentences. He played football, this is positive sentence will convert into a negative sentence. It will be he did not pay for the wall. And to make it question, did he play football? And we played for the ball? This is positive sentences. Negative sentences. We did not prefer the ball. And question sentence, did we played football? I played football. I did not play football. Negative sentence. Do they prefer the ball? Question, sentence? Contraction or reduction. He did not play football. Weekend reduce did not, two didn't. So we can say instead of a did not play football, we can say he didn't play for the ball. We did not play for the ball. We can say we didn't play football. I did not pay for the wall contraction will be hydrogen play football. 6. Future Simple: Hi and welcome to English grammar tenses course. You will learn future simple tense in this lecture. When to use future simple tense, formula, structure for machine or secret. How to make future simple positive sentences plus examples. Negative sentences, formula, question sentences, formula, can working positive sentences, true negative and question sentences. Contraction with future simple. We will discuss all these in our today's lecture. Tenses we have past, present, and future. And in future we are going to talk about future simple. Future simple. We use future simple tends to talk about something which will happen in the future exemple, You will learn English. It means you will learn maybe tomorrow, next week, or next month, something in the future. There are two different forms of future simple will form, which we are going to talk about that in this lecture. And B going to form B going to form example, you are going to learn tenses of transit scores. It means it is something in the future that you will learn English when you will finish this course. So we will focus on will form in this lecture. Forms of 4b, we use this form or foster home of the work in the future simple tense. So let us see formula, future simple positive sentences formula. First of all, we read subject plus helping verb plus first form of surplus, rest of the sentence or ROS. You will learn English. You is subject to will is helping a work learn is first form of verb English's rest of the sentence. The second sentence, he will go to the academy. She will cook the food. It means, and this is something which will happen in the future, maybe after one hour, after tomorrow or after maybe one week or after one year. So something which will happen in the future, they will play tennis. Now let us see formula. Future simple negative sentences. Subject plus helping word plus not plus foster some of the work, plus ROS. So exemple, you will not learn English. You is subject to will, is helping work, then not. And then first home after work, which has learned, and then English which is rest of the sentence. And second sentence, he will not go to the academy. She will not cook the food. I will not play tennis. Future simple question sentences, formula. What is the formula? We write? Helping work, force plus Subject plus phosphate off the work plus ROS or rest of the sentence plus question mark. So the sentence, will you learn English? Will is helping work. You subject learn is the first form of the word English. Rest of the sentence. Question mark, will he go to the Academy? Will she cook the food? Will I play tennis? Future simple helping verbs. Will we also have show, which we use with i and we will use them rarely. Most of the time we'll use will. Will, will be used with all pronounce I, you, we, they plural, he, she, it and singular can work positive to negative and question sentences. So we have a positive sentence. He will prefer the ball, will, will convert it into a negative sentence. He will not split for the ball. And now we'll convert. He will play for the ball to questions sentence. Will he played for the ball? Did you notice that we put two will in the beginning, which is the helping verb, and then subject. And then first of all, for the warp and then rest of the sentence and question-mark. A second example. We will play football and we'll convert it to now to negative. We will not be there for the ball. And in question, will we prefer the ball? And another example, I will prefer the ball. This is positive sentence. Negative will be, I will not prefer the ball. And question will be, will I play football? Contraction or reduction with the future simple tense, he will play football. So we can reduce He and will, and we can make them one word, which will be he'll play football. So instead of he will play football. We can say he'll play football. He will not play football. We will convert it into he won't flip for the bolt. So we reduce to win not to want. We will clear for the ball. Contraction will be, will prefer the ball. We will not lift the ball. So instead of will not, we will say we want to prefer the ball. I will prefer the ball. Contraction will be, I will prefer the ball and I will not prefer the ball, will convert, will not to want, it will be, I want to clear for the ball. 7. Present Progressive: Hi and welcome to English grammar tenses course. You will learn prison progressive or present continuous tense in this lecture. When to use present progressive formula structure for machine or secret. How to make present progressive positive sentences plus examples, negative sentences for MLA, questions, sentences formula or for mission. Converting positive sentences too negative and question sentences, contraction would present progressive, non-progressive worms. The worms that we do not use in progressive tenses, tenses, past, present, and future. We're talking about present and specifically about present progressive. We use present progressive to talk about something which is happening now. Exemple, you are learning English. This is something which is happening now. We use present progressive for plant actions in the future exemple. We are omitting them tomorrow, so it is something that is going to happen in the future. So we use present progressive for plant actions in the future as well. We use prison progress sue for something happening at present, but it isn't necessary that it is happening now. Exemple, a crumb is looking for a job. So it means a premise looking for a job nowadays, it is not necessary that he is looking right now. And forms of worship, which form do we use? In present progressive, we use ING or present participle, or we call it fifth term of the work, which is ING form, learning and growing. So we'll use fifth term of the worship in prison, progressive, present progressive positive sentences and the formula. What is the formula? Plus examples, subject plus helping work plus 54 plus rest of the sentence or ROS. You are learning English for you. It is a subject are, is helping work. Learning is the fifth term or I-N-G form of English is rest of the sentence. To do. Notice that in helping work, we used our, we have is our NMR will tell you when to use is r. And the second sentences, he is going to the academy and she is cooking the food. I am playing tennis. Present progressive negative sentences, formula. First of all, we write subject plus helping were plus not, plus fifth term of the surplus, rest of the sentence or ROS. You are not learning English, you is subject, are, is helping work. Then not tendon. I-n-g form of the word. And then rest of the sentence English. He is not going to the academy. She is not cooking the food. I am not playing tennis. Present progressive questions, sentences, formula, Helping Verb plus Subject plus 15 off the work or I-N-G form of surplus ROS plus question mark. Helping work. We have is our M. And the sentence are you learning English? Are, is helping work, use object learning is the I-N-G form of the verb or fifth home afterward. And English then question mark, is he going to the academy? Is she cooking the food? Mi playing tennis, prison, progressive helping verbs is R, m. We use is if the subject is he, she, it or singular. Singular means a single person or a single thing. Are, we use are with you, we, they end plural. Plural means more than one. M is used with the eye. Word positive to negative and question sentences. He is playing for the ball, it is a positive sentence will convert it into a negative. And then question, sentence, is playing for the ball. He is not playing for the ball. Is he playing football? This is the question. And other example, we are playing for the ball. It is a positive sentence, will convert it into a negative sentence. We are not playing for the ball. Now will convert. We are playing for the ball to question, are we playing football? And other example, I'm playing football. I'm not playing for ball. Mi, playing football. Contraction with present progressive, it means reduction. He is playing for the ball. We can reduce he is to his. So instead of he is playing for the ball, we can see he's playing football. He is not playing for the ball. We can say he isn't playing football. We are playing for the ball. We can say instead of we are, we are, we're playing football. We are not playing for the ball instead of we are not. We can say we are and so we aren't playing football. I'm playing football. Contraction will be, instead of IM, I will say, I'm playing football. I'm not playing for the ball. We can say, not playing football. And non-progressive verbs, the words that we do not normally use with present progressive or other progressive tenses, like the word want first farmers want second form is wanted, that form is wanted. Forcefulness warrants. We cannot say wanting. It's incorrect. Exemple they are wanting append. It is a wrong sentence, it is not a correct sentence. The correct sentence will be they want append. Other non-progressive worms are understand no need, ETC. 8. Past Progressive: Hi and welcome to English grammar tenses course. You will learn past progressive tense in this lecture. When to use past progressive formula structure for my shin or secret of how to make past progressive positive sentences plus examples. Negative sentences, formula, questions, sentences formula, converting positive sentences true negative and questions sentences, past progressive plus past simple using while and when. Non-progressive worms, you will learn all of these topics in this lecture. Tenses we have past, present, future. We're talking about boston specifically about past progressive. Past progressive is a longer action in the past and past and police are shorter action will see the uses and examples. Past progressive. We use past progressive for something which was happening in the past exemple. You were learning English last month. It is something that was happening, an action which was happening in the past. We use past progressive for two actions happening at the same time in the past. Exemple while you were learning English, mud was working in the office. So dear, two actions happening in the past. We use past progressive to describe an unfinished diction and interrupted by another action in the past. Exemple. While you were learning English, RF called you. There are two actions in the sentence. One was happening at some point in the past and another happened. The question is that which form of the word do we use in the past progressive? We use ING form, or we call it a present participle, or as I call it, fifth form of the word, which is learning and growing. Formula. Past progressive positive sentences. Subjects plus helping work plus fifth offshore plus ROS. And let us see examples. You were learning English In this sentence, you as a subject. We're helping, we're learning is fifth home after work or I-N-G form English's there rest of the sentence. Second example, he was going to the academy. In this sentence he is subject was as helping work. Going is the fifth of the worm to the academy. Rest of the sentence. She was cooking the food. I was playing tennis. I will let you know when do we use was and when do we use we're formula past progressive negative sentences. We write subject plus helping were plus not plus 50, plus ROS, or rest of the sentence. Examples, you are not learning English In this sentence, use subject where is helping work, not then learning, which is 50 ohm of the world or an ING form. And then English which has rest of the sentence, he was not going to the academy. She was not cooking the food. I was not playing tennis. I will let you know when do we use was and when do we use we're questions sentences formula, past progressive question sentences. Helping Verb plus Subject plus 54, plus ROS plus question mark. Helping work. As I told you, we have was and were. Were you learning English In this sentence, where is helping verb use object learning is 50 home after work or in G form English and then question mark, second example. Was he going to the academy? Third example, was she cooking the food? Was I playing tennis? Now, the question that when do we use was and when do we use we're wheels were if the subject is you, we, and they and plural. Plural means more than one, like two persons, two things. And was when do we use was with he she it and singular if this objective of the sentences I he she it or singular. Singular, Ms. one-percent or one thing we use was we're taking positive to negative and question sentences. He was playing for the wall. It is a positive sentence or affirmative sentence. We will convert it to a negative sentence. It will be he was not playing football. And we can also say he wasn't playing football. It is contraction or a reduced form of past progressive tense. Question would be, was he playing football? Second sentence, We were playing football. It is a positive sentence, will convert it into a negative sentence. We were not playing for the bone. And the contraction will be we were N'T playing football. Where we playing football. And other example, I was playing for the ball. It is a positive sentence. Negative will be, I was not playing for the wall, was a plane for the ball. Now let us talk about past progressive Plus posts Simple together. While we use for long action in past progressive. And when we use for short action for a width past simple tense examples. While you were learning English, RF called you. And the same sentence we can, right? You were learning English when our if called you. Non-progressive verbs, there are some words that we do not use. Ing with them, like wanting, understand, nor need, ETC. If we say they are wanting append, it will be incorrect. The correct form is and they wanted append. 9. Future Progressive: Hi and welcome to English grammar tenses course. You will learn future progressive tense in this lecture. You will learn a when to use future progressive formulas structure for our machine or secret of how to make a future progressive positive sentences plus examples. You will also learn negative sentences, formula, questions, sentences, formula or interrogative sentences, formula, converting positiveness sentences, true negative, and questions sentences. You will also learn contraction with future progressive plus non-progressive verbs. Tenses, past, present, future. So we're talking about futures specifically about future progressive. Now the question is that when do we use future progressive? We use future progressive for something happening at a certain time in the future, exemple it 02:00 PM. Tomorrow, I will be swimming. It means I will start swimming at 1pm and finish at 3pm at two PM. I will be individually of the swimming. So it is something happening at a certain time in the future. It is used to express bland in once in the future example. He will be reading the book at 05:00 PM tomorrow. So it is something any went which is going to happen at a specific time. It's like a plant you went. The question is, which form of the word do we use? The future progressive, we use ING form, which is according to my formulae college fifth on off the worm. Like learning growing. So we use this form of the word in future progressive as we use the same ING form in all progressive tenses. So the formula, a future progressive positive sentences formula. We write subject plus has been we're plus helping work. Fifth arm of the World, which is nx plus rest of the sentence. Let us see the examples. You will be learning English In this sentence you is subject to helping, where b is also a helping verb learning is the I-N-G form of the worm English rest of the sentence. He will be going to the academy. She will be cooking the food. I will be playing tennis. So let us see what is the formula for the future progressive negative sentences. We write subject helping verb plus naught plus helping verb plus 15 of the world, which is ING form plus restaurant sentence examples, you will not be learning English in the sentence use. Object will is helping verb than nought and then helping where a, b and then ING form and then rest of the sentence are their sentences. He will not be going to the academy. She will not be cooking the food, will not be playing tennis. Formula for a question or interrogative sentences in future progressive. First of all, we write Helping Verb plus Subject plus helping worthless. Fifth off the ORB Oriented, you follow your bliss or rest of the sentence and question-mark. Examples, will you re learning English? Will is helping verb use Object B is helping We're learning is ING far more. We call it a present participle or fifth home of the world according to my formula. And English plus question mark or restore the sentence. Will he be going to the Academy? Will she be cooking the food? Will I be playing tennis? Future progressive helping verbs we use to helping verbs will and be together with future progressive tense. Helping verbs are the verbs which shows the tense of the sentence. Will be, will be used with all pronouns. I, you, we, they, plural, he, she, it and singular. Now can work positive to negative and questions sentences. We have a positive sentence, he will be playing football. Positive sentence, we call it also affirmative sentence. He will be playing football. Negative will be, he will not be blamed for the ball. And the question will be, will he be plane for the ball? So let us take another example. We will be playing for the ball positive sentence. We will not be paying for the wall. Negative sentence will be playing football. Questions and tense. I will be playing football. I will not be blamed for the ball. Will I play football? So these are the sentences we have converted to negative and then question sentences. Contraction or reduction. Or we can say reduced form, like when we add two words together. So we contract them and reduce them from to worse to one word. He will be playing for the ball so we can reduce. He will heal. So he will be, he'll be playing for the wall. And here will not be blamed for the ball. We will reduce, will not to want. So we can say he will not be playing for the ball. He wanted to blame for the ball. We will be playing for the ball. So we will add a, we will together it will become will. So it will be, will be playing for the wall. We will not be playing for one. It will become, we want to be playing for the Vaughan. I will be playing football. It will become ILP playing football. I will not be blamed for the ball, will not become one. So it will be, I want to be blamed for the ball. Non-progressive worms, the words that we don't use in progressive tenses, the word need understand nor wanted to see we don't use them in progressive tenses. If we say they will be needing append, it will be incorrect sentence. The correct sentence will be they will need a pen. 10. Present Perfect: Hi and welcome to English grammar tenses course. You will learn present perfect tense in this lecture, you will learn when to use prison perfect formula, structure, circulate or formation of present perfect tense. How to make present perfect positive sentences plus examples. Negative sentences, formula, questions, sentences, formula, converting positive sentences too negative and question sentences. Contraction with present perfect, since, and four with present perfect tenses. We're talking about present and specifically about present perfect. We use present perfect for action structured in the past and just stopped. And we use present perfect for action structured in the past and continues in the present. So we use a present perfect for something structured in the past and finished just before. Exemple. You have learn prison perfect. We use present perfect for something started in the past and continues in the present. Example. You have lived in Istanbul for six years. It means you have started to live in Istanbul in the past. And you are still living for six years. He has lived in tribes on since 2015. So it means he started living in tribes on since 2015 and he is still living there. We use present perfect to talk about change. Example. They have bought a laptop. They didn't have in the past, but the heritage now. Now the question is at which form of the word do we use in present perfect, we use third form of the verb, which is also called past participle. In present perfect. Learn, learned, learned, learns learning. So we use learned, which is the third far more past participle in present perfect. Present perfect positive sentences formula, subject, helping verb plus third form of verb plus rest of the sentence. Examples, you have learned English In this sentence, you as a subject have is helping verb. Learned is third form of Tor and English's rest of the sentence. When do we use halves and when do we use have? I will tell you in this lecture, he has gone to the academy. She has cooked the food. I have played tennis. Present perfect negative sentences. Formula, subject plus helping were plus naught plus third form of the word plus rest of the sentence examples. You have not learned English in the sentence. Use object have helping. We're not then learned third form of the word English, rest of the sentence. He has not gone to the academy. She has not cooked the food. I have not played tennis. Present Perfect question, sentences, formula, helping verb plus subject plus third form of the word plus rest of the sentence plus question mark. Examples. Have you learned English? Have a helping verb, you subject learned third form of the verb English, rest of the sentence. And question mark, has he gone to the academy? Has she cooked the food? Have I played tennis? Present Perfect helping verbs. The works that we use in the present perfect tense hasn't have. If the subject is I, you, we, they, plural. Plural means more than one. We use have as a helping verb. If the subject is he, she, it, singular. Singular means 1% or one thing we use has as a helping verb in the sentence, can work positive to negative and question sentences. We have positive sentence or affirmative sentence. He has played football, will convert it into a negative sentence. It will become he has not cleared for the ball. We have just pleased not after has, as we saw in the formula, has he played football? Question, a sentence or interrogative sentence, and other positive sentence. We have played football. We haven't played football. Negative sentence. Have we prepared for the ball? Question sentence? I have loved football. Positive sentence. I have not cleared for the ball. Negative. Have I played football? Questions sentence, contraction or reduction would present. Perfect. He has played football. So we can reduce. He has to he is so instead of he has played football weekend, say he's played football he has not played football weekend, say it's sort of has not hasn't so he hasn't beard football will be the reduced form of he has not cleared football. We have blurred for the ball. We can say we have played for the ball instead of we have, we can say we have played football. We have not cleared for the ball is sort of have not weekend say her went. So the sentence, will we went clear for the ball? I have cleared for the ball. Or you can say, I've played football, I have not prayer for the goal. We can say, I haven't played football since. And four, we use since to talk about a point in the past time. Examples, 05:00 PM, Friday, third March for is used to talk about a period of time. Examples for days, three months, two hours. We use since with prison perfect to talk about a point in the past time. Examples. They have lived in the US since 2015. He has been here since. They have been studied in the class since 1230. We normally use since with perfect tenses for can be used with other tenses. For with present perfect. We use for with present perfect to talk about the length of time. Examples. They have lived in the UAE for three years. He's been here for five days. They have studied in the class for 40 minutes. For with other tenses we can use for with other tenses as well. Examples, we read the book for two hours every day. This is prison simple. They are playing tennis for two hours today. Present continuous tense or present progressive tense. He worked at the school for five years. It's past simple four and since have other meanings to examples. Art is for all this versus four quota. Since he didn't work hard, he didn't pass the test. 11. Past Perfect: Hi and welcome to English grammar tenses course. You will learn past perfect tense in this lecture. We're going to use past perfect formula structure, secretory for mission of how to make past perfect positive sentences plus examples. Negative sentences, formula, question sentences, formula, converting positive sentences too negative, and question sentences, contraction with past perfect. We're talking about tenses and we're talking about past. And specifically I walked past perfect. As we can see in the diagram, there are two actions in the past. Boss Perfect is the first action which happened, and then we have ended their past action. We use past perfect for two actions in the past, and it is used to clear their 20 action happened before another action in the past. It expresses action in the past before another action in the past. Examples, Ali had gone when I reached his office. There are two actions. One is happened earlier and the other one happened after the first section. I had saved my files before the mobile crashed. So there is an action which happened before and a direction in the first direction. For that one, we used past perfect tense. When they arrived, we had started the match. Now the question is that which form of the verb do we use in past perfect? We use a third form or the past participle in past perfect, which is learned and gone. Past perfect positive sentences formula. First of all, we write subject helping verb plus third form of the rest of the sentence. Examples. You had learned English In this sentence, you is subject had just helping work. Learned is third form of the verb English's rest of the sentence. He had gone to their cared me. She had cooked the food. I had played tennis. Past perfect negative sentences, formula, subject, helping verb plus naught plus third form of 2a plus rest of the sentence. Examples had not learned English and the sentence you will subject head is helping word than not, and then learn a third form of the word English. Rest of the sentence. He had not gone to the academy. She had not cooked the food. I had not played tennis. Past perfect questions, sentences, Helping Verb plus Subject plus third form of the word plus rest of the sentence plus question mark. Examples, head. You learned English In this sentence, head is helping verb you is subject learned is third from off the orb English. Rest of sentence and question mark. Either examples. Had he gone to their cared MY head, she cooked the food head I played tennis. Past perfect helping work. We have one helping verb in past perfect, and we use it with all pronouns. With I, you, we, they, plural, he, she it, and singular. Convert positive sentences too, negative and question sentences. And we have a positive sentence, he had played football. We will converts it to a negative. It will become he had not played football. And question head, he played football. And other example we had played football, positive sentence. We had not cleared for the ball. Ahead. We played football. Another example, I had played football, positive sentence, negative sentence will be, I had not played football and question head, I played football. Contraction with past perfect. He had played football. So we can say instead of he head heat played football, we had not cleared for the Bowl. Instead of head note, we can say he hadn't played football. We had played football as tradeoff. We had we can say we had to play it football. We had not cleared for the Bowl. Instead of head naught. We can say we hadn't cleared for the ball. I had cleared for the bowl. I can say I'd played football. I had not cleared of all. I can say I hadn't played football. 12. Future perfect: Hi and welcome to English grammar tenses course. You will learn future perfect tense in this lecture. When to use future perfect formula, structure for motion circuit. How to make future perfect positive sentences plus examples, negative sentences, formula, questions, sentences formula, converting positive sentences too negative and questions sentences, contraction with future perfect. We're talking about future tense and specifically about future perfect. As you can see in the diagram, two actions in the future. For this situation, we use the future perfect. We use future perfect to talk about the past in the future. It expresses action in the future before another action in the future. It talks about completed action in the future. Examples. You will have learned tenses when you finish the course. You can call me at six PM. I will have arrived home by six PM. By 02:00 PM, he will have finished his work. The question is that which form of the verb do we use? In the future perfect, we use third form or past participle. In future perfect. Wishes, learned and grown. Future perfect. Positive sentences. Formula, subject plus helping were plus helping work plus third form of the word plus rest of the sentence. We have to helping verbs, but we write them together, will end have. So let us see examples. You will have learned English In this sentence subject is you will helping verb have and there had been work learned third form of verb English, rest of the sentence. He will have gone to the academy. She will have cooked the food. I will have played tennis. Future perfect negative sentences. The formula, subject plus helping, we're helping we're not. Plus third form of the work plus rest of the sentence examples. You will not have learned English In this sentence. You subject, we're helping, we're not. Then another helping verb have and learn. Third from afterward English rest of the sentence. Are there examples? He will not have gone to the academy. She will not have cooked the food. I will not have played tennis. Future perfect question sentences, formula, Helping Verb plus Subject plus helping were. Let's start from off the work plus rest of the sentence and question mark. Examples. Will you have learned English In this sentence? Will is helping work. You subject have helping work learned. Third, fall off the world English. Rest of the sentence and question mark. Other examples. Will he have gone to the Academy? Will she have cooked the food? Will I have played tennis? Future perfect helping verbs. We use. Helping verbs together will, and have. With all pronouns. I, you, we, the plural, he, she, it singular. We use will have with all kinda worked positive sentences too, negative and question sentences. Here we'll have played football. This is positive sentence will convert it to a negative. It will become, he will not have led for the ball and question, will he have played football? And other example where we will have played football, we will not have led for the ball. Will we have played for the goal? I will have played football. I will not have dared football. Will I have played football? Contraction? You will have, we can write, u will have, and you will not have, or we can write, you won't have to. Instead of, we'll note we can use want. He will have played football. We can say he'll have led for the ball. He will not have network do all. We can say. He won't have led for the ball. So instead of, we'll note we can say a won't. We will have played football. We can say instead of we will, we'll have played football. Will, will not have lead foot wall. We can say, we want have led for the ball. I will have low total volume. We can say I will have debt for the ball. I will not have led for the bowl. We can say I want have led for bowl. 13. Present Perfect Progressive: Hi and welcome to English grammar tenses course. You will learn present perfect progressive tense in this lecture. When to use present perfect progressive formula structure, how to make present perfect positive sentences plus examples. Negative sentences, formula, questions, sentences, formula, converting positive sentences, true negative and question sentences since and four with present perfect progressive. Contraction with present perfect progressive. We're talking about tenses and we're talking what President and specifically about present perfect progressive. Action started in the past and just stopped. And we use present perfect progressive for action structured in the past and continues in the present. We use present perfect progressive for action started in the past and stopped recently. Exemple. He is tired because he has been working. We use present perfect progressive for action structured in the past and is continuing now. Examples. I have been working for two hours. It means I am still working now. You have been living in Istanbul for six years. He has been living and troubles on since 2015. Now the question is at which form of the word do we use in present, perfect progressive, we use ING or present participle, or I call it fifth Amato verb. In present perfect progressive tense, like learning and going. Present perfect progressive positive sentences, formula, subject plus helping. We're helping, we're after World War II form plus rest of the sentence. Examples, you have been learning English In this sentence, use subject or the door. Have helping verb. Being helping verb learning is fifth term of the orb or I-N-G form English rest of the sentence. Other examples, he has been going to the academy. Here we use has instead of have a we'll let you know when do we use have and when do we use has. Third example. She has been cooking the food. I have been playing tennis. Present perfect progressive negative sentences. Formula, subject plus helping were plus helping verb, plus naught plus 15, plus rest of the sentence examples, you have not been learning English In this sentence, use subject have helping work NOT. And being helping verb learning, I-N-G form of the verb or fifth home of the work and English rest of the sentence. Either examples. He has not been going to the academy. She has not been cooking the food. I have not been playing football. You should write at least three to four more sentences in positive, negative, and question. So let us see the questions sentences formula in present perfect progressive. We write helping verb in the beginning, plus subject helping verb plus 15 MAFFT 4B Orangi form plus rest of the sentence and question-mark examples. Have you been learning English In this sentence? Have is helping verb use object being helping work learning is ING form English. Rest of the sentence and question mark. Has he been going to the academy? Has she been cooking the food? Have I been playing tennis? Present perfect progressive helping verbs. We use have been and has been. Now question is that when do we use have been and when do we use has been? If the subject in this sentence is I, you, we, they, plural. Plural means more than two persons or things we use have been. And if the subject is he, she it or singular, singular mis one-percent or renting we use has been. Can wort positive sentences to a negative and question sentences. We have positive or affirmative sentence. He has been playing football. Negative, he has not been playing football. Question, has he been playing football? And their example, we have been playing for a ball. Negative. We have not been playing football. Question, have we been playing football? And other example, I have been playing football. I have not been playing football. Have I been playing football? Contraction? He has been playing football instead of he has we can say He has been playing football. He has not been playing football. Instead of it, we can say he hasn't been playing football. We have been playing football and sort of it, or we can say, we've been playing football. So instead of we have, we can say we have, we have not been blamed for the ball. Instead of We have not. We can say we have went. And instead of I have, we can say I have. So I have been playing for the wall. I can say I've been playing football. I have not been playing football. I can say I went to mean playing football since. And four, we use sins to talk about a point in the past time. Examples, 05:00 PM, Friday third March. I have been teaching since 05:00 PM for is used to talk about a period of time. Examples for this three months, two hours. Lead has been reading for two hours for n since have other meanings to examples. Earth is for all. This bus is for Karachi. Since he didn't work hard, he didn't pass the test. 14. Past Perfect Progressive: Hi and welcome to English grammar tenses course. You will learn past perfect progressive tense in this lecture. When to use past perfect progressive formula structure, how to make past progressive positive sentences plus examples, negative sentences, formula, question sentences, formula, converting positive sentences too negative and questions sentences, contraction with past perfect, progressive. We're talking about tenses and we're talking about past, specifically about past perfect progressive. So in this diagram, as you can see, past perfect progressive is an action which happened before, an action which also happened in the past. We use past perfect progressive for two actions in the past. And it is used to clear that one action happened before another in the past. It is like past perfect, but it expresses longer action in the past before and a direction in the past. Examples I met had been swimming for one hour. When I arrived. I met started swimming at 02:00 PM. I arrived at 3PM. When I arrived, I met, had been swimming for an hour. Osman was tired. He had been working for six hours. They were angry. They had been waiting for three hours. Now the question is that which form of the word do we use in past perfect progressive? We use ING form or fifth home in distance, which is learning and going. Past perfect progressive positive sentences. Formula, subject plus helping, we're helping, we're plus 50 ohm off the work or energy from off the work, plus the rest of the sentence examples, you had been learning English In this sentence you is subject or doer. The person who is doing the work or performing the action had is helping work being done under helping work learning, which is I-N-G form of Learn English. Rest of the sentence. Are there examples? He had been going to the academy. She had been cooking the food. I had been playing tennis past perfect progressive negative sentences. Formula, subject plus helping. We're helping we're not. Let's 15 off the warp or I-N-G form of the word plus rest of the sentence. Examples. You had not been learning English In this sentence you subject had helping, were not. And been helping we're learning as Angie form of Learn English. Rest of the sentence. Are there examples? He had not been going to the academy. She had not been cooking the food. I had not been playing tennis. Past perfect progressive question sentences. Helping Verb plus Subject plus helping were fifth term of the war, boy or I-N-G from off the work. Plus rest of the sentence plus question mark examples. Had you been learning English In this sentence? Had helping verb use object being helping work learning is I-N-G form of Learn English. Rest of the sentence and question mark. Other examples. Had he been going to the academy? Had she been cooking the food? Had I been playing tennis. Helping verbs in past, perfect progressive, we have to helping words. We arrived them together, head plus b. And we use had been with all pronouns, I, you, we, they, plural, he, she it and singular. Converting positive to negative. And a question sentences. He had been playing for the ball. It is a positive sentence, will convert it to a negative sentence. He had not been playing football. We will convert the positive into question. Had he been playing football? And the example we had been playing football. Negative. We had not been playing football. Question, had we been playing football? And other example, I had been playing football. I had not been playing football. Heard I've been playing football. Contraction. He had been playing football. So instead of the head, we can say here, been playing football. He had not been playing football instead of head not we can say hadn't. So we can say he hadn't been playing football. We had been playing football instead of we had we can say weird been playing football. We had not been playing football. Instead of head naught, we can say we hadn't been playing football. I had when playing football, I can say I'd be in playing football. I had not been playing for a ball instead of I had not. I can say I hadn't been playing football. 15. Future Perfect Progressive: Hi and welcome to English grammar tenses course. You will learn future perfect progressive tense in this lecture. When to use future perfect progressive. Formula structure, how to make future perfect progressive positive sentences? Plus examples. Negative sentences, formula, question sentences, formula, converting positive sentences, true negative and questions sentences. Contraction with future perfect progressive. We're talking about tenses and we're talking about future. Specifically about future perfect progressive. We use future perfect progressive for a continuous section that will be completed at some point in the future. Future perfect progressive is like the future perfect, but it expresses longer action. Extending up to some specific time in the future. Detection can start at any time in the past, present, or future, but it ends in the future. Examples will have been swimming for one hour. When I arrive much start swimming at two PM. I will arrive at 3pm. Muhammad will have been swimming for an hour. By the time I meet him. Next week. You will have been studying English for three months. Omar will have been teaching at the Academy for two years. By the time he leaves for stumble. He will be tired when he gets home because he will have been walking for two hours. The question is there, at which form of the word do we use in this tense, we use ING form or present participle, or I call it fifth home afterward, which is learning and going. Future perfect progressive positive sentences, formula, subject plus helping, we're helping, we're plus helping work. Fifth off the work which is ING form plus rest of the sentence examples. You will have been learning English. In this sentence you will subject, we'll helping verb have helping work been helping work learning is angie form of Learn English. Rest of the sentence. Are there examples? He will have been going to the academy. She will have been cooking the food. I will have been playing tennis. Future, perfect progressive negative sentences. Formula, subject plus helping were plus naught plus helping word, helping verb, plus fifth term of the orb or I-N-G form of the word plus rest of the sentence examples, you will not have been learning English In this sentence, use object will help him work not and then have helping were being helping work. Learning is I-N-G form of learn English. Rest of the sentence, are there examples? He would not have been going to the academy. She would not have been cooking the food. I would not have been playing tennis. Future perfect progressive questions, sentences, formula, Helping Verb plus Subject, plus helping. We're blessed helping work plus fifth home after work or I-N-G form plus rest of the sentence plus question mark. Examples. Will you have been learning English In this sentence we'll helping verb, you is subject, have helping verb in helping work learning is I-N-G form of Learn English. Rest of the sentence and question mark. Will he have been going to the Academy? Will she have been cooking the food? Will I have been playing tennis? Future perfect progressive helping verbs. We have three helping verbs, will plus half, plus b, and we use them together with all pronouns. We use oil have been with I, you, we, they, plural. And singular. Can work positive sentences too. Negative and questions sentences. Positive sentence, he will have been playing football, who will convert it to a negative? It will become, it will not have been playing for the ball. And question sentence will be, will he have been playing football? And other example, we will have been playing for a ball. It is a positive sentence. Negative sentence. We would not have been playing. Question sentence. Will we have been playing football? And other example, I will have been playing football. I would not have been playing football. When I have been playing football. Contraction. He will have been playing football, we can say instead of he will Hill have been blamed for the ball. He will not have been playing for the ball. Instead of he will not. We can say He won't have been blamed for the ball. We will have when playing football instead of we will, we can say We'll have been playing football. We will not have been blamed for the wall instead off will not weak and say, we want have been playing football. I will have been playing football. I can say I have been playing football instead of I will, I can say I will, I will not have been blamed for the ball. Instead of I will not take and say, I want have been blamed for the ball. 16. Tenses Summary Recap: Hi and welcome to English grammar tenses scores. You have learned in previous lectures about tenses. The Earth's structures or formulas, or sacrifice or far machine, whatever you call. You have learned positives and tensors formulas, negative sentences, formulas, question sentences, formulas, positive sentences, we call them affirmative sentences and questions sentences, we call them interrogative sentences. And you have seen contraction. You have seen usage of tensors, how to use tense, when to use tens and tens. As you have seen the definition in the previous lecture, tensors a form of a worm that usually shows the past, the present, or the future. It means form of the word is what tells about the tense or the time flow off their sentence that we're talking about prison, or we're talking about past or future tenses. As we have seen that we have past, present, future. You will learn English. It is present. It means that it is something which is happening in the present. Learn is the first form of Tor, which is telling us that this is present and past. You learned English in the sentence we used second form of the verb and the rest of the sentence is same. So the form of the verb is what? Which tells us that turns off, or the time flow of that sentence. Future, you will learn English In this sentence will learn is what. Which is explaining that this sentences about which time it's support, past, present, or future, So it is future. So we'll learn if you have remember the formula, you will immediately know that this is future simple. And let us see the summary of all the tenses that you have learned in the previous lectures. Past simple. Last month I played tennis and Istanbul. In this sentence, plate is what, which is telling us the time flaw of this sentence that we're talking about. Which tense? We're talking about past, present, or future. So here we have played with a second form of the word layer. And it is explaining that we're talking about past simple, if you remember the formula. So you can immediately know the tensor of sentence. And we have present simple, I play tennis every day. A play is telling us that this is present simple because we have learned in the formula on the details. And if you remembered the formula, if somebody's jogging or if you see anything in return, or if you want to talk in this specific tense, you can do it with out any problem and with confidence. Future symbol, I will play tennis tomorrow in the sentence. We'll play is telling us the tens or the time flow of this tense. I'm going to play tennis tomorrow. They have similar meanings, but will is formal form. Past progressive High was playing tennis when you call yesterday was playing US telling us that this is past progressive. If you have to remember the formula so you can easily recognize the tense. And if you want to speak, if you want to write or if somebody's talking to you, you can understand that person if you know the formula. So it means that the formula is the base formula so you can speak, you can write or you can't understand easily the tenses and the time flow off. A sentence or a paragraph. Present progressive, Hi, I'm playing tennis now. I'm playing is telling us that this is present progressive. As we have studied the formula in detail, if you would remember that formula, you can easily recognize that this is present progressive and you can speak confidently in this specific tense if you know the formula. And future progressive, I will be playing tennis tomorrow in the sentence will be playing is telling us that this is future progressive. Past perfect. I had played tennis before I moved to Istanbul. In this sentence, Head played is telling us that this is past perfect and present perfect. I have played tennis and different cities have played is telling us that this is Present, Perfect, future perfect. I will have played tennis for three hours. If I play for another hour, we'll have played. This is telling us that this is future perfect and past perfect progressive. I had been playing tennis for one year before I moved to Istanbul. Had been playing, is telling us that this is past perfect progressive. Present perfect progressive. I have been playing tennis since 2013. Have been playing is telling us that this is present perfect progressive and future perfect progressive. I will have been playing tennis for two hours. By the time you arrive, will have been playing is telling us that this is future perfect progressive. As we have seen in the previous lectures, tenses we have past, present, and future. And the present. We have four tenses. Present simple present progressive, present perfect, present perfect progressive. And in the past we have four tenses. Past simple past progressive, past, perfect, past perfect progressive. And in the future we have future, simple future progressive, future perfect, future perfect progressive. I will appreciate your feedback on my course by writing R reveal. Thank you. 17. The 6 Most Used Tenses: Hi, and welcome to English grammar tenses scores. In this lecture, you will learn the six most to use tensors that are essential for everyday life. If you master them, they will improve your speaking, writing and listening skills and increase your confidence and fluency. Lowell, practice them until you are comfortable with them. For that, we have seen tens and its definition. Tens is a form of a word that usually shows the past and the present or the future. So it means form of the verb, which tells us that we're talking about present, future or past tenses. We have past, present future. And in prison to prison, simple present progressive, present, perfect present, perfect progressive, and past we have past simple past progressive or past, continuous, past, perfect past, perfect progressive. In future we have future, simple future progressive, future perfect, future perfect progressive. Now the question is that the two which tenses are used the most. So the six most used tenses are present simple, present progressive or present continuous, present perfect, past, simple, past progressive, and future simple. And if you ask which tense is the most used, letters present simple. And what are the three most used tenses? Present simple, past simple, and future simple. So let us see the tenses used the most with when exemple, past simple. Last month I played tennis and assemble. Played is telling them this is past simple. And we have studied the formula of past simple in previous lectures and present simple. I play tennis every day. Plea is telling us that this is prison simple, future simple. I will play tennis tomorrow. I am going to play tennis tomorrow. And water are similar. But you will form is formal farm past progressive. I was playing tennis when you called yesterday, was playing is telling us that this is past progressive. We have discussed the formulas of all these tenses in previous lectures and present progressive. I am playing tennis now. It is M playing a which is telling that this is present, permissive, present, perfect. I have lead tennis in different cities have bled is telling us that this is Present. Perfect. And we'll appreciate your feedback on my course by writing a review. Thank you.