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past simple


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positive:

subject + past simple (verb +ed)

I ate an apple.

She ate some rice.


negative:

subject + did + not + verb

She didn’t eat anything.

They did not eat breakfast.


question:

(question word +) did + subject + verb?

Did you eat the chocolate?

What did they eat for lunch?

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present simple with ‘be’

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positive:

subject + am / is / are

I am hungry.

She is in a cafe.


negative:

subject + am / is / are + not

I’m not hungry.

She isn’t happy.


question:

(question word +) am / is / are + subject…?

Is he at home?

Why are you hungry?

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present continuous


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positive:

subject + am / is / are + verb-ing

She’s eating toast.

They are eating lunch now.


negative:

subject + am / is / are + not + verb-ing

He isn’t eating.

We are not eating at home.


question:

(question word +) am / is / are + subject + verb-ing?

When are they eating?

Is he eating now?

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present perfect


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positive:

subject + have / has + past participle

I’ve eaten breakfast.

He has eaten lunch.


negative:

subject + have / has + not + past participle

We haven’t eaten yet.

She hasn’t eaten the chocolate.


question:

(question word +) have / has + subject + past participle?

What have you eaten today?

Has she eaten lunch?

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present perfect continuous


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positive:

subject + have / has + been + verb-ing

I’ve been eating.

She’s been eating biscuits all day.


negative:

subject + have / has + not + been + verb-ing

They haven’t been eating.

He has not been eating toast.


question:

(question word +) have / has + subject + been + verb-ing?

What has she been eating?

Have they been eating breakfast?

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past simple with ‘be’


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positive:

subject + was / were

I was hungry.

They were in a restaurant.


negative:

subject + was / were + not

We weren’t hungry.

She wasn’t at home.


question:

(question word +) was / were + subject…?

Why was she hungry?

Were you hungry?

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past continuous


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positive:

subject + was / were + verb-ing

I was eating.

They were eating lunch.


negative:

subject + was / were + not + verb-ing

You weren’t eating.

She wasn’t eating a sandwich.


question:

(question word +) was / were + subject + verb-ing?

Where were you eating?

Was she eating an apple?

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past perfect


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positive:

subject + had + past participle

I had eaten.

She’d eaten lunch.


negative:

subject + had + not + past participle

We hadn’t eaten.

He had not eaten an apple.


question:

(question word +) had + subject + past participle

Why had you eaten?

Had they eaten fish before?

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past perfect continuous


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positive:

subject + had + been + verb-ing

I had been eating chocolate all day.

She’d been eating breakfast.


negative:

subject + had + not + been + verb-ing

I hadn’t been eating.

She hadn’t been eating an apple.


question:

(question word +) had + subject + been + verb-ing?

Why had he been eating?

Had they been eating enough fruit?

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future simple


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positive:

subject + will + verb

I will eat later.

She will eat at home.


negative:

subject + will + not + verb

We won’t eat anything tonight.

He will not eat fish.


question:

(question word +) will + subject + verb?

What will you eat for lunch?

Will she eat meat?

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future continuous

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positive:

subject + will + be + verb-ing

I will be eating at 8pm.

She will be eating a sandwich.


negative:

subject + will + not + be + verb-ing

They won’t be eating.

He will not be eating anything.


question:

(question word +) will + subject + be + verb-ing?

What will you be eating?

Will they be eating at 6pm?

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future perfect


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positive:

subject + will + have + past participle

I will have eaten lunch by 3 o’clock.

She’ll have eaten all the chocolate.


negative:

subject + will + not + have + past participle

He won’t have eaten lunch yet.

They will not have eaten their sandwiches.


question:

(question word +) will + subject + have + past participle?

When will you have eaten?

Will she have eaten dinner by nine?

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Q:

past simple


A:

positive:

subject + past simple (verb +ed)

I ate an apple.

She ate some rice.


negative:

subject + did + not + verb

She didn’t eat anything.

They did not eat breakfast.


question:

(question word +) did + subject + verb?

Did you eat the chocolate?

What did they eat for lunch?

Q:

present simple with ‘be’

A:

positive:

subject + am / is / are

I am hungry.

She is in a cafe.


negative:

subject + am / is / are + not

I’m not hungry.

She isn’t happy.


question:

(question word +) am / is / are + subject…?

Is he at home?

Why are you hungry?

Q:

present continuous


A:

positive:

subject + am / is / are + verb-ing

She’s eating toast.

They are eating lunch now.


negative:

subject + am / is / are + not + verb-ing

He isn’t eating.

We are not eating at home.


question:

(question word +) am / is / are + subject + verb-ing?

When are they eating?

Is he eating now?

Q:

present perfect


A:

positive:

subject + have / has + past participle

I’ve eaten breakfast.

He has eaten lunch.


negative:

subject + have / has + not + past participle

We haven’t eaten yet.

She hasn’t eaten the chocolate.


question:

(question word +) have / has + subject + past participle?

What have you eaten today?

Has she eaten lunch?

Q:

present perfect continuous


A:

positive:

subject + have / has + been + verb-ing

I’ve been eating.

She’s been eating biscuits all day.


negative:

subject + have / has + not + been + verb-ing

They haven’t been eating.

He has not been eating toast.


question:

(question word +) have / has + subject + been + verb-ing?

What has she been eating?

Have they been eating breakfast?

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Q:

past simple with ‘be’


A:

positive:

subject + was / were

I was hungry.

They were in a restaurant.


negative:

subject + was / were + not

We weren’t hungry.

She wasn’t at home.


question:

(question word +) was / were + subject…?

Why was she hungry?

Were you hungry?

Q:

past continuous


A:

positive:

subject + was / were + verb-ing

I was eating.

They were eating lunch.


negative:

subject + was / were + not + verb-ing

You weren’t eating.

She wasn’t eating a sandwich.


question:

(question word +) was / were + subject + verb-ing?

Where were you eating?

Was she eating an apple?

Q:

past perfect


A:

positive:

subject + had + past participle

I had eaten.

She’d eaten lunch.


negative:

subject + had + not + past participle

We hadn’t eaten.

He had not eaten an apple.


question:

(question word +) had + subject + past participle

Why had you eaten?

Had they eaten fish before?

Q:

past perfect continuous


A:

positive:

subject + had + been + verb-ing

I had been eating chocolate all day.

She’d been eating breakfast.


negative:

subject + had + not + been + verb-ing

I hadn’t been eating.

She hadn’t been eating an apple.


question:

(question word +) had + subject + been + verb-ing?

Why had he been eating?

Had they been eating enough fruit?

Q:

future simple


A:

positive:

subject + will + verb

I will eat later.

She will eat at home.


negative:

subject + will + not + verb

We won’t eat anything tonight.

He will not eat fish.


question:

(question word +) will + subject + verb?

What will you eat for lunch?

Will she eat meat?

Q:

future continuous

A:

positive:

subject + will + be + verb-ing

I will be eating at 8pm.

She will be eating a sandwich.


negative:

subject + will + not + be + verb-ing

They won’t be eating.

He will not be eating anything.


question:

(question word +) will + subject + be + verb-ing?

What will you be eating?

Will they be eating at 6pm?

Q:

future perfect


A:

positive:

subject + will + have + past participle

I will have eaten lunch by 3 o’clock.

She’ll have eaten all the chocolate.


negative:

subject + will + not + have + past participle

He won’t have eaten lunch yet.

They will not have eaten their sandwiches.


question:

(question word +) will + subject + have + past participle?

When will you have eaten?

Will she have eaten dinner by nine?

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