All-tenses table (pade é)

Note about all-tenses table (page 2)

In All-Tenses Table (page 2), you will learn how to form the past continuous, present perfect simple, and present perfect continuous, in addition to their uses and the signal words associated with them.

Past Continuous/ Progressive subject+was/were +verb-ing – I/He/She/It was working/ writing
– We/You/They were working/ writing
 – I/He/She/It wasn’t (=was not) working/ writing   
 – We/You/They weren’t (=were not) working/ writing
Was I/he/she/it working /writing? — Were we/you/ they working/
– while+time expression (yesterday‚last Friday …etc)+hour (5:00‚7:30‚12:15…etc)– continuous/long action that took place at a point of time in the past
– two actions that were taking place at the same time in the past  
Present Perfect Simple    subject+have/has+past participle– I/You/We/they have worked /written
– He/She/It has worked/written
– I/You/We/They haven’t (=have not) worked/ written              He/She/It  hasn’t  (=has notworked/ writtenHave I/you/we/ they worked/written?
Has he/she/it worked /written?
– just
– already
– never
– ever
– so far
– since
– for
– recently
– up to now
– lately
– how long
– something happened/finished in the past but has an effect in the present
– the action started the in the past but continues up to the present
– repeated actions that started in the past but have not finished  yet
– action whose time is not definite
Present Perfect Continuous Subject+have/has been +verb-ing– I/You/We/They have been  working/writing
– He/She/It has been working/ writing
– I/You/We/They haven’t been working/writing
– He/She/It hasn’t been working/ writing
Have I/you/we/ they been working/writing? — Has he/she/it been working/ writing?– how long -lately
– recently
– since
– for
– an action that began in the past and has and has just stopped
– length of time of an action. i.e. how long the action has been happening

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