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The Tenses of a verb shows the time of an action or event; as,
1. I am on leave today. (Present)
2. I was on leave tomorrow. (Past)
3. I shall be on leave tomorrow. (Future)
Thus there are three main tenses in English. Now let us deal with these (Active Voice : Indicative Mood) , one by one.
Present Tense

A Verb that refers to the present time is said to be in the Present Tense. lt has four forms :- (A) The Present lndefinite. ---- It is used: (a) To express what is actually taking place at the present moment; as,... Readmore
Past Tense

A verb that refers to the past time is said to be in the past Tense. It has four forms:- (A) The Past indefinite. ---- It is used:- (i) To denote a single act in the Past; as, 1, l killed a snake. 2. She stood first in English... Readmore
Future Tense

A Verb that refers to the future time is said to be in the Future Tense. lt has four forms:- (A) The Future Indefinite. --- lt is used to denote a single act that has still to take place; as, 1. I shall go to Karachi tomorrow. 2. He will take the examination in April, 1976... Readmore
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