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Q: Which of the following is not a verb tense? A. Past participle B. Present perfect C. Past perfect D. Future
A: Answer: C.past perfect and past participle Verb Tense: Time The four past tenses are the simple past ("I went") the past progressive ("I was going") the past perfect ("I had gone") the past perfect progressive ("I had been going") The four [ present tenses are the simple present ("I go") the present progressive ("I am going") the present perfect ("I have gone") the present perfect
progressive ("I have been going") Note that the present perfect and present perfect progressive are a present not past tenses - that idea is that the speaker is currently in the state of having gone or having been going. The four future tenses are the simple future ("I will go") the future progressive ("I will be going") the future perfect ("I will have gone") the future perfect progressive ("I will have been going") Verb Tense: Aspect Verb tenses may also be categorised according to aspect. Aspect refers to the nature of the action described by the verb. There are three aspects: indefinite (or simple), complete (or perfect), continuing (or progressive). The three indefinite tenses, or simple tenses, describe an action but do not state whether the action is finished: the simple past ("I went") the simple present ("I go") the simple future ("I will go") A verb in the indefinite aspect is used when the beginning or ending of an action, an event, or condition is unknown or unimportant to the meaning of the sentence. The indefinite aspect is also used to used to indicate an habitual or repeated action, event, or condition. The three complete tenses, or perfect tenses, describe a finished action: the past perfect ("I had gone") the present perfect ("I have gone") the future perfect ("I will have gone") A verb in the complete aspect indicates that the end of the action, event, or condition is known and the is used to emphasise the fact that the action is complete. ]
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