TENSES of VERBS - Quia

TENSES of VERBS - Quia

Business Writing Firefly Electric and Lighting Corp. Training and Organizational Development Human Resources Department Module 2 WORKING WITH WORDS Module 2 Lesson 6

Tenses of Verbs The Perfect Tenses Grammar A. B. C.

Tenses of Verbs Simple tenses Continuous/ Progressive tenses Perfect tenses Subject Verb Agreement Voices of Verb (Transitive Verb) Active Voice

Passive Voice TENSES of VERBS TENSES of VERBS Grammar rules details of language syntax. Like spelling issues, grammar violations in a business document can reflect negatively on a professional or a company. Care

should be taken that all business documents are grammatically correct. TENSES of VERBS There are two grammar issues most writers have trouble with - tenses of verb and subject-verb agreement. This part of Module 2 will deal with discussion of tenses of verb.

Modern English has two sets of tenses- the simple tenses and the perfect tenses. Each set has a corresponding continuous or progressive tenses. Simple tenses: Present tense, Past Grammar tense and Future tense Progressive tenses: Present

progressive, Past Progressive and Future Progressive Perfect Tenses: Present Perfect, Past Perfect and Future Perfect The Perfect Tenses The Perfect tenses are grammatical tenses that express action already completed or completely done with

respect to the present or to the past or to the future Present Perfect tense Past Perfect tense Future Perfect tense Module 2 Lesson 6C The Future Perfect Tense

The Future Perfect Tense The Future Perfect Tense Definition: The Future Perfect tense is the tense of the verb that describes an action or an event that will occur in the future and completed before some other actions or event or time. The emphasis is on the action that is completed, not on how long it has taken. The action or event started

before now, is starting now or will start now but will not be completed until sometime in the future. The Future Perfect Tense Format of Future Perfect Tense: will + have + past participle form of the verb. It is used with all subjects whether singular or plural. o I will have done the laundry by 10:30 this morning.

o Before May is over, the papaya will have ripened already. o By 2030, technology will have produced already a genetically modified human embryo. The Future Perfect Tense Conditions in the Use of Future Perfect tense:

completed action before another action in the future. o Carrie will have gotten ready by the time her date arrives. o The farmers will have harvested the rice before the monsoon strikes. o Jessie will have garnered the highest points by the time of the semi finals. The Future Perfect Tense

action that will completed before a specific time in the future. oThe torrential rain will have filled up the lake by tomorrow oThe caterers will have served dinner by 8 oclock. oAll the guests will have eaten by 10 oclock. The Future Perfect Tense

action that will last before a given time in the future (duration) o Before this current school year ends, Coach John will have handled the basketball varsity for ten years. o By 2016, Ronald will have finished his training as a pilot. o Mardy Construction will have completed building their major contracted condominium at the end of this year.

The Future Perfect Tense state that will continue up to sometime in the future o Mr. and Mrs. Rodriguez will have been married for fifty years in June 25. oMy family will have lived in this house for thirty years next year. oAs he contracted chicken pox, Dennis will have been absent from class for

more than 10 days. The Future Perfect Tense action that indicates certainty about the near past. oMy brothers band mates will have arrived already. I can hear the loud throbbing of the electric guitars at this distance. oAngel Locsin will have appeared on stage already. I can hear the fans chanting her name

loudly. oBy this time, your application letter will have reached the agency already. You have sent it three days ago. The Future Perfect Tense Adverb indicators used with Past Perfect tense:

By X (hour, day, month, year) By the time Before Until/till

At X time In X ( hours, months, years) already The Future Perfect Tense . The Future Perfect Tense Write the correct form of the enclosed verb in the Future Perfect tense.

1.Lisa hopes that the dressmaker (finish) _______ her gown by Friday. 2.You can visit Alain tomorrow. The doctor (allow) ________ him visitors by then. 3.If Amy delays in coming home, Anton (eat)_______ her share of the pizza. 4.Gina is so grade conscious, she (take) _______ an exam even though shes sick. The Future Perfect Tense

5. By the time Carlos arrives at 9:30am, Mina (leave)______ for work already. 6. Winnifer (throw)_____away her bouquet to Anita if she has seen her. 7. By next school year, each student (have) ________ a personal computer assigned. 8. Dan (help) ______ you with your project if you have asked him. The Future Perfect Tense

If you got a score of 4 or less in the practice exercises, please review the notes on Future Perfect tense before taking the quiz. Please look over the uploaded Learning about Verbs notes in Quia and check whether there are other facts you need to include in your Cheat Sheet. The Future Perfect Tense

Write the correct form of the enclosed verb in the Future Perfect tense. 1.Lisa hopes that the dressmaker (finish) will have finished her gown by Friday. 2.You can visit Alain tomorrow. The doctor (allow) will have allowed him visitors by then. 3.If Amy delays in coming home, Anton (eat)will have eaten her share of the pizza. 4.Gina is so grade conscious, she (take) will have taken an exam even though shes sick.

The Future Perfect Tense 5. By the time Carlos arrives at 9:30am, Mina (leave) will have left for work already. 6. Winnifer (throw) will have thrown away her bouquet to Anita if she has seen her. 7. By next school year, each student (have) will have had a personal computer assigned. 8. Dan (help) will have helped you with your

project if you have asked him. Module 2, Lesson 6C: The Future Perfect Tense Quiz 1. Please proceed to www. Quia.com/web 2. On the space provided, enter your log in name and your password. 3. Under Quiz, please select Lesson 6C, Quiz 1 4. Follow the instructions in the quiz. 5. Follow these same steps when you go to

succeeding quizzes after every lesson. The Future Perfect Tense End of Module 2, Lesson 6C

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