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Subject (+) I, you, they, we He, she, it I, you, they, we He, she, it Do Does

Auxiliary verb

Infinitive verb

Compliment coffee. coffee. coffee. coffee. coffee? coffee?

like likes do not (dont) does not (doesnt) I, you, they, we He, she, it like like like like

Present simple

(-)

(?)

Subject (+) I, you, we they

Auxiliary verb

Verb past participle

compliment the house.

Present perfect

She, he, it (-) I, you, we they She, he, it Have Has

have (Ive, youve, weve, theyve) has (hes, shes, its) have not (havent) has not (hasnt) I, you, we they She, he, it

seen

seen seen seen seen seen

the house. the house. the house. the house? the house?

(?)

He's or he's??? Be careful! The 's contraction is used for the auxiliary verbs have and be. For example, "It's eaten" can mean:

It has eaten. [present perfect tense, active voice] It is eaten. [present tense, passive voice]

It is usually clear from the context.

Subject

Present progressive/continuous

(+)

I, you, we, they He, she, it I, you, we, they He, she, it Am, are Is

Verbo to be Am, are is Am, are not (arent) Is not (isnt) I, you, we, they He, she, it

Verb+ing playing playing playing playing playing playing

Compliment.

soccer. soccer. soccer. soccer. soccer? soccer?

(-)

(?)

Subject

Verb in past

Compliment.

(+)

I, you, we, they He, she, it

played Played play Play

Soccer. Soccer. Soccer. Soccer. Soccer? Soccer?

Pasado simple

(-)

I, you, we, Did not (didnt) they He, she, it Did not (didnt) Did Did

(?)

I, you, we, Play they He, she, it play

Subject

Verb in past

Compliment.

(+) Pasado perfecto

I, you, we, had they He, she, it had

played studied played studied

Soccer. english. Soccer. english. Soccer? english?

(-)

I, you, we, had not (hadnt) they He, she, it had not (hadnt) Had Had

(?)

I, you, we, Played they He, she, it studied

Subject

Verb t be in past

Verb+ing

Compliment.

(+) Pasado continuo

I, he, she, it you, we, they

was were was not (wasnt) were not (werent) I, she, he, it we, they, you

playing studying Playing Studying Playing studying

Soccer. english. Soccer. english. Soccer? english?

(-)

I, he, she, it you, we, they Was Were

(?)

Subject

Verb + ing

Compliment.

(+)

I, he, she, Had been it, you, we, they

playing

Soccer.

Pasado perfecto continuo

(-)

I, he, she, Had not been Playing it, you, we, they

Soccer.

(?)

Had

I, she, he, it, we, they, you

been playing

Soccer?

Subject

Will

Verb infiitive

Compliment .

(+) Simple future (FORM WILL)

I, he, she, it, you, we, they I, he, she, it, you, we, they Will

Will

play

Soccer.

(-)

Will not

Play

Soccer.

(?)

Play I, she, he, it, we, they, you

Soccer?

Subject

Verb to be

Going to

Compliment.

Simple future (FORM GOING TO)

(+)

Am, are I, you, we, they he, she, it is

Going to Going to

play soccer. Play soccer. play soccer. Play soccer. play soccer? Play soccer?

(-)

Am, are not Going to I, you, we, they Going to he, she, it Is not Am , are Is Going to I, we, they, you Going to she, he, it,

(?)

Subject

Will be

Verb+ing

Future continuous (FORM WILL)

(+)

Will be I, you, we, they, he, she, it Will not be I, you, we, they, he, she, it Will

Compliment .

playing

soccer.

(-)

playing

soccer.

(?)

Be playing I, we, they, you, she, he, it,

soccer?

Subject

Verb to be

Going to be

Verb+ing compliment

(+) Future continuous (FORM GOING TO)

Am, are I, you, we, they, he, she, it is

Going to be Going to be

(-)

Am, are not Going to be I, you, we, they, Going to be he, she, it Am, are Is Going to be I, we, they, you, he, she, it Going to be

(?)

playing soccer. playing soccer. playing soccer. Playing soccer. playing soccer? Playing soccer?

Subject

WILL HAVE

Verb past

compliment

(+) Future perfect (FORM WLL)

Will have I, you, we, they, he, she, it Will have I, you, we, they, not he, she, it Will

played

Soccer.

(-)

played

soccer.

(?)

Have played soccer? I, we, they, you, he, she, it

Subject

Verbo to be

Going to have

Gerundio en pasado + complemento

(+) Future perfect (FORM GOING TO)

Am, are I, you, we, they, he, she, it is

(-)

(?)

Going to have Going to have Am, are not Going to I, you, have we, they, Going to he, she, it Is not have Am are Going to I, we, they, you, have Is he, she, it Going to have

played Soccer. played Soccer. played soccer. played Soccer. played soccer? played Soccer?

Subject

Will have been

Verb+ing

compliment

(+) Future perfect continuous (FORM WILL)

Will have I, you, we, they, been he, she, it Will have I, you, we, they, not been he, she, it Will

playing

Soccer.

(-)

playing

soccer.

(?)

Have been I, we, they, you, playing he, she, it

soccer?

Subject

Verbo to be

Going to + have been

compliment

(+) Future perfect continuous (FORM GOING TO)

Am, are I, you, we, they, he, she, it is

(-)

(?)

Going to have been Going to have been Am, are not Going to I, you, have been we, they, Going to he, she, it Is not have been Am are Going to I, we, they, you, have been Is he, she, it Going to have been

playing Soccer. playing Soccer. playing soccer. playing Soccer. playing soccer? playing Soccer?

Subject

Have been

Verb+ing

compliment

Presesnt perfect continuous

(+)

Have been I, you, we, they he, she, it Has been I, you, we, they Have not been

playing playing playing

soccer. soccer. soccer.

(-)

(?)

he, she, it Has not been Have I, we, they, you Has she, he, it,

playing been playing been playing

soccer. soccer? soccer?

Subject

Verbo pasado y pronombre personal

Would (futuro)

Verbo infinitivo + compemento

(+) Futuro en el pasado

Knew you I, you, we, they, he, she, it Knew you I, you, we, they, he, she, it

would

Play soccer.

(-)

Would not

play soccer.

Used to(solia hacer)(pasado)

(+)

Used to I, you, we, they he, she, it Used to

play play

soccer. soccer.

(?)

Did Did

Play I, we, they, you play she, he, it,

soccer? soccer?

Hipervinculos de verbos http://www.lingua2.eu/a/index.php?title=Verbos_en_ingles:_irregulares,regulares.Explicacion_tiempos http://natalie-flordeloto.blogspot.com/2010/05/verbos-en-ingles.html http://www.ompersonal.com.ar/omverbs/regularverbs.htm Hipervinculo de verb tense http://www.englishpage.com/verbpage/verbtenseintro.html

Aprendiendo la gramatica del ingles se inicia con los tiempos gramaticales 1) Presente 2) Pasado 3) Futuro Cada una de estas se dividen en cuatro: Simple Perfecto Progresivo o continuo Perfecto continuo

En el presente simple la oracin debeN llevar EL SIGIUENTE ORDEN un pronombre o sujeto, verbo auxiliar, el verbo en presente y el complemento de la oracin.

Algo que identifica al presente simple es que los pronombres de tercera persona como he she it, los verbos deben llevar una s o es en las frases afirmativas y para los demas pronombres en afirmativo el verbo se encuentra en presente. Un ejemplo de una oracin affirmativa es: I like coffee. You like to play soccer. She goes to school on Monday. Para las oraciones negativas del presente simple se debe utilizar el verbo auxiliar DOES NOT para las terceras personas y DO NOT para los demas pronombres. Un ejemplo es I dont like coffee. You dont like to play soccer. She doesnt go to school on Monday. Para realizar preguntas se debe iniciar con el verbo auxiliary luego el pronombre , el verbo en presente y el complemennto de la oracin, un ejemplo de este es Do you like coffee? And Does she go to school en Monday?. Algunas preguntas pueden iniciar con WH y siguen con el verbo auxiliar, un pronombre, luego el verbo en presente y el commplemento. Un ejemplo es What do you like to do?