can anyone snd me table of past tense? 

verb-table

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Simple Future

 

Singular

Plural

First Person

I will do that tomorrow

We will do that tomorrow

Second Person

You will do that tomorrow

You will do that tomorrow

Third Person

He will do that tomorrow

They will do that tomorrow

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Iam sorry,

Simple Past

 

Singular

Plural

First Person

I did that yesterday

We did that yesterday

Second Person

You did that yesterday

You did that yesterday

Third Person

He did that yesterday

They did that yesterday

 

 

To describe regular occurrences/habits in the past

Simple Past

He studied under the great professor Topchi.

He always skipped his swimming lessons.

To describe actions or events in the past

Simple Past

The organisation went bankrupt.

I did not see the movie last evening.

Neil left for London yesterday afternoon.

Past Continuous

 

Singular

Plural

First Person

I was doing it at that time

We were doing it at that time

Second Person

You were doing it at that time

You were doing it at that time

Third Person

He was doing it at that time

They were doing it at that time

 

To describe actions or events going on in the past

Past Continuous

The girls were laughing all the way back home.

I was talking to him about the robbery.

 

 

Past Perfect Simple

 

Singular

Plural

First Person

I had done this before that happened

We had done this before that happened

Second Person

You had done this before that happened

You had done this before that happened

Third Person

He had done this before that happened

They had done this before that happened

 

 

To describe actions or events completed in the recent past

Present Perfect Simple

I have finished the portrait.

He has made sure that no one would suffer in his absence.

They have been friends since high school.

We have gained a moral victory.

To describe an action or an event completed in the past before another action or event in the past

Past Perfect Simple

They had met last on the 2nd of October, 1987.

The boys had left by the time I reached the playground.

Present Perfect Continuous

 

Singular

Plural

First Person

I have been doing it for a long while

We have been doing it for a long while

Second Person

You have been doing it for a long while

You have been doing it for a long while

Third Person

He has been doing it for a long while

They have been doing it for a long while

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