1-1 Present Simple: He/She/It + Verb(s)
Affirmative : He/she/it eats food .
Negative: we don’t have classes on Sundays.
Interrogative: Do you speak English ?/ where does he live?
1-2 Present Continuous/Progressive: Am/is/Are + Vebr(ing)
Affirmative: I am studying English now.
Negative: They are not having dinner at this time.
Interrogative: Are they studying English or French?
1-3 Present Perfect: Has/Have + Past Participle
Affirmative: She has already eaten her dinner.
Negative: It Hasn’t/has not rained yet.
Interrogative: Have you finished your exercise?
1-4 Perfect Continuous Has/have + Been + Verb(ing)
Affirmative: It has been raining all day long
Negative: He hasn’t been feeling very well lately.
Interrogative: For how long has she been living here?
2-1 Past Simple: Regular verbs: Verb+ed / Irregular verbs (No rule)
Affirmative: We prayed at home last day.
Negative: We did not/didn’t pray at home last day.
Interrogative: Did you finish your homework? / where did he go yesterday?
2-2 Past Continuous/ progressive: Was/Were + Verb(ing)
Affirmative: I was doing my homework at that time yesterday
Negative: They were not jogging when the accident happened
Interrogative: Was she studying last night at 6h00? What were they doing yesterday at 21h00?
2-3 Past Perfect: Had + Past participle
Affirmative: They had stopped here before they continued their journey
Negative: he wished he hadn’t been there
Interrogative: Had you been there?
2-4 Past Perfect Continuous: Had been + Verb(ing)
Affirmative: I had been working at the company for five years when I got the promotion.
Negative: She hadn’t been sleeping
Interrogative: Had you been waiting long before the taxi arrived?
3-1 Future Simple Will/Shall + Infinitive
Affirmative: She will/shall visit her aunt next week.
Negative: They will/shall not have dinner at home.
Interrogative: where will/shall they have dinner?
3-2 Future Continuous Will Be + Verb (Ing)
Affirmative: I will be studying English tomorrow at 10h30.
Negative: We will not be watching a movie at that time the next day.
Interrogative: what will you be doing the following day at 16h43.
3-3 Future Perfect: Will Have + Past Participle
Affirmative: He will have memorized The Quran by 2030.
Negative: They will not have finished building that factory by next summer.
Interrogative: Will he have memorized The Quran by 2030?
3-4 Future Perfect Continuous: will + have + been + Verb(ing)
Affirmative: In November, I will have been working for eighteen years.