Saturday, June 7, 2014

English Language Proficiency I (WAJ3022) Topic 2-Tenses


















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  1. Dear students,
    After reading the input given above, this is the task that you have to do:
    Form sentences to show the differences for all the types of tenses
    For example:

    Amri goes to school every morning. (Simple Present Tense)
    Amri went to post office yesterday. (Simple Past Tense)
    Amri will go to New York next week. (Simple Future Tense)

    I have completed the assignment just now. (Present Perfect Tense)
    I had completed the task last month. (Past Perfect Tense)
    I will have completed the project at this time by next year. (Future Perfect Tense)

    Sally is watching Korean drama now. (Present Continuous Tense)
    Sally was listening to k-pop songs at 4 o'clock yesterday. (Past Continuous Tense)
    Sally will be presenting her paper in a seminar in July. (Future Continuous Tense)

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    1. She walks to school every morning. (Simple present tense)
      She went to the library just now. (Simple past tense)
      She will travel to Paris next week. (Simple future tense)

      I have done my corrections just now. (Present perfect tense)
      I had made an appointment last week. (Past perfect tense)
      I will have completed my project at this time by next month. (Future perfect tense)

      He is playing the piano now. (Present continuous tense)
      He was answering the test paper at 8 a.m. yesterday. (Past continuous tense)
      He will be sitting for an examination next Monday. (Future continuous tense)

      By Liew Sing Yee

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  2. Simple Present Tense
    • I take the train to the office every day.
    Simple Past Tense
    • I took the train to the office last Friday.
    Simple Future Tense
    • I will take the train to Pahang next week.

    Present Perfect Tense
    • John has left for home to study at IPG Kampus Tun Hussein Onn, Batu Pahat, Johor.
    Past Perfect Tense
    • John had leaves home to study at IPG Kampus Tun Hussein Onn, Batu Pahat, Johor last month.
    Future Perfect Tense
    • John will have leaves home to study at IPG Kampus Tun Hussein Onn, Batu Pahat, Johor by next year.

    Present Continuous Tense
    • Mary is washing her clothes now.
    Past Continuous Tense
    • While Mary was washing her clothes last night, someone stole her laptop.
    Future Continuous Tense
    • Mary will be washing her clothes at midnight.

    By : Mary Sek Jing Wen
    PISMP BC SK AMBILAN JUN 2014

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    1. Simple Present Tense: 1
      Simple Past Tense: 1
      Simple Future Tense: 1

      Present Perfect Tense: 1
      Past Perfect Tense: 0: had left
      Future Perfect Tense: 0: will have leave

      Present Continuous Tense: 1
      Past Continuous Tense: 1
      Future Continuous Tense: 1


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  3. Simple present tense : He ate a mango yesterday.
    Simple past tense : He eat a mango.
    Simple future tense: I will buy a computer tomorrow.

    Present perfect tense : I have finished my work.
    Past perfect tense : I had finished my work last year.
    Future perfect tense : I will have finished my work before 1 o'clock.

    Present continuous tense : She is crying there.
    Past continuous tense : She was crying yesterday.
    Future continuous tense : They will be climbing on a hill tomorrow.

    Present perfect continuous tense : I have been waiting for him since 3 o'clock.
    Past perfect continuous tense : I had been waiting for him for one hour.
    Future perfect continuous tense : He will have been playing football since 2010.

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    1. Simple Present Tense: 0: He eats a mango.
      Simple Past Tense: 0: He ate a mango.
      Simple Future Tense: 1

      Present Perfect Tense: 1
      Past Perfect Tense: 1
      Future Perfect Tense: 1

      Present Continuous Tense: 1
      Past Continuous Tense: 1
      Future Continuous Tense: 1

      Present perfect continuous tense : 1
      Past perfect continuous tense : 1
      Future perfect continuous tense : 0

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  4. Simple present tense : Ali attends to the BIG programme.
    Simple past tense : Ali attended the BIG programme last semester.
    Simple future tense: Ali will attend the BIG programme next week.

    Present perfect tense: Abu has sent our his e-mail.
    Past perfect tense: Abu had sent out the mail a few hours ago.
    Future perfect tense: They will have discussed their assignment before the lesson finished.

    Present continuous tense: My mum is washing the plates in the kitchen
    Past perfect tense: My mum was cleaning the room 2 days ago.
    Future prefect tense: My mum will be dancing on the stage tomorrow.

    Present perfect continuous: She has been feeding her cat 2 hours ago.
    Past prefect continuous tense: She had been feeding her cat for 30 minutes.
    Future perfect continuous tense: Poland will have been joining the group since he enroll in the course.

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    1. Simple Present Tense: 1
      Simple Past Tense: 1
      Simple Future Tense: 1

      Present Perfect Tense: 0: us
      Past Perfect Tense: 1
      Future Perfect Tense: 1

      Present Continuous Tense: 1
      Past Continuous Tense: 1
      Future Continuous Tense: 0

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  5. - Simple present tense
    I eat  my breakfast daily.
    - Simple past tense
    I ate my breakfast this morning.
    - Simple future tense
    I shall eat my breakfast later.

    - Present perfect tense
    Sally has gone to library last week.
    - Past perfect tense
    Sally had  gone to library last week.
    - Future perfect tense
    Sally will have gone to library on this coming weekend.

    - Present continuous tense
    John is having fun with his daughter now.
    - Present continuous tense
    John was having fun with his daughter just now.
    - Future continuous tense
    John will be having fun with his daughter later.

    - Present perfect continuous tense
    They have been gathering at here since this afternoon.
    - Past perfect tense
    They had been gathering at here since this afternoon.
    - Future perfect continuous tense
    They will have been gathering at here since this afternoon.

    By Wang Tik Wei

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    1. Simple Present Tense: 1
      Simple Past Tense: 1
      Simple Future Tense: 1

      Present Perfect Tense: 0
      Past Perfect Tense: 1
      Future Perfect Tense: 1

      Present Continuous Tense: 1
      Past Continuous Tense: 1
      Future Continuous Tense: 1

      Present Perfect Continuous: 0: here
      Past Perfect Continuous: 0: here
      Future Perfect Continuous: 0: here

      * Use different time frame to differentiate the different tenses.

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  6. -Simple Present Tense:
    Muslim pray everyday, not just Friday.
    -Simple Past Tense:
    Ahmad enjoyed his birthday's party yesterday.
    -Simple Future Tense:
    I will finish my homework by next Wednesday.

    -Present Prefect Tense:
    Ivan has won in the basketball's competition just now.
    -Past Prefect Tense:
    Peter had eaten his lunch before he went to the meeting.
    -Future Prefect Tense:
    I will have won this badminton's tournament by next year.

    -Present Continuous Tense:
    Lina Tang is swimming in the pool now.
    -Past Continuous Tense:
    Souk Nee was swimming last week.
    -Future Continuous Tense:
    Madam Lim will be teaching new topics in the class tomorrow.

    -Present Prefect Continuous Tense:
    She has been teaching at SMK Pulau Sebang since year 2008.
    -Past Prefect Continuous Tense:
    Wan Yii had been playing basketball.
    - Futurw Prefect Continuous Tense:
    I will have been cooking at here tomorrow.

    By:Han You Yin

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    1. Simple Present Tense: 0: Muslims pray every day, ...
      Simple Past Tense: 1
      Simple Future Tense: 1

      Present Perfect Tense: 1
      Past Perfect Tense: 1
      Future Perfect Tense: 1

      Present Perfect Continuous Tense: 1
      Past Perfect Continuous Tense: 0: Time frame?
      Future Perfect Continuous Tense: 0: here

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    2. Simple Present Tense: Muslims pray everyday, not just Friday.
      Past Perfect Continuous Tense: Wan Yii had been playing basketball for two hours.
      Future Perfect Continuous Tense:I will have been cooking at KL tomorrow morning.

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  7. Present perfect continuous tense:
    • I have been eating apples today.
    Past perfect continuous tense:
    • The baby had been crying out loud for minutes when her mother fed her.
    Future perfect continuous tense:
    • Next Saturday, I will have been working on this assignment for three years.

    By : Mary Sek Jing Wen

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    1. Present Perfect Continuous Tense: 1
      Past Perfect Continuous Tense: 1
      Future Perfect Continuous Tense: 0: By next Saturday, ...

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  8. Simple present tense
    • I see Lina at work.
    Simple past tense
    • I saw Lina last Sunday.
    Simple future tense
    • I will see Lina at the party this evening.

    Present perfect tense
    • Ahmad has finished his homework .
    Past perfect tense
    • Ahmad had finished his homework before I saw him.
    Future perfect tense
    • Ahmad will have finished his homework before next Tuesday.

    Present continuous tense
    • They are reading their books in school library.
    Past continuous tense
    • They were washing their clothes last night.
    Future continuous tense
    • They will be leaving here on next Monday.

    Present perfect continuous tense
    • He has been watering the plants in the garden for two hours.
    Past prefect continuous tense
    • He had been working in this company since 2005.
    Future perfect continuous tense
    • He will have been playing football since 2016.

    By ONG SIM YING

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    1. Simple Present Tense: 1
      Simple Past Tense: 1
      Simple Future Tense: 1

      Present Perfect Tense: 1
      Past Perfect Tense: 1
      Future Perfect Tense: 1

      Present Continuous Tense: 1
      Past Continuous Tense: 1
      Future Continuous Tense: 1

      Present Perfect Continuous: 1
      Past Perfect Continuous: 0: Wrong time frame
      Future Perfect Continuous: 0: Wrong time frame

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  9. He plays football in the field. (Simple present tense)
    He played football in the field. (Simple past tense)
    He is playing football in the field. (Simple future tense)

    I have bought a camera just now. (Present perfect tense)
    I had bought a camera last Friday. Past perfect tense
    I will have bought a camera by next month. (Future perfect tense)

    Yinyin is travelling to Taiwan. (Present continuous tense)
    Yinyin was travelling to Taiwan last week. (Past continuous tense)
    Yinyin will be travelling to Taiwan after graduating from UUM. (Future continuous tense)

    I have been visited my cousin in Sarawak. (Present perfect continuous tense)
    I had been visited my cousin in England. (Past perfect continuous tense)
    I will have been visited my cousin in England by next year. (Future perfect continuous tense)

    BY: CHAN SOK WEE

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    1. Simple Present Tense: 1
      Simple Past Tense: 0: Time frame?
      Simple Future Tense: 0: Wrong tense

      Present Perfect Tense: 1
      Past Perfect Tense: 1
      Future Perfect Tense: 1

      Present Continuous Tense: 1
      Past Continuous Tense: 1
      Future Continuous Tense: 1

      Present Perfect Continuous: 0: Wrong verb
      Past Perfect Continuous: 0: Wrong verb
      Future Perfect Continuous: 0: Wrong verb

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  10. Sally goes to park every evening. ( simple present tense)
    Sally ate an apple. (simple past tense)
    Sally will go to Michelle’s party next week. (simple future tense)

    I have done my homework just now. (present perfect tense)
    I had designed the project last week. (past perfect tense)
    I will have perfected my English by the time I come back from the U.S. (future perfect tense)

    Joey is doing her task now. (present continuous tense)
    Joey was jogging around the park yesterday. (past continuous tense)
    Joey will be cleaning her room next week. (future continuous tense)

    BY:Wong Souk Nee

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    1. Simple Present Tense: 1
      Simple Past Tense: 1
      Simple Future Tense: 1

      Present Perfect Tense: 1
      Past Perfect Tense: 1
      Future Perfect Tense: 1

      Present Continuous Tense: 1
      Past Continuous Tense: 1
      Future Continuous Tense: 1

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  11. I cook breakfast for my hubby everyday . (Simple Present Tense)
    She cooked some potatoes just now. (Simple Past Tense)
    My father will cook some porridge later. (Simple Future Tense)

    He has bought some snacks . (Present Perfect Tense)
    We had bought some drinks yesterday. (Past Perfect Tense)
    I will have bought some balls for my kids. (Future Perfect Tense)

    Those youngsters are bullying the old man. (Present Continuous Tense)
    I was jogging last week. (Past Continuous Tense)
    My grandparents will be celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary tonight. (Future Continuous Tense)

    Present perfect continuous tense : I have been driving for five hours.
    Past perfect continuous tense : She had been crying for one day.
    Future perfect continuous tense : I wil have been dancing with her next month.

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    1. Simple Present Tense: 0, every day
      Simple Past Tense: 1
      Simple Future Tense: 1

      Present Perfect Tense: 1
      Past Perfect Tense: 1
      Future Perfect Tense: 1

      Present Continuous Tense: 1
      Past Continuous Tense: 1
      Future Continuous Tense: 1

      Present Perfect Continuous: 1
      Past Perfect Continuous: 1
      Future Perfect Continuous: 0 in the evening by next month

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  12. Simple Present Tense:
    Anthony plays badminton in the court every evening.
    Simple Past Tense:
    The students played tennis last Friday.
    Simple Future Tense:
    They will play basketball next Saturday.
    Present Perfect Tense:
    I have travelled by train to Perth just now.
    Past Perfect Tense:
    I had travelled by plane to Hokkaido last month.
    Future Perfect Tense:
    I will have travelled to Australia by next year.
    Present Continuous Tense:
    Silvia is listening classic music in her room now.
    Past Continuous Tense:
    Silvia was listening jazz song with her friends yesterday.
    Future Continuous Tense:
    Silvia will be watching World Cup at midnight.

    By: KE Q!N LIM

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    1. Simple Present Tense: 1
      Simple Past Tense: 1
      Simple Future Tense: 1

      Present Perfect Tense: 1
      Past Perfect Tense: 1
      Future Perfect Tense: 1

      Present Continuous Tense: 1
      Past Continuous Tense: 0, was listening to
      Future Continuous Tense: 1

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  13. You have been waiting here for few hours. (present perfect continuous tense)
    I had been playing the videos game over the internet. (past perfect continuous tense)
    I will have been jogging with her tomorrow. (future perfect continuous tense)
    By: Wong Souk Nee

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    1. Present Perfect Continuous: 1
      Past Perfect Continuous: 0, the Internet
      Future Perfect Continuous: 0, by five o'clock tomorrow

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  14. Mandy eats porridge every day. (Simple Present Tense)
    Mandy ate a bowl of porridge just now. (Simple Past Tense)
    Mandy will eat porridge later. (Simple Future Tense)

    I have lived here for two months. (Present Perfect Tense)
    I had lived here last two month. (Past Perfect Tense)
    I will have lived here by next month. (Future Perfect Tense)

    She is going to school now. (Present Continuous Tense)
    Aini was going to beach at 10 o'clock yesterday. (Past Continuous Tense)
    Lily will be going to Pulau Redang with her friends in Jun. (Future Continuous Tense)

    Benjamin has been working at this company since year 2010. (Present Prefect Continuous Tense)
    Benjamin had been watching this tv programme for 2 weeks. (Past Prefect Continuous Tense)
    Benjamin will have been watching movie with me tomorrow. (Future Prefect Continuous Tense)

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    1. Simple Present Tense: 1
      Simple Past Tense: 1
      Simple Future Tense: 1

      Present Perfect Tense: 1
      Past Perfect Tense: 0, last two months
      Future Perfect Tense: 1

      Present Continuous Tense: 1
      Past Continuous Tense: 1
      Future Continuous Tense: 0, June

      Present Perfect Continuous: 1
      Past Perfect Continuous: 0, television
      Future Perfect Continuous: 0, at 3 o'clock tomorrow

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  15. Simple Present Tense : He sings my favourite songs.
    Simple Past Tense : He washed the plates in the kitchen just now.
    Simple Future Tense : He will watch the Korean drama later.

    Present Perfect Tense : Coreen has gave out all the flyers.
    Past Perfect Tense : Coreen had gave out all the flyers before i saw her.
    Future Perfect Tense : Coreen will have completed all her assignments by this month.

    Present Continuous Tense : Venice is singing now.
    Past Continuous Tense : Venice was singing just now.
    Future Continuous Tense : Venice will be dating with his boyfriend later.

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    1. Simple Present Tense: 1
      Simple Past Tense: 1
      Simple Future Tense: 1

      Present Perfect Tense: has given out
      Past Perfect Tense: 0, had given out
      Future Perfect Tense: 1

      Present Continuous Tense: 1
      Past Continuous Tense: 1
      Future Continuous Tense: 0, her boyfriend

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  16. He plays tennis every evening. (Simple Present Tense)
    He played tennis yesterday. (Simple Past Tense)
    He will play tennis tomorrow. (Simple Future Tense)

    Alice has seen that movie many times. (Present Perfect Tense)
    Alice had seen that movie last week. (Past Perfect Tense)
    Alice will have seen that movie by next Monday. (Future Perfect Tense)

    She is eating now. (Present Continuous Tense)
    She was doing her revision at 8 o’clock last night. (Past Continuous Tense)
    She will be washing her clothes later. (Future Continuous Tense)

    They have been reading since 9 o’clock. (Present Prefect Continuous Tense)
    They had been reading for one hour. (Past Prefect Continuous Tense)
    They will have been reading for more than one hour tomorrow. (Future Prefect Continuous Tense)

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    1. Simple Present Tense: 1
      Simple Past Tense: 1
      Simple Future Tense: 1

      Present Perfect Tense: 1
      Past Perfect Tense: 1
      Future Perfect Tense: 1

      Present Continuous Tense: 1
      Past Continuous Tense: 1
      Future Continuous Tense: 1

      Present Perfect Continuous: 1
      Past Perfect Continuous: 1
      Future Perfect Continuous: 0, 10 hours by 8 o'clock tonight

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  17. Jane eats a plate of noodles every day. (Simple Present Tense)
    Jane ate a plate of noodles yesterday. (Simple Past Tense)
    Jane will eat a plate of noodles tomorrow. (Simple Future Tense)

    The boys have stayed here for a few hours. (Present Perfect Tense)
    The boys had stayed here last night. (Past Perfect Tense)
    The boys will have stayed here until Friday. (Future Perfect Tense)

    Angeline is listening Hip Hop music now. (Present Continuous Tense)
    Angeline was playing badminton at 9 o’clock yesterday. (Past Continuous Tense)
    Angeline will be playing badminton at night next Friday. (Future Continuous Tense)

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    1. Simple Present Tense: 1
      Simple Past Tense: 1
      Simple Future Tense: 1

      Present Perfect Tense: 1
      Past Perfect Tense: 1
      Future Perfect Tense: 0, by next Friday

      Present Continuous Tense: is listening to
      Past Continuous Tense: 1
      Future Continuous Tense: 1

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  18. Emily works at factory every day. (Simple Present Tense)
    Emily played with her cousin yesterday. (Simple Past Tense)
    Emily will go to work next month. (Simple Future Tense)

    I have eaten the burger just now. (Present Perfect Tense)
    I had deleted the document last month. (Past Perfect Tense)
    I will have traveled to Paris by next month. (Future Perfect Tense)

    Emily is playing with her cousin now. (Present Continuous Tense)
    Emily was playing wither cousin yesterday. (Past Continuous Tense)
    Emily will be visiting her cousin tomorrow. (Future Continuous Tense)

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    2. Simple Present Tense: 1
      Simple Past Tense: 1
      Simple Future Tense: 1

      Present Perfect Tense: 1
      Past Perfect Tense: 1
      Future Perfect Tense: 0, travelled

      Present Continuous Tense: 1
      Past Continuous Tense: 1
      Future Continuous Tense: 1

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  19. 1. Anna goes to music class every night. (Simple Present Tense)
    2. Richard went to BP Mall yesterday. (Simple Past Tense)
    3. Joseph will go to England next week. (Simple Future tense)

    1. Alfan have finished the homework just now. (Present Prefect Tense)
    2. I had ate the Korean food last week. (Past Prefect Tense)
    3. David will has pass up the assignment next month. (Future Prefect Tense)

    1. I am doing my homework now. (Present Continuous Tense)
    2. Jasmine was watching the movie at 5.30pm yesterday. (Past Continuous Tense)
    3. Olivia will be sitting on her exam in this year. (Future Continuous Tense)

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    1. Simple Present Tense: 1
      Simple Past Tense: 1
      Simple Future Tense: 1

      Present Perfect Tense: 1
      Past Perfect Tense: 0, had eaten
      Future Perfect Tense: 0, will have handed in the assignment by next month

      Present Continuous Tense: 1
      Past Continuous Tense: 1
      Future Continuous Tense: 0, for her examination...

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  20. Sally plays computer games every day. (Simple Present Tense)
    Emily played badminton yesterday. (Simple Past Tense)
    Alicia will have a piano exam next month. (Simple Future Tense)

    I have taken a piece of paper just now. (Present Perfect Tense)
    I had finished my assignments last month. (Past Perfect Tense)
    I will have bought a car by next month. (Future Perfect Tense)

    My brother is eating a burger. (Present Continuous Tense)
    Mom was washing our clothes yesterday. (Past Continuous Tense)
    Dad will be visiting his relatives tomorrow. (Future Continuous Tense)

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    1. Simple Present Tense: 1
      Simple Past Tense: 1
      Simple Future Tense: 0, examination

      Present Perfect Tense: 1
      Past Perfect Tense: 1
      Future Perfect Tense: 1

      Present Continuous Tense: 1
      Past Continuous Tense: 1
      Future Continuous Tense: 1

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  21. I watch drama everyday. (Simple Present Tense)
    I watched Hong Kong drama last week. (Simple Past Tense)
    I will watch Korean drama tommorow. (Simple Future Tense)

    Joyce has finished her homework just now. (Present Perfect Tense)
    Joyce had finshed her homework yesterday. (Past Perfect Tense)
    Joyce will passed up her homework tommorow. (Future Perfect Tense)

    I am watching movie now. (Present Continuous Tense)
    My mother was eating laksa yesterday. (Past Contonuous Tense)
    My dad will bring us to Damai Resort on this coming Saturday. (Future Continuous Tense)

    By : Ngui Wan Yii

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    1. Simple Present Tense: 0, every day
      Simple Past Tense: 1
      Simple Future Tense: 1

      Present Perfect Tense: 1
      Past Perfect Tense: 1
      Future Perfect Tense: 0, will have handed in her homework by tomorrow

      Present Continuous Tense: 1
      Past Continuous Tense: 0, 'laksa'
      Future Continuous Tense: 0, will be bringing

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    3. [Correction]

      I watch drama every day. (Simple Present Tense)

      Joyce will have handed up her homework by tommorow. (Future Perfect Tense)

      My mother was eating "laksa" yesterday. (Past Contonuous Tense)
      My dad will be bringing us to Damai Resort on this coming Saturday. (Future Continuous Tense)

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  22. A dog have four legs.( simple present tense)
    I saw a movie yesterday.(simple past tense)
    I will call you when I arrive.(simple future tense)

    by: CHUA XUE YAN
    PISMP BC(SK) AMBILAN JUN 2014

    I have been to Thailand.(present perfect tense)
    I had lost my wallet last night.(past perfect tense)
    I will have received the promotion .(future perfect tense)

    I have sitting.(present continuous tense)
    I was writing the e-mail to my pen-pal last sunday.(past continuous tense)
    I will been studying at library tonight.(future continuous tense)

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    1. Simple Present Tense: 0, has
      Simple Past Tense: 1
      Simple Future Tense: 1

      Present Perfect Tense: 1
      Past Perfect Tense: 1
      Future Perfect Tense: 1

      Present Continuous Tense: 0, I am sitting on the chair now.
      Past Continuous Tense: 0, Sunday
      Future Continuous Tense: 0, I will be studying in London in July 2017.

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  23. I run a marathon twice a year. (simple present tense)
    I ran a marathon last year. (simple past tense)
    I will run a marathon next year. (simple future tense)

    Jack finishing his homework by the time his mother gets home. (present perfect tense)
    Jack had finished his homework by the time his mother gets home. (past perfect tense)
    Jack will have finished his homework by the time his mother gets home. (future perfect tense)

    We are shifting to a new home. (present continuous tense)
    We shifted to a new home. (past continuous tense)
    We will be shifting to a new home next year. (future continuous tense)

    By: OH YI HUI

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    1. Simple Present Tense: 1
      Simple Past Tense: 1
      Simple Future Tense: 1

      Present Perfect Tense: 0, has finished
      Past Perfect Tense: 0, his mother reached home
      Future Perfect Tense: 1

      Present Continuous Tense: 1
      Past Continuous Tense: 1
      Future Continuous Tense: 1

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