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Tenses + Adverbs of Time - Table

 TENSE
FORMATION
ADVERBS OF TIME
PRESENT SIMPLE
I/you/we/they play.
He/she/it plays/goes.
Do they play?
Does he go?
Usually, often, always, sometimes, seldom, rarely, never, every day…
PAST SIMPLE
Played
Go – went – gone
Did he go?
Yesterday
In 2003
…two days ago.
Last….
PRESENT CONTINUOUS
I am going.
He/she/it is going.
We/you/they are going

Now
At this/the moment
At present
PAST CONTINUOUS
I/ he/she/it was going
We/you/they were going
When/while
All day long…
The whole night...
PRESENT PERFECT
I/you/we/they have played.
He/she/it has gone.
Ever, never, since, for, recently, lately, already, yet, just, this (week), today
PAST PERFECT
Had played.
Had gone.
(go – went – gone)
Before, after + past simple
PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS
Have/has been playing
Since, for
PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS
Had been going
Before, after + past simple
FUTURE (decision, prediction based on opinion or belief, request)
Will go
People will travel to the moon one day.
Tomorrow, next week
FUTURE (intention, prediction based on something we can observe)
Be going to + infinitive
I am going to study engineering. / Look at the sky. It’s going to rain
FUTURE (plan that can be changed)
Present continuous
I am going on a party tomorrow.
FUTURE (plan that cannot be changed)
Present simple
The plane leaves at 10 AM tomorrow.

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