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Simple Present Tense

Simple Present Example

Sub + v1/ v5 + obj

a). time adverbials: always, often, never, everyday, sometimes, generally, seldom a. I'd never attend Nepali classes.
It means work not done. b). Habitual Action b. The Saturday class starts at 7:00am
He reads (means planning to start) c). Repeated action c. I don't drink alcohol.
d). Universal Truth d. She always eats bread.
e).General Truth
f). Thought, feeling
g). Fixed Time Table

Present Continuous

Present Continuous Example
Sub + am/ is/ are + v4 + obj time adverbials: now, still, at present, at the moment Sir is writing.
It means the work is half-way. Look.............!
If you see anyone. The work is under way, not completed.

Present Perfect Tense

  • Sub + has/have + v3 + obj
  • Time adverbials: already, just, ever, recently, since.
    Example: She has written a letter.

Present Perfect Continuous

  • Sub + has\have + been + v4 + obj.
  • Time adverbials: all this morning, for since/ time
    Example: He has been writing a story.

Simple Past

  • Sub + v2 + obj.
  • Time adverbials: Yesterday, last, ago, those, days, just, ancient
    Example: He wrote a letter.

Past Continuous

  • Sub + was/were + v4 + obj
  • Time adverbials: all yesterday
    Example: He was writing a letter.

Simple Future

  • Sub + shall/ will + v1 + obj
  • Time adverbials: Tomorrow, next, soon, tonight
    Example: She will go to school tomorrow.

Future Perfect

  • Sub + shall/ will have + v3 + obj.
  • Time adverbials: by the time (Eg: by 7'o clock), before the time, in the period of time
    Example: He will have gone to Kathmandu by the end of this month.

Future Perfect Continuous

  • Sub + shall/ will + have been + v4 + obj
  • Time adverbials: by the time & for the time & by this month
    Example: He will have been playing baskeball.

Things to remember
  • It includes every relationship which established among the people.
  • There can be more than one community in a society. Community smaller than society.
  • It is a network of social relationships which cannot see or touched.
  • common interests and common objectives are not necessary for society.

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