Ling1 - Simple Perfect Present: Present: I talk I have...

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Verb Forms – 6 forms. Base form, Present Tense, Past Tense, Infinitive, Present Participle, Past Participle. Base Form – Dictionary entry form. Used in commands, imperative sentences, after modal verbs, and in a few other multiple verb constructions. Helping Verbs – Can, may, must, shall, will. Present Tense – Derived from base form. Past Tense – Form that add –ed. Infinitive – Consists of to plus base form of the verb. (e.g. talk = to talk) Present Participle – Adds – ing . Past Participle – Ends in –en or –ne. (e.g. be = been, do = done)
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Unformatted text preview: Simple Perfect Present: Present: I talk I have talked I sing I have sung Past: Past: I talked I had talked I sang I had sung Future: Future: I will talk I will have talked I will sing I will have sung Tense forms of be: Base: be Present: am, are, is, are Past: was Has/have + Past Participle (present perfect) Had + Past Participle (past perfect) Will + Have + Past Participle (Future Perfect) Multiple Verb Constructions: Tensed: Present tense, past tense Non Tensed: Base, infinitive, present participle, or past participle....
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