Tugas 1 Tenses

  1. Simple present tense     : My brother go to beach
  2. Simple past tense          : My brother went to the beach
  3. Simple future tense       : My brother will go to the beach
  4. Present continues tense : My brother is going to the beach
  5. Past continues tense      : My brother was going to the beach
  6. Future continues tense  : My brother will be going to the beach
  7. Present perfect tense     : My brother has gone to the beach
  8. Past perfect tense          : My brother had gone to the beach
  9. Future perfect tense      : My brother will have gone to the beach

 

  1. Simple present tense     : Robi write a novel
  2. Simple past tense          : Robi wrote a novel
  3. Simple future tense       : Robi will write a novel
  4. Present continues tense : Robi is writing a novel
  5. Past continues tense      : Robi was writing a novel
  6. Future continues tense  : Robi will be writing a novel
  7. Present perfect tense     : Robi has written a novel
  8. Past perfect tense          : Robi had written a novel
  9. Future perfect tense      : Robi will have written a novel

 

  1. Simple present tense     : she make a cake in the kitchen
  2. Simple past tense          : she made a cake in the kitchen
  3. Simple future tense       : she will make a cake in the kitchen
  4. Present continues tense : she is making a cake in the kitchen
  5. Past continues tense      : she was making a cake in the kitchen
  6. Future continues tense  : she will be making a cake in the kitchen
  7. Present perfect tense     : she has made a cake in the kitchen
  8. Past perfect tense          : she had made a cake in the kitchen
  9. Future perfect tense      : she will have made a cake in the kitchen

 

  1. Simple present tense     : Putri cook fried rice for her father
  2. Simple past tense          : putri cooks fried rice for her father
  3. Simple future tense       : Putri will cook a fried rice for her father
  4. Present continues tense : putri is cooking fried rice for her father
  5. Past continues tense      : Putri was cooking fried rice for her father
  6. Future continues tense  : Putri will be cooking a fried rice for her father
  7. Present perfect tense     : Putri has cooked a fried rice her father
  8. Past perfect tense          : Putri had cooked a fried rice for her father
  9. Future perfect tense      : Putri will have cooked a fried rice for her father

 

  1. Simple present tense     : He eat some bread in the mornig
  2. Simple past tense          : He ate some bread in the morning
  3. Simple future tense       : He will eat some bread in the morning
  4. Present continues tense : He is eating some bread in the morning
  5. Past continues tense      : He was eating a bread in the morning
  6. Future continues tense  : He will be eating some bread in the morning
  7. Present perfect tense     : He has eaten some bread in the morning
  8. Past perfect tense          :  He had eaten some bread in the morning
  9. Future perfect tense      : He will have eaten some bread in the morning

 

   

 

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