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    Rewrite the sentence using proper tense    – 01 Mark

    Points to Remember

    1] Without making any other change in the given sentences only replace the helping verb and main verb. 

    2] In different sentences different helping verbs and main verbs are used. 

    List of the Tenses

    Simple present tense – 

    Sub + V1 + Obj

    Present Continuous tense  – 

    Sub + am/is/are + v-ing + Obj

    Present perfect tense –  

    Sub + Have/ has + V3 + Obj

    {I, we, you, they, plural- have ; He, she, it, case study essay examples- Has}

    Present perfect continuous tense – 

    Sub + Have/ has + been + ing+ Obj

    Simple past tense – 

    Sub + V2 + Obj

    Past continuous tense  – 

    Sub + was/were + v-ing + Obj

    Past perfect tense-  

    Sub + Had + V3 + Obj

    Past perfect continuous tense – 

    Sub + Had + been + ing + Obj

    Simple future tense – 

    Sub + shall/will + v1 + Obj

    (I, We- shall/ for other – will ).

    Future continuous tense  – 

    Sub + shall/will +be + v-ing + Obj

    Future perfect tense –  

    Sub + shall/will have +V3 + Obj 

    Future perfect continuous tense 

    Sub + shall/will have +been + ing + Obj 

    Examples

    1] He spread out his professional equipment (Past Perfect continuous Tense)

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    2 His eyes sparkled with a sharp abnormal gleam (Past Perfect Tense)

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     3] This colour scheme never failed. (Simple future Tense)

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    4] He sat under the boughs of a spreading tamarind tree. (Present Perfect Tense)

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    5] A surging crowd was always moving up and down this narrow road from morning till night. (Present Perfect continuous Tense)

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    6] They have created enough dins all day to attract the whole town.(Future perfect Tense)

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    7] Next to him in vociferousness came a vendor of fried groundnut. Past Perfect Tense)

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    8] A considerable portion of this crowd dallied before the astrologer too.(Future perfect Tense)

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    9] The astrologer transacted his business by the light of a flare. (Present Perfect Tense)

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    10] This suited the astrologer very well. (Past Perfect Tense)

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    11] He carried home at the end of a day. (Present Perfect continuous Tense)

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    12] A surging crowd was always moving up. (Present Perfect Tense)

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    13] He had left his village without any previous thought or plan. Future perfect Tense)

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    14] The child has been asking for sweets for so many days now. (Present Perfect Tense)

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    Answers

    1] He spread out his professional equipment (Past Perfect continuous Tense)

    Ans.: He had been spreading out his professional equipment.

    2 His eyes sparkled with a sharp abnormal gleam (Past Perfect Tense)

    Ans.: His eyes had sparkled with a sharp abnormal gleam

     3] This colour scheme never failed. (Simple future Tense)

    Ans.:  This colour scheme will never fail.

    4] He sat under the boughs of a spreading tamarind tree. (Present Perfect Tense)

    Ans.:  He has sat under the boughs of a spreading tamarind tree.  

    5] A surging crowd was always moving up and down this narrow road from morning till night. (Present Perfect continuous Tense)

    Ans.:  A surging crowd has been always moving up and down this narrow road from morning till  night.

    6] They have created enough dins all day to attract the whole town. (Future perfect Tense)

    Ans.:  They will have created enough dins all day to attract the whole town.

    7] Next to him in vociferousness came a vendor of fried groundnut. (Past Perfect Tense)

    Ans.:  Next to him in vociferousness had come a vendor of fried groundnut.

    8] A considerable portion of this crowd dallied before the astrologer too. (Future perfect Tense)

    Ans.: A considerable portion of this crowd will have dallied before the astrologer too.

    9] The astrologer transacted his business by the light of a flare.(Present Perfect Tense)

    Ans.: The astrologer has transacted his business by the light of a flare.

    10] This suited the astrologer very well. (Past Perfect Tense)

    Ans.: This had suited the astrologer very well.

    11] He carried home at the end of a day. (Present Perfect continuous Tense)

    Ans.: He has been carrying home at the end of a day.

    12] A surging crowd was always moving up. (Present Perfect Tense)

    Ans.: A surging crowd has always moved up.

    13] He had left his village without any previous thought or plan. (Future perfect Tense)

    Ans.: He will have left his village without any previous thought or plan.

    14] The child has been asking for sweets for so many days now. (Present Perfect Tense)

    Ans.: The child has asked for sweets for so many days now.

    B] Fill in the blanks with proper tense/ verb form.

    Mostly following three tenses are used to fill the blanks. 

    1] Present perfect continuous tense (For/since+ time like –For many years /since 20 years)

    Have/ has + been + ing

    3] Past perfect continuous tense (For/since+ time like –For many years /since 20 years)

    Had + been + ing

    3] Future perfect tense

    shall/will have +V3

    By the time/when+ V1, shall/will have +V3

    For many years since 20 years

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    1) Hitesh —— (learn) to drive for some years now, but he still has not passed his driving test.

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    2) Mr. Diwan —— (live ) in Mumbai since 1964.

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    3) Mohan ——- (read) a novel for last two weeks

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    4) The old papers proved that he — (import) goods to sell in India for many days

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    5) I gave my first concert, when I was 21 after I — (learn) sitar for long time.

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    6) By the time I reach home, mother ———(finish) her cooking.

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    7) When father comes home in the evening, I—————(complete) my homework.

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    8) By the year 2025, I ——–(get) my degree.

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    9) I always remember my singing examination. I was very nervous although I —— (learn) singing for 10 years.

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    10) We —- (play) cricket here every day for long time, but now we can’t play, because they built here a big complex.

    11) By the year 2030, everybody in India ——(become) literate.

    12) He —– (works ) in Bajaj Industries for last 10 years.

    13) I —– (wait) for my guest on the bus-station since morning.

    14) When you complete all the language exercises in this book, you —-(acquire) some command over English .

    15) The Indian govt. had told that he —– (provide) the information to Pakistan for last 15 years.

    16) He —- (learn) English for last 5 years, but he can’t even read a newspaper.

    17) The police investigated that they —- (commit) the crime for many days.

    18) When the police ask you about me, I —– (realize) all dreams.

    19) My grandmother —- (tell) us fairy stories since my childhood.

    20) Mr. Rao —– (teach) in this school for last 25 years.

    21) The nation —-(get) success in every field, by the year 2020.

    22) The driver —-(stop) the bus when he pays attention to the red signal.

    23) He —– (study) Russian for last 2 years, he doesn’t know even the alphabets.

    24) You —– (drive) since morning let me drive now.

    25) He —– (speak) for an hour I expect he will soon finish.

    26) That helicopter —– (fly) round the army station for 6 hours. Do you think it is taking photographs?

    27) By the end of the next week, he ———(finish) his army training.

    28) They —— (follow)the road for half an hour before they realized they had lost their way.

    29) Inquiry revealed that the smuggling —— (go) on for long time.

    30) The book revealed that Mr. M. K. Gandhi —– (follow) the way of non- violence for his childhood.

    Answers

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    #1. Big Data has inundated the education industry. (Future Perfect Tense)

    #2. It has transformed it in leaps and bounds. (Past Perfect continuous Tense)

    #3. Big Data makes it convenient to understand their choices (Present Perfect continuous Tense)

    #4. This will also help in guiding the student. (Past perfect tense)

    #5. It has provided a solution to one of the biggest pitfalls. (Past perfect continuous tense)

    #6. It lies in our hands to make the optimum use. (Simple future tense)

    #7. These internet giants provide a great deal of Data. (Present perfect tense)

    #8. The Data enables a sportsperson to study his performance. (Future perfect tense)

    #9. It has tremendously helped in improving team performance. (Present perfect tense)

    #10. The sensors help us to understand the field conditions. (Past perfect continuous tense)

    #11. Banking sector is using Big Data. (Present perfect continuous tense)

    #12. The SEC is using network analytics. (Present perfect tense)

    #13. people have become health conscious. (Past perfect tense)

    #14. They detect our heart rate of the patient. (Future perfect tense)

    #15. Nowadays we have gadgets to monitor blood pressure etc. (Simple past tense)

    #16. Weather patterns give us warnings of the impending natural calamities (present perfect tense)

    #17. the law will acquit me. (Future perfect tense)

    #18. I shall not wax my moustache or dye my hair. (Simple present tense)

    #19. We infect the world with our ill-humours. (Simple past tense)

    #20. I had left home without any money in my pocket. (Future perfect tense)

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