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Verbs tenses

English verbs tenses

TermDefinition
Infinitive To dance. I like to dance.
Present Simple I dance. I dance very well.
Present Perfect I have danced. I have danced all my life. (Yo he bailado toda mi vida)
Present Continuous I am dancing. I am dancing a tango.
Present Perfect Continuous I have been dancing. I have been dancing the whole day. (Yo he estado bailando todo el día)
Past Simple I danced. I danced with Jean.
Past Perfect I had danced. I had danced a lot that night. (Yo había bailado mucho aquella noche).
Past Continuous I was dancing. At one o'clock I was still dancing. (A la una aún estaba bailando).
Past Perfect Continuous I had been dancing. I had been dancing the whole night. (Yo había estado bailando toda la noche).
Future Simple I will dance. I will dance with you at the party.
Future Perfect I will have danced. I will have danced a lot when you come. (Yo habré bailado mucho cuando tu vengas).
Future Continuous i will be dancing. I will be dancing the whole day. (Yo estaré bailando el día entero).
Future Perfect Continuous I will have been dancing. I will have been dancing with Rita all the time. (Yo habré estado bailando con Rita todo el tiempo).
going + infinitive. (Plans in the future, esp. in an informal style) I'm going to dance. I'm going to dance with you tomorrow. (Yo voy a bailar contigo mañana).
Conditional Simple I would dance. I would dance every day if you came. (Yo bailaría todos los días si vinieras).
Conditional Perfect I would have danced. I would have danced if you had come. (Yo habría bailado si hubieras venido).
Conditional Continuous I would be dancing. I would be dancing now if you were here. (Yo estaría bailando ahora si estuvieras aquí).
Conditional Perfect Continuous I would have been dancing. I would have been dancing a lot if you had come. (Yo habría estado bailando mucho si hubieras venido).
Gerund Dancing. Dancing is good for the health.
Imperative Dance. Dance with me.
if you had come Si hubieras venido
if you were here Si estuvieras aquí
if you came Si vinieras
I have danced. Present perfect. (Yo he bailado)
I am dancing. Present Continuous.
I dance. Present Simple.
I have been dancing. Present Perfect Continuous (Yo he estado bailando)
I danced. Past Simple.
I had danced. Past Perfect. (Yo había bailado)
I was dancing. Past Continuous. (Yo estaba bailando)
I had been dancing. Past Perfect Continuous. (Yo había estado bailando)
I will dance. Future Simple.
I will have danced. Future Perfect. (Yo habré bailado)
I will be dancing. Future Continuous. (Yo estaré bailando)
I will have been dancing. Future Perfect Continuous. (Yo habré estado bailando)
I would dance. Conditional Simple. (Yo bailaría)
I would have danced. Conditional Perfect. (Yo habría bailado)
I would be dancing. Conditional Continuous. (Yo estaría bailando)
I would have been dancing. Conditional Perfect Continuous. (Yo habría estado bailando)
Created by: ryosal
 

 



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