Easy Access to the Sentences-W D S Rodrigo

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EASY ACCESS TO THE SENTENCES
By Capt W D S Rodrigo GW Present Tense Subject Simple Rita Continues/progressive Rita Perfect Rita Perfect continues Past tense Simple Continues/progressive Perfect Perfect continues Future tense Simple Continues/progressive Perfect Perfect continues Rita Rita Rita Rita Rita Rita Rita Rita Rita Active Verb Writes is writing has written has been writing wrote was writing had written had been writing will write will be writing will have written will have been writing Object a letter a letter. a letter. a letter a letter. a letter. a letter. a letter. a letter. A letter a letter. a letter A letter A letter A letter was written was being written had been written by Rita. by Rita. by Rita. Object A letter A letter A letter Passive Verb is written is being written has been written Subject by Rita. by Rita. by Rita. Remarks I am hungry./I have got a dog. /I have a dog./ I play-I don’t play/He answer -He doesn’t answer. The verbs can, may, might, must remain the same in all forms. So don't add ‘s’

A letter A letter

will be written will have been written

by Rita. by Rita.

Conditional sentences 1st Conditional-probable If + Simple present(If clause)+ Main clause with will and Simple present nd 2 Conditional-improbable If + Simple past (If clause)+main clause with would and Simple present 3rd Conditional-impossible If +had+ Simple past (If clause)+main clause with would and Simple present

If you work hard you will pass the exam. If you worked hard you would pass the exam. If you had worked hard you would have passed the exam

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