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English Grammar (TENSE) Lesson
Written by Gurunnanse   
Tuesday, 15 March 2011 12:42


Complete English Tense - Lesson (ඉංග්‍රිසි ව්‍යාකරණ සම්පූර්ණ පාඩම)

English education complete tenses lesson series for students and all person who were student or adult. Download complete English lesson.


The Tense

1. Simple present Tense

This tense is used to express mainly habitual actions. Also it is in used in

radio commentaries and when tells or talk about, films, dramas, novels, etc…..

When subject in plural, we keep the plural verb. If the subject is singular, we

keep the singular verb.

Affirmative form

1. I teach English Daily.

2. We go on foot to school.

3. You give good advices.

4. They cut firewood once a week.

5. People talk about politics every time.

6. Children study many subjects.

7. He teaches English daily.

8. She goes to Temple on Poya days.

Negative form

1. I do not teach English Daily.

1. We do not go foot to school.

2. You don’t give good advices.

3. They don’t cut firewood once a week.

4. People don’t talk about politics every time.

5. Children don’t study many subjects.

6. He doesn’t teach English daily.

7. She doesn’t go to Temple on Poya days.

When turn singular subject sentence in to negation helping verb is does and

main verb must be kept in plural.






Last Updated on Saturday, 08 December 2012 18:59

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