TENSES CHART - SF?F SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE-;FNM JT¥DFG SF/ singular V[S JRG plural AC]\ JRG First person 5|YD 5]~Ø Second person ALHM 5]~Ø

Third person

+LHM 5]~Ø

I Play Cricket C]\ lS|S[8 ZD]\ K]\P You Play Cricket TD[ lS|S[8 ZDM KMP He plays cricket T[ lS|S[8 ZD[ K[\P She plays cricket T[6L lS|S[8 ZD[ K[\P It plays cricket T[ lS|S[8 ZD[ K[\P

We Play Cricket VD[ lS|S[8 ZDLV[ KLV[P You Play Cricket TD[ lS|S[8 ZDM KMP

They play cricket T[VM[ lS|S[8 ZD[ K[\P

PRESENT continus TENSE - RF,] JT¥DFG SF/ First person 5|YD 5]~Ø Second person ALHM 5]~Ø

Third person

+LHM 5]~Ø

I am Playing Cricket C]\ lS|S[8 ZDL ZCIM K]\P You are Playing Cricket TD[ lS|S[8 ZDL ZCIF KMP He is playing cricket T[ lS|S[8 ZDL ZCIM K[P She is playing cricket T[6L lS|S[8 ZDL ZCL K[P It is playing cricket T[ lS|S[8 ZDL ZCIM K[P

We are Playing Cricket VD[ lS|S[8 ZDL ZCIF KLV[P You are Playing Cricket TD[ lS|S[8 ZDL ZCIF KMP

They are playing cricket T[VM lS|S[8 ZDL ZCIF\ K[P

PRESENT perfect TENSE - 5]6¥ JT¥DFG SF/ First person 5|YD 5]~Ø Second person ALHM 5]~Ø

Third person

+LHM 5]~Ø

I have Played Cricket C]\ lS|S[8 ZdIM K]\P You have Played Cricket TD[ lS|S[8 ZdIF KM\P He has played cricket T[ lS|S[8 ZdIM K[\P She has played cricket T[6L lS|S[8 ZDL K[\P It has played cricket T[ lS|S[8 ZdIM K[\P

We have Played Cricket VD[ lS|S[8 ZdIF KLV[\P You have Played Cricket TD[ lS|S[8 ZdIF KM\P

They have played cricket T[VM lS|S[8 ZdIF K[\P

PRESENT perfect continuous TENSE - RF,] 5]6¥ JT¥DFG SF/ First person 5|YD 5]~Ø Second person ALHM 5]~Ø

Third person

+LHM 5]~Ø

I have been Playing Cricket C]\ lS|S[8 ZDTM VFJ]\ K]\P You have been Playing Cricket TD[ lS|S[8 ZDTF VFJM KM He has been Playing cricket T[ lS|S[8 ZDTM VFJ[ K[P She has been Playing cricket T[6L lS|S[8 ZDTL VFJ[ K[P It has been Playing cricket T[ lS|S[8 ZDTM VFJ[ K[P

We have been Playing Cricket VD[ lS|S[8 ZDTF VFJLV[ KLV[P You have been Playing Cricket TD[ lS|S[8 ZDTF VFJM KM

They have been playing cricket T[VM lS|S[8 ZDTF VFJ[ K[P

SIMPLE PAST TENSE- ;FNM E]T SF/ singular V[S JRG plural AC]\ JRG I Played Cricket C]\ lS|S[8 ZdIMP You Played Cricket TD[ lS|S[8 ZdIF\ He played cricket T[ lS|S[8 ZdIMP She played cricket T[6L[ lS|S[8 ZDLP It played cricket T[ lS|S[8 ZdIM

We Played Cricket VD[ lS|S[8 ZdIFP P You Played Cricket TD[ lS|S[8 ZdIF\

They played cricket T[VM lS|S[8 ZdIF

PAST continus TENSE- RF,] E]T SF/ I was Playing Cricket C]\ lS|S[8 ZDL ZCIM CTM You were Playing Cricket TD[ lS|S[8 ZDL ZCIF CTF\ He was playing cricket T[ lS|S[8 ZDL ZCIM CTM \ She was playing cricket T[6L lS|S[8 ZDL ZCL CTL It was playing cricket T[ lS|S[8 ZDL ZCIM CTM \

We were Playing Cricket VD[ lS|S[8 ZDL ZCIF CTF You were Playing Cricket TD[ lS|S[8 ZDL ZCIF CTF\

They were playing cricket T[VM lS|S[8 ZDL ZCIF\ K[P

PAST perfect TENSE - 5]6¥ E}T SF/ I had Played Cricket C]\ lS|S[8 ZdIM CTM You had Played Cricket TD[ lS|S[8 ZdIF CTF\ He had played cricket T[ lS|S[8 ZdIM CTM She had played cricket T[6L lS|S[8 ZDL CTL P It had played cricket T[ lS|S[8 ZdIM CTM

We had Played Cricket VD[ lS|S[8 ZdIF CTF You had Played Cricket TD[ lS|S[8 ZdIF CTF\

They had played cricket T[VM lS|S[8 ZdIF CTF

PAST perfect continuous TENSE- RF,] 5]6¥ E}T SF/ I had been playing Cricket C]\ lS|S[8 ZDTM VFJTM CTM You had been playing Cricket TD[ lS|S[8 ZDTF VFJTF CTF He had been playing cricket T[ lS|S[8 ZDTM VFJTM CTM She had been playing cricket T[6L lS|S[8 ZDTL VFJTL CTL It had been playing cricket T[ lS|S[8 ZDTM VFJTM CTM

We had been playing Cricket VD[ lS|S[8 ZDTF VFJTF CTF You had been playing Cricket TD[ lS|S[8 ZDTF VFJTF CTF

They had been playing cricket T[VM lS|S[8 ZDTF VFJTF CTF

SIMPLE FUTURE TENSE - ;FNM ElJxI SF/ singular V[S JRG plural AC]\ JRG I shall Play Cricket C]\ lS|S[8 ZDLX You will Play Cricket TD[ lS|S[8 ZDXMP He will play cricket T[ lS|S[8 ZDX[ She will play cricket T[6L lS|S[8 ZDX[ It will play cricket T[ lS|S[8 ZDX[

We shall Play Cricket VD[ lS|S[8 ZDLX] You will Play Cricket TD[ lS|S[8 ZDXMP

They will play cricket T[VM lS|S[8 ZDX[

FUTURE continus TENSE - RF,] ElJxI SF/ I shall be Playing Cricket C]\ lS|S[8 ZDL ZCIM CM.X You will be Playing Cricket TD[ lS|S[8 ZDL ZCIF CXM He will be Playing cricket T[ lS|S[8 ZDL ZCIM CX[ She will be Playing cricket T[6L lS|S[8 ZDL ZCL CX[ It will be Playing cricket T[ lS|S[8 ZDL ZCIM CX[

We shall be Playing Cricket VD[ lS|S[8 ZDL ZCIF CM.X] You will be Playing Cricket TD[ lS|S[8 ZDL ZCIF CXM

They will be Playing cricket T[VM lS|S[8 ZDL ZCIF\ CX[

FUTURE perfect TENSE - 5]6¥ ElJxI SF/ I shall have Played Cricket C]\ lS|S[8 ZdIM CM.X You will have Played Cricket TD[ lS|S[8 ZdIF CXM He will have Played cricket T[ lS|S[8 ZdIM CX[ She will have Played cricket T[6L lS|S[8 ZDL CX[ It will have Played cricket T[ lS|S[8 ZdIM CX[ P

We shall have Played Cricket VD[ lS|S[8 ZdIF CM.X] You will have Played Cricket TD[ lS|S[8 ZdIF CXM

They will have Played cricket T[VM lS|S[8 ZdIF CX[

FUTURE perfect continuous TENSE - RF,] 5]6¥ ElJxI SF/ I shall have been Playing cricket C]\ lS|S[8 ZDTM VFJTM CM.X You will have been Playing cricket TD[ lS|S[8 ZDTF VFJTF CXM He will have been Playing cricket T[ lS|S[8 ZDTM VFJTM CX[ She will have been Playing cricket T[6L lS|S[8 ZDTL VFJTL CX[ P It will have been Playing cricket T[ lS|S[8 ZDTM VFJTM CX[

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We shall have been playing cricket VD[ lS|S[8 ZDTF VFJTF CM.X] You will have been playing cricket TD[ lS|S[8 ZDTF VFJTF CXM

They will have been Playing cricket T[VM lS|S[8 ZDTF VFJTF CX[

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