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Aspects of Verb Tenses

Traditionally, each verb tense is said to have four aspects, or temporal structures. What are they? More...
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Aspect
Structure
Examples:

Simple
Subject + present verb
"I go shopping on Tuesdays."
"She runs fast."

Perfect
Subject + have/has + past participle
"I have eaten here before."
"She has lived here for a long time."

Continuous
Subject + is/are + present participle
"We are cooking dinner."
"He is singing a song."

Perfect Continuous
Subject + have/has + been + present participle
"He has been thinking about it."
"I have been taking an art class."
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Aspects of Verb Tenses
Traditionally, each verb tense is said to have four aspects, or temporal structures.
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