TENSES

Simple Present Tense:
He talks.
He doesn’t talk.
Does he talk?
Why does he talk?

Simple Past Tense:
He talked.
He didn’t talk.
Did he talk?
Why did he talk?

Simple Future Tense:
He will talk.
He won’t talk.
Will he talk?
Why will he talk?

CONTINUOUS:
Present Continuous Tense:
He is talking.
He is not talking.
Is he talking?
Why is he talking?

Past Continuous Tense:
He was talking.
He was not talking.
Was he talking?
Why was he talking?

Future Continuous Tense:
He will be talking.
He won’t be talking.
Will he be talking?
Why will he be talking?

PERFECT
Present Perfect Tense:
He has talked.
He hasn’t talked.
Has he talked?
Why has he talked?

Past Perfect Tense:
He had talked.
He hadn’t talked.
Had he talked?
Why had he talked?

Future Perfect Tense:
He will have talked.
He will have not talked.
Will he have talked?
Why will he have talked?

PERFECT CONTINUOUS
Present Perfect Continuous Tense:
He has been talking.
He hasn’t been talking.
Has he been talking?
Why has he been talking?

Past Perfect Continuous Tense:
He had been talking.
He hadn’t been talking.
Had he been talking?
Why had he been talking

Future Perfect Continuous Tense:
He will have been talking.
He will have not been talking
Will he have been talking?
Why will he have been talking?