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PART A: Foundation

  • The Function OF Tenses
  • Voice
  • Modals
  • Kinds Of Sentences And Clauses
  • Clause Analysis
  • Questions Tags
  • Nonfinite Verbs
  • Verb
  • Articles
  • Noun
  • Pronoun
  • Adjective
  • Adverb
  • Prepositions
  • Phrasal Verbs
  • Idioms & Phrases
  • Spotting Errors
  • Sentence Improvement
  • selecting the correct Sentence

PART B: Verbal Ability

  • Paronyms & Homonyms
  • One word Substitution
  • Words with Meanings
  • Synonymous & Antonyms
  • Foreign Words & Expressions
  • The Sentence Completion
  • Cloze Test


  • Sequence Of Sentences
  • Objective Comprehension

PART D: Practical Grammar

  • Narration
  • Synthesis
  • Transformation
  • Punctuation
  • Spelling Rules
  • Contractions

The Functions Of Tenses

A tense may be defined as that form of a verb which indicates the time and the state of an action or event.
In this manner a verb may refer to
(A) Time of an action (Tense) tenses.
For example-
(i)He goes to school.
(ii) He went to school.
(ii) He will go to school.
(Present time of an action)

(Past time of an action) (Future time of an action) From the above sentences, it will be clear to the students that there are three main (1) The Present tense, (2) The Past tense, (3) The Future tense
(B) State of an action (Function of tenses)

For example-
(0) I write letters regularly
(1) I am writing a letter.
(ii) I have just written a letter.
(Present tense, Habitual function)
(Present continuous, Progressive function) (Present perfect, Preceding function)
(iv) I have been writing a letter for some time.
(Present perfect continuous, Time expression)
The Tenses and their Functions
The Present Indefinite Tense -Habitual Action
(A) This tense is generally used to denote ‘habit, custom, practice, repeated action, permanent activity, general truth’ etc.

These ideas are expressed by the adverbs of frequency such as ‘often, seldom, usually, never, occasionally, sometimes, normally, generally, always, frequently, rarely, daily’. For example(i) The old lady goes for a walk in the morning.
(ii) Pearl usually believes everybody.

(u) Arnav often gets late for lunch. (iv) Suhani always comes in time.
(v) Shaurya Seldom gets up late.
(B) This tense is also used to make a statement in the present showing permanent nature and activity of the subject and eternal principles. For example-(I know him well.

(u) He teaches in St. Xavier College.
(a) The cow gives milk.
(iv) Rivers freeze at high altitude.

Additional Uses of Present Indefinite Tense Historical Present
(i) Now Netaji enters and addresses the Indian soldiers. (i) Now Arjun shoots arrows at Bhishma.

Future Arrangement
(1) The Prime Minister arrives from New York tomorrow. () He leaves his job next week.

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