Structure of Sentence (Tense Part -3)

Structure of Sentence of Present Indefinite Tense:
Affirmative:
1. I write
2. He speaks in English
3. The sun rises in the east.

Negative:
1. Rahim doesn’t go to school
2. You don’t love me.
3. They don’t like it

Interrogative:
1. Is he a doctor?
2. Does Sumon write a letter?
3. Do they sell fish?

Negative Interrogative:
1. Doesn’t he study?
2. Don’t I like him?
3. Don’t you play?

Structure of sentence of Present Continuous Tense:

Affirmative:
1. I am going to University
2. You are playing
3. I am reading a book.

Negative:
1. She isn’t dancing well
2. They aren’t writing a book
3. I am not doing the work

Interrogative:
1. Are they boys playing hockey?
2. Are they running in the field?
3. Are you going to University?
Negative Interrogative:
1. Isn’t he running in the field?
2. Isn’t Karim reciting a poem?
3. Aren’t they playing football?

Structure of Sentence of Present Perfect Tense:

Affirmative:
1. I have done the work
2. Rahim has lost his pen
3. You have finished the work

Negative:
1. You haven’t eaten rice
2. He hasn’t studied for hours.
3. We haven’t seen a tiger

Interrogative:
1. Has he given me a pen?
2. Have you killed the tiger?
3. Has the clock struck ten?

Negative Interrogative:
1. Haven’t we lived here for ten years?
2. Hasn’t he finished his work yet?
3. Haven’t I visited the zoo?

Structure of Sentence of present perfect continuous Tense:

Affirmative:
1. It has been raining for 7 days.
2. They have been reading since 10 A.M.
3. He has been reading in this school for 5 years.

Negative:
1. It has not been raining for 7 days.
2. They haven’t been reading since 10 A.M.
3. He has not been reading in this school for 5 years.
Interrogative:
1. Has it been raining for 7 days?
2. Have they been reading since 10 A.M.?
3. Have i been playing for 2 days?

Negative Interrogative:
1. Haven’t i been playing football for 2 days?
2. Haven’t they been running for since 6 P.M?
3. Hasn’t he been crying for since?

Structure of sentence of past Indefinite:
Affirmative
1. I ate rice
2. Raju went to school
3. He went to market

Negative
1. I did not eat rice
2. He did not go to school
3. They did not play cricket

Interrogative
1. Did he eat rice?
2. Did I go to market?
3. Did they play cricket?

Negative Interrogative
1. Didn’t I go to school?
2. Didn’t he smoker?
3. Didn’t they play cricket?

Structure of Sentence of Past Continuous Tense:

Affirmative
1. I was playing football
2. He was doing the work
3. They were playing cricket

Interrogative
1. Was i eating rice?
2. Was he writing a letter?
3. Were they going to market?

Negative
1. I wasn’t eating rice
2. He wasn’t going to market
3. They weren’t playing cricket

Negative Interrogative
1. Wasn’t I eating rice?
2. Wasn’t he going to market?
3. Weren’t they playing cricket?

Structure of Sentence of Past Perfect Tense:

Affirmative
1. Rahim had gone away before karim came
2. We reached the station after the train had left
3. I meet him after i had gone home

Interrogative
1. Had Rahim gone away before karim came?
2. Had the train left after we reached the station?
3. Had i gone home after i meet him?

Negative
1. Rahim hadn’t gone away before Karim came
2. The patient hadn’t died before the doctor came
3. Jahangir said that he had not gone home

Negative Interrogative:
1. Hadn’t Rahim been gone away before Karim came?
2. Hadn’t the patient been died before the doctor came?
3. Hadn’t Jahangir been said that he gone home?
Structure of Sentence of Past perfect continuous Tense:

Affirmative
1. He had been writing a book for the last five years
2. Munnu had been singing merrily before he came
3. He had been reading before I saw him

Interrogative:
1. Had I been writing a book for the last five years?
2. Had Munna been singing merrily before he came?
3. Had he been reading before I saw him?

Negative:
1. I had not been writing a book for the last five years.
2. Munna had not been singing merrily before he came
3. He had not been reading before I saw him

Negative Interrogative:
1. Had I not been writing a book for last five years?
2. Had Munna not been singing merrily before he came?
3. Had he not been reading before I saw him?


Structure of sentence of Future Indefinite Tense:

Example:
Affirmative:
1. I shall go.
2. He will apply for the job.
3. They will not waste away their time.

Interrogative:
1. Shall I go?
2. Will he apply for the job?
3. Will they waste away their time?


Negative:
1. I shall not go to Dhaka
2. He will not apply for the job
3. They will not waste away their time

Negative Interrogative:
1. Shall I not go?
2. Will he not apply for the job?
3. Will they not waste away their time?

Structure of sentence of Future continuous Tense:

Example:
Affirmative:
1. I shall be reading.
2. They will be playing.
3. We shall be reading in the morning.
Negative:
1. I shall not be reading.
2. We shall not be reading in the morning.
3. They will not be playing.

Interrogative:
1. Shall I be reading?
2. Shall we be reading in the morning?
3. Will they be playing?

Negative Interrogative:
1. Shall I not be reading?
2. Shall we not be reading in the morning?
3. Will they not be playing?

Structure of sentence of Future perfect Tense:

Example:
Affirmative:
1. I shall go away after he will have come.
2. They will have reached home before you go to school.
3. He will have returned home by 10A.M.
Interrogative:
1. Shall I go away after he will have come?
2. Will they have reached home before you go to school?
3. Will he have returned home by 10A.M.?

Negative:
1. I shall not have go away after he will have come.
2. They will not have reached home before you go to school.
3. He will not have returned home by 10 A.M.

Negative Interrogative:
1. Shan’t I have go away after he will have come?
2. Won’t they have reached home before you go to school?
3. Won’t he have returned home by 10 A.M.?

Structure of sentence of Future perfect continuous Tense:

Example:
Affirmative:
1. I shall have been reading before the sun rises.
2. The train will reach Dhaka after it will have been running for two days.
3. We shall have been running till Jadu comes.

Negative:
1. I shall not have been reading before the sun rises.
2. The train will reach Dhaka after it will have been running for two days.
3. We shall not have been running till Jadu comes.

Interrogative:
1. Shall I have been reading before the sun rises?
2. Will the train reach Dhaka after it will have been running for two days?
3. Shall we have been running till Jadu comes?

Interrogative Negative:
1. Shan’t I have been reading before the sun rises?
2. Won’t the train reach Dhaka after it will have been running for two days?
3. Shan’t we have been running till Jadu comes?