Schema tempi verbali inglese

passato dei verbi in inglese

SIMPLE PRESENT

 

Simple Present: azioni abituali, di validità generale.

I always go to work by bus/ He does not go to work by bus/ Does she go to work by bus?

Present Continuos: azione in corso ma limitata nel tempo.

I am going to work right now/ She is not going to work/ Is he going to work?

 

PAST SIMPLE

 

Past Simple: azione avvenuta nel passato.

I went to work yesterday/ He did not go to work/ Did she go to work?

Past Continuous: azioni svolte nel passato ma con continuità.

I was watching Tv/ He wasn’t watching TV/ Was she watching tv?

 

PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE

 

Present Perfect Simple: sottolinea il risultato finale; un azione appena conclusa o un azione del passato che dura nel presente.

I have already gone to work/ He has not gone/ Has she gone?

Present Perfect Continuous: sottolinea l’azione.

I have been working all day/ She has not been working/ Has he been working?

 

PAST PERFECT SIMPLE

 

Past Perfect Simple: azione che viene svolta prima di un preciso momento nel passato.

I had worked/ She had not worked/ Had he worked?

 

PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS

 

3Past Perfect Continuous: sottolinea l’azione e la sua durata.

I had been working/ She had not been working/ Had he been working?

 

FUTURE SIMPLE

 

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Future I Simple “will”: decisioni spontanee o eventi che si svolgeranno nel futuro, supposizioni riguardo il futuro

I will speak/ She will not speak/ Will he speak?

Future I Simple “going to”: intenzione già esistente nei confronti di un azione futura

I am going to leave/ She is not going to leave/ Is he going to leave?

 

FUTURE PROGRESSIVE

 

Future I Progressive: azione che si starà svolgendo nel futuro.

I will be leaving/ She will not be leaving/ Will he be leaving?

Future II Simple: azione che in un preciso momento sarà già conclusa.

I will have leaving/ She will not have leaving/ Will he have leaving?

Future II Progressive: azione che sarà già compiuta in un preciso momento del futuro sottolineandone la durata.

I will have been leaving/ She will not have been leaving/ Will he have been leaving?

 

CONDITIONAL SIMPLE

 

Conditional I Simple: azioni che potrebbero accadere

I would sing/ She would not sing/ Would he sing?

Conditional II Simple: azioni che avrebbero potuto accadere nel passato.

I would have walked/ She would not have walked/ Would he have walked?

 

CONDITIONAL PROGRESSIVE

 

Conditional I Progressive: sottolinea l’azione stessa e la sua durata

I would be singing/ She would not be singing/ Would he be singing?

Conditional II Progressive: viene data importanza all’azione stessa e alla sua durata.

I would have been walking/ She would have been walking/ Would he have been walking?

 

Ecco, questi era la tabella dei tempi verbali in inglese, fanne buon uso!

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