What is Verb Tense?
There three tenses in English language that four separate sub-divisions. What are those? These are present, past, and the future tense. The subcategories are; Present Tense - Present indefinite, Present continuous, Present perfect, and Present perfect continuous tense. Past Tense - Past indefinite, Past continuous, Past perfect, and Past perfect continuous tense. Future Tense - Future indefinite, Future continuous, Future perfect, Future perfect continuous tense. These are an integral part of English language foundation as this language is nothing with these tenses. The force that binds all of them with a strong connection is a VERB TENSE. It is a tense that tell us the actual meaning and create true sense of this language. Verb is a part of speech of English language that we use to describe noun. For example, if we want to explain about on-going action of the person, we will use continuous tense in which we will focus the verb form in terms of changing. It does not mean that we will use continuous tense every time. It means that the correct use of verb tense tells us what is going on in the story in which sense. With verb tense, you can let the reader understand that what you are trying to convey in which context and in what timings.