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QUIZ FUTURE PERFECT TENSE

QUIZ 1   FILL THE CORRECT FORM OF THE VERB 

BASED ON THE FRAMING OF THE STATEMENTS

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QUIZ 2   CHECK HOW MUCH YOU KNOW 

CHECK HOW MUCH YOU KNOW

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CONVERSATION FOR KIDS/BEGINNERS BASED ON FUTURE PERFECT TENSE TENSE

 CONVERSATION FOR KIDS/BEGINNERS BASED ON FUTURE PERFECT TENSE

Though I have tried to frame the statements from the Future Perfect  Tense but as a conversation is not possible in one tense only, so I have taken the help of other tenses as well to complete the dialouge on Future Perfect Events. . . Focus on how the statements in Future Perfect  Tense have been framed.


Thank You!

CONVERSATION

Supriya: Will you have completed this painting by the time I return?

Priya: No I’ll not have. But why are you asking?

Supriya: Because Aditi will also have arrived before I return.

Priya: So what?

Supriya: I guess. she will not have eaten anything till now.

Priya: Oh, don’t worry then, I’ll have prepared some 

            snacks by the time she arrives.

Supriya: Oh, that’s great, thank you!

 

Priya: But will you have had something outside before you join the meeting?

Supriya: Yes I’ll have had don’t worry for me.

Priya: Ok, then both of us prepare a sumptuous lunch for Aditi when you’ll have returned.

Priya: Oh, that’s a good idea !

Supriya : Yes, Priya.

Priya: OK, now I am getting late, see you soon.

Supriya: Sure, Bye, take care.

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I AM FUTURE PERFECT TENSE– CHAPTER -14

FUTURE  PERFECT TENSE 

Hello everyone,
I, Future Perfect Tense, am not a much used tense. In day-to-day conversation, people don’t remember me the most. I often help the people who wish to express the kind of statements expected to happen by the end of expected time in the future. I make pairs with Present Indefinite Tense when I have to show two actions before/after another action expected to complete in the future by the end of the certain time.

Thus you can define me in the following way”-

Definition of Future Perfect Tense

“ Future Perfect Tense expresses a future expected action going to finish soon in the coming future by the end of expected timing .”

 She will have finished her drawing by tomorrow.

Hari will have met Mohan before he meets Shivam.

Ritvik begins his journey after he will have met his mother.

 

KEY FEATURES TO RECOGNIZE FUTURE PERFECT TENSE 

  1. Will have/ Shall have + V3 Talks about the actions expected to happen by the end of certain time.
  2. Often consist 2 clauses and the second clause is framed in Present  Indefinite 
  3. Two clause talks about 2 different actions taking place one after another 
  4. The following verbs help you to recognize me easily

        by the end

        before

        after

       by the 

1. To express an action will have been over within an expected time in future

Mohan will have left his home by evening.

Neeta will have cooked well by 2 o’clock.

Will Ankita have his meditation exercises by the time I reach there ?

2.To Express an action completed before/after a given future moment.

Saumya will have stolen your book before you see him.

Pragyan writes an application after the teacher will have punished him.

Will John have performed on the stage before his parents arrive  ?

3. Making an opinion about something that will / will not take place at an expected time in future

I am sure, Sita will not have finished cooking by the time we reach home,

I don’t think, Nishant will have won  the match considering his fallen health.

STRUCTURE 

OF 

FUTURE

PERFECT 

TENSE 

Structure of Future Perfect Tense

I. COMMON USE

Structure of Future Perfect Affirmative 

Subject + Will/Shall + Have+ V3 + Object

I Person – I/We- Shall Have

Other Subject ( II & III Person ) – Will have

I shall have written a letter.

They will have left the city before.

Structure of Future Perfect Negative

Subject+ Will/Shall + Not/Never + have+ V3+ Object

I shall not have visited Kashmir by the next week. 

My friend will never have visited my village.

Structure Interrogative Future Perfect 

type 1

Will/Shall+ Subject+ Have+ V3 + Object

Will you have left Mumbai by tomorrow?

Will you have visited Kanpur ever?

Structure Interrogative Future Perfect 

type 2

‘ Wh ‘ family word + Will/Shall + Subject + have + V3+ Object

Why will you have not finished your homework by tomorrow night?

Where will I have stayed for two months?

Structure Interrogative Future Perfect 

type 3

How much/ How many/Which/Whose+ related noun + Will/Shall+ Have+ V3+ Object

How much money will you have spent on your I phone by the next month?

How many apples will you have eaten in 2 hours?

II Future Perfect Tense type 3 

 When one action will take place before the completion of another action in the coming future.

Future Perfect+ before+ Present Indefinite

‘Before’ can also replace with – ‘ When ‘ also

He will have arrived at the school before the bell rings.

He will not have started his journey when it starts raining.

Will you have seen my home when you pass my street?

III. Future Perfect Tense

type 3

When one action will take place after the completion of another action in the coming

Present Indefinite + After + Future Perfect

‘ After ‘ can also be replaced with ‘ when ‘also

Ankita starts her class after all the students will have come.

Does Sneha not finish her story after I shall have arrived ?

She doe not open the gate even after someone will have knocked.

Shall  I visit Kolkata when my sister will have Visited?

 

Swinging Across my Thoughts

SWINGING ACROSS MY THOUGHTS

Swinging across my thousands of thoughts
Falling my tears into the harbour
I Heard a voice resounding back
as if the harbour replying
with its upsurging waves-

” HARD WORK NEVER GETS WASTED
   JUST THROW AWAY YOUR EXPECTATIONS
    INTO MY WATER.
   GIVE ME SOME TIME TO BRING UP
   MY TREASURES
  BEAUTIFUL THINGS ASK FOR PATIENCE
  THEY NEED SPEECHLESS TOLERANCE
  TO SPELL THE MAGIC  ONTO DUST
TO TURN IT INTO THE GOLD FRUIT. “
                      ‘  MEENA BILANDANI 

QUIZ BASED ON PAST PERFECT TENSE

QUIZ 2 – BASED ON FRAMING OF THE SENTENCES ( CORRECT FORM OF THE VERB )

PAST PERFECT TENSE

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PAST PERFECT TENSE-2

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PERFECT TENSE CONVERSATION FOR KIDS/BEGINNERS

Though I have tried hard to frame the statements from the Past Perfect Tense, a conversation is not possible in one tense only, so I have taken the help of other tenses as well to complete the conversation. . Focus on how the statements in the Past Perfect  Tense have been framed.
Thank You!

​Arshi: Hadn’t you really met this dance troupe earlier?
Rachana: No, I hadn’t.
Arshi: But I guess Nihatika had met some of the members already.
Rachana: But Niharika had left the ​​place when the troupe arrived.
Arshi: Yes I know but she had met them at any other place, She informed me so.
Rachana: OK.
Archi: I wish, I had danced with them.
Rachana( laughing): If you had danced with them, you would have broken your bones.

Arshi: Oh, really I think you don’t know, I have already talked to them to include me in their troop.
Rachana: If you had really talked to them, you wouldn’t have stood here wishing.
Arshi: It’s because the troupe informed me about the guidelines. They have given me a form to participate.

Rachana: Really
Arshi: oh Sorry Rachana I was only cracking a joke. Let’s go from here now.
Rachana: But where?
Arshi: In a restaurant.
Rachna: Which restaurant
Arshi: Where we had had our dinner last month.

Rachna: OK, let’s go.

PLUPERFECT OR PAST PERFECT TENSE- I AM THE MOST CHALLENGING TENSE- CHAPTER -13

PLUPERFECT OR PAST PERFECT TENSE 

Hello everyone,

This is me, Past Perfect Tense.  You can call me Pluperfect Tense as well. I am defamed as the most dangerous and challenging tense. Many people misunderstand me with Past Indefinite Tense. I will explain to you in detail the difference between me ( Past Perfect ) and Past Indefinite soon in another chapter. Right now focus on me ( Past Perfect Tense.)  Among all the tenses, after Past Indefinite, I am the most used tense in writing and day to day conversation. As people often are found clinging to their past though is not a good habit at all. Whatever the matter is, I can be helpful to those who are fascinated with their past and feel nostalgic. I help Past Indefinite in the storytelling and explaining recent/distant past actions.

Before going further, read the lines below to understand me thoroughly.

I, Past perfect tense often show the action before /after any …another action.

Understand it with an example: –

 

You saw a boy in your garden. He had plucked some mangos from your garden tree. You got panicked and called him. By listening to your voice, the boy ran away. When you returned, your mother asked about the whole incident.

When your mother asked you why you hadn’t stopped him to pluck. How will you explain it to your mother? You will tell her:-

“ The boy had already plucked the mangos before I saw him. “

If your mother asked you –

” Why didn’t you scold him?” You will reply:-

“ The boy ran away after I           had called him. “

Thus clearly,  you can observe how Past Perfect shows a connection with another action that happened before or after one particular action.

Thus you can define me in the following way:-

Definition of Past Perfect Tense

“ Past Perfect talks about the actions that were completed prior to some past point of time “ 

Nisha had broken my trust before I thought to tell her everything. 

Disha opened the gate after I had gone to check. 

He had already cracked his JEE Mains. (—-)

Note: In Past Perfect sometimes you see statements in a single clause 

( Part). But if you go through the statement being insightful, you will find 

another clause is also there in a hidden form.

See this example:-

He had already cracked his JEE Mains. (-..)

 i.e. He had already cracked his JEE Mains (before anything else )

He had already cracked his JEE Mains ( before cracking any other exam .)

Or 

He had already cracked his JEE Mains ( before he met me.)

before anything else. The overall second clause will always be there in hidden form. 

Key Features of Past Perfect / How to recognize Past Perfect

 

  1. Had+V3 ( Perfect Participle ) Talks about the recent/distant past
  2. Often consist 2 clauses and the second clause is framed in Past Indefinite 
  3. Two clause talks about 2 different actions taking place one after another 
  4. The following verbs help you to recognize me easily

     Already, Ever, Never, Before, Just, Till, now.

When to use Past Perfect Tense

1. To Express an action, already had finished in a recent or distant past. past:

( Just, Recently, Already, Yet, Till, Now)

Example- I had already heard this story. So I did not wish to listen to it again.

Ankita had just gone to sleep. So I did not feel it good to call her again.

2. To Express an action, already finished when another action

 had finished or started in past.

Example- The bell had rung before the peon closed the gate.

The bell rang after the peon had closed the gate.

3. To Express a hypothetical expression

 ( Unreal action, Hopeless action, Wishes)

Example- I wish, I had visited Delhi last month.

Oh, that! She had not wasted her time.

4. To show Hypothetical expressions in a Conditional Statement 

If had not driven fast, I would not have met with such an accident.

Samadhi had not left me If I had behaved well with her.

5. To Express an action, almost completed in past

I had almost caught the thief. But he disappeared

suddenly somewhere like a ghost.

I had finished my work when I heard a strange noise outside.

STRUCTURE 

OF 

PAST 

PERFECT 

TENSE 

Structure of Past Perfect Tense

Structure type 1 ( Common Use )

 (Affirmative)

Subject+ Had + V3 +Object.

Singular/Plural- Had

Example- I had written a letter

They had left the city.

Structure of Past Perfect Negative

Subject+ Had + Not/Never + V3 + Object.

Example- I had not visited Kashmir yet.

                  My friend had never visited my village.

Structure of Interrogative Past Perfect ( Typ3 1)

Had+ Subject+ V3+ Object

Example- Had you ever been to Paris?

Had you visited Kanpur ever?

Structure of Past Perfect Interrogative Type 2

‘ Wh ‘ family word + had + Subject+ V3+ Object.

Example- Why had you not finished your homework by last night?

Where had he stayed for two months?

Structure of Past Perfect Interrogative Type 3

How much/ How many/ Whose/ Which + Related Noun +Had+ Subject+ V3 + Object.

Example- How much money had you spent on your I phone?

 

How many apples had you eaten?

 

Structure of Interrogative Negative

( I ) Had + Subject + Not + Subject + VIII + object

( ii )WH family word + had +  Subject + Not + Subject + VIII + object

(iii) How much/ How many/ Whose/ Which + Related Noun +Had+ Subject+  Not + V3I + Object.

Example- Had you not finished your project till last Monday?

Why had you not taken your lunch today?

How much money had you not spent on your I phone?

Past Perfect Structure Type 2 –

When one action had taken place before the completion of another action.

Structure

Past Perfect+ Before+ Past Indefinite

Remember Before’  can be replaced  with- ‘When’ also

Example- We had arrived at the school before the bell rang.

He had not started his journey when It started raining.

Had you seen my home when you passed my street?

Past Perfect Structure Type -3

When one action took place after the completion of another action.

Past Indefinite + After + Past Perfect

Remember After’ can be replaced  with ‘ When ’ also

Example- We arrived at the school after the bell rang.

He did not start his journey when it started raining.

 

Did you see my home when you had passed my street?

HARD LABOUR NEVER WASTES : A SHORT POEM

HARD LABOUR NEVER WASTES
When the right time arrives
Nothing can stop to make 
the fruits of labour
 fall into your lap
Learn to heal with time 
Not every time you can
 buy everything with dime
For some great purposes 
you need to struggle hard
& miracles occur when 
 the day arrives 
You find the magic
spelling from nowhere 
& finally, life takes a good flight
helping you to achieve 
everything you deserve,
 right ?

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CONVERSATION FOR KIDS/ BEGINNERS: BASED ON PRESENT PERFECT TENSE

Though I have tried to frame the statements from the Future Continuous Tense but as a conversation is not possible in one tense only, so I have taken the help of other tenses as well to complete the conversation. . Focus on how the statements in Future Continuous Tense have been framed .
Thank You !

CONVERSATION

 

Tanya: Have you ever been to Kolkata?

Suman : No I have never been  ?

Tanya: Ohhh

Suman: But Amisha has visited this month.

Tanya: Has she returned?

Suman: Yes, I have seen her recently in the park.

Tanya: OK.

Suman: I have heard that there is a grand library in Kolkata.

Tanya: Yes, It’s the National Library.

Suman: Have you visited it?

Tanya: Yes, I have.

Suman: What special features has the National Library?

Tanya: Well, It has collected all the books published in the nation.

Suman: Great!

Tanya: It has also acted as a collection library at the national level

            for the books received under the Copyright Act for the nation.

Suman: Really?

Tanya: Yes and It has stored copies of rare books

                available in other libraries located in the country.

Suman: I see.  What else have you visited there?

 

Tanya: I have visited Marble Palace, Belur Math and Victoria Memorial

Suman: That’s nice Tanya. Next time I’ll also visit Kolkata with you.

Tanya: Yes Sure Suman, will enjoy ourselves together.

Suman: Look, my papa has come now, I have to take leave.

Tanya: Yes sure Suman, bye take care.

Suman: You too.

 

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