|T||Ved, V2||V1 ( He/She/It V1+s)||will V1|
|+|| I walked yesterday.|
In 1987 John flew to Moscow and died there.
| I walk often.|
John flies every morning.
| I will walk tomorrow.|
John will fly soon.
|-|| I did not (didn’t) walk yesterday.|
John didn’t fly to Moscow last year.
| I do not (don’t) walk often.|
John does not (doesn’t) fly every day.
| I will not (won’t) walk tomorrow.|
John will not (won’t) fly soon.
|?|| Did you walk yesterday?|| Do I walk often?|
Does he fly every day?
| Will I walk with you tomorrow.|
Will John fly by plane?
|T||was/were Ving||am/is/are Ving||will be Ving |
|+|| I was walking in the park from 19.00 till 20.00 on May, 17.|
You were walking with me that day, don’t you remember?
| I am walking now.|
John is flying to Kiev at the moment.
We are speaking English this lesson.
| I will be walking at 07.00 tomorrow.|
John will be flying by plane when you come to us.
|-|| I was not (wasn’t) walking form 19.00 till 20.00 that day.|
You were not (weren’t) walking with me as well.
| I am not walking now.|
John is not (isn’t) flying to Kiev now.
We are not (aren’t) going for a walk.
| I will not (won’t) be walking at 07.00 tomorrow.|
John will not (won’t) be flying by plane…
|?|| Was he walking from 19.00 till 20.00 on the 17th of May?|
Were you walking with him or his friends during that time?
| Am I walking now?|
Is he flying to Kiev at the moment?
Are we going for a walk with them?
| Will I be walking at 07.00 tomorrow?|
Will he be flying by plane at 07.00 tomorrow?
|T||had Ved, V3||have/has Ved, V3||will have Ved, V3|
|+|| I had walked before John came to my house.|
John had already flown away when I came home yesterday.
| I have walked already.|
John has flown to Kiev already.
| I will have walked by 23.00 tonight.|
John will have flown away by the time (when) you come to us.
|-|| I had not (hadn’t) walked before John came to my house.|| I have not (haven’t) walked yet.|
John has not flown to Kiev yet.
| I will not (won’t) have walked by 23.00 tonight.|
|?|| Had John flown away, when I came to you yesterday?|| Have you walked already?|
Has he flown to Kiev?
| Will he have flown by the time I come?|
|T||had been Ving||have/has been Ving||will have been Ving|
|+|| John had been flying to London for half an hour, since I went for a walk, when I got his phone call.|| I have been walking for 10 minutes.|
John has been flying since 12.00.
| I will have been walking for 10 minutes when John flies away.|
|-|| I had not (hadn’t) been flying for an hour since you called me.|| I have not (haven’t) been walking for…|
He has not (hasn’t )been flying since…
| I will not (won’t) have been walking for…|
|?|| Had you been flying to London for an hour since I called you?|| Have you been walking since 12.00?|
Has he been flying for an hour?
| Will you have been walking for 10 minutes when…?|