What time is what written?
Firstly, they all contain a form of to be: Are is the present tense form of to be, have been is the present perfect, what is past, and are being is present continuous (note that being is an auxiliary here). Secondly, the verbs grown, awarded, written, and treated are all third forms (ie past participles).
What is time?
In the simple past and in the simple present you can also form sentences in the passive progressive. You form the passive progressive with: is/are being + past participle or was/were being + past participle. Our cats are being fed by my grandmother while we are away.
When do I use which tense English?
Important English Tenses in a TableTense Signal WordsSimple Presentevery day sometimes always often usually seldom never first thenPresent Progressivenow at the moment Look! Listen!Simple Pastlast ago in 1990 yesterdayPast Progressive5
What time is Would?
English tenses – overviewTense FormFormationFuture Progressivewill + be + Infinitive + ingFuture Perfect Simplewill + have+ past participle (Infinitive + -ed) or (3rd column of irregular verbs)Future Perfect Progressivewill + have + been + Infinitive + ingConditional Simplewould + Infinitive64
When do I use Would?
In this tutorial video on the topic “Would, would like, can, could” I show you the differences between these words. In a nutshell: “Would” means “would” and “would like” is a form of politeness, something like “would like to”, “can” means “can” or “be able to” and “could” means “might” or “might” .
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