How to use first, next, last, after that, finally,

English Writing - Sequencing - How to use first, next, last, after that, finally,
This video is all about writing and sequencing the English writing . It is very important for writing effective English for sequencing any event.

Present Tenses Simple Sentences Rule | Tenses Rules| Present Tense Examples



Present Tense (Simple sentences)





examples
Subject
Verb+s/es-singular
Verb-Plural

Objects


He works.
I work.
It work.
Present Tense (negative sentences)
Subject
Does not-singular
Do not- plural
Verb
Objects

He does not work.
I do not work.
It does not work.
Present Tense (Interrogative sentences)
Does-singular
Do-plural
Subject
Verb
Objects

Does he work?
Do I work?
Does it work?
Present Tense (Interrogative and negative sentences)
Does-singular
Do-plural
Subject
not
Verb
Objects
Does he not work?
Do I not  work?
Does it not  work?

Present Continuos Tense Rule | Progressive Tense Learning



Present Tense Continuos | Progressive (Simple sentences)





examples
Subject
Is -singular
Am-I
Are- plural

Verb+ing
object

He is working.
I am working.
It is working.
They are working.
Jack and Sam are working.
Present Tense  Continuos | Progressive  (negative sentences)
Subject
Is -singular
Am-I
Are- plural

not
Verb+ing
object
He is not  working.
I am not  working.
It is not  working.
They are not working.
Jack and Sam are not working.
Present Tense Continuos | Progressive  (Interrogative sentences)
Is-Singular
Am-I
Are-plural
Subject
Verb+ing
Objects

Is He  working.
am  I working.
is  It working.
are They working.
are  Jack and Sam working.
Present Tense  Continuos | Progressive  (Interrogative and negative sentences)
Is-Singular
Am-I
Are-plural
Subject
not
Verb+ing
Objects
Is He not working ?
Am  I not working ?
Is  It not  working ?
Are They not   working ?
Are  Jack and Sam not working ?

Present Perfect Tense


Present Perfect Tense (Simple sentences)





examples
Subject
Has- Singular
Have-Plural/I

Verb-3rdform
Objects

He has worked.
I have worked.
It has worked.
Jack and Sam have worked.
Present Perfect  Tense (negative sentences)
Subject
Has- Singular
Have-Plural/I

not
Verb-3rdform
Objects
He has not worked.
I have not worked.
It has not worked.
Jack and Sam have not worked.
Present Perfect  Tense (Interrogative sentences)
Has- Singular
Have-Plural/I

Subject
Verb-3rdform
Objects

Has  he worked?
Have  I worked?
Has  it worked?
Have Jack and Sam worked?
Present Tense (Interrogative and negative sentences)
Has- Singular
Have-Plural/I

Subject
not
Verb-3rdform
Objects
Has  he not worked?
Have  I not  worked?
Has  it not  worked?
Have Jack and Sam not worked?
 

Past Tenses Simple Sentences Rule | Tenses Rules| Past Tense Examples




Past Tense (Simple sentences)
Subject
Verb(2ND form,Past form)
objects


He ate.
I ate.
They ate.
Jack and Sam ate.
Subject
Was-Singular
Were-plural
objects


I was there.
He was there.
They were there.
Jack and Sam were there.



Past Tense  (negative sentences)
Subject
Did

not
Verb
object
He did not  eat.
I did not  eat.
They did not  eat.
Jack and Sam did not  eat.
Subject
Was-Singular
Were-plural
not
Verb
object
I was not there.
He was not there.
They were not there.
Jack and Sam were not there.

Past Tense  (Interrogative sentences)
Did

Subject
Verb
Objects

Did he eat?
Did I eat?
Did They eat?
Did Jack and Sam eat?
Was-Singular
Were-plural
Subject
Verb
Objects

Was I there?
Was He  there?
Were They  there?
Were Jack and Sam  there?


Past Tense  (negative +Interrogative sentences)
Did

Subject
not
Verb
Objects
Did he not eat?
Did I not  eat?
Did They not  eat?
Did Jack and Sam not  eat?
Was-Singular
Were-plural
Subject
not
Verb
Objects
Was I not there?
Was He  there?
Were They  there?
Were Jack and Sam  there?