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This study material is applicable for

  • Union Territory cadre
  • Jammu division
  • Kashmir division
  • Also, for all the district cadre posts of Sub Inspector
Total Marks120
Time Given120 minutes

PART 1 English

General English study material for JKSSB Sub Inspector posts – 20 marks

Tenses

Time & Sense are two words that make the word Tense.

Tense tells us about time & Sense in a sentence.

There are 3 Tenses

  1. Present Tense
  2. Past Tense
  3. Future Tense

Present Tense

1) Simple Present Tense

Indicates an action that is generally true or habitual. That is, it took place in the past, continues to take place in the present, and will take place in the future. This tense is used to denote
-a habitual action- for instance, “He walks to school.”
-general truths- for instance, “The sun rises in the east”, “Honesty is the best policy.”
-a future event that is part of a fixed timetable- for instance, “The match starts at 9 o’clock.”
Note
a. The form of Simple Present Tense is- verb (infinitive without ‘to’ and agreeable with the subject)

2)  Present Perfect Tense

Indicates an action that has been completed sometime before the present moment, with a result that affects the present situation.
For example, “He has finished the work.”
                         “He has slept.”

3)  Present Continuous Tense

Indicates an action that is taking place at the moment of speaking.
For example, “She is walking.”
“I am studying.”
Note
a. the form of Present Continuous Tense is- is/am/are + verb + ing

4) Present Perfect Continuous Tense

Indicates an action that started in the past and is continuing at the present time. 
For example, “He has been sleeping for an hour.”
Note
a. The form of Present Perfect Continuous Tense is- has/have + been + verb + ing

Past Tense

1) Simple Past Tense

Indicates an action that took place before the present moment and that has no real connection with the present time. 
For example, “He danced in the function.” (The action took place in the past, is finished, and is completely unrelated to the present)
                         “He flew to London yesterday.”
Note
a. The verb ‘flew’ is an irregular verb that does not take ‘ed’ in the past tense like regular verbs.
b. The form of Simple Past Tense is – verb + ed

2) Past Perfect Tense

Indicates an action in the past that had been completed before another time or event in the past.
For example, “He had exercised before it started to rain.”
                         “He had slept before I came back from the market.”

3) Past Continuous Tense

Indicates an action going on at some time in the past or an action in the past that is longer in duration than another action in the past.  
For example, “It was getting darker.”
                        “The light went out while they were reading.”
Note
a. The form of Past Continuous Tense is- was/were + verb + ing
 

4) Past Perfect Continuous Tense

Indicates an action in the past that took place before another time or event in the past and continued during the second event/time point in the past.
For example, “At that time, he had been writing a novel for two months.”
                         “He had been exercising when I called.”

Future Tense

1) Simple Future Tense

Indicates an action that will take place after the present time and that has no real connection with the present time. 
For example, “She will visit her ailing grandmother soon.”
                        “He will walk home.”
Note
a. the form of Simple Future Tense is- will/shall + verb

2) Future Perfect Tense

Indicates an action in the future that will have been completed before another time or event in the future.
For example, “By the time we arrive, he will have studied.”

3) Future Continuous Tense

Indicates an action in the future that is longer in duration than another action in the future.
For example, “He will be walking when it starts to rain.”
Note
a. The form of Future Continuous Tense is-will/shall be + verb + ing

4) Future Perfect Continuous Tense

Indicates an action in the future that will have been continuing until another time or event in the future.
For example, “He will have been exercising an hour at 2:00.”

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