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ENGL 333: Week 6 Notes

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ENGL 333: Week 6 Notes
Modern Grammar
Paul Muller
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Date Created: 10/16/16
ENGL 333: WEEK 6  VOICE , whether active or passive TENSE , whether past or present ASPECT , whether simple, progressive, perfect or perfect­progressive, and ATTITUDE , whether of permission, condition, possibility, probability, obligation or  otherwise, HELPING VERBS: BE : Present Simple Past Simple Progressive (aka Present) Participle I am was BE being you are were he, she, it is was Perfect (aka Past) Participle we are were you are were HAVE  been they are were HAVE : Present Simple Past Simple Progressive (aka Present) Participle I have had BE having you have had he, she, it has had Perfect (aka Past) Participle we have had you have had HAVE  had they have had Passive Participle BE had DO : Present Simple Past Simple Progressive (Present) Participle I do did BE doing you do did he, she, it does did Perfect (Past) Participle we do did you do did HAVE  done they do did Passive Participle BE done M ODALS       MODAL ATTITUDE will (prs) certainty, obligation would (pst) condition, past habit can (prs) capability, possibility, permission could (pst) condition, possibility shall (prs) certainty, obligation should (pst) obligation, probability may (prs) possibility, permission might (pst) possibility must (pst) obligation, probability ASPECT MARKERS: BE…..V­ing Progressive HAVE…..V­en/­ed Perfect BE…..V­en/­ed Passive A LL VERB  FORMS  FOLLOWING HELPING VERBS , BE AND  HAVE  ARE PARTICIPLES COMBINED VERB FORMS: Active ASPECT ↓    TENSE →       PAST     PRESENT      MODAL SIMPLE walked walk(s) will walk PROGRESSIVE      be…­ing was walking is walking will be walking PERFECT      have…­en/­ed had walked has walked will have walked PERF .PROG .      be…­ing have…­en/ed   had been walking has been walking will have been walking Passive ASPECT ↓    TENSE →      PAST     PRESENT      MODAL SIMPLE was made is made must be made PROGRESSIVE was being made is being made must be being made PERFECT had been made has been made must have been made PERF .­PROG . had been being made has been being made must have been being made COMBINED VERB FORM NAMES: Active  walk(s)                                                      present                      simple                                                                      active  walked                                                       past                           simple                                                                      active  is walking                                                present                                                                      progressive             active  was walking                                            past                                                                           progressive             active  has walked                                              present                                      perfect                                                      active  had walked                                              past                                           perfect                                                      active  has been walking                                     present                                      perfect                       progressive             active  had been walking                                  past                                           perfect                       progressive             active  will walk                                                 present      modal        simple                                                                      active  would walk                                              past           modal        simple                                                                      active  will be walking                                       present      modal                                                        progressive             active  would be walking                                  past           modal                                                        progressive             active  will have walked                                     present      modal                        perfect                                                      active  would have walked                                past           modal                        perfect                                                      active  will have been walking                         present      modal                        perfect                       progressive             active  would have been walking                      past           modal                        perfect                       progressive             active Passive  is made                                                      present                                                                                                     passive  was made                                                past                                                                                                          passive  is being made                                          present                                                                      progressive             passive  was being made                                       past                                                                           progressive             passive  has been made                                         present                                      perfect                                                      passive  had been made                                        past                                           perfect                                                      passive   has been being made                            present                                      perfect                       progressive             passive  had been being made                             past                                           perfect                       progressive             passive  must be made                                          past           modal                                                                                       passive  must be being made                               past           modal                                                        progressive             passive  must have been made                            past           modal                        perfect                                                      passive  must have been being made                 past           modal                        perfect                       progressive             passive Those children should   have   been   being   watched                                                past modal                 perfect      progressive        passive Tenses in their forms are multifunctional: Micah is not leaving town for fall break. Micah is not studying Chemistry. Micah is not reading his Grammar Book. Tenses/forms don’t always match their direct meanings (compared to understood meaning)


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