CALCULATE - PRESENT SIMPLE | |

★ i | calculate |

★ you | calculate |

★ he/she/it | calculates |

★ we | calculate |

★ you | calculate |

★ they | calculate |

CALCULATE - PRESENT CONTINUOUS | |

★ i am | calculating |

★ you are | calculating |

★ he/she/it is | calculating |

★ we are | calculating |

★you are | calculating |

★ they are | calculating |

CALCULATE - PRESENT PERFECT | |

★ i have | calculated |

★ you have | calculated |

★ he/she/it has | calculated |

★ we have | calculated |

★ you have | calculated |

★ they have | calculated |

The Simple Past Tense, also calledSimple PastorPreteriteis a verb tense that is used to describe completed action happend in the past. It is the most basic form of past tense and it is formed by adding d, ed or ied to the base structure of the verb.

Present Continuousis a tense used for activities that are happening in the moment of speaking. It also can be used in a future aspect for future arrangements or plans. This tense is always used when you are describing a picture. The most used prepositions used with Present Continuous are AT THE MOMENT and NOW.

CALCULATE - PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS | |

★ i have been | calculating |

★ you have been | calculating |

★ he/she/it has been | calculating |

★ we have been | calculating |

★ you have been | calculating |

★ they have been | calculating |

CALCULATE - PAST SIMPLE | |

★ i | calculated |

★ you | calculated |

★ he/she/it | calculated |

★ we | calculated |

★ you | calculated |

★ they | calculated |

CALCULATE - PAST CONTINUOUS | |

★ i was | calculating |

★ you were | calculating |

★ he/she/it was | calculating |

★ we were | calculating |

★ you were | calculating |

★ they were | calculating |

CALCULATE - PAST PERFECT | |

★ i had | calculated |

★ you had | calculated |

★ he/she/it had | calculated |

★ we had | calculated |

★ you had | calculated |

★ they had | calculated |

A transitive verbalways has a noun that receives the action of the verb, called the direct object.

Anintransitive verbnever has a direct or indirect object. Although an intransitive verb may be followed by an adverb or adverbial phrase, there is no object to receive its action

CALCULATE - PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS | |

★ i had been | calculating |

★ you had been | calculating |

★ he/she/it had been | calculating |

★ we had been | calculating |

★ you had been | calculating |

★ they had been | calculating |

CALCULATE - FUTURE SIMPLE | |

★ i will | calculate |

★ you will | calculate |

★ he/she/it will | calculate |

★ we will | calculate |

★ you will | calculate |

★ they will | calculate |

CALCULATE - FUTURE CONTINUOUS | |

★ i will be | calculating |

★ you will be | calculating |

★ he/she/it will be | calculating |

★ we will be | calculating |

★ you will be | calculating |

★ they will be | calculating |

CALCULATE - FUTURE PERFECT | |

★ i will have | calculated |

★ you will have | calculated |

★ he/she/it will have | calculated |

★ we will have | calculated |

★ you will have | calculated |

★ they will have | calculated |

Present Simpleis a tense used for talking about habits or activities that are constantly repeating. We also use Present Simple if we are talking about general thrust or facts about nature. This tense is also used in the Zero Conditional sentences and it is one of the most basic but also most important tenses of the English language. The most used prepositions with Present Simple are OFTEN, USUALLY, ALWAYS and many more.

CALCULATE - FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS | |

★ i will have been | calculating |

★ you will have been | calculating |

★ he/she/it will have been | calculating |

★ we will have been | calculating |

★ you will have been | calculating |

★ they will have been | calculating |