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In grammar a Verb Tense is a form of a verb used to indicate roughly the time when the action described by the verb takes place. Here we talk about 3 basic tenses: Past, Present and Future. (Some people talk about more than 3, however.)
Compare this with Verb Form which is the form of a verb in a particular tense, e.g. present simple, present continuous, etc.
For more, see Verb Tenses & Forms in English Grammar.
|Author:||John Eastwood; Ronald Mackin|
|Details:||paperback; pub. 1982|
An excellent first grammar which covers the basics of English grammar in clear and precise form. Ideal for new teachers and students to get to grips with the basics. This can be followed up with a book like Practical English Usage
Understanding and Using English Grammar
Fundamentals of English Grammar