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PRESENT

PRESENT

ESAMASIS LAIKAS

PRESENT SIMPLE

Pprastasis esamasis laikas

PRESENT CONTINUOUS

Esamasis tęstinis laikas

V / Vs

Jis visada sunkiai dirba.

He always works hard.

Am / is / are + V / V ing

Jis dirba (šiuo metu) savo kambaryje.

He is working in his room now.

Usually, always, often, never, sometimes, every day, in the morning, twice a years. Now, still, at the moment, this week, at present nowadays.
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I work

You work

He works

She works

It works

We work

You work

They work

I don‘t work

You don‘t work

He doesn‘t work

She doesn‘t work

It doesn‘t work

We don‘t work

You don‘t work

They don‘t work

Do I work?

Do you work?

Does hee work?

Does she work?

Does it work?

Do we work?

Do you work?

Do they work?

I am working

You are working

He is working

She is working

It is working

We are working

You are working

They are working

I am not working

You aren‘t working

He isn‘t working

She isn‘t working

It isn‘t working

We aren‘t working

You aren‘t working

They aren‘t working

Am I working?

Are you working?

Is he working?

Is she working?

Is it working?

Are we working?

Are you working?

Are they working?

PAST

BŪTASIS LAIKAS

PAST SIMPLE

Paprastasis būtasis laikas

PAST CONTINUOUS

Būtasis tęstinis laikas

V ed / V 2

Jis daug dirbo vakar.

Yesterday he worked much.

Was / were + V ing

Jis diirbo dešimtą valandą.

He was working at ten o‘clock.

Yesterday, last (October, week, night), ago, when.?, in (1998, May) on 28 July when (we were in Pris). While, when, at the time, at 6,00 last Monday.
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I worked

You worked

He worked

She worked

It worked

We worked

You worked

They worked

I didn‘t worked

You di

idn‘t worked

He didn‘t worked

She didn‘t worked

It didn‘t worked

We didn‘ worked

You didn‘t worked

They didn‘t worked

Did I work?

Did you work?

Did he work?

Did she work?

Did it work?

Did we work?

Did you work?

Did they work?

I was working

You were working

He was working

She was working

It was working

We were working

You were working

They were working

I wasn‘t working

You weren‘t working

He wasn‘t working

She wasn‘t working

It wasn‘t working

We weren‘t working

You weren‘t working

They weren‘t working

Was I working?

Were you working?

Was he working?

Was she working?

Was it working?

Were we working?

Were you working?

Were they working?

FUTURE

BŪSIMASIS LAIKAS

FUTURE SIMPLE

Paprastasis būsimasis laikas

FUTURE CONTINUOUS

Būsimasis tęstinis laikas

Will + V

Rytoj jis dirbs nuo devynių iki šešių.

Tomorrow he will work from 9 to 6.

Will be +V ing

Trečią valandą jis dar dirbs.

He will still be working at 3.

Tomorrow, next (week, month), tonight, soon, in a week. Tomorrow, tonight, neext (week, month) in two (three), days, soon.
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I will work

You will work

He will work

She will work

It will work

We will work

You will work

They will work

I won‘t work

You won‘t work

He won‘t work

She won‘t work

It won‘t work

We won‘t work

You won‘t work

They won‘t work

Will I work?

Will you work?

Will he work?

Will she work?

Will it work?

Will we work?

Will you work?

Will they work?

I will be working

You will be working

He will be working

She will be working

It will be working

We will be working

You will be working

They will be working

I wo
on‘t be working

You won‘t be working

He won‘t be working

She won‘t be working

It won‘t be working

We won‘t be working

You won‘t be working

They won‘t be working

Will I be working?

Will you be working?

Will he be working?

Will she be working?

Will it be working?

Will we be working?

Will you be working?

Will they be working?

 

PRESENT PERFECT

Esamasis atliktinis laikas

PRESENT PERRFECT CONTINUOUS

Esamasis atliktinis tęstinis laikas

Have / has + V ing

Jis dirba čia nuo 1987 metų.

He has worked here since 1987.

Have been / has been + V ing

Jis visą naktį sunkiai dirbo.

He has been working hard all night.

Yet, just, since, for, already, lately, recently, so far, ever, never, today, all day. For, since, lately, all morning, how long.
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I have worked

You have worked

He has worked

She has worked

It has worked

We have worked

You have vorked

They have worked

I havn‘t worked

You havn‘t worked

He hasn‘t worked

She hasn‘t worked

It hasn‘t worked

We havn‘t worked

You havn‘t worked

They havn‘t worked

Have I worked?

Have you worked?

Has he worked?

Has she worked?

Has it worked?

Have we worked?

Have you worked?

Have they worked?

I have been working

You have been working

He has been working

She has been working

It has been working

We have been working

You have been working

They have been working

I havn‘t been working

You havn‘t been working

He hasn‘t been working

She hasn‘t been working

It hasn‘t been working

We havn‘t been working

You havn‘t been working

They havn‘t been working

Have I been wo
orking?

Have you been working?

Has he been working?

Has she been working?

Has it been working?

Have we been working?

Have you been working?

Have they been working?

PAST PERFECT

Būtasis atliktinis laikas

PEST PERFECT CONTINUOUS

Būtasis atliktinis tęstinis laikas

Had + V 3

Visą savo gyvenimą jis sunkiai dirbo.

He had worked hard all his life.

Had been + V ing

Aš mačiau, kad jis sunkiai dirbo.

I saw he had been working hard.

When, by the time, before, after, already, just, till/until, by ten o‘clock, never. When, for, since, before, after, how long, until.
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I had worked

You had worked

He had worked

She had worked

It had worked

We had worked

You had worked

They had worked

I hadn‘t worked

You hadn‘t worked

He hadn‘t worked

She hadn‘t worked

It hadn‘t worked

We hadn‘t worked

You hadn‘t worked

They had‘t worked

Had I worked?

Had you worked?

Had he worked?

Had she worked?

Had it worked?

Had we worked?

Had you worked?

Had they worked?

I had been working

You had been working

He had been working

She had been working

It had been working

We had been working

You had been working

They had been working

I hadn‘t been working

You hadn‘t been working

He hadn‘t been working

She hadn‘t been working

It hadn‘t been working

We hadn‘t been working

You hadn‘t been working

They hadn‘t been working

Had I been working?

Had you been working?

Had he been working?

Had she been working?

Had it been working?

Had we been working?

Had you been working?

Had they been working?

FUTURE PERFECT

Būsimasis atliktinis laikas

FUTURE PERFECT CO
ONTINUOUS

Būsimasis atliktinis tęstinis laikas

Will have + V 3

1997 metais jis bus dirbęs čia dvidešimt metų.

By 1997 he will have worked here for twenty years.

Will have been + V ing

Dešimtą bus dvylika valandų, kai jis jau dirba.

By ten he will have been working for 12 hours.

By, by the time, before, until/till. By, by the time, before, until/till.
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I will have worked

You will have worked

He will have worked

She will have worked

It will have worked

We will have worked

You will have worked

They will have worked

I won‘t have worked

You won‘t have worked

He won‘t have worked

She won‘t have worked

It won‘t have worked

We won‘t have worked

You won‘t have worked

They won‘t have worked

Will I have worked?

Will you have worked?

Will he kave worked?

Will she have worked?

Will it have worked?

Will we have worked?

Will you have worked?

Will they have worked?

I will have been working

You will have been working

He will have been working

She will have been working

It will have been working

We will have been working

You will have been working

They will have been working

I won‘t have been working

You won‘t have been working

He won‘t have been working

She won‘t have been working

It won‘t have been working

We won‘t have been working

You won‘t have been working

They won‘t have been working

Will I have been working?

Will you have been working?

Will he have been working?

Will she have been working?

Will it have been working?

Will we have been working?

Will you have been working?

Will they have been working?

 

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