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Tiempos verbales
En inglés hay cuatro tiempos fundamentales: presente, pasado y futuro y condicional. Estos tres tiempos se combinan con tres aspectos(imperfectivo, continuo, perfectivo), las combinaciones de aspecto posible son cuatro ([-perf][-cont],[-perf][-cont], [-perf][-cont] y [-perf][-cont]). Las combinanciones de tiempo y aspecto anteriores dan lugar a un número importante de tiemposverbales:
 Simples que sintácticamente carecen de auxiliar e que incluyen los siguientes:
 Simples no continuos: Present simple, que se reconoce por no llevar sufijos TAM en la raíz; Past simple, que incluye una marca de pasado en la raíz, usualmente -ed en los verbos regulares y puede incluir -en e incluso umlaut en los verbos irregulares o fuertes;Future simple, marcado regularmente medianteun auxiliar (will, shall o sus formas negativas); Conditional, marcado regularmente por el auxiliar en tiempo pasado would (o su forma negativa).
 Continuos, equivalentes en general a "auxiliar (ser) + gerundio" en español, denotan acciones que se están realizando en el momento en que se habla. Morfológicamente los tiempos continuos terminan en -ing: Present continuous; Past continuous
Compuestos, que denotan acciones terminadas y por tanto aspecto perfectivo:
 Compuestos no-continuos: Present perfect; Past perfect; Future perfect.
 Continuos, similares a los simples continuos: Present perfect continuous; Past perfect continuous
El siguiente cuadro resume los tiempos anteriores, para el verbo write 'escribir':
Simple tenses Perfect tenses
- Continuous + Continuous - Continuous+ Continuous
Present
I write I am writing I have written I have been writing
Past
I wrote I was writing I had written I had been writing
Future
I shall/will write I shall/will be writing I shall/will have written I shall/will have been writing
Conditional
I would write
[editar]Verbos en pasado
Dependiendo de si son regulares o no, los verbos tienen distintos pasados, que son dos:
Pasado simple, equivalente a cualquier pasado en español
 Pasado del participio, equivalente al participio en español.
[editar]Verbos irregulares
Esta es una lista de algunos verbos irregulares ingleses:
Infinitivo Pasado simple Participio
to be was/were been
to become became become
to begin began begun
to bite bit bitten
to break broke broken
to bring brought brought
to build builtbuilt
to burn burned o burnt burned o burnt
to buy bought bought
to catch caught caught
to come came come
to cost cost cost
to cut cut cut
to dig dug dug
to do did done
to draw drew drawn
to drink drank drunk
to drive drove driven
to eat ate eaten
to fall fell fallen
to feel felt felt
to fight fought fought
to find found found
to fly flew flown
to get got gotten*
to give gavegiven
to go went gone
to grow grew grown
to have had had
to hear heard heard
to hide hid hidden
to hit hit hit
to hold held held
to hurt hurt hurt
to keep kept kept
to know knew known
to learn learned learned o learnt
to leave left left
to lie lay lain
to lose lost lost
to make made made
to mean meant meant
to pay paid paid
to put put put
to read read read
to ride rode ridden
toring rang rung
to run ran run
to say said said
to see saw seen
to sell sold sold
to send sent sent
to set set set
to show show/shown/showed shown
to sing sang sung
to sink sank sunk
to sit sat sat
to smell smelled smelled o smelt
to speak spoke spoken
to spell spelled spelled o spelt
to spend spent spent
to spill spilled spilled o spilt
to spoil spoiled spoiled o spoilt
to standstood stood
to steal stole stolen
to stick stuck stuck
to sweep swept swept
to swim swam swum
to take took taken
to teach taught taught
to tear tore torn
to tell told told
to think thought thought
to throw threw thrown
to understand understood understood
to wake woke woken
to wear wore worn
to win won won
to write wrote written
*El uso de "gotten" se ha disminuido en el Reino Unido...
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