What do you mean by the sequence of tenses?

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manisha
Asked 9 years ago

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Tense is a grammatical term referring to time of occurance. Thus, past, present and future are the principal tenses. Each Tense is subdivided into perfect, indefinite and continuous. arranging the verb forms in proper sequence according to Tense is sequence of tenses. Thus sequence of 'go' is go, went gone. 

Gulshan Kumar Ajmani
Answered 9 years ago
Gulshan Kumar Ajmani

The sequence of tenses is the principle in accordance with which the tense of the verb in a subordinate clause follows the tense of the verb in the principal clause.The sequence of tenses applies chiefly to adverb clauses of purpose and noun clauses
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rambabu
Answered 7 years ago
rambabu

dnt knw
Aakash Agarwal
Answered 6 years ago
Aakash Agarwal

Tenses are divided into past present and future tenses and you should these tenses accordingly.
V.R.JOTHIBASSU
Answered 6 years ago
V.R.JOTHIBASSU

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