Main Verb Tense
What is the main verb tense?
The main verb tense states the action of the subject.
The main verb tense can be in the infinitive/basic form (simple past/v2), past participle/v3 form.
-ed -ing -s -es are some common endings that can be added to the main verb according to the tense.
The main verb doesn't change form when used with an auxiliary verb.
- The cat eats fish.
- The cats eat the fish.
- The cat has eaten the fish.
- The cat ate the fish.
- The cat has been eating the fish.
- The cat will eat fish tonight.