posted by Karen .
Wondering if I have correctly identified each verb in the following sentences:
The role of education plays (simple present) a major role in successful financial planning. My Personal Finance class is helping (progressive present) me to learn how to budget successfully. I have seen (past perfect) many examples of different cash flow statements as well as different savings plans. I planned (simple past) on using these strategies in my personal life. Hopefully, I will be saving (perfect future) more with the knowledge I’m learning.
The second one is called "present progressive."
The third one is the present perfect.
The fifth one is simply "future."
past perfect = has helping verb "had" with it.
future perfect = helping verbs "will have" or "shall have" are used.