The present tense word for write is just "write" and past tense is wrote.
I write - this is present tense. Past tense would be I wrote. However, the infinitive "to write" is always present tense. It must be accompanied with a present, future or past tense finite verb. I like to write I will like to write I liked to write
The present tense of wrote is write.
Write is the present tense. The past tense is wrote, and the past participle is written.
The present progressive tense of write is:I am writing.You/We/They are writing.He/She/It is writing.
Past tense - wrote Past participle - written Present tense - write/writes Present participle - writing Future tense - will write
Yes, "write" is a present tense verb.For example:I write my name on the last page of all company documents.
For a past tense sentence such as "He ran." -- Simply change the verb to present tense, "He runs."
The past perfect tense is 'I had written'.The present perfect tense is 'I/you/we/they have written. He/she/it has written.
in a diary who write a diary entry in past tense