the measures taken by past and present government to right agains discipline
England does not have it's own government, it is governed by the UK government.
There is a past, present, and future. There was a past; there is a present and there will be a future.
what is present past
Your question does make sense as you say how were and then you say at present day. You need to refer either entirely to the past or entirely to the present. In the present day there is not a Roman government, apart from the city council. Rome is the capital of Italy and the seat of the Italian government.
a good government and nation and people
the type of government is the same as englands government but America has more money then England
have = present had = past
"Have" is present. "Had" is past tense
past: I did, you did, he/she/it did; present: I do, you do, he/she/it/does
past: I was; you were; he/she/it was present: I am; you are; he/she/it is
Past - was and were. Present - am, is and are.
Present - am. Past - was and were.
Been (past) and is (present)
Present tense - am, is and are. Past tense - was and were.
The Federalists were against the Constitution. They wanted their government to be a monarchy -- more like Englands government.
Have is in present tense. Had is past tense. I have a banana. - present I had a banana. - past
Seek is present tense, and seeking is the present participle. Sought is the past tense and past participle.
Lead is present tense. The present participle is leading. Led is the past tense and past participle.
Present: I/You/We/They study. He/She/It studies. The present participle is studying. Simple past: studied. Past participle: studied.