"Has" is in present tense. The past tense is "had".
the word "was" is in the past, but the present tense of "was" is are
"received" is the past tense. The present tense of that word is "receive"
The word 'ask' is in the present tense.
The verb 'is' is the present singular tense of the word are. She is going to the store. The verb 'are' is the present plural tense of the word is. They are going shopping. Note: Both is and are are known of the Present Tense Verb "To Be"
The word industry doesn't have a past tense or a present tense as it is a noun.
do is present tense. did is past tense.
Present tense: I am We are You are He/She/It is They are The future tense is "will be".
Yes - are is a present tense plural 'be' verb.
The present tense of the word offer is ''offer''.
Yes, the word explain is in the present tense.
Have is in present tense. Had is past tense. I have a banana. - present I had a banana. - past
The simple present tense is do.
"IT is happen" does not mean anything; "it is happening" is a Present Tense - a Continuous Present Tense, to be more specific (not a "word").
Both. Present tense: I/you/we/they get. Future tense: Will get.
Know is present tense. Exmpl: I know that the word "know" is present tense The past tense of "Know" is "Knew" Exmpl: I knew that the word "knew" was past tense.
The present tense is returning.
Yes it is present tense.
You are is used in the present tense.
Have is already present tense.
Land is the present tense.
Greet is present tense.
Place is the present tense.
No its not it is a past tense word. Come is a present tense words. The difference is the a and o in the middle.
Will eat is the future tense of eat (present tense).
Present tense. Past tense would be "screamed".
"Send" is present tense; "Sent" is past tense.
The present tense of said is say.
The present tense of develop is develops.
The past tense of 'present' is presented.
The present tense word for thought is think.
The present tense word for sit is sitting
buy is the present tense.
The present tense of crept is creep.
Lay is the present tense of laid.
The verb 'shall' is the present tense.
Yes, "has" is a present tense verb.
The present tense of remember is remembers.
Past tense - was/were Present tense - am/are/is
The present tense of ground is grind.
Haul is the present tense of hauled.
Quit is the present tense of the word quit.
"Do" and "does" are in the present tense, the past tense form would be "did".
"Catch" is the present tense. "Will catch" is the future tense.
The word screams is present tense.
The word 'was' is the past tense of the verb 'to be': present tense I am he/she/it is we/you/they are past tense I/he/she/it was we/you/they were present participle being past participle been