I was asked to write a paragraph in the simple past tense. I had no idea how to do this so I asked for help on the web and someone wrote this for me.
It is "show/shows".
You is a pronoun and pronouns don't show tense. Verbs show tense. You walk to school. - present simple, verb walk You walked to school - past simple, verb walked = past tense of walk.
There is no simple continuous tense past or present.Present simple tense has only one verb. eg I talk to the dog.Present continuous tense has be verb + present participle eg I am talking to the dog.Here is a paragraph using present simple:My name is Joe. I come from Ekatahuna. I am married. We liveon a farm and have lots of cows and sheep. My wife works at the local high school but I spend all my day on the farm. I enjoy farm work. - verbs in bold.We don't usually write using one tense but here is a paragraph in present continuous:My family are all staying at the beach house. My brother Bob is taking his sons fishing. My wife and Bob's wife are sitting on the deck having a cup of tea. I am reading the news paper. The sun is shining.
The simple past tense is 'showed'. The past participle is 'shown'.
Answers.com will not write paragraphs for you but we will help you write them yourself.To use the present continuous tense you should use the following structure:Subject + Auxiliary Verb "Be" + Present Participle of the verb.For example, the verb "speak" in the present continuous tense would look like this:I am speaking.You/We/They are speaking.He/She/It is speaking.
Shown is the past participle of the verb show. The simple past tense is showed.
Past Tense (Simple & Continuous).
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The past participle of show is shown. Show is an irregular verb, which is a verb where the simple past and the past participle tenses are often different. The simple past tense of show is showed.
Their is not a verb so it does not show tense.
to show - shows - showed - shown (archaic: shewed - shewn) The present tense is: I/you/we/they show He/she/it shows