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present simple = run / runs

past simple = ran

present continuous = is running / are running

past continuous = was running / were running

present perfect = have run / has run

past perfect = had run

present perfect continuous = have been running/ has been running

past perfect continuous = had been running

future will = will run

future going to = going to run

future continuous = am running / is running

future perfect = will have run

future perfect continuous = will have been running

used to (past) = used to run

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