Math and Arithmetic

# What are the 12 tenses?

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present tense

past tense

future tense

present perfect tense

past perfect tense

future perfect tense

present progressive tense

past progressive tense

future progressive tense

present perfect progressive tense

past perfect progressive tense

future perfect progressive tense

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