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Past tense - was and were.

Present tense - am, is and are.

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past: I was; you were; he/she/it was present: I am; you are; he/she/it is


The word Tanzania is a noun. In English, nouns do not have past or present forms, only 'verbs' have past and present forms.


Past tense - was/were Present tense - am/are/is


The verb 'be' can take on several diffent forms.am; is; are; was; were; be; being; been there are 8I am presentit is; he is presentwe are; you are; they are presentI was; he was; it was pastwe were; you were; they were pastwill be futurei like being presenti have been past


Have is not a "to be" verb. Present tense forms of be: am/is/are Past tense forms of be: was/were Being is the present participle, and been is the past participle.


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Am is the first person singular present tense of be.I amWe areYou areHe/she/it isThey areThe past tense forms of be are:I wasWe wereYou wereHe/she/it wasThey were


Am, is, and are are present tense forms of be. The past tense forms of be are was and were. The future tense of be is will be.


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am is are - are all present be verbswas were - are the past formsbeen is the past participle


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Past tense - I was eating. They were eating. Was and Were are the past tense forms of the verb "to be". The present tense forms are: is, am and are. She is eating. I am eating. We are eating.


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The be verb is the most common and the most irregular verb in English. It has 8 different forms:base form -- bepresent forms -- am / is / arepast forms -- was / werepast participle -- beenpresent participle -- being


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