What are the present past and future tenses of 'bet'?
Present tense - I bet.
Past tense - I bet.
Future tense - I will bet.
The future tense of the verb 'take' is 'to take' or 'will take', 'shall take', 'might take' and so on.. For example: We'd like to take dinner with the family. (future tense). We will take them to dinner tonight at Michael's restaurant. (future tense). Michael suggested we take seats near his wine room. (present tense). I thought of taking the seared prawns and fontina risotto. (noun, present tense). Our daughter is very taken with the…
The Local Area Network? It might help to start with the present. At present we're using LANs to communicate between computers at home and at work. LANs connect to each other and make WANs, or, as is the case at home usually, they connect to the Internet through a firewall. This architecture is proven and probably will not change in the foreseeable future. But with IPv6 coming out, we will have the ability to connect…
Savings? If you are in rehab, that is good, but you are responsible for your choices in the past--they carry forward in the future. Your best bet is to take advantage of all that is offered in rehab and follow through on the good advice you get. You may not agree, but it is wise to follow the advice until you get on top of your circumstances.
Financial spread betting is a complicated investing technique that relies heavily on chance and gambling. Simply, financial spread betting is a technique where an investor makes a bet on a stock's future price point, and a spread bet analyst offers predictions concerning where the stock's price point will go in the future. Both of these bets and prices are combined and the investor then decides whether to bet higher or lower based on the projected…
Unfortunately 'Betted' is not a word. As an attempt to conjugate the verb 'to bet', one would not add an 'ed' to the end. To put this verb into the past tense you would simply say 'bet' An example: Incorrect - I betted on the races the other day! Correct- I bet on the races the other day! or I have bet on those races! Hope I helped.
It is an argument in support of the death penalty sentence. The Best Bet Argument for the death penalty states that though we are not 100% sure that it (the death penalty) will deter or prevent future murders/crimes, we assume that as a fear for this maximum punishment, it will deter future crimes. Criminals will fear the idea of the death penalty and will therefore not commit murders.
Just like any other energy can be bad - fire can burn, electricity can shock... Nuclear energy can have harmful radiations that can damage without proper precautions. In addition, there are no very satisfying alternatives at present for disposing of nuclear waste, so proceeding with heavy nuclear energy development is a bet that the future will find good solutions.