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Past tense - was/were

Present tense - am/are/is


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

The verb 'be' can take on several diffent; 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

The past participle is cultured. The present participle is culturing.

The past participle is cultured. The present participle is culturing.

Present participle - breaking Simple past - broke Past participle - broken

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

That we use the exact same word in all present, past and past perfect forms.

No. The word "is" (along with are) represents the present tense of the verb to be.The past tense forms are was and were.

Past tense - was and were. Present tense - am, is and are.

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.

Cut is the same for all forms present past and past participle.I cut my hand. - presentI cut my hand yesterday. - pastI have cut my hand many times now. - past participlelet is another wordcost is another

past: became present: becomes/ becomming

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

Past - was and were. Present - am, is and are.

Present - am. Past - was and were.

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

Present tense - am, is and are. Past tense - was and 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.

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

Past participle is used in the formation of present perfect tense forms, and the present participle forms are used in the formation of several present tense verbs.

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.

The past tense of 'present' is presented.

past- sent , present-is sending

do is present tense. did is past tense.

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