What is the past tense future tense and present tense of send?
The past tense is sent.
The future tense is will send.
The present tense is:
- I/You/We/They send.
- He/She/It sends.
No, this is not correct. 'Yesterday' indicates past time but 'send' is the present tense of the verb. It is not idiomatic to use the perfect tense with 'yesterday'. The past tense should be used. Here are some possible constructions: Past tense: 'You sent [it] yesterday.' 'Did you send [it] yesterday?' Perfect tense: 'You have sent [it] already; there is no need to send it again.' 'Have you sent [it] yet?'
Several ways. "Voy a mandarte un beso." (I am going to send you a kiss). "Te mandaré un beso." (I will send you a kiss). Or, a third way "Envio a ti un beso." (I send you a kiss). The last one would not be used in English in that way, but in Spanish it is perfectly OK to used the present tense to speak of the near future.
"These report are sent" is more nearly correct: To form the present passive tense of "send", the verb form of "send" should be its past participle, which is "sent" rather than "send". However, this is still not correct, because "These" does not agree in number with "report". Either "these reports" or "this report" should be used instead.