Grade is already present tense.
Present tense - clean. Past tense - cleaned. Present tense - work. Past tense - worked. Present tense - play. Past tense - played.
Be is present tense, Being is present progressing tense, and been is past tense
"you do" is present tense. The past tense is "you did" and the future tense is "you will do".
Present tense: I am We are You are He/She/It is They are Past tense: I was We were You were He/She/It was They were
It was, (past tense) it is, (present tense) it will be( future tense)
The past tense of did is did. The present tense of did is do. The future tense of did is will do.
has is present tense, had is past tense
No 'is' is present tense. am/is/are = present tense was/were = past tense
"Is" is present tense.
The English language has many confusing present and past tenses. Surprisingly, "will" does not have a present tense. Its present tense is will only. Will is present tense the negative is won't and the past tense of will is would.
Studied is not a present tense verb. It is the past tense of study (present tense).
Have is in present tense. Had is past tense. I have a banana. - present I had a banana. - past
Grinning is the present tense of grin. Past tense: Grinned Present tense: Grinning
Past tense I had Present tense I have Future Tense I will have
Was and were is the past tense of are and is (present tense conjugations of be). Present tense: I am We are You are He/She/It is They are Past tense: I was We were You were He/She/It was They were
present tense and future tense
The past tense of "grade" would be "graded".
Have is present tense. The past tense is had.
"Has" is in present tense. The past tense is "had".
That sentence is present tense. "Is" is a present tense linking verb.
The present tense of did is do.
No, "was" is not in the present tense.
the simple present tense and the present tense.
Have and has are used in the present perfect tense and the present perfect continuous tense.
"Is" is the present tense of "to be". Other present tenses of "to be" are "am" and "are".
Are is the present tense of "be" Present : am/is/are Past : was/were future: will be
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
Present tense: I am We are You are He/She/It is They are The future tense is "will be".
it's present tense actually
Gather is a present tense.
"Teach" is in the present tense.
Should is present tense.
no it is past tense.. "smash" is present tense
do is present tense. did is past tense.
"is' is present tense. For past tense use was or were.
The simple present tense is "She tells a lie." "She is telling a lie" is the present progressive tense, also called the present continuous tense.
"Am flying" is the present continuous tense. The simple present tense is: I/You/We/They fly. He/She/It flies.
"Strike" is the present tense of struck. "Drive" is the present tense of drove.
"Say/Says" is the present tense. "Saying" is the gerund or present progressive tense.
Present perfect tense and present perfect continuous tense.
Creep is present tense. The past tense is crept.
Do is the present tense. The past tense is did. The past participle is done.
Surprise is present tense. The past tense is surprised.
Rain is present tense. The past tense is rained.