Known is the past participle of know. The present perfect tense of know is have/has known.
Known is the past participle of the verb know.
I/you/we/they have known. He/she/it has known.
The verb 'is' is the present singular tense of the word are. She is going to the store. The verb 'are' is the present plural tense of the word is. They are going shopping. Note: Both is and are are known of the Present Tense Verb "To Be"
There are actually 6: Present progressive tense Present perfect progressive tense Past progressive tense Past perfect progressive tense Future progressive tense Future perfect progressive tense The progressive tense is also known as the continuous tense.
The verb is is the present tense.
"Is" is present tense.
It was, (past tense) it is, (present tense) it will be( future tense)
Present tense:I amWe areYou areHe/She/It isThey arePast tense:I wasWe wereYou wereHe/She/It wasThey were
The past tense of did is did. The present tense of did is do. The future tense of did is will do.
"you do" is present tense. The past tense is "you did" and the future tense is "you will do".
No 'is' is present tense. am/is/are = present tense was/were = past tense
has is present tense, had is past tense
The present tense of the verb 'was' is is.
You can do either. Past tense is more popular, although some well known books such as the Hunger Games and Monsters of Men have used present tense. When present tense is used though, the books are usually written in first person aswell.
Be is present tense, Being is present progressing tense, and been is past tense
Present tense - clean. Past tense - cleaned. Present tense - work. Past tense - worked. Present tense - play. Past tense - played.
The present tense of did is do.
No, "was" is not in the present tense.
Inflect be by person and number in the present tense then put it before hiding. The progressive is not a tense but aspect also known as the continuative.
It is the present tense, but not true.
Past tense I had Present tense I have Future Tense I will have
Have is present tense. The past tense is had.
"Has" is in present tense. The past tense is "had".
Was and were is the past tense of are and is (present tense conjugations of be).Present tense:I amWe areYou areHe/She/It isThey arePast tense:I wasWe wereYou wereHe/She/It wasThey were
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