What is the present tense of using?
The present tense of use is using.
The present tense of used is: I/You/We/They use. He/She/It uses. The present participle is using.
Using the verb 'do': Simple past tense: did Present perfect tense: I/You/We/They have done. He/She/It has done.
Yes, it's present tense. It's used when using the subjects he, she or it.
The present tense allows you to refer to things that are currently happening.
The pronoun 'I' can never be used correctly with the verb 'is.' Correct ways of using 'is' in present, past, and future tense include: I am (PRESENT TENSE) I was (PAST TENSE) I will (FUTURE TENSE) She/he is (PRESENT TENSE) She/he was (PAST TENSE) She/he will (FUTURE TENSE)
The past tense is watched. The present tense is: I/You/We/They watch. He/She/It watches. The present participle is watching. The future tense is will watch.
Well, I dont see why not?
Snows, as in, It snows a lot in Colorado. You can also indicate the present tense using the present participle: It is snowing.
sentences using present tense
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.
"using" is the present participle of the word "use", so the past tense will be "used".
"The child" takes the third person singular conjugation of a verb. For the verb be, present tense is "is", and past tense is "was".
What is the past tense of Array
"Which" is used as a determiner and a pronoun - it doesn't have a tense.
'Takes' is used in the present tense when using the subjects he, she or it.
No. When you say you have seen something, you are using present perfect tense.
It appears to be using the subjunctive mood rather than the present tense (When it is older...). The dog is not currently older, a counterfactual condition. The statement itself is an opinion, not a fact. All these point to the subjunctive mood rather than the present tense.
Using " Has " is referred a past tense. Such as: He has taken the garbage out already. Using " Is " for example is referred a Present tense. Such as: He is taking out the garbage.
The present progressive tense is formed using this structure: Subject + auxiliary verb "be" + present participle. So: I am working You/We/They are working He/She/It is working The present progressive tense is used to talk about actions that are happening now and actions that will be happening in the future.
The tense you are asking for is the present perfect tense. The present perfect tense of 'draw' is: I/You/We/They have drawn. Note: if you were using the subjects he, she or it then it would be "has drawn". This tense also uses the past participle of 'draw' rather than the simple past tense. The simple past tense of draw can't be used with 'have'.
she loves her parents
I go there everyday.
I know he is there.
i go to school.
Has run is correct when you are using the present perfect tense.
I am sitting in a canteen
Yes, when using the present perfect tense.
future tense using: will - I will repair the car tomorrow. going to - He is going to repair the car on the weekend. present continuous - I am repairing the house to morrow.
Well, don't is used when the subject is in present tense, and wasn't used in past tense.
Using the verb 'laugh' Past tense - I laughed. Present tense - I laugh/He laughs. Future tense - I will laugh.
Present tense - clean. Past tense - cleaned. Present tense - work. Past tense - worked. Present tense - play. Past tense - played.
The doctor is taking my blood pressure.
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Be is present tense, Being is present progressing tense, and been is past tense
How do you rewrite this sentence in past tense He rides motorcycles using great awareness and caution?
Present tense: He rides motorcycles using great awareness and caution. Past tense: He rode motorcycles using great awareness and caution. Future tense: He will ride motorcycles using great awareness and caution. (Note the verb change)
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.
"you do" is present tense. The past tense is "you did" and the future tense is "you will do".
has is present tense, had is past tense
No 'is' is present tense. am/is/are = present tense was/were = past tense
Learning is the present participle of learn. By its self learning is not singular or plural. Using - be verb + learning - will make a singular or plural verb phrase. eg: I am learning the piano. -- present tense She is learning the piano. -- present tense I was learning the piano. -- past tense She was learning the piano. -- past tense
Past tense: I heard dogs bark. Present tense: I hear dogs bark. Future tense: I will hear dogs bark.
"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