My sister has attended night school for the past five years, and she will finally graduate at the end of July.
I am swimming.
You/we/they are swimming.
He/she/it is swimming.
There is no verb in the past perfect tense in that sentence. The past perfect tense of stop is had stopped. Stopped is the past tense.
The storm had stopped by early afternoon.
will be preparing
Mr and Mrs Kim
The Dobbs file a complaint with the main office, and a vice president has offered to personally investigate the problem.
Most of the basketball team
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Your sister had looked at many dresses before she chose one.
Future perfect is formed with will + have + past participle.
The past participle of repair is repaired, so the future perfect is -- will have repaired
He will have repaired the car by now.
... she has sponsored our ...
The statement is grammatically incorrect. The debate team did not place. The correct form is either that it took first place ... and in that case the verb is "to take". Or someone placed the debate team in first place in which case the sentence needs a subject or it has the passive verb. The correct answer depends on which of these is the correct form.
We have asked Madame Mathias if she will sponsor our French club?