The present perfect tense of "ask" is "have asked."
The timeless ethnographic present is the concept of studying a people as you can view them at a specific time and then writing about it, in an ethnography, as if it was how they always were. It is the lack of the historical view of a people and is often thought of in modern anthropology in a bad way because it assumes that primitive peoples don't have a history in the same way we do and that they exist in this constant state, the timeless ethnographic present.
In the present tense, the word "use" can be used to describe the act of utilizing something for a specific purpose or function. For example, "I use my phone to communicate with others" or "She uses her laptop for work."
The present tense of "sit" is "sits" when referring to third person singular (he, she, it) and "sit" when referring to first person (I) or plural (we, you, they).
"Is" is the present tense form of the verb "to be" and "has" is the present tense form of the verb "to have."
The present progressive tense of "bury" is "is burying" or "are burying," depending on the subject.
The present perfect tense of "hurt" is "have/has hurt."
No, "begun" is not a present tense verb. It is the past participle form of the verb "begin" and is used to create past perfect or present perfect tense. The present tense of "begin" is "begins" (third person singular) or "begin" (first/second person singular and all plural forms).
The present tense of "clap" is "claps."
The present tense of "sank" is "sink."
The present tense form of the word "look" is "looks."
Assignments are typically done in the present tense as they are instructions or tasks given to students to complete at the present time. However, it is important to follow the specific guidelines or instructions provided by the teacher or professor, as they may specify a different tense.
The present tense form of the word "have" is "have".
The present tense of "raised" is "raise."
The present tense of the word "hurry" is "hurries."
To use the present perfect tense in asking questions, you start with the auxiliary verb "have" followed by the subject, and then the past participle of the main verb. For example: "Have you finished your homework?" or "Has she seen that movie?"
I/you/we/they determine. He/she/it determines.
The present participle is determining.
The present progressive of "forget" is "is forgetting."
The present perfect tense of "lay" is "have laid."
Yes, the question should be answerable in the same tense. If the question is asked in present tense, the answer should also be given in present tense.
Past tense: The cat chased the mouse. Present tense: The cat is chasing the mouse.
The word "giving" is in the present participle tense.
The word "how" is not a tense. It is typically used as an adverb to ask about the manner or way in which something is done.
Choose is the present tense of chosen.
"Today, I choose to live my life to the fullest."