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- Action at the present time
- A state of being
- A habitual action
- An occurrence in the near future
- An action that occurred in the past and continues up to the present
English present tense
In English, the present tense is subdivided into the following forms:
- Present Simple: "I go to school every day."
- Present Continuous: "You are being rude." (at this moment)
- Present Perfect Simple: "I have had two computers."
- Present Perfect Continuous: "She has been living in London for a year."
Strictly speaking, these different present tenses are actually aspects.
Spanish present tense
In Spanish, the present tense is used almost identically to that of English. Conjugation:
French present tense
In French, the present tense is used almost identically to that of English. Conjugation:
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