Present Tenses

Present continuous tense

Present Continuous Tense | Definition, Structure and Examples

Present Continuous Tense We need to use Present Continuous Tense when an action is going on and continuing in the near future. Present Continuous Tense takes ‘am’ ‘is’ ‘are’ as its helping verbs and ‘ing’ added at the end of the main verb. Let us see some examples: I am donating some foods for helpless …

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Present indefinite tense

Present Indefinite Tense | Definition, Structure and Example

Present Indefinite Tense We need to use Present Indefinite Tense to indicate a present action or habitual fact or eternal truth. If a sentence starts with the third-person singular number, then ‘s’ or ‘es’ are added to the main verb’s end. Let us see some examples of Present Indefinite Tense: Hasaan starts a new game. …

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