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rhondanalley

  • one year ago

Thank's new to all this.the tense of a verb indicates

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    The tense of a verb indicates time. It will show whether an action took place in the past, the present, or the future. Example: I ran (past), I run (present), I will run (future) - these tenses of the verb 'run' all indicate time.

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