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Present Tense

Introduction simple present and the present progressive.

We use simple present to express actions in our daily routine life. We choose the simple present when we want to describe daily events, or as narrative form for stories that take place in the present. 538 more words

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The Perfect Tense

I was going to start an analysis of William Carlos Williams’s “This Is Just To Say,” but I got distracted by verb tense. I have very strong feelings about tenses, and I have an ongoing disagreement with one of my favorite professors about the perfect tense. 856 more words


Sag mir wo die Blumen sind

I am grateful to Susan for sharing her memories of the German rendition of ,,Where have all the fowers gone”, sung by the one and only Marlene Dietrich. 276 more words