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John Adney
Answered: Apr 03, 2017
Shouldn't this answer be present perfect tense? Have read is the verb. If it was present progressive it would be are reading.

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W. Kaye, Ex-Marine
Answered: Jun 13, 2019
Lay and lie are two action words. You might think they have the same meaning if you do not properly study the two words and know how they are used. The differences between lay and lie at times...Read More

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W. Kaye, Ex-Marine
Answered: Aug 22, 2019
The phrase 'get it' on its own would typically only be used as either an imperative or a question. For example, 'I get it' means, 'I understand.' Get it means that the speaker realizes something....Read More

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W. Pratt, Marketing Analyst
Answered: Aug 27, 2019
In the English language, most people speak and write in the present or past tense. This means that the verbs that they use in their sentences are in the past or present tense. However, usually,...Read More

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L.Steven
Answered: Jan 07, 2018
The perfect tense of a verb describes the perfected action in a sentence. It can be the present perfect, the past perfect, or simply the future perfect, depending on the sentence and the person...Read More

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R. Barnes, Analyst
Answered: Jun 13, 2019
Suffix and prefix are words that are added to the root word to change its meaning or to modify the entire word. The use of suffix and prefix is something that is very common in English language....Read More

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John Adney
Answered: Mar 06, 2017
Chloe
The answer to the question is past progressive

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Sd.shakiba
Answered: Dec 08, 2019

It will die.

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Rpsanche
Answered: Sep 02, 2017
Don't you think this answer is wrong? Shouldn't the answer be present continuous? Although Dong-Bang Stinky is planning for a future event,the planning is being done right now. She "IS PLANNING"...Read More

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John Adney
Answered: May 24, 2017
There is a grammarical error in this question. Did you spot it?

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John Adney
Answered: Jun 08, 2017
Uestions and Answers1.I didn't get the job because I...Read More

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Robert Hazlewood, Senior Executive
Answered: Jul 29, 2019
The French word imparfait is the imperfect English tense, and passe compose present perfect tense in English. Imparfait speaks to past situations, and passe compose speaks of specific...Read More

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John Adney
Answered: May 16, 2017
I'm not really sure but I think it is Present progressive?

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Sammydinho
Answered: Jan 21, 2020

It is present continuous tense.

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John Adney
Answered: Nov 29, 2016

The correct answer to the above question is

(C) He stayed there four days.

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