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  • What is the correct tense for the following sentence: Have you read the book yet?
    What is the correct tense for the following sentence: Have you read the book yet?
    Shouldn't this answer be present perfect tense? Have read is the verb. If it was present progressive it would be are reading.

  • What is the meaning of past tense (in the English language)?
    What is the meaning of past tense (in the English language)?
    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 relating the sentence. Verbs that are changed to the perfect tense often employ have or had in the sentence. In the present perfect sentence for instance, there are two verbs, simply because it is a compound tense. As for the sentence mentioned, changing it to the perfect tense would mean adding a has or have and changing the verb to the future or the past depending on your preference. The best answer available is that the company has given raises to its employees.

  • What is the correct tense for the following sentence? I was studying all night for that history test.
    What is the correct tense for the following sentence? I was studying all night for that history test.
    ChloeThe answer to the question is past progressive

  • Dong-Bang Stinky is planning to come to my house next week.
    Dong-Bang Stinky is planning to come to my house next week.
    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" - in the present tense. If this were simple future it would read "Dong-Bang Stinky will plan to come to my house next week".

  • Mark : what does Mack do?Jonh : Hes a teacher. He __________ in the junior high school.
    Mark : what does Mack do?Jonh : Hes a teacher. He __________ in the junior high school.
    There is a grammarical error in this question. Did you spot it?

  • My boss really annoys me. She shouts all the time.I wish she .
    My boss really annoys me. She shouts all the time.I wish she .
    Uestions and Answers1.I didn't get the job because I can't

  • What is the correct tense for the following sentence: Are you still going to be walking home after school?
    What is the correct tense for the following sentence: Are you still going to be walking home after school?
    I'm not really sure but I think it is Present progressive?

  • What is the most appropriate word to complete sentence given below? He / stay / there / four days.
    What is the most appropriate word to complete sentence given below? He / stay / there / four days.
    (C)  He stayed there four days. Stay is regular, so you add ed. You don't use did in the affirmative form.

  • What is the difference between Lay and Lie?
    What is the difference between Lay and Lie?
    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 depend on how they are used in a sentence. Lay simply means to place something down in a position of rest. For example: you can lay the books on the table, in other words, it means you can put the books on the table. You can also use lay when you are referring to the process by which eggs are being produced by animals. On the other hand, lie simply means to rest in a horizontal position on a surface. It also means to remain at a position for a specific time. while lay literally means to place something down in a position of rest, lie simply talks about an object that is already resting. Lie also means to give false information deliberately.

  • Do many animals die in the cold?
    Do many animals die in the cold?
    Why Isnt it will die

  • Do kids still play with toys?
    Do kids still play with toys?
    Yes, kids still play with toys. The right grammar is to use ‘do’. Children are innocent and are attracted towards everything you put in front of them. If you put tablets and mobile phones into view, they will be attracted towards them. However, if you put different toys into view, they will start playing with them. It is said that children are clean and innocent. They tend to adapt certain qualities that are inflicted on them. Hence, children will go towards their usual environment, which is why it is essential to take care of the things happening around children, for their own good.

  • I ________ my husband at high school.
    I ________ my husband at high school.
    Thi answer is incorrect it would be, i met my husband at high school.

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