By merely using the root form of the word, you can write in the present tense. If you're writing in the third person singular, though, you'll need to use -s, -ies, or -es. I go swimming every day in the first person singular. She swims every day in the third person singular.

The present tense is a linguistic phrase for verbs that depict action that is currently taking place. The verb in the sentence "I eat" is an example of present tense.

The present tense is used to depict events that are currently taking place or that are ongoing. Things that haven't happened yet are described in the future tense (e.g., later, tomorrow, next week, next year, three years from now).

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