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Present tense forms in English grammar are used to describe detail the process of an event or action. One day, my dad was driving and stopped at a red light. Then, he looked back and saw me.My dad was driving and stopped at a red light. Then, he looked back and saw me.

Events that have ended or are still going on To emphasise the completion of a recent event, we employ the present perfect simple with action verbs. The present perfect continuous is used to describe about ongoing events or activities that began in the past and are still ongoing now.

The tense of a verb that expresses activity in the present tense, as in She writes, and she is now writing. 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.

Subject + V1 + s/es + Object (Singular) Subject + V1 + Object (Plural)

I have been writing articles on different topics since morning. He has been reading the book for two hours. I have been listening to melodious songs for an hour.

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