What is the present tense?
The present tense (Latin tempus praesens ‘present tense’) is a grammatical tense and describes the present tense of a verb. It is a tense with which a verbal happening or being is characterized as present from the speaker’s point of view.
What is perfect example?
We use the German tense perfect for: completed actions in the past (mostly the result or the consequence of the action is in the foreground.) Example: Yesterday Michael tidied his office.
What is the present past and perfect tense?
the present tense: I’m learning German. the perfect: I learned German. the past tense / past tense: I learned German. the past perfect: I had learned German.
Which tense is that perfect?
The perfect is the perfect present. The act you are expressing in the perfect tense has recently been completed, almost presently. The perfect tense is particularly used in spoken language.
How is that perfectly formed elementary school?
The perfect tense is formed with the auxiliary verbs haben and sein and the participle II. The past participle is also known as the past participle. You can usually recognize it by the prefix ge and the ending -t (for weak verbs) or -en (for strong verbs).
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