How do you write in present tense?

You can write in present tense by simply using the root form of the word. However, if you’re writing in third person singular, you need to add -s, -ies, or -es. First person singular: I go swimming every day. Third person singular: She goes swimming every day.

How do you use past and present tense in a sentence?

It’s fine to use the present and the past here. After all, that’s what happens: as you say, you paid the deposit in the past and pay the rent in the present. Tenses should agree in the same clause, but it’s very common to have multiple tenses in the same sentence.

What other word can I use instead of I?

What is another word for I?

I for one I myself
I personally me
myself yours truly
me personally personally
for me ourself

What is present tense and past tense?

Grammarly. ยท Grammar. Verbs come in three tenses: past, present, and future. The past is used to describe things that have already happened (e.g., earlier in the day, yesterday, last week, three years ago). The present tense is used to describe things that are happening right now, or things that are continuous.

What are some present tense words?

Present Tense Verbs

  • the base form: go, see, talk, study, etc.
  • the base form plus ‘s’ (or ‘es’) for 3rd person singular: goes, sees, asks, studies. (For example, Joe goes to school, Ann sees a bird, Bill talks a lot, but he also studies.)
  • and the base form plus ‘ing’: going, seeing, talking, studying.

What are the examples of present tense and past tense?

50 Examples of Present Tense, Past Tense and Past Participle

V1 Base Form V2 Simple Past
2 Beat beat
3 become became
4 begin began
5 bend bent