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The purpose of a verb is to indicate when the something/action happens. Identifying the right verb depends on the form (positive, negative or question) and the usage which looks at the situation in which verb tense is being used in.
There are several types of verb tense; present simple (adding s/es at the end of the verb except when using nouns such as I, we, you, they). The negative form of this tense is that the auxiliary verb - \"do\" not is combined to give \"do not or don't\", the question form will start with \"do\". Other tenses are present to show that something started in the past and has continued up until now continuous where Such actions which are happening at time of speaking are expressed by present continuous tense. Present Continuous tense also called Present progressive tense. This uses the verb ?am or is or are? is used in sentence. The base verb + ing (present participle) is used as main verb in sentence. The question form will start with \"are\" (the verb + subject). Present perfect is formed with a present tense form of \"to have\" in addition to the past participle of the verb. The present perfect continuous is used to show that something started in the past and has continued up until now. For example, \"I have been dieting for the last twenty years.\"