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Related Terms

Related Terms for Simple Tense:

  • Tense: In grammar, tense refers to the time of an action or event. Simple tense is a category of verb tenses that express actions or states in a simple, non-continuous form.
  • Present Tense: The present tense is used to describe actions happening in the current moment or general truths. It is formed differently depending on the verb group (regular, irregular, or semi-regular).
  • Past Tense: The past tense is used to describe actions or states that have already happened. It is formed by adding specific endings to the verb stem, which vary depending on the verb group.
  • Future Tense: The future tense is used to describe actions or states that will happen in the future. It is typically formed by adding specific endings or auxiliary verbs to the verb stem, depending on the verb group.
  • Conjugation: Conjugation refers to the process of changing a verb to match its subject in person, number, and tense. Verbs in French have different conjugations for different subjects and tenses.