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Past tense (today)

Which one is true and why? A. Today, she is absent. B. Today, she was absent Is "today" considered as present or past time? Please help. Thanks.
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How to say “for watching” or “to watch”?

Guys, help me pls! How to say correctly: "Subscribe to our channel for watching more videos about..." or "Subscribe to our channel to watch more videos about..."? Thank you!
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Future meaning: “I'm seeing” vs “ I'll see”

Could you please explain to me why they use the Simple Future "I'll see" in Sentence 8? (in the attached picture). I answered "I'm seeing" because i thought that "the meeting is set (tomorrow) and ...
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Can I use only past simple in this sentence?

I have a sentence which I think is fine. But maybe I should change the second part from past simple to past perfect. It’s an entry on my website. Please help. July 2015: I organised my first family ...
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Present Perfect's explanations vs What it really is?

First of all, I wish to say I'm kind of confused about the explanations for the present perfect and what really is the present perfect. I've came across many sites saying that the Present Perfect is: ...
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How does Present Continuous [used in repetetive situations] sound to a native speaker?

We know that grammatically the Present Simple tense is used when we're speaking about some mundane, every day, usual situations (especially when we list them) For example, every day I drink a cup ...
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what is the most important in this sentence the present relevance or the fact that this event belongs to the past?

http://fluencyspace.com/exercises/mixed-past-tenses/ It is great to tell people that I have seen (see) the tallest building in the world! I know the answer is present prefect but I think the"...