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Present Tense uses the base form of a verb to describe current actions, events and states-of-being. Ex: I answer to no one.

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I realize that websites point out that these are "not usually used" in the present progressive, but "not usually" does not mean forbidden. It just means to be careful, make sure it makes sense in your …
answered Jan 1 by Michael Tuchman