see: see, saw, seen, seeing

  • I see a girl. (Present tense.)
    Does she see me? (Present tense.)
    I see a girl. (Present tense.)
    She sees me. (Present tense.)
    I see geese. (Present tense.)
    The geese see me. (Present tense.)

    Yesterday, I saw thirty geese. (Past tense.)
    The geese saw me. (Past tense.)
    I had seen geese before. (Past perfect ("had" + past participle))
    I had never seen so many geese before then. (Past perfect ("had" + past participle))
    I hadn't seen flying geese before either. (Past perfect ("had" + past participle))
    I had seen ducks before. (Past perfect ("had" + past participle))
    Yesterday, I saw two more. (Past tense.)