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What is the difference between "tense" and "time"?
I think that "tense" refers to a period of time (e.g. from 15:00 yesterday to 10:30 tomorrow), but "time" refers to a particular point in time which is usually stated in "hours:minutes" (e.g. at 15:25 Monday).
What is your opinion?
That is my reading .
This definition :
tense - Definition from Longman English Dictionary Online
That definition reads, my emphasis added, "any of the forms of a verb that show the time, continuance, or completion of an action or state that is expressed by the verb. 'I am' is in the present tense, 'I was' is past tense, and 'I will be' is future tense" I fail to see how you can interpret that to mean, " "tense" refers to a period of time".
Yes, you are right. Thank you for your help.