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    SEEM

    Hello Sir,

    Could you please tell me how can we use the word 'SEEM' in all the tenses, i.e. PRESENT, PAST and FUTURE?

    HATIM HUSSAIN

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    Re: SEEM

    Quote Originally Posted by hatimhussain View Post
    Hello Sir,

    Could you please tell me how can we use the word 'SEEM' in all the tenses, i.e. PRESENT, PAST and FUTURE?

    HATIM HUSSAIN
    Present tense
    I seem
    You seem
    He/she/it seems
    We seem
    They seem

    Past tense
    I/you/he/we/they seemed

    Simple future tense
    I/you/he/we/they will seem
    "To seem" is a regular verb.

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    #3

    Re: SEEM

    Present Simple:
    I SEEM
    You SEEM
    We SEEM
    They SEEM

    He SEEMS
    She SEEMS
    It SEEMS


    Past Simple:
    I SEEMED
    You SEEMED
    He SEEMED
    She SEEMED
    It SEEMED
    We SEEMED
    They SEEMED


    Past Participle:
    I SEEMED
    You SEEMED
    He SEEMED
    She SEEMED
    It SEEMED
    We SEEMED
    They SEEMED

    Well, then you know that the other tenses (such as present continuos [ing form], present perfect, past perfect, future [will, goning to and would]) follow their corresponding rules.
    For example:
    Sby+ have/has+ Past Participle
    Sby+ will+ Verb Infinitive

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