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    simple present tense

    Hi
    What is the difference between the two sentences below ?
    1 They are nervous.
    2 They nervous.

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    Re: simple present tense

    The main difference is that the second is not a sentence. It has no verb.

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    Re: simple present tense

    Quote Originally Posted by learning67 View Post
    Hi
    What is the difference between the two sentences below ?
    1 They are nervous.
    2 They nervous.
    I'd say the first one. I think the second one is incorrect.

    Not a teacher.

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    Re: simple present tense

    learning67, for the second time, a better title would have been They are nervous.

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