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    What's the other name of "Present Indefinite"?

    Hi,

    What's the other name of "Present Indefinite"? Is it "Present Simple" or "Simple Present"?

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    Re: What's the other name of "Present Indefinite"?

    Simple present.
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    Re: What's the other name of "Present Indefinite"?

    Both are fine. I use present simple.

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