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Which tense do we use when we are doing something as we speak? (verbs like: admit, promise, apologize, agree, declare…)
Which tense is typically used in proverbs or various sayings?
Which tense do we use when we want to indicate that something is annoying to us or somebody does something that is irritating or amusing?
Which tense do we use when the situation we are talking about is permanent?
Which tense do we usually use in combination with expressions such as: “for the time being, currently, this week”?
Which tense do we use more often when we want to be friendly or more polite or express hesitation when we are not sure about someone's reaction? (e.g. with the verb “wonder”)
Which tense do we usually use when we want to indicate that there is a kind of development in something or a change (e.g. in particular situation)?
Which tense do we commonly use in combination with expressions such as: “these days, nowadays”?
Which tense do reporters usually use when creating a headline for their articles?
Which tense do we typically use for events (not for background actions) when telling stories or jokes?