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Old February 11, 2024, 12:43 PM
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Translate the phrase: "Present tense"


Google was driving me crazy today because it could not just translate the phrase "present tense" from grammar, as in the present tense. It just kept giving me results about using the present tense and all I wanted was to know how the phrase is said and written in Spanish. You know like in Spain when a Spanish teacher for Spanish people is going to teach the present tense of Spanish grammar and would tell their class.... "Today we are going to talk about the present tense" But of course this would be said in Spanish. So what Spanish words or phrase would be used for the phrase.... "present tense"?

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Any of these can be used, depending on the audience:
El tiempo presente
El presente simple
El presente simple de indicativo
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