Question
27 Nov 2020

  • Japanese
  • English (US)
  • English (UK)
Question about English (US)

In Japanese, the present tense of action verbs expresses habitual actions or future actions. Whether the action is a habitual one or future one can be determined by the use of frequency or time adverbs (like "often" and "tomorrow"), or by context.

I wanted to explain this concept in English. Do these sentences above sound natural? Thank you for your help!
Answers
Read more comments

  • English (US)

  • English (US)
[News] Hey you! The one learning a language!

Share this question
Similar questions
Newest Questions
Topic Questions
Recommended Questions