Q: tense とはどういう意味ですか?
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Q: you're tense とはどういう意味ですか?
A: You aren't comfortable
Q: I'm tensed とはどういう意味ですか?
A: 意味は「私は緊張している」です。
Q: tense とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It can be taken as forms of verb- past tense..present tense.
More probably you are looking for 'stress'..it also means stress


Q: tense を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Expressions
1. The room feels very tense right now.
2. My legs are really tense.
Q: wish+past tense を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: I wished to become a singer when I was a child.
I would always wish for my own Unicorn before I went to sleep as a kid.
I used to spend so much time wishing for something to change instead of applying effort.
Q: tense を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: There are two meanings of tense
For the first (most common) one, you can say things like:
I feel tense
You seem tense
The atmosphere was tense
It was a tense moment

The second meaning is tense as in 'past tense' (過去形)'future tense' etc. But that one isn't used so much in sentences
Q: whether. Please in different tenses を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: You will come with us whether you want or not.


Q: tense と nervous はどう違いますか?
A: it’s about the feeling per se.
You would feel anxious when nervous, and feel more stiff (can be bodily and/or mentally) when you experience tenseness.

الترجمة التقريبية
Nervous: متوتر
Tense: متوتر كثيراً
Q: tense と tight はどう違いますか?
A: 兩個都是緊

像是一件太小的衣服穿了不就跟身體緊緊的貼住了嗎 就可以用tight
Q: tense と uptight はどう違いますか?
A: Tense = nervous, usually about a certain thing. "He was tense as the teacher gave out the test."
Uptight = angry and tense, being overly controlling as a result. "She was being uptight, and wouldn't let us have any fun."
"Stop being so uptight"
Q: tensetense はどう違いますか?
A: Yes it's a noun... He says that Indonesian doesn't use different tenses

So it's like in Chinese where you don't have to state when something happened
Q: past tenses! I've got と I got! I wrote "I've got" and it counts as a mistake :( はどう違いますか?
A: The simplest way to explain them may be:

"I got"="I get" (past tense). Refer to @zerenamoon's examples above.

"I've got"= "I have". Refer to @zerenamoon's examples above.


Q: are these tenses correct? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Has just received
Q: when you’re ready,, you can get started “
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Q: I am studying present tenses for the future .is it correct? は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
A: ‘When are you leaving?’

‘Where are you staying?’

Well done! :)
Q: how many tenses in English? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: There are 3 basic tenses - past, present, and future. But actually there are 12 (I'll use the verb eat as an example.):

present simple - I eat
present continuous - I am eating
present perfect - I have eaten
present perfect continuous - I have been eating

past simple - I ate
past continuous - I was eating
past perfect - I had eaten
past perfect continuous - I had been eating

future simple - I will eat
future continuous - I will be eating
future perfect - I will have eaten
future perfect continuous - I will have been eating

According to there are 16 tenses, but I can't imagine what they would be. I wish someone would tell me.
Q: can in past and future tenses は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: past = could
past negative = could not
present negative = cannot
future = will
future negative = will not


Q: which tenses should I use with;
over the last week and
over the last weeks.
A: I would use the present perfect or present perfect continuous.

e.g. "Over the last week I've got to know him a lot better"

"It's been raining a lot over the last few weeks."
Q: I hope you will help me.
I am hoping you will help me.
I hoped you would help me.
I was hoping you would help me.
I wish you would help me.

I heard tenses of these sentences are all same.really?
A: I don't really agree with that answer.

If you ask for help in a shop (for example) a longer sentence is usually more polite:

Can you help?
Can you help me?
I wonder, can you help me?
I wonder, could you possibly help me?
I wonder, could you possibly help me please?

This is generally true. A more roundabout phrase tends to be more polite. (And of course, with "please".)

I don't think the tense is involved at all, and certainly you would never say "wish" in this context.

Also, as @xSummer pointed out "I hoped you would help me." is not useful in this situation (see my examples).
Q: Which tenses I should use after the expression below ?
“When I was _____, I _____. “ the Past Indefinite tense form or the Past Continues tense form ? I know we often use “would” with that expression, like “When I was younger, I would read____________. “
I wonder if I can use Past Continues tense form here as well , like “ When I was younger I was reading ____________. “
A: You can also use Past Indefinite in that case. Past Continuous is used when you emphasize the duration of the action or if it is interrupted by another action. e.g. "I was reading for two hours yesterday" or "When I was reading my mum came home".
Q: I am asking about tenses.

I am puzzled by tenses for a long time. Especially, Present tense and past tense.

When I am going to ask my friend's feeling. What should I say.
'Do you feel better?'
'Did you feel better?'

Moreover, if I want to describe a status. Let's say, My friend is drunk (he still drunk at this time). What should I say?
'He's drunk'
'He was drunk'

A: Hi!
"Do you feel better?" is correct, or you could ask "Are you feeling better?" (This is used often).

If your friend is drunk you would say "He's drunk" since he is still drunk. If he is not drunk anymore, then you would use "He was drunk".

Hope that helps!
Q: it is had the desired effect..
what tenses the sentence use? この表現は自然ですか?
A: it had the desired effect