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Which of the following sentences contains a verb in the present tense?

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You will have to provide the sentences to get an answer.  Better yet, you should give your answer and someone can tell you if that's correct.

"I am going" is present tense.  "I go" is present tense. "I went" is past tense.  "I have gone" is past perfect.  "I will go" is future.

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