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to present sth.

Definition (britisch)

present
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (amerikanisch)

present
Merriam Webster

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present
Merriam Webster

Etymology

present
Online Etymology Dictionary
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etw. bieten

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bieten
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present - present perfectLast post 05 Mar 11, 18:47
it is interesting to see photos of (from?) people who are already dead for a long time / who…1 Replies
Present oder Present continuous?Last post 16 Feb 09, 16:19
I'm a lawyer and I'm working (oder I work ?) for a big law firm. Kommt hier im zweiten Sat…3 Replies
present progressive + present perfect!Last post 05 Jun 10, 16:37
Hi everyone! I hope this is the right forum to post my concern in.. I took an acceptance te…2 Replies
present continuous - present progressiveLast post 13 Nov 06, 19:56
Hallo, bei mir in der Schule hieß die "-ing"-Form noch present continuous. Meine Tochter ler…1 Replies
Simple Present / Present continuousLast post 28 Apr 04, 23:10
Muss man bei dem Verb to get absolut zwingend das Continuous benutzen in Fällen wie Es wird …18 Replies
Simple Present / Present continuousLast post 28 Apr 04, 23:10
Muss man bei dem Verb to get absolut zwingend das Continuous benutzen in Fällen wie Es wird …18 Replies
sich bietenLast post 24 Feb 09, 16:20
Mein Satz: "Da ich nächste Woche wegfahren werde, bietet sich diese Woche die letzte Möglic…10 Replies
Förmlich bietenLast post 21 Apr 16, 08:57
Ist der Satz richtig? Den schreiben ich an der Botschaft.Hiermit möchten wir Ihnen mitteilen…3 Replies
Simple Present vs Present PerfectLast post 26 Aug 09, 17:33
Hallo, ich übersetze gerade einen "Review Report" einer Software Spezifikation, d.h. ein Do…2 Replies
simple present vs. present progressiveLast post 25 Sep 09, 10:06
Beispiel: "Come on! You're not getting tired already, are you? The disco DOESN'T CLOSE for a…1 Replies

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