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Present

I leap


The present simple tense is the most frequently used and most well-known tense. It is also referred to as the simple present or simple indefinite.

We use the present simple to describe actions happening in the present moment, either if the action is happening right now or if it happens repeatedly. We also call this tense the present indefinite because it is used to talk about actions that happen unceasingly.
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I
leap 
you
leap 
he/she/it
leaps 
we
leap 
you
leap 
they
leap 


Infinitive

leap






Other verbs conjugation leap



Present "leap"leap
Present Continuous "leap"am leaping
Simple past "leap"leapt; leaped
Past Continuous "leap"was leaping
Present perfect "leap"have leapt; leaped
Present perfect continuous "leap"have been leaping
Past perfect "leap"had leapt; leaped
Past perfect continuous "leap"had been leaping
Future "leap"will leap
Future continuous "leap"will be leaping
Future perfect "leap"will have leapt; leaped
Future perfect continuous "leap"will have been leaping



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