1920 at the Antwerp Olympic games.
I am including "n" (n represents whatever you are including) You are including "n" He/She/It is including "n" They are including "n" == "Including" is the present participle. "Include" is the present tense, "to include" is the present perfect tense. There is a difference, so be certain which form you need for your answer.
Has received is present perfect. She has received her grades. They have received their grades.
"received" is the past tense. The present tense of that word is "receive"
Received is the past tense and past participle of receive. The present perfect tense of receive is have/has received.I/We/You/They have receivedHe/She/It has received
Ozone is the gas. This is present as ozone layer.
Mr.Suresh Kalmadi is the present president of ioc
Shawn Johnson present time
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Baseball is scheduled to be played in the 2008 Olympics but not afterwards. At present, it appears that this will be the final time baseball will be an Olympic event.
They both are, in certain situations. For example, "By Tuesday, I had not received it". That's past tense. In present tense, "I have not received it".