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Do I use “argued” or “argues”? Past or Present? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What (grammatical) tense to use when doing reference in a paper? Should I use present or past tense when referring to a (scientific) paper? “has been raised” or “was ...
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Consider the following two sentences: Because the more time a person invests into specific interests, the better their results. Because the more time a person will invest into their specific ...
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Tense for online instructions over the phone

What tense should we use for giving online instructions? Open your Kinlde application, click on the Cloud tab. Now, tell me what it's showing?answer: It is showing the list of the books. ...
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I've been thinking that the phrase "already know" is different from the phrase "have already known". Already know: I know something clearly at this point of saying (present) Have already known: I've ...