Tenses

"I do not like past perfect tense", said present simple tense. "I am put off by him because he is so old and long. He does not put me out but I prefer presence continuous," said present perfect continuous tense. "He is so young and his length is appropriate. I would offer to put him up for the night," said present perfect continuous. "You are lying," said future tense: "I must always put you up. Shut up,you put me off," said past perfect tense. He put on a brave face and said: "I will not longer put up with it, I am going to complain," and he left. "OMG, he is so touchy," said presence simple tense. "It is the end of the lunch break we should return to work," said future tense.

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