What is the present tense of “affuse”!

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The present tense form of 'affuse' is affuse or affuses. Example: He affuses his paintings with emotion. (He affuses his paintings with emotion.)

Definition of “affuse”

  • to pour or spread a liquid or substance over something
  • to give or bestow something in abundance

Tense sentence structure and examples:

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Notes from a Native English Speaker

Here are the general structures of a present and past participle. Remember, some verbs have an irregular form and may not follow this structure: Present Participle: [Verb] -ing Past Participle: [Verb] -ed

Present Simpleaffuse
Present Continuousaffusing
Present Perfectaffused
Present Simple
The simple present tense is used to describe habitual, regular, or general facts.
Subject + Verb + (Object)

Example

She affuses her writing with vivid descriptions.

Example

They affuse their products with natural ingredients.

Present Continuous
The present continuous tense is used to describe actions happening at the moment of speaking or future plans.
Subject + am/is/are + Present Participle + (Object)

Example

I am affusing the room with a pleasant fragrance.

Example

They are affusing their artwork with symbolism.

Present Perfect
The present perfect tense is used to indicate actions completed at some point in the past but relevant to the present.
Subject + have/has + Past Participle + (Object)

Example

She has affused her cooking with creativity.

Example

They have affused their music with passion.

affuse Subject-Verb Agreement

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Notes from a Native English Speaker

Subject-verb agreement means that a subject and its verb match. They’re either both plural or both singular. A singular subject takes a singular verb. - Example: The cat is sleeping. A plural subject takes a plural verb. - Example: The cats are sleeping.

In the present tense, 'affuse' follows the typical rule of adding 's' when the subject is third person singular (he, she, it), but it remains the same for all other subjects (first person, second person, and plural subjects).
Singular First Person (I)affuse
Singular Second Person (You)affuse
Singular Third Person (He/She/It)affuses
Plural (We/You/They)affuse

Example

I affuse the room with a pleasant scent.

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You affuse the painting with emotion.

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He affuses his writing with personal experiences.

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She affuses her artwork with meaning.

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It affuses the space with a calming ambiance.

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We affuse our products with love.

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You affuse the room with positive energy.

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They affuse the atmosphere with joy.

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