Q: You present yourself seriously. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It means: you show yourself as a serious person
Q: presents とはどういう意味ですか?
A: In this context it means "is the cause of."

"Going to university presents you with many career opportunities."

"The goalie presents many challenges for the opposing team."
Q: beautifully presented とはどういう意味ですか?
A: @Ri-na 「美しく提示」です。
Q: present perfect continuous とはどういう意味ですか?
A: In italiano quando si usa il presente + "da"
in inglese si usa present perfect continuous + "for" o "since"
dipendendo dal verbo.

Da quando aspetti?
How long have you been waiting?

Aspetto da 3 ore.
I've been waiting for 3 hours

Aspetto dalle 3.
I've been waiting since 3
Q: present simple
A: @Idiot: The present simple is the basic conjugation of any verb used to express that something currently in the present occurs. It is often used to show that something is happening at a fixed point in time (for the present or possibly in the future) and is ALWAYS used for repeated actions.

Take the infinitive form of the word "to work" the present simple conjugation is "work"
I love to work <----Work is in the infinitive form, love is in the present simple form
I work at home <---- Work is in the present simple form. (Action occurring in the present)
I work every day from 8-5 <---Work is in the present simple form (Action that occurs over and over)
Ana works in the afternoon. <--- Work is in the present simple form (Action in an exact moment of time, possibly future)

Compare this to the present continuous which is an ongoing action in time
I am working on the car <--- Go on right now, and still happening.

There is the preterite sometimes known as the perfective
I worked on the car <--- This is a completed action

The present perfect is have worked
I have worked since 9 am <---- This is a action that has occurred since a given point in time up until an specified/unspecified point in time.

Future tense is will work
I will work on the car tomorrow <---- This is a tense that shows an intended action that will occur later

Future perfect <---- This is a "completed" action in the future based on a point in time that has not yet occured
Next fall I will have worked for XYZ for 3 years.

There are similar versions of the past as well, past continuous, past perfect, there are a few other tenses that are not mentioned, which require a lot more detail, hope this helps.


Q: present を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: ‘Present’ has two meanings.

“I got this present for you.” = a gift
“The past is in the past, today is the present.” = time

“But today is the present, that is why it is a gift.”

“In present day Japan, much of their media has spread into the West.”

Q: present simple を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: I like you.
He works there.
I run in the park.
He eats food.
Q: present perfect を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: I've been to Italy twice.
I've already seen this movie.
Have you ever eaten escargot?
You've changed since I last saw you.
My French has improved since I started talking to native speakers.
She's never been very nice to me.
It hasn't stopped raining yet
Q: present を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: "Is Kayla present?"

"She bought me an weird present."
Q: present tense を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Present tence means it is happening right now. Like:
"I am eating"
"She is swimming"
"He is drawing"


Q: present perfect と present perfect continuous はどう違いますか?
A: Present perfect is an action that is completed at the point of speaking.
For example: I've painted the living room (I just finished painting it)

Present perfect continuous is a continuing action at the point of speaking.
For example: I've been painting the living room (I'm still painting)
Q: present と gift はどう違いますか?
A: Present vs Gift

Present: to give someone something (present has multiple meanings but this is used when compared to "gift")

Gift: to give someone something; for someone to be talented in a certain subject

Hope this makes sense! They mean the same thing overall basically though :P
Q: present と gift と souvenir はどう違いますか?
A: You can also use present or gift as both a verb and a noun. You can therefore, "present someone with a gift" or "gift someone a souvenir" though using gift as a verb is less common.
Q: present simple と present continuous ( BE + ING ) はどう違いますか?
A: Present simple expresses daily, usual habits. Something you do regularly.
For example: I walk to school everyday.
And it mostly comes with a signal such as: everyday, weekly, daily, etc.

Also it expresses facts and general statements, as in: It doesn't snow in my city.

If you are talking about a habit for a male, female or an inanimate, you need to add "s" to the verb.
Example: He speaks fluently.

Present continuous:
Expresses an activity in progress, happening now.
Example: I'm reading my new book.
That means I am reading that book at that moment.

Good luck.
Q: present と represent はどう違いますか?
A: 'Present' can be a noun, verb or adjective depending on context, while 'represent' is a verb (代表).

"I received a birthday present."
"When am I going? Well, no time like the present."
"I'd like to present this award to this outstanding young lady."
"Please be both mentally and physically present at the meeting."


"Since she won the district finals, she's going to represent our school at the national championship."
"The snake represents evil in that story."


Q: на уроках английского нам говорили, что если мы говорим о действиях в прошлом в неопределённое время, то мы должны использовать present perfect. но я видела, что многие люди даже в таком случае используют past simple. так какой вариант правильнее? は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
A: When speaking it is more common to use the simple past. When being formal or polite, we would use the past perfect more
Q: don't forget to bring presents!

When I invite someone to my birthday party, 내 생일선물 가져오는 거 잊지마! how can I say it in English? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: “Don’t forget to bring presents!” is correct!
Q: what present do you really like?

私は洋服が好きです  という答え方 は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: -clothes as my present would be nice
-I want clothes as a gift
Q: what 'does that mean he gets presents accumulatively?' mean...? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: he keeps getting presents that they are so piled up now like he gets presents easy.
Q: present は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: QAの全文をご確認ください


Q: ‎"Present tense is more natural when you talking about something in general but it's also good to use present progressive to talk about something which is about to happen. So in conclusion you can't avoid one to use another , because both of those tenses are used in every day's life"

in this sentence what does "one"mean?(you can't avoid one〜)
A: The meaning of this paragraph lacks clarity. It needs to be rewritten. This does not make sense.
Q: I'm really looking forward to receiving my presents from you! この表現は自然ですか?
A: @rofi-tr95 That's wrong. "Receiving" is correct!!
Q: I'll present whatever you want for you.
A: Natural, but is your meaning:
1. I'll present to a different person. (not the person you are talking to)
2. I'll present to you.

Your sentence is #1.
If you want #2, it should be:
I'll present whatever you want to you. = I will give you a presentation.
Q: I can't stay near you so please keep my presents with you and feel my feelings through them. この表現は自然ですか?
A: 'I can't be with you so keep my presents with you and remember me by them' might sound more natural. Or, 'I can't be with you so feel my love through the presents I gave you'. It depends on the context, really.
Q: Thank you for all these amazing presents この表現は自然ですか?
It sounds natural, good job!