the question about the verb

Reply Wed 21 May, 2014 12:49 pm
There are two sentences
The book "was" boring for me. AND. The book "is" boring for me.
Are these sentences having the same explanation?
or, what's difference about these two sentences?

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Reply Wed 21 May, 2014 12:56 pm
In the case of "was," 99, might be more likely that you had actually read it whereas with "is" you might be still at it

Tense I think we call it tho I'm no grammarian by any means
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Reply Wed 21 May, 2014 03:46 pm
'Was' is the past tense of the verb 'to be'. 'Is' is the present tense.

The book was boring for me (in the past)
The book is boring for me (in the present)

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