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Infinitives: An infinitive is the base form of a verb, usually preceded by the word "to" (e.g., to swim, to eat, to learn). It can function as a noun, adjective, or adverb in a sentence. Infinitives are often used to express intentions, purposes, desires, or potential actions. Gerunds: A gerund is the -ing form of a verb (e.g., swimming, eating, learning). It’s different from a “present participle” which functions as a verb tense. A gerund can be the subject, object, or complement of a sentence.

When and How to Use Each Expression?

To visit (Infinitive)

Purpose or Intention : Use the infinitive "to visit" when you want to express a purpose, intention, desire, or potential action

I want to visit my grandparents this weekend.

Visiting (Gerund)

Activity or Experience : Use the gerund "visiting" when you want to refer to the activity itself or the experience as a noun.

Visiting new places is always exciting.

Where can infinitives/gerunds be placed in a sentence?

To visit is a great way to learn about different cultures.

  • "*To visit*" serves as the subject of the sentence.
  • Infinitive phrase (subject) + verb (is) + noun phrase (a great way to learn about different cultures).

She wants me to visit her new house.

  • "Me *to visit* her new house" is the object of the verb "wants."
  • Noun (She) + verb (wants) + noun phrase (me *to visit* her new house).

I need a map to visit all the famous landmarks.

  • "*To visit* all the famous landmarks" modifies the noun "map."
  • Noun (I) + verb (need) + noun phrase (a map *to visit* all the famous landmarks).

Visiting historical sites is a popular tourist activity.

  • "*Visiting* historical sites" is the subject of the sentence.
  • Gerund (subject) + verb (is) + noun phrase (a popular tourist activity).

I enjoy visiting art museums.

  • "*Visiting* art museums" is the object of the verb "enjoy."
  • Noun (I) + verb (enjoy) + gerund (*visiting* art museums).

She has a passion for visiting new cities.

  • "For *visiting* new cities" is the object of the preposition "for."
  • Noun phrase (She) + verb (has) + noun phrase (a passion for *visiting* new cities).

Verbs Taking Infinitives/Gerunds as Objects

Verbs Taking Infinitives as Objects

She plans to visit Paris next year.

They hope to visit the museum during their trip.

He wants to visit his favorite restaurant.

We decided to visit the national park this summer.

They agreed to visit the art gallery together.

Verbs Taking Gerunds as Objects

She enjoys visiting local markets during her travels.

They recommend visiting historical landmarks for a better understanding of the culture.

I dislike the idea of visiting crowded tourist attractions.

He avoids visiting touristy areas.

Can you imagine yourself visiting ancient ruins?

Verbs Taking Both Infinitives and Gerunds as Objects

She likes to visit new restaurants in town. She likes visiting new restaurants in town.

We started to visit historical sites. We started visiting historical sites.

He began to visit art galleries. He began visiting art galleries.

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Past Tense of “Visit” (Grammar + Examples)

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What is the past tense of “visit?” Most commonly, the past tense of the word “visit” is “visited” although the word form will change based on its participle . And the sentence where it’s used. For example, referencing “visit” in the present participle form will change it to “visiting,” but in the infinitive form, will be “visit.”

Continue reading to learn more about the past tense form of this word.

What is the past tense of “visit?”

The past tense (past participle) form of “visit” is “visited.” The infinitive of the word form is “visit” The present participle form is “visiting.” The past tense form is “visited” and past participle form is “visited.”

To learn how to use these words, refer to the sentence examples provided below.

Sentence examples for past tense of “visit”

  • Infinitive: I visit friends from time to time.
  • Present participle: I am visiting friends from time to time.
  • Past tense: I visited friends from time to time.
  • Past participle: I visited friends from time to time.

“Visit” verb forms and examples

Example sentences in all verb forms:

Indefinite present tense

I visit friends from time to time.

Present continuous tense

I am visiting friends from time to time.

Present perfect continuous tense

I have visited friends from time to time.

Present perfect tense

I have been visiting friends from time to time.

Simple past tense

Past continuous tense.

I was visiting friends from time to time.

Past perfect tense

I had visited friends from time to time.

Perfect continuous tense

I will visit friends from time to time.

Simple future tense

I will be visiting friends from time to time.

Future continuous tense

Future perfect tense.

I will have visited friends from time to time.

I will have been visiting friends from time to time.

Examples in all verb tenses

Sentences examples in all participles and parts of speech :

I visited more than ten countries last year during my hiking adventure.

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Definition of visit noun from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

  • a two-day/three-day visit
  • the prime minister's surprise visit to the troops
  • an official/state visit
  • visit to somebody/something It's my first visit to New York.
  • If you have time, pay a visit to the local museum.
  • The family made a visit to England in the summer of 1923.
  • a visit to the doctor
  • His visits home were limited to Christmas.
  • visit from somebody We had a visit from the police last night.
  • visit by somebody Arranegments are being made for a visit by a member of the royal family.
  • (British English) a home visit (= when your doctor visits you)
  • a brief/recent visit
  • on/during a visit The team reported on deficiencies found during the site visit .
  • Regular visits to the dentist are important.
  • Is this a social visit, or is it business?
  • They're on an exchange visit to France.
  • Following this initial visit, she will return to Montserrat in June.
  • Following her letter of complaint, she received a personal visit from the store manager.
  • He offered her a drink to try to prolong her visit.
  • He was forced to cut short a visit to North America.
  • How many doctors are still able to make home visits?
  • I think it's time we paid him a little visit.
  • I'd been looking forward to my cousin's visit for ages.
  • If you're staying in Rome, Ostia is well worth a visit.
  • On one of her regular visits home, she told her parents she was engaged.
  • Pay us a visit next time you're in town.
  • She enjoyed the frequent visits of her grandchildren.
  • The President has been briefed in preparation for his forthcoming visit to Russia.
  • The visit signalled the normalization of relations between the two countries.
  • We had a visit from somebody collecting for charity.
  • We received a letter announcing a visit from government inspectors.
  • We used to go on school visits to museums and historical buildings.
  • While on holiday in Italy, the prime minister paid a courtesy visit to his opposite number in Rome.
  • You should receive a home visit from your midwife within a month.
  • a visit to the dentist
  • Allow three hours for your visit.
  • Enjoy your visit!
  • Is this a social visit or are you here on business?
  • Is this your first visit to New York?
  • She was making one of her frequent visits to London.
  • The inspectors paid a surprise visit to the factory.
  • The prime minister is on an official visit to Jamaica.
  • They received a visit from the party leader.
  • We had to cut short our visit and fly home.
  • during a/​the visit
  • on a/​the visit

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    visit verb ( SEE A PERSON )

    • I'm going to New York to visit some friends .
    • Come and visit us if you're at a loose end over the weekend .
    • I'm going to visit my ailing father .
    • When he visits his mother , he sleeps in his old room .
    • He visited the old woman religiously every weekend .

    visit verb ( SEE A PLACE )

    Visit verb ( internet ), phrasal verbs.

    • His visit gave new impetus to the peace process .
    • The government barred demonstrations during the state visit.
    • The bombing has cast a shadow over the Queen's visit.
    • Her visit is strictly business .
    • He paid them a flying visit on his way to the airport .

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    Definition of visit

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    transitive verb

    intransitive verb

    Definition of visit  (Entry 2 of 2)

    • call (on or upon)
    • drop in (on)

    Examples of visit in a Sentence

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    Word History

    Middle English, from Anglo-French visiter , from Latin visitare , frequentative of visere to go to see, frequentative of vidēre to see

    13th century, in the meaning defined at transitive sense 3d

    1621, in the meaning defined at sense 1a

    Phrases Containing visit

    • conjugal visit
    • pay a visit to
    • pay (someone) a visit
    • visit on / upon

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    Kids Definition of visit  (Entry 2 of 2)

    Middle English visiten "to go to a person especially to give comfort," from early French visiter (same meaning), derived from Latin visere "to go to see," from vidēre "to see" — related to vision

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    Prepositions after "visit"

    visit from, by, in, with or on?

    In 27% of cases "visit from" is used

    I was in town visiting from New York.

    The Dixons and their two-year-old child were visiting from Canada.

    The Sims siblings, visiting from Cornwall, England, unanimously approved of the display.

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    I will visit and get all the great places to visit from Paris and Jean Ai and I am excited!!! hehe.

    The town was recently linked to the KTM Komuter rail network, making it even easier to visit from KL.

    Was really looking forward to taking a vegetarian friend visiting from Australia out to an old Boston favorite.

    Private Browsing also prevents the websites you visit from being able to access cookies and other information already stored on your computer.

    On Friday night, the latter included an attempt at mind reading with a couple visiting from Calgary, performed with a stack of Post-it notes.

    Women who give birth at the centre, or in their homes on the reserve, are also pleased to get an additional postpartum home visit from maternity care worker Janet Homer on Day 2.

    In 16% of cases "visit by" is used

    I didn't think that all the designers were visited by Tim.

    Kizimkazi is most visited by tourists for its dolphin tours.

    What are your views on this? DK Thanks for visiting by my weblog.

    Since then Bwawani was visited by thousands of sick people and fortune seekers alike.

    The tomb at Sebaste continued, nevertheless, to be visited by pious pilgrims, and St.

    The Kintampo waterfall is mostly visited by many people from all parts of the country.

    Although little visited by international tourists, Shenzhen is a popular destination for Chinese domestic tourists.

    Fraser Island, Australia is visited by a lot of tourists annually, with the number ranging from 350,000 to 500,000.

    Enraged at this, Xiang Yu was about to attack Liu's forces when he was visited by his rival in his camp at Hong-men.

    Bomb and grenade attacks have been indiscriminate, including in places visited by expatriates and foreign travellers.

    In 14% of cases "visit in" is used

    Got lucky and visited in mid-December once.

    visit in addition to compare them with the footwear.

    There are many things and places to visit in the area.

    The outlets visited in Ifo local government area of Ogun State were AP, Oando and MRS.

    I have open manual license and my own car, and hoping to visit in the next week if I can.

    When we visited in August 2009, we thought it felt more like a family home than a lodge.

    Begin your visit in our Interpretative Centre located in the beautifully restored 1830's Gate Lodge of Graiguenoe Park.

    If you've never heard about Almost Famous it is literally the best burger place you will ever visit in your whole life.

    The first doctor that she had visited in the morning, said afterwards to me that everything had been alright and normal.

    Abel sent this pamphlet to several mathematicians including Gauss, who he intended to visit in Gttingen while on his travels.

    In 10% of cases "visit with" is used

    I had the chance to visit with Dr.

    She and her husband, George, were visiting with us.

    So I'd thankful we are at a much better advantage visit with her, etc.

    Author: Kardian kekeran Thank you for visiting with your willingness to read this article.

    Providenciales Providenciales Providenciales is one of the best spots to visit with the family.

    When we visited with Jonathan Lindvall (of Bold Christian Living ), we talked about this verse.

    Alternatives Once your alternate arrangements are established, you should take the time to visit with the provider.

    The OA and I had three favourites near our old home and we even took Orange Jammies for a walk when she visited with us.

    As a matter of fact, those are the Greek comrades who I visited with two years ago and with whom I am in email communication.

    So it was natural to experience this when my lovely G and I recently visited with Uncle Bill, Dads younger twin, and his wife.

    In 7% of cases "visit on" is used

    He can be visited on the main deck of the Dreadyatch.

    Brazil Brazil is the final country we will visit on this list.

    This ID is added to the address of each page visited on the site.

    Especially if you visited on Monday or tried to share some posts on Facebook, LinkedIN, etc.

    The shame they have regularly subjected their wives to are then, ironically, visited on them.

    However, Iran is probably one of the most safe and friendly countries one can visit on this planet.

    We have cited a host of other writers on the terrible economic depredation that Jewry visited on the people of Tzarist Russia.

    Among the places we visited on the way, were the border stations of Katuna in Kabale District, and Cyanika in Kisoro District on the same day.

    Pictured above: the local early morning market in Luang Prabang, which we visited on an informal walking tour with the chef from Amantaka resort.

    I visited on a dark winter's night and the view of the city from the approaching road made me think it must have been Tolkien's inspiration for Mordor.

    In 6% of cases "visit for" is used

    visit for a taste of burger history.

    I have been absent from visiting for a while.

    You could also visit for free the Cathedral of St.

    Elegant, chic and stylish, Paris is the city to visit for a classic shopping experience.

    This is the place to visit for all ethnic handmade products, t-shirts, homemade pasalubong.

    Alison, I haven't visited for while, and as always I find your posts are thoughtful and poetic.

    We had been to Andaman islands, a place which I wanted to visit for a long time, and I finally got a chance to go to.

    If you plan to use a waiver, you should also contact the embassy of the countries you plan to visit for more information.

    Celebrations Visiting For Memorable Honeymoon The Peninsula has long been hailed as one of the finest hotels in the world.

    All this makes Montenegro a great country to visit for a variety of pursuits, like snowboarding, whitewater rafting or cycling.

    In 6% of cases "visit to" is used

    Then a member may propose to visit to Anuradhapura.

    We made a sudden decision to pay a visit to Ritigala.

    In these two month people can visit to maximum visitors in disney world.

    King on his March l8, l968, visit to Memphis when he stayed at the Holiday Inn Rivermont Hotel.

    He also includes participation in religious ceremonies and even visits to churches and the like.

    visit to Rudrapur means visit the extracurricular academic activities of Rudrapur Primary School.

    The big building is Prema Cooperation After the visit to the Koneswaram kovil we started our long journey back to home.

    A fantastic result for players fans and management sees us all looking forwards to next week? s visit to Surrey Street of Silsden.

    While the mega-star would personally be present in Mumbai, Hyderabad and Chennai, it would be his visit to Tokyo that is of optimum interest.

    We simply downloaded the cities that we'd be visiting to offline storage while we had WiFi access at a hotel (but back home would've been smarter!).

    In 3% of cases "visit at" is used

    We visited at the right time, that was before the snow's full bloom.

    I had a sister in Calgary who I was hoping to get to visit at some stage.

    There is so much to see and do here and a great city to visit at any time of the year.

    Visit during the day and see the city in all its brilliance or visit at night and witness the city sparkle.

    All the destinations can be visited at a selfsame depression cost and without any disturbed caused to the travellers.

    Our most merciful AchArya Sri RaamAnuja was visiting at one time ThirukkOLur, the birth place of Madhura Kavi AzhwAr.

    This makes the country one of the best places to visit at this point in time especially in the areas of affordability and scenery.

    On the 5th of February 1920 Runge was visited at his home by 3 officers of the police and Heppert, the Head of the administration of the jails.

    It's one of the most beautiful and atmospheric places to visit at this time of year with its crisp cold air and cozy diners beckoning winter tourists from round the globe.

    No indication was given as to how many units of each tablet are being stocked, but interested customers must visit at &T's; online store or a brick-and-mortar outlet to claim the discount.

    In 3% of cases "visit during" is used

    You can have 3 guests at once visiting during the day between 8am and midnight.

    A friend would only visit during the appointed at home hours, but the rules of behavior were less strict.

    visit during the day and see the city in all its brilliance or visit at night and witness the city sparkle.

    We shall recommend and guide you regarding appropriate areas to shop and visit during your volunteer orientation.

    The third and final word is located at Arcwind Point, a place you may already have visited during vanilla Skyrim.

    And if you happen to visit during winter, Hyde Park boasts of its Winter Wonderland, London's largest open-air ice rink.

    Now we'll riffle through each other's collections when we go to visit during holidays but mine is always the most impressive.

    I had been traveling full time for 16 months and the 19 countries I had visited during that period had all started to blur together.

    If you've never been to Tasmania before, you might want to consider visiting during the summer months when the climate is more welcoming.

    Spokesman Robert Larocca said no photograph could perfectly represent a property and encouraged consumers to visit during the open inspections.

    In 2% of cases "visit as" is used

    I was happy that he was able to visit as a mentor.

    Ever since I visited as a nine year old girl I've been hooked.

    Those just watching will have to pay $50 to visit as the jump is located on private land and only accessible by 4WD.

    Many cities in the Netherlands will be visited as part of a much larger campaign organized by the Dutch Cyclists ' Union (Fietsersbond).

    It takes a little over an hour to get there from Ngorongoro Crater, and is mostly visited as a cultural tour to see the Hadzabe and Datoga Tribes.

    TNMOC Trustee Kevin Murrell spotted the computer, which he'd visited as a teenager, in a photo of stored equipment, kicking off the restoration process.

    I visited Zanzibar with two couples and had a wonderful time! It is one of those places that you can visit as a single female with no problems, and no one staring.

    The second word is a little easier to spot, since it is located in the middle of the frozen lake at Forgotten Vale, which you will visit as part of the quest-line.

    Book Online Now! Private Wine Tastings If you are visiting as a group, family or even a wedding party, request a private wine tasting as a fun and educational experience.

    I know this site will always have something thought-provoking and interesting up every time I visit, and I usually regret visiting as an intended 10-minute break turns into an hour of slacking off.

    In 1% of cases "visit after" is used

    One of his projects was a Sri Lankan Folk Museum, which we visited after touring the cabin.

    In case you truly and truly want to visit after the jackpot -- that may be under your control.

    The region was visited after two months when the water in the rivers receded and crossing them through motorcycles became possible.

    You could pick the hall that you wanted to visit after coming out from the Metro exit in the middle of the exhibition venue These neatly cut-out art deco were made by NAGA.

    In 1% of cases "visit before" is used

    Most days of the week I visited before work.

    The crocodile ponds at Hans Botel can be visited before returning to Accra.

    We visited before the official memorial was even open and it was still a very sobering visit.

    These are: Browsertype/ -version used operating system Referrer URL (that site that was visited before ) Hostname of the PC (IP Address) Time of server request.

    In 1% of cases "visit upon" is used

    It's the Windows that will fix all of the ills visited upon them by Vista.

    I dn't think I need to list the various horrors that the elites have visited upon those not in their class.

    Only through a just system of health care can Jesus ' promise of life abundant (John 10:10b) be visited upon all persons.

    Robert Oppenheimer felt after having invented the atomic bomb: If I'd only known this plague that I've visited upon the world.

    It seems rather petty for God to take offense to people wanting to rid themselves of the pain that He visited upon them in His divine wisdom.

    Despite the terrible ravages of the Allied blockade, the country had not duffered the kind of domestic physical destruction that ' Bomber ' Harris was to visit upon it in 1940-5.

    The hardships and losses endured by many Americans during the struggle for independence were not visited upon the signers alone, nor were they any less ruinous for having befallen people whose.

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    he always visit

    This phrase is incorrect. The verb 'visit' should be conjugated to 'visits' to match the third person singular subject 'he.'


    • he always visits
    • he visits regularly
    • he always makes a visit
    • he makes regular visits
    • he is a frequent visitor

    This phrase is correct. The verb 'visits' is the correct conjugation to match the third person singular subject 'he.'

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    [ viz -it ]

    verb (used with object)

    to visit a friend; to visit clients; to visit Paris.

    • to stay with as a guest.

    to visit a church for prayer.

    a general visiting his troops.

    to visit the sick.

    The plague visited London in 1665.

    to visit him with sorrows.

    • to access, as a website.
    • to inflict, as punishment, vengeance, etc. (often followed by on or upon ).

    verb (used without object)

    • to make a visit.

    to visit on the phone with a friend.

    • to inflict punishment.

    a nice, long visit.

    We had a good visit on the way back from the grocery store.

    • a call paid to a person, family, etc.
    • a stay or sojourn as a guest.
    • an official inspection or examination.

    the right of visit and search.

    • to go or come to see (a person, place, etc)
    • to stay with (someone) as a guest
    • to go or come to (an institution, place, etc) for the purpose of inspecting or examining
    • tr (of a disease, disaster, etc) to assail; afflict

    the judge visited his full anger upon the defendant

    • archaic. trusually foll bywith to afflict or plague (with punishment, etc)
    • informal. often foll by with to chat or converse (with someone)
    • the act or an instance of visiting
    • a stay as a guest
    • a professional or official call
    • a formal call for the purpose of inspection or examination

    the right of visit and search

    • informal. a friendly talk or chat

    Derived Forms

    • ˈvisitable , adjective

    Other Words From

    • inter·visit verb (used without object)
    • non·visit·ing adjective
    • pre·visit noun verb
    • re·visit verb noun
    • un·visit·ed adjective
    • un·visit·ing adjective

    Word History and Origins

    Origin of visit 1

    Idioms and Phrases

    Example sentences.

    “Time Capsule” walks users through a linear experience with between 45 and 60 minutes of content, but it sounds like it’s also designed to support further exploration and additional visits.

    A visit to Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park is just 23 miles west.

    The agency has since extended its agreement with contractor Allied Universal through the end 2021 to allow MTS’s new security director to play a greater role in the process, and to conduct visits now complicated by coronavirus restrictions.

    Bregman said that visits with his brother in their younger years meant tagging along with him to medical emergencies.

    Only companies that understand what makes a customer satisfied will be the ones able to implement an effective customer experience strategy that will make the visit worth repeating.

    You will have your beloved father back sooner than you think, and you can visit and communicate with him all the while.

    He hasn't bothered to visit Iguala, the place where the students were abducted and killed.

    From his purview, our visit and interest had brought excitement to him and his peers.

    On May 9, which Moscow commemorates as World War II “Victory Day,” Klaus paid a highly visible visit to the Russian Embassy.

    Both Prados have enough magic that, after you visit them, the whole world feels like their gift shop for a few hours.

    When the women came, he was preparing to go to the west side for his daily visit with Mrs. Pruitt.

    M'Bongo, the great chief of this neighbourhood, paid a ceremonial visit to my husband.

    Levee: a ceremonious visit received by a distinguished person in the morning.

    I really ought to visit my California estates, and I have always wanted to see that part of America.

    In the spring of 1868 he was taken by his mother for a visit to England, and there, in the same year, his sister was born.

    Related Words

    • appointment

    Definitions and idiom definitions from Unabridged, based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

    Idioms from The American Heritage® Idioms Dictionary copyright © 2002, 2001, 1995 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company.

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    Common Errors/Mistakes in English

    Visited vs Have Visited vs Had Visited: How to Use Them Correctly

    7 years ago 67.1K Views

    Common Errors in English Sentences : Using correct tense an important part of every business communication as it reflects your personality, especially when you’re communicating with someone who is well-versed in English language.

    Are you a non-native English speaker, confused between “visited vs. have visited”? This post will help you understand the grammar rules once and for all.

    Using correct tense is an important part of every business communication as it reflects your personality, especially when you’re communicating with someone who is well-versed in the English language.

    It’s quite common to find many non-native English users confusing “past tense” with “present perfect tense”.

    So, let’s take a look at some examples below:

    ❎ I have visited the doctor this past week. ( wrong )

    ❎ Have you met your mother yesterday? ( wrong )

    So, what do you think is wrong with these examples?

    Explanation : This is a pretty common error in Asian countries where English communication is largely affected by their mother tongue. Many non-English languages carry grammar rules which can be very different from the grammar rules we follow in the English language.

    In the English language, when you describe an event that occurs in the past, i.e. yesterday or last week, you essentially use the “past simple” tense of the verb.

    In the examples above, “yesterday” and “this past week” are both “adverbs”, meaning they define the nature of the verb that precedes them.

    In the first example, the speaker talks about an event (visiting the doctor) with information about its occurrence (this past week).

    Please, note that the “timing of the event” (or time adverb) is of utmost importance here, which decides the “tense form” the verb must take in the sentence.

    Here, “this past week” refers to an event that clearly occurred in the past. Therefore, the event itself (visiting the doctor) must take “the past simple tense”.

    Hence, it would be right to express yourself in the following way.

    I visited the doctor this past week.

    Similarly, the correct version of the second example would be:

    Did you visit your mother yesterday?

    To make it even clearer for you, here’s how you should break the sentences to understand which tense they should take.

    I + visited + the doctor + this past week

    Visited = the “past simple tense” of the verb “visit”.

    This past week = the adverb denoting “timing of the event”.

    Know Your Adverbs

    It’s important to know your adverbs well enough in order to form correct sentences, using the appropriate tense.

    Let’s consider a few examples with different adverbs.

    Now, Currently, Right Now, Today

    You can use either present continuous or present perfect tense with these verbs. However, you can never use “past simple” with these.

    For example, the following examples would sound plain stupid:

    ❎ He was unemployed currently. ( incorrect )

    ❎ He’s unemployed currently. ( correct )

    ❎ Was he sick right now? ( incorrect )

    ❎ Is he sick right now? ( correct )

    ❎ I came here today. ( incorrect )

    ❎ I’ve come here today. ( correct )

    However, there are some “adverbs” that can take both “past tense” as well as “present perfect tense” depending on the context.

    Here are Some Examples:

    ✅ Example #1: I have purchased a CD player recently. (present perfect tense)

    ✅ Example #2: I purchased that CD player recently. (past simple tense)

    Oxford Dictionary defines “recently” as an adverb denoting “at a recent time” and “not long ago”.


    In Example #1, we are using a perfect tense in order to name the action as the source of the present state. Whereas, in Example #2, we are using a past tense since the action is one of a sequence of past actions, a narrative.

    Please, keep in mind the present perfect is a present tense, which makes a statement about the situation at the time of speaking.

    However, the following example would be incorrect.

    ❎ I have purchased that CD recently.

    This is because when you are talking about purchasing “that CD”, you have presumably purchased it in the past. Therefore, you should rather say, “I purchased that CD recently”.

    Visited vs Had Visited

    Believe it or not, many non-native English users find it hard to differentiate between past simple tense and past perfect tense. They often wonder if the two could be used interchangeably.

    The truth is both these tenses offer different contexts to the event. Take a look at the following examples:

    • Example #1 : I visited my doctor yesterday.
    • Example #2 : I had visited my doctor yesterday.

    Which of the above examples is correct?

    Answer : The first one.

    We use past tense when the time is specified, e.g. yesterday.

    We use past perfect tense only when we refer to another event (a concurrent event) in the past. In other words, it must carry some context – “what happened after you visited the doctor yesterday?”

    For example:

    I had watched television yesterday when it was time to go to bed.✅ Activity in the past = “it was time”.

    ✅ Activity before the past = “had watched television”.

    I had watched television yesterday, by the time my parents came back.

    ✅ Activity in the past = “my parents came back”.

    In short, without any context to “the other activity” that was done after watching television, using “had watched” would be incorrect.

    Therefore, if you only mean to mention “watching television” in the past, simply say, “I watched television yesterday”.

    I hope this helps. Please, let me know if you have any questions.

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    Was visited (Something or someone has been visited). For example, The school was visited by the Minister of Education yesterday. While in the hospital, I was visited by many of my school mates.

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    King Charles III to visit Australia and Samoa as he recovers from cancer


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    The visit to Australia will be a critical moment for the king as he tries to shore up support for the monarchy at home and abroad. The trip will mark the first time since he ascended the throne that Charles will visit one of the 14 countries outside the United Kingdom where the British monarch remains head of state , a link that is a source of pride for some but an unwelcome reminder of Britain’s colonial dominance for others.

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    “The King has a deep regard for our great nation, and has always spoken warmly of the time he has spent here and the astounding beauty of our extraordinary continent,” Albanese said in a statement.

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    The capital territory is home to Canberra, Australia’s national capital. Sydney, Australia’s largest city, is in New South Wales.

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    Associated Press writer Rod McGuirk in Melbourne, Australia, contributed to this report.

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    The leaders of India and Russa standing in an ornate hall.

    The state visit was also juxtaposed against the gathering of NATO countries on Tuesday in Washington, where they discussed continued support for Ukraine.

    Western governments have failed to persuade India and many other governments around the world to take a public position against Mr. Putin’s war. Mr. Modi has avoided condemning Russia’s invasion and instead issued general calls for peace, maintaining the warm relations with Moscow that India has cultivated since the days of the Cold War.

    The Indian leader said he had discussed Ukraine with Mr. Putin at his residence, agreeing on the need for peace as soon as possible.

    “Any person who believes in humanity feels pain when people die, and especially when innocent children die,” Mr. Modi said Tuesday, a possible implicit reference to the hospital attack. “When we feel such pain, the heart simply explodes, and I had the opportunity to talk about these issues with you yesterday.”

    The state visit offered still more evidence that Mr. Putin has managed to avoid the pariah status Western leaders tried to force on him after the invasion. Mr. Putin has maintained a robust diplomatic schedule holding two meetings with China’s leader , Xi Jinping, in two months, along with meeting the leaders of Vietnam , Hungary , Belarus and the nations of Central Asia,

    On Tuesday, Indian officials said that the two countries had struck various agreements to strengthen economic ties, with the goal of reaching $100 billion in bilateral trade by 2030.

    Russia and India also said they would strengthen their military cooperation, including manufacturing more weapon spare parts and units in India. They pledged to continue developing national payment systems, which allow Russia to conduct trade outside U.S. dollars and away from platforms impacted by Western sanctions.

    Mr. Modi, who said he had met Mr. Putin 17 times over the course of the past decade, invited Mr. Putin to visit India next year.

    “Russia is India’s true friend,” Mr. Modi said at a meeting with members of the Indian community in Moscow, according to the Russian state news agency Tass.

    While India imported little Russian crude before the invasion of Ukraine, the nation has since risen to become the No. 2 importer of Russian oil after China, helping fill the Kremlin’s coffers despite a Western ban on most Russian oil imports. In many cases, India has been refining Russian crude and re-exporting it to European nations that are subject to the ban, giving it a lucrative middleman role .

    Matthew Miller, the State Department spokesman, told reporters on Tuesday that the U.S. has “been quite clear about our concerns” about India’s relationship with Russia, and has related them “privately, directly to the Indian government” — including within the past 24 hours. “We continue to urge India to support efforts to realize an enduring and just peace in Ukraine,” he said.

    Mr. Modi said Tuesday that as a friend, he had always told Mr. Putin that peace was a prerequisite for future generations to have a bright future.

    “That is why we believe that war is not a solution,” he said. “There can be no solution through war. Bombs, missiles and rifles cannot ensure peace. That is why we emphasize dialogue.”

    India has a long history of friendly relations with Moscow. The Soviet Union and later Russia for decades supplied much of India’s arms and military equipment, though that reliance has decreased in recent years, in part because of pressure from the United States.

    “This has been a time-tested relationship, and there is a consensus in India, regardless of political orientation, that the relationship with Russia is one to be preserved and not squandered,” said Rajan Menon, professor emeritus of political science at City College.

    Mr. Putin has cast his invasion of Ukraine as an anti-imperial struggle against an encroaching West, and that message has resonated in parts of the developing world that once lived under Western colonialism. According to a Pew Research Center poll conducted this year, just 16 percent of respondents in India expressed unfavorable views of Russia, compared with 46 percent who voiced positive associations.

    During his talks with Mr. Putin, Mr. Modi sought the early discharge of all I ndian nationals who were recruited by the Russian army under “false pretenses,” according to government officials. The contentious issue had introduced a sour note in the countries’ friendly relations. Mr. Putin agreed to the discharge of those citizens, who India has said number between 35 and 50.

    Mr. Menon predicted that India would continue to cultivate deeper ties with the United States over the long term, but not at a cost of having to choose sides.

    “Anyone who expects you can peel India off and put it in the U.S. column — that is not going to happen,” he said. “Would you rather be completely dependent on the United States or Russia, or have a position of maneuverability between the two?”

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    White House releases letter from Biden's doctor after questions about Parkinson's specialist's White House visits

    By Ed O'Keefe , Caitlin Yilek

    Updated on: July 9, 2024 / 9:50 AM EDT / CBS News

    Washington — The White House released a letter from President Biden's doctor Monday night after press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre faced repeated questions at a briefing earlier in the day about Mr. Biden's health and whether visits to the White House by a Parkinson's disease specialist involved the president. 

    White House visitor logs, details of which were first reported by the New York Post and  New York Times , show that Dr. Kevin Cannard, an expert on Parkinson's disease, visited the White House eight times from last summer to this spring. The logs show Cannard met at least once with Mr. Biden's personal physician. 

    Jean-Pierre told reporters Monday afternoon that the president is not being treated for Parkinson's. 

    "Has the president been treated for Parkinson's? No. Is he being treated for Parkinson's? No, he's not. Is he taking medication for Parkinson's? No," she said. 

    But at the time, the press secretary refused to confirm the doctor's visits, citing "security reasons." 

    It led to a tense back-and-forth between Jean-Pierre and reporters. It came as the president holds firm against critics who have urged him to end his reelection campaign after a disastrous debate performance against former President Donald Trump on June 27. 

    "You're not answering a very basic, direct question" about the doctor's visits, CBS News' Ed O'Keefe said to Jean-Pierre. 

    "Every year, around the president's physical examination, he sees a neurologist," she said. "That's three times." 

    "At the White House or Walter Reed?" O'Keefe asked, referring to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, where presidents typically receive their annual physical exam. Mr. Biden had a checkup there in February .

    "That is what I'm sharing with you. So every time he has a physical, he has had to see a neurologist. So that is answering that question," Jean-Pierre said. 

    "Did Dr. Kevin Cannard come to the White House specifically because of the president's condition?" O'Keefe asked again. 

    "For security reasons, we cannot share names," the press secretary said. "We cannot share names of specialists broadly, from a dermatologist to a neurologist." 

    CBS News noted the visits were public information, but Jean-Pierre said she could not confirm the visits because "we have to keep their privacy." 

    "It doesn't matter how hard you push me. It doesn't matter how angry you get with me. I'm not going to confirm a name. It doesn't matter if it's even in the log," she said. "It is inappropriate. It is not acceptable. So I'm not going to do it." 

    On Monday night, the White House released a memo from the president's physician, Dr. Kevin O'Connor, in which he said he had obtained permission from Mr. Biden and Cannard to share more details.

    "Dr. Cannard was the neurological specialist that examined President Biden for each of his annual physicals. His findings have been made public each time I have released the results of the President's annual physical. President Biden has not seen a neurologist outside of his annual physical," O'Connor wrote, noting that Cannard has been the neurology consultant to the White House Medical Unit since 2012.

    "The results of  this year's exam  were detailed in  my February 28th letter : 'An extremely detailed neurologic exam was again reassuring in that there were no findings which would be consistent with any cerebellar or other central neurological disorder, such as stroke, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's, or ascending lateral sclerosis,'" O'Connor wrote.

    O'Connor also noted that Cannard has made regular visits to the White House Medical Unit "in support of the thousands of active-duty members assigned in support of White House operations. Many military personnel experience neurological issues related to their service, and Dr. Cannard regularly visits the WHMU as part of this General Neurology practice."

    The president, adamant that he's staying in the race, has gone on offense in recent days. 

    Since the debate, Mr. Biden has been trying to prove he can do the job for another four years, participating in a number of interviews , campaign events and making outreach to prominent Democrats and donors in an effort to shore up support. 

    "I am not going anywhere," Mr. Biden said in a phone interview with MSNBC's "Morning Joe" on Monday. "I wouldn't be running if I didn't absolutely believe that I am the best candidate to beat Donald Trump in 2024. We had a Democratic nominating process where the voters spoke clearly." 

    In a letter to congressional Democrats on Monday, Mr. Biden said he is " firmly committed " to continuing his campaign and called for the discourse on whether he has a path forward to end. 

    First lady Jill Biden, seen as one of the few who might be able to sway his decision, echoed his message during a campaign stop in Wilmington, North Carolina. 

    "Joe has made it clear that he is all in," she said. "That's the decision that he's made, and just as he has always supported my career, I am all in too." 

    Though several House Democrats have called for him to withdraw from the race , many have said they're still backing him. No Senate Democrats have publicly called for the president to step aside, though some have urged him to do more to show he's up to the task.

    Among those wanting Mr. Biden to withdraw is Washington Rep. Adam Smith, who told CBS News on Monday, "there would be a huge sigh of relief amongst just about every Democrat in the House" if the president ends his campaign. 

    "We would be better off with another nominee," Smith said. "I believe that in my heart, my soul, my brain — I'm 100% convinced of that." 

    A recent CBS News poll found that the race shifted slightly in former President Donald Trump's direction after the July 27 debate. Trump now has a 3-point edge over Mr. Biden in battleground states and a 2-point lead nationally. 

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    Multiple visits by Parkinson's expert to White House weren't for Biden, doctor says

    WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden has not seen a neurologist outside of his three annual physicals since entering the White House, his physician said in a letter Monday night, clarifying that recent trips to the White House by an expert on Parkinson's disease weren't to meet with the president.

    The letter from Dr. Kevin O'Connor followed reports from USA TODAY and others on Dr. Kevin Cannard, an expert on Parkinson’s disease , who visited the White House eight times during an eight-month period − including once with O'Connor, the president's physician − according to official visitor logs.

    Cannard serves as the neurology specialist supporting the White House Medical Unit. His White House visits included one meeting with O’Connor and two others at the White House residence clinic on Jan. 17, the New York Post first reported.

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    But O'Connor, in a Monday letter addressed to White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre, sought to make clear that this visit and others didn't involve Biden. "President Biden has not seen a neurologist outside of his annual physical," he wrote.

    During a contentious press briefing earlier Monday, Jean-Pierre did not say why the Parkinson’s expert visited the White House multiple times, nor did she say who the specialist was visiting.

    Jean-Pierre said “thousands of military personnel” are on the White House campus and that “many of them get care from the White House medical unit.” But she would not discuss Cannard's White House visits any further, citing “privacy” considerations for the doctor.

    But O'Connor, in his letter, elaborated on Jean-Pierre's comments, writing that Cannard has held regular neurological clinics at the White House in support of "thousands of active-duty members assigned in support of White House operations."

    "Many military personnel experience neurological issues related to their service, and Dr. Cannard regularly visits the WHMU related to this General Neurology practice," O'Connor said.

    During the earlier press briefing, Jean-Pierre said Biden has taken a neurological exam three times during his presidency: each during his annual physical, which is taken at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. But she wouldn't say whether Cannard's visits were also to meet with Biden or with other individuals at the White House.

    O'Connor said Cannard was Biden's neurologist during each of the president's three physicals.

    In Biden's most recent physical, taken in February of this year, Biden was found to have "no findings which would be consistent with any cerebellar or other central neurological disorder" including Parkinson's disease, according to a summary of the physical.

    “Has the president been treated for Parkinson's? No,” Jean-Pierre said Monday. “Is he being treated for Parkinson's? No, he's not. Is he taking medication for Parkinson's? No. So those are the things that I can give you full-blown answers on.”

    The visitor logs, released by the White House, document visits from August 2023 through March of this year. The last recorded visit occurred on March 28. More recent visits, if there have been any, would not be released until later under the White House’s voluntary disclosure policy, the New York Times reported.

    The revelation came in the wake of the president's disastrous debate performance , which have called into question the octogenarian's mental acuity and put Democrats on free fall with less than 120 days to the November election.

    Biden has rejected calls by some Democrats for him to drop out of the 2024 election, dismissing concerns about his age and mental fitness and arguing Democratic voters already showed their support by voting for him overwhelmingly during the Democratic primary.

    Biden hasn't seen neurologist outside annual physicals, White House doctor says in letter addressing Parkinson's expert visits

    President Joe Biden has not seen a neurologist outside his annual physicals, White House physician Kevin O’Connor said in a letter released Monday night addressing visits to the White House by a Parkinson’s disease expert.

    The visits by the expert, Dr. Kevin Cannard, had raised questions that White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre had left largely unanswered earlier in the day. Biden has been on the defensive trying to reassure Americans and Democratic lawmakers that he can run and win after a poor debate performance last month.

    NBC News earlier confirmed reporting from the New York Post that said a Parkinson’s expert from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center visited the White House at least eight times in eight months, according to public visitor logs.

    O’Connor's letter detailed Cannard’s background as a neurology specialist and noted that he has been the neurology consultant to the White House Medical Unit since 2012. Cannard was the one who examined Biden for each of his annual physicals, including the most recent one in February, O’Connor wrote.

    Before the Covid pandemic, the letter said, Cannard held regular neurology clinics at the White House medical clinic for the thousands of active-duty military members assigned to support White House operations.

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    “Seeing patients at the White House is something that Dr. Cannard has been doing for a dozen years,” O’Connor wrote. “Dr. Cannard was chosen for this responsibility not because he is a movement disorder specialist, but because he is a highly trained and highly regarded neurologist here at Walter Reed and across the Military Health System, with a very wide expertise which makes him flexible to see a variety of patients and problems.”

    Jean-Pierre said at a news briefing Monday that Biden has a comprehensive annual physical evaluation that includes seeing a neurologist and that the results have been publicly shared. She did not release names, citing what she said were security concerns.

    The White House Medical Unit has thousands of patients and normally does not share the names of physicians it works with, O’Connor wrote in the letter , addressed to Jean-Pierre.

    “However, in the interests of accuracy, I have obtained permission from the President and Dr. Cannard to confirm the details I am sharing,” he wrote.

    O’Connor also wrote that Biden had a physical in February and that he showed no signs of any neurological disorder, including Parkinson’s disease.

    “The results of this year’s exam were detailed in my February 28th letter: ‘An extremely detailed neurologic exam was again reassuring in that there were no findings which would be consistent with any cerebellar or other central neurological disorder, such as stroke, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s or ascending lateral sclerosis, nor are there any signs of cervical myelopathy,’” O’Connor wrote.

    On Tuesday, the White House clarified that Biden was seen by Cannard at the White House on Jan. 17, 2024, as part of his physical ahead of his Walter Reed visit the following month.

    White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre confirmed the purpose of the January visit on Tuesday evening after inaccurately saying during the press briefing earlier in the day that the Jan. 17 meeting was not related to the president, in response to a question from The Associated Press.

    “Because the date was not mentioned in the question, I want to be clear that the January 17th meeting between Dr. O’Connor and Dr. Cannard was for the President’s physical,” Jean-Pierre said in a statement first reported by The Associated Press. “It was one of the three times the President has seen Dr. Cannard, each time for his physical. The findings from each exam have been released to the public.”

    The questions about Biden’s health come after a poor debate performance that left people, including some Democratic lawmakers , questioning whether he should step aside and allow someone else to run.

    Biden has resisted those calls, and on Monday he repeated that he will stay in the race .

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