Past, present and future
The British say that the past is terrible, the present does not exist and the future is wonderful.
They say, laughing, about their grammar of verbal times: The past is rigid, and an error can cause misunderstandings, for those who mistakenly use, for example, a present perfect instead of a past simple, or vice versa.
The present lasts 3 seconds, so it does not exist: what was there before these 3 seconds has passed, what will be there after these 3 seconds is future.
For the future the British argue that it is wonderful (always from a gramatical point of view), because I can choose what they want.
I hope no one has a terrible past.
I hope even more that the future is wonderful for everyone, not just as a grammar. And, since no one wants to be at the mercy of Destiny, let’s make it wonderful indeed.
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