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What are the difference between 'as time passed by', 'as time passes by' or 'as time passes' and 'as time passed'

Which one is correct?
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Hi,

The answer is 'tense'.

As time passed by, her hair turned grey.
As time passes by, her hair turns grey.

DJB
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As time is passing by m feeling that everything is going well and l can again resume my work

anonymous What are the difference between 'as time passed by', 'as time passes by' or 'as time passes' and 'as time passed'
Which one is correct?
anonymous What are the difference between 'as time passed by', 'as time passes by' or 'as time passes' and 'as time passed'
Which one is correct?
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anonymous What are the difference between 'as time passed by', 'as time passes by' or 'as time passes' and 'as time passed'
Which one is correct?
As time passes
Both of them are correct✔️ it depends on the sentence if how you are going to use it. 'As time passed by' is used for past tense and 'As time passes by' is used for present tense