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I would like to know some grammatical about Passive Present.

· Present simple: The car is washed.
· Present continuous: The car is being washed.
· Present perfect: The car been washed.

If you can explain that sentence for me and give another explain.

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Alia
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To make this a little simpler, passive present, I would say, means you're talking in the present about something in the past. The car is washed is an incorrect sentence. The car is being washed, is good. The car been washed is incorrect, It should be the car has been washed.
Why is "The car is washed" incorrect? Is "The car is always washed on Wednesdays" incorrect too?
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"The car is wahed (on Wednesdays)" is correct.
I'm Alia

I know the sentence is correct but I need somebody tell me why I used this sentence .

The car is washed meaning is ( finish wash car )
If you want to say that the action is finished you should use the present perfect tense. The car has been washed. This means the action has finished. Did you really want to say this? I hope it helps.
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Present simple: The car is washed.
· Present continuous: The car is being washed.
· Present perfect: The car been washed

what time i use those sentence? why use it?
Present simple: The car is washed.
· Present continuous: The car is being washed.
· Present perfect: The car has been washed

what i used it? and give me a function for those.

you said before

The car has been washed. This means the action has finished. ok

and another

the car is washed (what about that)

the car is being washed (what about that).

please explain that and give me also anothe example.

please......................

Alia
Hi Alia,
Others has clearly explained your questions. I just add here my own thought and hope it's ok.

For example: it's 12 o'clock now.
The car has been washed (you washed your car at 8 or 9 am today's morning)
The car is washed (you washed your car ealier, may be yesterday)
The car is being washed (you are washing your car now (12 o'clock), it's lunch time girl!)
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