Is knotting the present tense of knot?

Alysha Kuhic asked a question: Is knotting the present tense of knot?
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Date created: Tue, Jul 27, 2021 6:45 PM

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Those who are looking for an answer to the question «Is knotting the present tense of knot?» often ask the following questions:

⛵ Over hand knot or thumb knot?

There are 3 common names for the same knot - Overhand Knot, Thumb Knot, and Common Knot. None is more "correct" than the other, it is simply a matter of where the knot was taught to the person using the knot.

⛵ Do hyenas knot when mating?

The male hyena does not have a knot, therefore they do not knot.

⛵ Is a liar's knot real?

Yes, the definition is 'any knot that is improperly tied, but looks correct'. So the granny knot is a liar's knot if you intended to tie a square knot.

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How it is used determines tense I think. Knot can be used in any tense There was a knot in my laces. There is a knot in my laces. I'm going to knot my laces. Past, present and future. Knotting is the same. It's how the word is used that determines the tense.Knotting is the present perfect tense of Knot. Knot is a word that can be used as a verb, noun or as a verbal. A verbal is a word that looks like a verb, but it's not a verb.Example of Knot used as a verb in the present.I knot the rope to the tree every day.Example of Knot used as a verb in present perfect.I am knotting the rope to the tree right now.Examples of Knot used as a NOUN.I made a knot using this string.There was a knot in my laces.There is a knot in my laces.Example of Knot used as a Verbal.I'm going to knot my laces.

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