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#### Indicative

Present Simple
Perfect Simple
Past Simple
Pluperfect Simple
Future Simple
Future perfect Simple
Present Continuous
Perfect Continuous
Past Continuous
Pluperfect Continuous
Future Continuous
Future perfect Continuous
 I see the forest but for the trees you see the forest but for the trees he/she/it sees the forest but for the trees we see the forest but for the trees they see the forest but for the trees
 I have seen the forest but for the trees you have seen the forest but for the trees he/she/it has seen the forest but for the trees we have seen the forest but for the trees they have seen the forest but for the trees
 I saw the forest but for the trees you saw the forest but for the trees he/she/it saw the forest but for the trees we saw the forest but for the trees they saw the forest but for the trees
 I had seen the forest but for the trees you had seen the forest but for the trees he/she/it had seen the forest but for the trees we had seen the forest but for the trees they had seen the forest but for the trees
 I will see the forest but for the trees you will see the forest but for the trees he/she/it will see the forest but for the trees we will see the forest but for the trees they will see the forest but for the trees
 I will have seen the forest but for the trees you will have seen the forest but for the trees he/she/it will have seen the forest but for the trees we will have seen the forest but for the trees they will have seen the forest but for the trees
 I am seeing the forest but for the trees you are seeing the forest but for the trees he/she/it is seeing the forest but for the trees we are seeing the forest but for the trees they are seeing the forest but for the trees
 I have been seeing the forest but for the trees you have been seeing the forest but for the trees he/she/it has been seeing the forest but for the trees we have been seeing the forest but for the trees they have been seeing the forest but for the trees
 I was seeing the forest but for the trees you were seeing the forest but for the trees he/she/it was seeing the forest but for the trees we were seeing the forest but for the trees they were seeing the forest but for the trees
 I had been seeing the forest but for the trees you had been seeing the forest but for the trees he/she/it had been seeing the forest but for the trees we had been seeing the forest but for the trees they had been seeing the forest but for the trees
 I will be seeing the forest but for the trees you will be seeing the forest but for the trees he/she/it will be seeing the forest but for the trees we will be seeing the forest but for the trees they will be seeing the forest but for the trees
 I will have been seeing the forest but for the trees you will have been seeing the forest but for the trees he/she/it will have been seeing the forest but for the trees we will have been seeing the forest but for the trees they will have been seeing the forest but for the trees

#### Subjunctive

Present Simple
Perfect Simple
Imperfect Simple
Pluperfect Simple
 I see the forest but for the trees you see the forest but for the trees he/she/it see the forest but for the trees we see the forest but for the trees they see the forest but for the trees
 I have seen the forest but for the trees you have seen the forest but for the trees he/she/it have seen the forest but for the trees we have seen the forest but for the trees they have seen the forest but for the trees
 I saw the forest but for the trees you saw the forest but for the trees he/she/it saw the forest but for the trees we saw the forest but for the trees they saw the forest but for the trees
 I had seen the forest but for the trees you had seen the forest but for the trees he/she/it had seen the forest but for the trees we had seen the forest but for the trees they had seen the forest but for the trees

#### Conditional

Present Simple
Perfect Simple
Present Continuous
Perfect Continuous
 I would see the forest but for the trees you would see the forest but for the trees he/she/it would see the forest but for the trees we would see the forest but for the trees they would see the forest but for the trees
 I would have seen the forest but for the trees you would have seen the forest but for the trees he/she/it would have seen the forest but for the trees we would have seen the forest but for the trees they would have seen the forest but for the trees
 I would be seeing the forest but for the trees you would be seeing the forest but for the trees he/she/it would be seeing the forest but for the trees we would be seeing the forest but for the trees they would be seeing the forest but for the trees
 I would have been seeing the forest but for the trees you would have been seeing the forest but for the trees he/she/it would have been seeing the forest but for the trees we would have been seeing the forest but for the trees they would have been seeing the forest but for the trees

#### Imperative

 you see the forest but for the trees we Let's see the forest but for the trees

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