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not positive about past and present...... however leer is "to read" so the forms are he/she READS, I/you/they/we READ. i don't think there's a definite present or past tense of leer in spanish, it's just the difference in how you would say the word. in english you wouldn't say "i reads", right? :) hoope that was a little help....
In fact, there are more verb tenses in Spanish than in English, and for all persons their conjugation is different as seen in the present tense. So, given a written word you can know which specific tense and person is been used.
Yo leo - present tense
Yo leí - perfect past tense
Yo leía - imperfect past tense
... and many more =)