Translation:It takes seven days.
Can someone explain how tge future tense differs? Figured this could be "it will take 7 days"...
The future tense doesn't differ (grammatically), so, without context, your translation is also correct.
Japanese doesn't distinguish between the present and future tense; it's all just the "non-past" tense.
I just wrote that and it is correct. Or rather, it's another correct answer
I mean, the "whole crawling out of the TV and killing me" thing kinda sucks, but she's not a bad girl once you get to know her.
Ive just gotten a few wrong in a row from saying "It will take ", "It would take", and "It takes ___".