"Hon sitter och han står."
Translation:She is sitting and he is standing.
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Does Swedish have both present and (I think this is correct) present perfect tenses? To me, it seems that the Swedish word "sitter" can translate to English as either "sits" (present tense) or "is sitting" (present perfect tense). Based on this example, I perceive that Swedish has only one form of present tense verbs. Is this correct?