OpenSees–a system–is a noun.
Nouns are often verbed. For example, “I will conference next week in Chicago.”
As a verb, “to OpenSees” is to build, analyze, program, or document finite element models in OpenSees.
The standard verb tenses of “to OpenSees” are listed below.
- Simple present: I OpenSees every day.
- Present continuous: I am OpenSeesing right now.
- Present perfect: I have OpenSeesed for over 20 years.
- Present perfect continuous: I have been OpenSeesing since 1999.
- Simple past: I OpenSeesed yesterday.
- Past continuous: I was OpenSeesing when you called.
- Past perfect: I had OpenSeesed for nearly five years by the time I moved to Eastchester.
- Past perfect continuous: I had been OpenSeesing for 15 years before I learned Python.
- Simple future: I will OpenSees tomorrow.
- Future continuous: I will be OpenSeesing next Friday.
- Future perfect: I will have OpenSeesed for more than 20 hours by the end of this week.
- Future perfect continuous: I will have been OpenSeesing for over three hours today by the time I finish this post.
You can also use OpenSees in the subjunctive form, e.g., I suggest you OpenSees this week.
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Jaja! Es un verbo -ar, -ir, o -er? Me gustaria ver como lo conjugas 🙂
Funcionara ‘maresabrir’ como un verbo en espanol?