Is "has made" present tense?

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Jun 29, 2018

Answer:

No. "Has made" is past tense.

Explanation:

Present tense means that something is happening in the present.

"Has made" is in the past tense because it is talking about something that happened in the past.

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"Is making" is the present tense form.

PAST:
Timothy has made forty dollars over the last week.

PRESENT:
Timothy is making forty dollars this week too.