is - present tense
The word is is a linking verb. It does not tell an action, but rather a it tells a state or a condition.
Is denotes that the something singular happens at the present. It can also denote a universal truth or something that is considered as a fact. If we are to state something that happened in the past, we can use the past tense form was or were.
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