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In the article different uses of perfect forms of simple present were marked. More space was devoted to performative use, so in the nature of things referring to the present, what means creating and expressing present action. Such use of perfect forms, confirmed by literature relic, was the standard in whole Slovenian language history. In contemporary Slovenian language although still used and correct, the perfect forms are more often displaced by imperative ones. The characteristic feature of Slovenian language (more often than of Polish) is using perfect forms of simple present in omnitemporal and historic meaning (praesens historicum).