What are present simple questions?

Making Questions in the Simple Present

  • Where do you work?
  • What does he do?
  • How do they come here?
  • When do we start?
  • Why do they play football so late?
  • What does she like doing at the weekend?
  • Where do you go to the cinema?
  • When do we leave?

How do you practice present simple?

Present Simple activities with easy-to-find resources

  1. Around the clock. Get or make twelve flashcards of normal daily routines like “brush your hair”, with words and/ or pictures. …
  2. Personalised Present Simple dice game. …
  3. Present Simple magazine search. …
  4. Present Simple projects.

Does present simple exercise?

1) (he / drive to work every day) [ . ]Check Show
8) (she / dance often)? [ . ]Check Show

How do you check simple present tense?

We use the base form of verbs (go, work, speak,study) to form the Simple Present Tense. In the 3rd person singular (he, she, it), the base form of the verbs takes -s/es. English exercise „Simple present tense” created by anonyme with The test builder.

Do you questions examples?

Sample QuestionsShort Answer (Affirmative)Short Answer (Negative)
Do you speak English?Yes, I do.No, I don’t.
Do I need a dictionary?Yes, you do.No, you don’t.
Do you both speak English?Yes, we do.No, we don’t.
Do they speak English?Yes, they do.No, they don’t.

What are good questions to ask?

Break the ice and get to know people better by selecting several of these get-to-know-you questions.

  • Who is your hero?
  • If you could live anywhere, where would it be?
  • What is your biggest fear?
  • What is your favorite family vacation?
  • What would you change about yourself if you could?
  • What really makes you angry?

What are the examples of simple present tense?


  • He goes to school every morning.
  • She understands English.
  • It mixes the sand and the water.
  • He tries very hard.
  • She enjoys playing the piano.

What are the rules of present tense?

TensesTenses Rule
Present Simple tenseSubject + V1 + s/es + Object (Singular) Subject + V1 + Object (Plural)
Present Perfect tenseSubject + has + V3 + Object (Singular) Subject + have + V3 + Object (Plural)
Present Continuous tenseSubject + is/am/are + V1 + ing + object

Who questions in simple present tense?

When “who” is the subject we are asking which person does the action. Put an “-s” after the verb because “who” is like one person. So, it is the same as he, she, it, or one person.

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