We use the simple present tense for anything that happens often or is factual. Here are a few examples: I go to school every day. We play outside after school each day. Every Monday they eat spaghetti for dinner.
What is present simple form?
It is used to describe habits, unchanging situations, general truths, and fixed arrangements. The simple present tense is simple to form. Just use the base form of the verb: (I take, you take, we take, they take) The 3rd person singular takes an -s at the end. ( he takes, she takes)
Do does present simple?
We use do and does to make questions with the present simple. We use does for the third person singular (she/he/it) and do for the others. We use do and does with question words like where, what and when: Where do Angela and Rita live?
Who questions present simple?
|why||does he play ?|
|who||does she play ?|
|when||do we play ?|
|how||do they play ?|
What is present tense Give 5 example?
Bill writes the letters. Peter is coming to our place. Bob has given the book to Allen. I am going to the varsity.
What are 10 simple present tense?
10 Examples of Simple Present Tense Sentences
- My son lives in London.
- She plays basketball.
- He goes to football every day.
- He loves to play basketball.
- Does he go to school?
- It usually rains every day here.
- It smells very delicious in the kitchen.
- George brushes her teeth twice a day.
What is the simple tense?
The simple tense in English is the most basic way to express action. The simple tense is a verb tense for past, present, and future events. The simple tense is outlined in the example below using a regular verb. Simple past: I jumped.
How do you make a simple present question?
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?
What are the rules of present simple?
We use the Present Simple tense when:
- the action is general.
- the action happens all the time, or habitually, in the past, present and future.
- the action is not only happening now.
- the statement is always true.
What are the rules for present simple tense?
The Present Simple Tense
- To regular verbs just add an s – Ex: travel >travels, give > gives, play >plays.
- To verbs that end in s, ss, sh, ch, x, and o, add an es – Ex: wash > washes, mix > mixes, go >goes.
- To verbs end in y after a consonant (any letter that isn’t a vowel), change the y to i and add es.