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Simple Present Tense & Present Continuous Tense

Will be presented on Tuesday. Wish me luck ><
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Transcript of Simple Present Tense & Present Continuous Tense

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Simple Present Tense
We use THE PRESENT TENSE :-

to express regular habits or daily routine

to express general facts

to schedule events in the future

with certain time expressions/adverbs of frequency

always, usually, often sometimes, occasionally,
rare/seldom, never

with verbs expressing like or dislike other emotions

love, like, dislike, hate, want, need, prefer, care,
etc.
The End
What is Simple Present Tense?
CONTINUOUS
PRESENT
TENSE
.
SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE
&
PRESENT CONTINUOUS TENSE
PRESENTED BY :
NAJIHAH
ZARIF
FATHUR
(WH questions)

(WH word + do/does (auxiliary) + sub + v + rest of sentence)
FORMULATION
We use PRESENT SIMPLE :-
- to express general facts
We use SIMPLE PRESENT
- to talk about situations in life that
last a relatively long time or that
are permanent.
We use SIMPLE PRESENT :-
- for statements that always true
The sun rise
s
in the East
The earth move
s
around the sun
or add depth!
We use PRESENT SIMPLE :-
- with certain time expression
With certain time expression
Everyday, Every month, Every year on sunday at the weekend.
Her grandpa
goes
on a walk
every day
Adverbs of frequency
Always, normally, sometime, usually, generally, often, rarely, never etc.
He sometimes play
s
cricket
We use PRESENT SIMPLE
- to fixed future events (timetables)
The train leave
s
Johor at 11.30 a.m
USAGE OF THE PRESENT TENSE
She live
s
in Kuala Lumpur
She work
s
as a lecturer
We use PRESENT SIMPLE
- with verbs expressing or
LIKE
They like reading a Journal
She enjoy
s
listening to music
He love
s
playing computer games
FORMULATION
(Affirmative form)

sub + auxiliary (am/is/are) + verb I + ing + rest of the sentence

(Negative form)

sub + auxiliary (am/is/are) + not +verb I + ing + rest of the sentence
(Interrogative form)

auxiliary (am/is/are) + sub +verb I + ing + rest of the sentence
USAGE OF PRESENT CONTINUOUS TENSE
We
are
study
ing
the
present continuous now
Owl
is
eat
ing
a meat right now
We
are
hav
ing
lunch
We use Present Continuous :-
- action happening at the moment
We use Simple Continuous Tense :-
- planned future events (usually in the near future
- We
are
leavi
ng
tomorrow.
- We
are
mov
ing
to Petaling Street this week.
- I
am
meet
ing
Suflan this afternoon.
- He
is
not go
ing
to the class this morning

We use Simple Continuous Tense :-
- activities continuing only for a limited period of time
I'm riding a bike to get work because my car is broken

Temporary action
(His car will soon be repaired)
We use Simple Continuous Tense :-
- activities continuing only for a limited period of time
She is living in Muree nowadays.
Temporary Actions
(She is there only for summer vacation).
- when we are in the middle of something but not
actually doing at the moment of speaking
We use Present Continuous Tense :-
Eg : I am getting late. I am going to go now. We are working on a project
What is
Simple Continuous Tense
THANK
YOU
The Present Continuous Tense is formed by combining the Present form of
Be
(am, is or are) with the Continuous Participle of the main verb.
We use Present Simple :-
- to express regular habits/daily routine
Garfield's routine
Everyday Garfields wake
s

up at 10 a.m
Garfield brush
es
his teeth.
Garfield has a breakfast
He play
s
computer games
Garfield has a lunch
at 12 p.m
Garfield watch
es
television
Finally he go
es
to bed
(Affirmative form)
-verb to be-
(sub + auxiliary (is/are) + rest of the sentence)
(Affirmative form)
-verb to have-
(sub + verb to have + rest of the sentence)
(Affirmative form)
-singular verb ends in s,es/ies-
(sub + verb/s,es + rest of the sentence)
(Negative form)
-verb to be-
(sub + auxiliary (is,are + not) + rest the sentence)

(Negative form)
-verb to have-
sub + auxiliary (does,do + not) + rest the sentence)
(Interrogative form : YES/NO questions)

(is/are (auxiliary) + sub + (does/do) + rest of question?)
(Interrogative form : YES/NO questions)

(do/does (auxiliary) + sub + have + rest of question?)
My presentation english class start
s
after raya

The Simple Present Tense is constituted by the verb's Present Form.
The spelling of the singular verb ends in s, es or ies (end with y) except for the verb
Be
and the plural without these endings.
-ends in s
run > run
s
, sit > sit
s
, walk > walk
s

-ends in es (sibilant word) - ss, ch, x, ch, tch, sh, zz
watch > watch
es
, guess > guess
es
, mix > mix
es

-ends in ies - y
study > stud
ies
, party > part
ies
, fly > fl
ies
DISLIKE
They
don't
like reading a Journal
She
doesn't
enjoy listening to music
He
doesn't
love playing computer games
Am/Is/Are + Continuous Participle
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