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Present Simple Tense

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Noor Ankar

on 3 November 2014

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Transcript of Present Simple Tense

Present Simple Tense
Positive Form
* Base verb (+
s
)

Negative Form
WH-Question
Question
Forms
He works
I work
*
do/ does not +

base verb


We don't work
She doesn't work
* do/ does
.......base verb


Do they work?
Does it work
* Wh-word + question

Where do you work
We use the Present Simple when..
Time Expressions
General truths or facts
The sun always
rises
in the east
Habits or customs
Michael
likes
to walk in the evening
Future plans
( with future expression)
The news
begins
next week.
Sporting events, story telling, jokes
"Beckham
kicks
the ball!"
Time expressions that appear at the beginning or end of the sentence
every day
Time expressions that appear before the main verb or after the "verb to be"
always
Usually
sometimes
never
daily
on Tuesday
once a week
By: Noor Ankar
We usually add
s
to the 3rd person singular ( he, she, it)

Thank you!

All levels (Elementary and junior high school )
Practice!!
Listen to the conversation and write two positive forms and two negative forms and one question!
Lets exercise..!
http://www.montsemorales.com/gramatica/PresSimp1.htm
Grammar
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