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Present Simple

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Charles Plata

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Present Simple
Let`s learn the present simple
Grammar of the Present Simple
What a hell is that?
Use the present simple:
to talk about things that happen regulary
:
He plays golf every day

To talk about facts:
She comes from France
(=she is french)
Greengrocers sell vegetables
I don`t speak chinese
Present simple Auxiliary verbs

DO
-
DOES

Do -
Does
I
you
we
they
She
He
It
Present simple tense Conjugation
Negative tense

I don`t play
- I do not play
You don`t write
- You do not wrie
He doesn`t eat
- He doesn`t eat
She

doesn`t run
- She does not run
It doesn`t talk
- It does not talk
We don`t study
- We do not study
They don`t practice
- They do not practice
You don`t learn
- You do not learn
Affirmative tense
I
play
You
write
He
eats
She
runs
It
talks
We
study
They
practice
You
learn
Negative tense

Do I play?

Do you write?

Does he eat?

Does she run?

Does it talk?
Do we study?
Do they practice?

Do you learn?
First and second Personal Pronouns
Third Personal Pronouns
Also you can use the Wh-Questions

What
When
Where
Who
Why
How

Examples:
What
do
you Eat?
When
does
she travel?
Where
do
they go?
Who
do
you live with?
Why
do
you want to travel?
How
does
she play the piano?
True in the present
The adult human body contains 206 bones.
Light travels at almost 300,000 kilometres per second.
something that is fixed in the future.
The school term starts next week.
The train leaves at 1945 this evening.
We fly to Paris next week.


something that happens again and again in the present:

I play football every weekend.

We use words like sometimes, often. always, and never (adverbs of frequency) with the present tense:

I sometimes go to the cinema.
She never plays football.
I wake up very early ever day


He studies mathematics

I play the piano everyday

They practice soccer every day.

Toby my dog eats fish

She works on her basket after dinner every day.

THE PRESENT SIMPLE TENSE
(Affirmative)

Remember:
We use the Present Simple to describe
habits, facts, states and regular
actions.
It is the most common and important tense in English.

We add -es to the base form when the verb ends with ch, sh, s, x, o

watch - watches
wash - washes
kiss - kisses
fix - fixes
Go - Goes

Examples:
She
watches
T.V.
He w
ashes
his cloth.
Sam
kisses
Sara
Tom
fixes
his car
The bird
goes
trough the trees
When the verb ends with -Y and there is a consonant before , we will drop it and add -ies

fly fl flies

The dove Flies every day in the garden
The dove fly every day in the garden
Remember is not correct to say that in English

When a verb ends with
-y
and there is a
vowel before
, we will add just
-s
play plays

Tom Plays soccer in the park
Peter looks for a job

Thanks
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