Simple Present Tenses

Simple Present Tenses

Description of the simple present tense:
In general, the “simple present tense” expresses events or situations that exist always, usually, habitually; they exist now, have existed in the past, and probably will exist in the future.


It snows in Alaska.
Mary watches T.V every day.

The Simple Present tense

Simple Present Tense

Free English Grammar Lessons | Simple Present tense
The Form:

I / You /We /They + VERB


I love reading book.

They live in a small house.

We speak English.

She / HE / It + VERB- S / ES


She spends a lot of time to learn English.
He likes playing football.
It goes weak very quickly because of the quality.

The Usage

1. The Simple Present tense says that something was true in the past, is true at present, and will be true in the future. It expresses general statements of facts, and timeless truths.


The sun rises in the East.
The world is round.
The average person breathes 21,600 times a day.

2. The Simple Present tense is used to express habitual or every activities


I study for two hours every day.
I get up at 7 every morning.
He always eats a sandwich for lunch.


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