Simple Present Tense
We use Simple Present Tense for the facts that every time true
I do my homework every evening. (That is a general fact and not happening at the time being and not in the past or future. That is happening every time)
I listen to music everyday.
We do our homework in the evenings.
You use your computer every morning to look at your mails.
They participate all of the events in the school.
He listens to teacher
She prepares her school bag every morning
It barks all nights
The sentences structure for every tense in English is
Subject (+) Verb (+) Object
It is the same for Simple Present Tense
We use bare form of verbs after I / We /You / They
and we add -s to the verb after the He / She / It subject pronouns
TO MAKE A QUESTION
Do I read a book before sleeping?
Do you listen to your teacher at every lesson?
Do we use our own computers?
Do they drink tea?
Does he listen to you?
Does she speak in German?
Does it bark all night in the garden?
TO MAKE NEGATIVE EXPRESSIONS IN SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE
I don’t smoke
We don’t listen him
You don’t drink tea
They don’t participate our team generally
He doesn’t smoke
She doesn’t drink tea
It doesn’t make noise at nights
We do not add -s to the verbs in negatives and questions. We use does / doesn’t instead
for third person singular (HE/SHE/IT)
- Verbs ending in -y : the third person changes the -y to -ies:
fly –> flies, cry –> cries
Exception: if there is a vowel before the –y:
play –> plays, pray –> prays
- Add -es to verbs ending in:-ss, -x, -sh, -ch:
he passes, she catches, he fixes, it pushes