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Powerpoint Present Simple
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Powerpoint Present Simple
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Powerpoint Present Simple
Powerpoint Present Simple
Powerpoint Present Simple
Powerpoint Present Simple
Powerpoint Present Simple
Powerpoint Present Simple
Powerpoint Present Simple
Powerpoint Present Simple
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Tense: Present Simple

Tense: Present Simple

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  • 1. <ul><li>Name: Elena Párraga Alcántara </li></ul>
  • 2. USE 1: Repeated Actions     USE 2: Facts or Generalizations     
  • 3. Use the Present Simple to express the idea that an action is repeated or usual . The action can be a habit, a hobby, a daily event, a scheduled event or something that often happens. It can also be something a person often forgets or usually does not do. USE 1: Repeated Actions    
  • 4. - I tennis. - She play tennis. - The train every morning at 8 am. - The train leave at 9am. Subject + (Verb ) + (s, es) + Object play does not leaves does not
  • 5. The Present Simple can also indicate the speaker believes that a fact was true before, is true now, and will be true in the future. It is not important if the speaker is correct about the fact . It is also used to make generalizations about people or things.
  • 6. - Cats milk. - Birds like milk. - Windows made of glass. - Windows made of wood. Subject + ( Verb ) + ( s, es ) + Object like do not are are not .
  • 7. Present Simple, third person singular Note: he, she, it in the third person singular the verb, always ends in : s he want s she need s A :
  • 8. Add es to verbs ending in: ss x sh ch he pa ss she cat ch he fi x it pu sh B . o es es es es He g o es
  • 9. Verbs ending in y ;the third person changes the to ies fly fl cry C: y ies cr ies Exception : If there is a vowel before the : y s pray play play pray s
  • 10.    Negative and question forms use DOES (=the third person of the auxiliary &apos; DO &apos; ) + the infinitive of the verb. He want s . Does he want? He does not want.
  • 11. . 1.Third person singular with s or es a. He goes to school every morning. b. She understands English. c. It mixes the sand and the water. d. He tries very hard. e. She enjoys playing the piano. Examples:
  • 12. 2. Present Simple, form: Example: to think , present simple Affirmative Interrogative Negative think I ? Do I think . I do not think think You ? Do you think . You don&apos;t think (s) hink t he, she, it ? Does he, she, it think . He, she, it doesn&apos;t think think we ? Do we think . We don&apos;t think think you ? Do you think . You don&apos;t think
  • 13. The present simple is used : A .to express habits , general truths , repeated actions or unchanging situations, emotions and wishes:  I smoke (habit); I work in London (unchanging situation); London is a large city (general truth) . . -He drinks tea at breakfast -She only eats fish. -They watch television regularly
  • 14.    You walk for two hundred metres, then you turn left. B . to give instructions or directions :    - You take the No.6 bus to Watney and then the No.10 to Bedford. - Open the packet and pour the contents into hot water.
  • 15. -Your exam starts at 09:00. c . to express fixed arrangements , present or future : -The bell rings at 8:00. The bus arrives at 7:00
  • 16. D .to express future time , after some conjunctions: after, when , before, as soon as , until : - He&apos;ll give it to you when you come next Saturday -His mother arrives tomorrow.    -Our holiday starts on the 26th March. -She&apos;ll see you before she leaves .
  • 17. 1. Every day, every Friday , every week, every month , every summer, every month , every year, always, usually, etc. . 2. All the time There are time expressions that we use only with the Present Simple and they are: I go to school every day. He visits me, every summer.

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