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    • The Simple Present Tense Daily Customs and General truths
    • Then, I take a bath
    • I get up in early morning every day
    • I pray (subuh) together in early morning
    • I have breakfast every morning
    • Then, I go to school with my friends
    • I always play with my friends at school
    • Especially at night, I always study alone
    • Water freezes at 32 degrees 32 º
    • Triangles have three sides
    • So, what is the simple present exactly?
    • The functions of simple present
      • Here we tell about our activity every day
      • Or
      • We tell about facts
      And what are the roles to express simple present tense?
      • Whenever the subject is the third person singular (he/she/it), we should add the verb with (s) or (es).
      • Eg;
      • she + go => she goes
      • he + eat => he eats
      • it + make => it makes
      • Especially for verb (have), when the subject is the third person singular, (have) changes to (has).
      • Eg;
      • she has breakfast every morning
    • Negative and Interrogative
      • She goes to school every day
      • They play football every Sunday
      • Negative:
      • she does not go to school every day
      • they do not play football every Sunday
      • s + do/does + not + verb + complement
      • Interrogative:
      • does she go to school every day?
      • do they play football every Sunday?
      • do/does + s + verb + complement + ?
    • Let’s make another example…. Run Throw
    • Exercise Arrange the sentence below
      • have – you – a car
      • a car – my sister – has
      • Joe – breakfast – has
      • a car – have – John’s sisters
    • Change the sentences below into negative and interrogative
      • Our brother teaches every day
      • Our brothers work every day