PRESENT
SIMPLE
• THE SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE IS
USED TO
STATE:
• HABITUAL ACTIONS
Examples:
• I wake up at 7 a.m. every day.
• She usually g...
• For the simple present form.
always add an “s” to the verb
when the subject is singular
except for “l” and “you”
• To show that an action is done often
or everyday
Example
• I go to school every day.
• You drink milk every day.
• We ha...
• Have and has are used to show
possessions, in the simple
present tense:
• has is used with a singular
subject
Examples:
...
• have is used with a plural subject
except for “ I’
and “you”
I
You
We
They
Peter and Jane
All of them

have

a hobby.
Fill in the blanks with the correct words
from the box.
walk
like
likes
is
has
have
am
wants
write
comes
want
are
1. I ………...
Underline the correct words.
1. Halim ( cycles , cycle ) to his tuition
class every day.
2. Leopards ( hunt, hunts) smalle...
PRESENT
CONTINUOUS
(BE +VERB+ING)
• Positive Form

I am waiting for the bus.
I must go back to the office,
we are working on a project.
 I a...
• Negative Form

I am not waiting for the bus.
We are not working on the
project.
 He is not playing tennis with
Jim tomo...
• Questions

Are you waiting for the bus?
Are they working on the
project?
 Is he playing tennis with Jim
tomorrow?


• We use the present Continuous
to say we are in the middle of
an action (It’s going on at that
very moment.)

I am waitin...
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  1. 1. PRESENT SIMPLE
  2. 2. • THE SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE IS USED TO STATE: • HABITUAL ACTIONS Examples: • I wake up at 7 a.m. every day. • She usually goes to the market every Saturday. • They sleep late every night. • He always works late on Saturdays. • The sun sets in the west.
  3. 3. • For the simple present form. always add an “s” to the verb when the subject is singular except for “l” and “you”
  4. 4. • To show that an action is done often or everyday Example • I go to school every day. • You drink milk every day. • We have six meals a day. • They take their baths in the mornings and evenings. • He sleeps at ten every night. • She drinks water every day. • Ali eats fish every day. • Boon Seng takes a bath every morning.
  5. 5. • Have and has are used to show possessions, in the simple present tense: • has is used with a singular subject Examples: He She Mary has a hobby. Everyone Each of them
  6. 6. • have is used with a plural subject except for “ I’ and “you” I You We They Peter and Jane All of them have a hobby.
  7. 7. Fill in the blanks with the correct words from the box. walk like likes is has have am wants write comes want are 1. I ………. to school every day. 2. Robin ….. a hamster. 3. Shanti ….. to wear saris. 4. I ….. to read a storybook. 5. Do you….. to dance. 6. Sing Fatt ….. to call his friend. 7. My father ….. home from work at 6.00 p.m.
  8. 8. Underline the correct words. 1. Halim ( cycles , cycle ) to his tuition class every day. 2. Leopards ( hunt, hunts) smaller animals for food. 3. Thunder always ( follow , follows ) lightning. 4. Please ( write, writes ) your name on the top right-hand corner of the answer sheet. 5. Jaspreet ( water, waters ) all the plants every evening. 6. Electricians( use, uses ) pliers to cut or bend wires. 7. Padi ( grow, grows ) well in Kedah Darul Aman.
  9. 9. PRESENT CONTINUOUS
  10. 10. (BE +VERB+ING) • Positive Form I am waiting for the bus. I must go back to the office, we are working on a project.  I am playing tennis with Jim tomorrow.  
  11. 11. • Negative Form I am not waiting for the bus. We are not working on the project.  He is not playing tennis with Jim tomorrow  
  12. 12. • Questions Are you waiting for the bus? Are they working on the project?  Is he playing tennis with Jim tomorrow?  
  13. 13. • We use the present Continuous to say we are in the middle of an action (It’s going on at that very moment.) I am waiting for the bus at the moment. (I’m at the station  now.)
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