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Simple present tense. English Lessson 1.

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Presentación del simple present tense, con las estructuras para hacer oraciones y preguntas y ejemplos.

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Simple present tense. English Lessson 1.

  1. 1. Simple Present TenseSimple Present Tense
  2. 2. ∗When it is used? Simple Present TenseSimple Present Tense
  3. 3. It is not used in the same way in which simple present tense is used in Spanish Simple Present TenseSimple Present Tense
  4. 4. ∗ It is used for activities you do periodically (each week, frequently). ∗ It is also used for general truths (universal affirmations and denials) ∗ Finally, it is used for particular truths. Simple Present TenseSimple Present Tense
  5. 5. ∗ Structure:Structure: ∗ Subject + Verb + Complement Simple Present TenseSimple Present Tense
  6. 6. ∗Examples: ∗Subject + Verb + Complement ∗I play soccer ∗They play baseball twice a week ∗She likes movies ∗2 plus 2 equals 4 Simple Present TenseSimple Present Tense
  7. 7. ∗ Denial Sentence Structure: ∗ Subject + Do not/Does not + Verb (infinitive) Simple Present TenseSimple Present Tense
  8. 8. ∗ Examples: ∗ Subject + Do not/Does not + Verb + Complement ∗ I don’t play soccer ∗ They don’t play baseball twice a week ∗ She does not like movies ∗ 2 plus 2 doesn’t equal 4 Simple Present TenseSimple Present Tense
  9. 9. ∗ Question Sentence Structure: ∗ Do/Does+ Subject + Verb (infinitive)? Simple Present TenseSimple Present Tense
  10. 10. ∗Examples: ∗Subject + Verb + Complement ∗Do I play soccer? ∗Do they play baseball twice a week? ∗Does she like movies? ∗Does 2 plus 2 equal 4? Simple Present TenseSimple Present Tense
  11. 11. ∗ Structure: ∗ Subject + Verb + Complement ∗ Denial Sentence Structure: ∗ Subject + Do not/Does not + Verb (infinitive) ∗ Question Sentence Structure: ∗ Do/Does+ Subject + Verb (infinitive)? SummarySummary ∗ By: Oscar Araiz

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