Present simple

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The present simple in English in affirmative, negative and interrogative forms.

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Present simple

  1. 1. PRESENT SIMPLE I eat, you eat, he eats…
  2. 2. EXAMPLES  British people like animals.  They live in houses with gardens.  My husband works from 9 to 5 pm  Ann has three children.
  3. 3. AFFIRMATIVE  Use the infinitive verb:  I play tennis / We live in Spain  For HE / SHE / IT we use infinitive verb + -s / -es / -ies  He works / he plays/ he lives  She watches / she finishes / she goes / she does  She studies  The spelling rules are the same as for the plurals.
  4. 4. NEGATIVE  Use DON’T or DOESN’T + infinitive verb  Don’t = do not  Doesn’t = does not  REMEMBER!!!  He doesn’t work (right)  NOT “He doesn’t works” (wrong)
  5. 5. EXCEPTIONS  3rd person singular:  I have He has  I do He does  I say He says

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