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Simple Present Tense
Simple present is also known as present simple and present indefinite.

The simple present tense expresses an action in the present that takes place once, never, or several times. Present simple is also used to express actions that take place one after another and for actions that are set by a schedule or timetable. The simple present also expresses facts in the present.

To Be

  • Am is used with the personal pronoun I
  • Is is used with the personal pronouns he, she or it (or with the singular forms of nouns)
  • Are is used with the personal pronouns we, you or they (or with the plural form of nouns)
For example: I am thirsty, He is hungry, they are crazy.

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To Have

  • Have is used with the personal pronouns I, you, we and they (or with the plural forms of nouns.
  • Has is used with the personal pronouns he, she, it (or with singular forms of nouns)

Example: I have a cat or I have got a cat, 

Have got is usually used in British English. You can also use "have" on its own without got (American English). However, in this case you must form negative sentences and questions with the auxiliary verb "do".

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Other Verbs

  • The infinite verb learn is used with the personal pronouns I, you, we and they. (or with the plural form of nouns)
  • The verb +s learns is used with the personal pronouns he, she and it. (or with the singular form of noun)
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The auxiliary verb "do" is used in the negative sentences and questions.

The 3rd person singular of do is does. This means that in negative sentences and questions the "S" of the main verb is placed behind do.

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Simple Present Tense Exercises