Simple Present Tense

By | December 18, 2019

Simple Present Tense chart, worksheet, formula, examples, rules, sentences list find here.

Simple Present Tense chart, worksheet, formula, examples, rules, sentences list find here.

Simple Present Tense

Simple Present Tense refers to an action which takes place regularly on continuous basis or regularly to be performed or ongoing.

For Example: 1. The sun sets in the west.
2. Shop will open 10’o’ clock a.m
3.He walk to museum.

Affirmative

Subject (sing) + VI (s,es) + object
Subject (plus) + VI + object

  • If subject is simple and verb ends with s,es,sh,ch,o,x then we add “es” otherwise only “s” is used

Example:

  1. Go- goes
  2. Reflex- reflexes
  3. Find-finds
  4. Talk-talks

The verbs ends with ‘y’ then we omit ‘y’ and put ‘ies’

Example:

  1. Worry- worries
  2. Carry- carries
  3. ‘I’ and ‘you’ are considerede as plural subjects.

Example:

  1. Ram goes to school.
  2. They play football
  3. You write a letter
  4. He drinks a milk

Negative

Subject + (do/does) not + VI + object

Example:

  1. Ram does not go to school.
  2. They do not play foorball
  3. You do not write a letter.
  4. He does not drink milk.

Interrogative

(Do/Does) + subject + VI + object ?

Example:

  1. Does Ram go to sschool?
  2. Do they play foortball?
  3. Do you write a letter?
  4. Does he drink milk?

Negative Interrogative

(Do/Does) not + subject+ VI + Object?

Example:

  1. Does’nt Ram go to school?
  2. Don’t they play football?
  3. Don’t you write a letter?
  4. Doesn’t he drink water?

“Wh-Word” (Question Word) Interrogative

Wh-word + do/does) + subject + VI + object?

Example:

  1. When does ram go to school?
  2. What do they play?
  3. What do you write?
  4. What does he drink?

Note: In “wh-words” interrogative sentences “wh-word” comes first then we put helping verb: do/does.

But if the “wh-words” is “who” then direct main verb is used

Example:

  1. Where do you work?
  2. Who tells a story?
  3. Who does not tell a story?

English Grammar Topics

AdjectiveArticles
ClausesConjunction
InterjectionModals
NounParts of Speech
PhrasesPrepositions
PronounSentence
TensesVerb
VoiceWord
SynonymsAntonyms

All Types of Tenses

Present SimplePresent Continuous
Present PerfectPresent Perfect Continuous
Past SimplePast Continuous
Past PerfectPast Perfect Continuous
Future SimpleFuture Continuous
Future PerfectFuture Perfect Continuous