Simple present

by Lourdes2389
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Language Arts
English Language Learners ELL, ESL EFL

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Simple present

It is used to express a habit, a routine or a fact. Example:- Gina wakes up everyday at 7:00 o'clock- Guillermo studies French everyday.- Marie lives in Mexico.- Jona likes ice cream.

Examples:I play tennis.She doesn't play tennis. The train leaves every morining.Cats like milk.Birds don't like milk.My dad always fixes de chair.She always forgets her purse.

Questions:Do they play tennis?Yes, they do.Does Marie cook the dinner?No, she doesn't.

When you use "does" or "doesn't" don't use the "s" or "es" of the verb.

By: Saray Navarro

Simple Present

To make a negative sentece use:Don't: for I, you, we, theyDoesn't: for he, she itFor example:You don't watch TV in the afternoons.He doesn't cooks on weekends.

If you use: he, she or it in the sentence, remember to add "s" or "es" to the verb.

When to add “es” to he, she or it?- When the verb ends in: ss, x, sh, ch:Example: Pass - he passesCatch - she catchesFix - he fixesPush - it pushes

Change “y” for “ies” when verbs end in (consonant) + y Example: Fly – It fliesCry – He criesDeny - She denies


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