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Simple Present Tense practice with example | Govt Exam Preparation

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Simple Present Tense practice with example

Simple Present Tense also known as Simple Indefinite tense is generally used to express present actions. Presents actions by means all the habitual activities, daily events and universal facts. It is also used to convey all the regular activities.

First of all, lets learn and understand simple present tense and practice the below questions to get the overall idea of this tense. We have covered all tenses in separate article and we suggest you to go through them because learning all the tenses will build your grasp over English.

Definition – Simple present tense is used to describe an event, an action, or condition that is happening in the present, while speaking or writing it.

For E.g:

I Play.

He/She Plays

Simple present tense practice with example

Uses of Simple Present Tense:

Habitual Action, General activities, Repeated activities, Permanent activities and General truth etc.

  • Security guard generally leaves at midnight.
  • Daman seldom gets up early.
  • PM goes for a walk in the morning.
  • The sun rises in the east and sets in the west.

These action are expressed by adverbs such as “often, seldom, usually, generally, never, occasionally, sometimes, normally, always, rarely and daily“.

Formula for Simple Present Tense:

A sentence can be formed in total three ways, Positive, Negative and interrogative sentence.

Positive sentence:

Subject Verb 1st form OR verb 1st form + s/es Object

E.g.: Shiv goes to school.

Where to use s/es ?

If subject is, He, She, It, proper noun or singular then “s/es” is added with the first form of the verb. In above example Shiv is proper noun so go+es is used.

Examples:

  1. Meena dances in the balcony.
  2. I go to temple.
  3. Ram plays cricket.

Negative sentence:

Subject Do not/Does not + Verb 1st form Object

E.g.: Shiv does not go to school.

Where to use Do not /Does not ?

If subject is, He, She, It, proper noun or singular then “Does not ” is used and if subject is “I, we, they, you or plural” then “Do not” is used . In above example Shiv is proper noun so does not is used.

Examples:

  1. Meena does not dance in the balcony.
  2. I do not go to temple.
  3. Ram does not play cricket.

Interrogative sentence:

Do/Does Subject Verb 1st form Object

E.g.: Does shiv go to school ?

Where to use Do not /Does not ?

If subject is, He, She, It, proper noun or singular then “Does not ” is used and if subject is “I, we, they, you or plural” then “Do not” is used . In above example Shiv is proper noun so does not is used.

Examples:

  1. Does Meena dance in the balcony ?
  2. Do i go to temple ?
  3. Does Ram play cricket ?

More Practices and Example:

  1. Suhani always ….. in time. (come)
  2. I ……… to office daily. (go)
  3. Ram …. his wife. (love)
  4. Chameleon frequently ….. color. (change)
  5. She … dinner at 7 p.m. ( not have)

Answers:

  1. Comes
  2. Go
  3. Loves
  4. Changes
  5. Does not have

Open below links to read and practice English Tense separately.

Present Tense:

  1. Simple Present Tense
  2. Present Continuous Tense
  3. Perfect Tense
  4. Perfect continuous Tense

Past Tense:

  1. Simple Past Tense
  2. Past Continuous Tense
  3. Perfect Tense
  4. Past Perfect continuous Tense

Future Tense:

  1. Simple Future Tense
  2. Continuous Tense
  3. Future Perfect Tense
  4. Perfect continuous Tense (Future)

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