Simple Present Tense
Here's an example:
"I eat breakfast every morning."
In this sentence, "eat" is the simple present tense form of the verb "eat". The speaker is describing a habit or routine they have in the present: eating breakfast every morning. The use of "eat" indicates that this action is a regular occurrence and happens in the present.
|General rule: root form of the verb + s|
like -> likes
think -> thinks
|(Third person) verb ends in -ch, -sh, -ss, -x, or -z : verb + es|
watch -> watches
finish -> finishes
kiss -> kisses
mix -> mixes
|(Third person) verb ends in -y : verb + ies|
study -> studies
carry -> carries
|(Third person) verb ends in -y and has a preceding vowel : verb + s|
delay -> delays
enjoy -> enjoys
1) Water boils at 100 degrees Celsius.
2) The earth orbits around the sun.
3) The Earth rotates on its axis once every 24 hours.
1) I eat breakfast every morning.
2) She goes for a run in the park every evening.
3) He reads the newspaper before work every day.
1) The conference begins at 9 AM on Monday.
2) The flight leaves at 7 PM tonight.
3) The movie starts at 2 PM this afternoon.
1) The referee blows the whistle and the game begins.
2) The singer takes the stage and starts the first song.
3) The announcer introduces the guest speaker, who walks up to the podium.
|I eat||I do not eat||Do i eat?|
|We eat||We do not eat||Do we eat?|
|You eat||You do not eat||Do you eat?|
|He eats||He does not eat||Does he eat?|
|She eats||She does not eat||Does she eat?|
|It eats||It does not eat||Does it eat?|
|They eat||They do not eat||Do they eat?|