Structure of Present Simple Tense.
Subject + V1 + (Object)
When do we use Present Simple Tense?
1. When the action happens regularly or "Repetitive actions."
- Marry goes shopping every weekend.
- I usually take a bus to school.
- I never want to see you again.
-- There are usually "adverb of frequency" in this type of sentence.--
Examples of adverb of frequency are
- every week
2. When the situation is true or always true.
- The sun rises from the East.
- I love you (well, at least, it is meant to be true.)
- China has the most population in the world.
3. Use Present Simple Tense with behavior, habit or tradition
- Picture represents million words
- John speaks so fast.
Must know about Present Simple Tense
- If the subject is the single and third person put an s after V1.
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