Present Simple Tense

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<ul><li><p>Present Simple Tense( ) </p></li><li><p>Present Simple </p><p> now past future</p></li><li><p> Present Simple </p><p>+-? I V1 Ido not</p><p> V1DoI</p><p> V1?</p><p> He V(e)s Hedoes not</p><p>Doeshe She Sheshe It Itit We</p><p> V1 Wedo not</p><p>Dowe You YouyouThey Theythey</p></li><li><p> every day/week/month/yearusuallyoftenalwaysrarelyseldomsometimesneverin the morning/evening/afternoonat night</p><p>on Mondaysgenerallyoccasionallyfrequentlytwice a day/month/yearevery other dayonce in a whilefrom time to timehardly everdaily/monthly</p></li><li><p> 100% always90% usually80% normally / generally 70% often / frequently50% sometimes30% occasionally10% seldom5% hardly ever / rarely0% never</p></li><li><p> .e.g. Jane always passes her exams. </p><p> to be, (do, have .) , : e.g. She is never happy. You can always call me if you need help. </p></li><li><p>Present Simple :1. , , .e.g. He works in a bank. He takes the train to work every morning. </p><p>2. , .e.g. The sun sets in the west.3. (, , ). e.g. The plane from Brussels arrives at 8.30.</p></li><li><p>Present Simple :4. , , , .e.g. Peterson overtakes Williams and wins the race. Mike Dalton plays the part of Macbeth. Then the prince gets on his horse and quickly rides away.5. , .e.g. You sprinkle some cheese on the pizza and then you bake it. </p></li><li><p>Present Simple :6. ( ).e.g. I was sitting in the park, reading a newspaper, when all of a sudden this dog jumps at me. </p><p>7. , .e.g. QUAKE HITS CENTRAL IRAN FIRE BREAKS OUT IN HOTEL ROOM</p></li><li><p>Present Simple :8. , . e.g. Why dont you join us? Why dont you stay with us for the weekend?</p><p>9. ( when, after, before, as soon as, until, if, in case, unless .)e.g. Ill phone you as soon as I come back home. If it keeps raining well have to stay at home.</p></li><li><p>Present Simple :10. , It says here, I hear, I gather, I see, I understand, They say, (Someone) says, (Someone) tells me, , , .e.g. I gather youre worried about Ken. Jane tells me youre thinking of emigrating. Professor Otto is at the conference and I hear shes an excellent speaker. </p></li><li><p> : . . .., .., 2005.Jenny Dooley, Virginia Evans. Grammarway, 1999. Martin Hewings. Advanced grammar in use, 2005.Raymond Murphy. English grammar in use, 2012.5. Betty Azar. Understanding and using English grammar, 2002.</p><p>*</p></li></ul>