Present Indefinite or Simple Present Tense
Present Indefinite Tense or Simple Present Tense
Subject + Form of Verb + Object
He, She, It, SS + 1st form of verb +s/es
The earth revolves around the sun.
He goes to school.
She sells the religious books.
It takes two apples.
I, We, They, You, PS + 1st form of verb + Object
I go to school daily.
They go to school daily.
We read our lesson daily.
The offices close at 4 P.M.
You take two apples.
- For repeated activity that denotes past, present or future
- He goes to office daily.
- He sells the vegetables
- It rains in winter.
- To indicate a consistent habit or routine
- The office closes at 4 P.M.
- We read our lesson daily.
- They work hard all day.
- For universal truth or law of nature
- The sun rises in the east.
- The earth revolves round the sun.
- The sun sets in the west.
- For activity that is in progress at present
- Do you understand now?
- Yes we understand now.
- Do you go to school every day?
- For a custom or practice
- The Muslim embraces one another on the Eid-day.
Put the verbs in the correct form of the Present Indefinite or Simple Present Tense
- She (love) her cat very much.
- He (go) to school every day.
- It (rain) at present.
- They (drink) tea every morning.
- Good students always (work) hard.
- The earth (revolve) around the sun.
- She (learn) French at present.
- They (not) do their work regularly.
- Shania (sing) a sad song daily.
- They always (come) back home late.
- She (speak) English now.
- She (speak) English quite well.
- The baby (cry) for milk now.
- They (go) to sleep at ten.
- He (not keep) me waiting.
- Do not
- Do not