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Grammar for kids - The Present Simple Tense: Beautiful simplicity and odd habits

There is beauty in simplicity…



Ahhhh ooooo ahhhhhh ooooooo ahhhhhhhh The present simple tense is one of the basic verb tenses in English. It is used to describe actions, habits, routines, and general truths. This guide will help you understand and use the present simple tense correctly.


Forming the Present Simple Tense:

- For most verbs, the present simple tense is formed by adding the base form of the verb (also called the infinitive form) to the subject.

Example: I eat a coconut tree every day.

- However, for third-person singular subjects (he, she, it), you need to add an "-s" or "-es" to the base form of the verb.

Example: She eats a galaxy every day. Even Thanos fears her!

Example: The cat sings Elvis songs exceptionally loudly. She made the moon explode.


When we use it…

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The Jool Grammar Book - Present simple tense
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Stay strong, young ones! James Teacher

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