Simple Present Tense

We speak Simple presnt tense in different ways they are:
  • Repeated actions
  • Regular and habitual Actions
  • Universal Truth
  • Newspaper heading
  • Fixed future Schedule
  • Demonstrations
  • Commentaries etc

NOTE
Verb+1 form for Plural subjects
Verb+s Form for singular subjects


Positive Statements:-
  1. I play cricket every Sunday.
  2. We work in an M.N.C.
  3. You eat non-veg.
  4. They live at Mehdipatnam.
  5. Students learn English.
  6. Politicians forget their promises etc.
Plural Nouns
  • Planets revolve around the sun.
  • Monkeys love bananas.
  • Some teachers pass time.
  • Plants give oxygen.
Simple Present TensNegative Statements:
Subject+Donont/Don’t + Verbs 1 + .....
Examples:-
1
I
Do not
Eat non veg.
2
We
Don’t
Practice English daily.
3
You
Don’t
Work hard.
4
They
Don’t
Play cricket.
5
Students
Don’t
Waste time.
6
Politicians
Don’t
Remember their promises.
7
Elephants
Don’t
Fly.

Yes/No Questions or Auxiliary Questions
Do + Subject + Verb 1 + ……?

Examples:
1
Do
I
Speak
Rashly?
2
Do
Plants
Give
Oxygen?
3
Do
They
Pollute
Water?
4
Do
You
Respect
Women?
5
Do
They
Work
Hard?
6
Do
You
Remember
Promise?

Negative Questions:-
Do/Don’t + Subject + Not + Verb 1 + ……?
Examples:-
  • Do you not know English?
  • Don’t you know English?


Answering Yes/No Questions:-

1. Do you read newspaper?

  • Yes, I read newspaper.
  • No I don’t read newspaper.

2. Do they give discount?
  • Yes they give discount.
  • No, they don’t give discount.

3. Do they pay the rent regularly?
  • Yes, they pay the rent regularly.
  • No, they don’t pay rent regularly.

4. Do your parents support you?
  • Yes, my parents support me.
  • No, my parents don’t support me.

5. Do we work hard?
  • Yes, we work hard.
  • No, we don’t work hard.

6. Do I look handsome?
  • Yes, I look handsome.
  • No, I don’t look handsome.


Positive Statement and Example in Singular Persons

For Example:-

Verb-Plural
I, We, You, They, Plural Noun + Verb 1
Verb-Singular
He, She, It + Verb Singular Noun
1)    He Knows French.
2)    She Plays Cricket.
3)    Ravi Drinks milk.
4)    Jyothi sings songs in Hollywood.
5)    Peacock sings song.
6)    It runs fast.
7)    It rains fast.
Universal Truths:-

1)    Practice makes man perfect.

2)    Ocean water taste salty.

3)    A Hen lays eggs.
 Negative Statements:-
Subject+Does not/Doesn't + Verb 1 +…?

  1. He Does not play cricket.
  2. She doesn't know me.
  3. It does not give good mileage.
  4. Kiran kumar doesn't speak Telugu well.
  5. Sonia doesn't speak much.
  6. Swamiji doesn't come late.
  7. My father doesn't drink tea.
  8. My friend doesn't wast his time.
  9. Our teacher doesn't allow late comers.
Yes or No Questions:-

Does/Doesn't + Subject + (not) + V1 + ...?
  1. Does He play football?
  2. Does She love you?
  3. Does he know English?
  4. Does she work hard?
  5. Does sunitha cooks well?
  6. Does kiran waste time?
  7. Does Harish earn a lot of money?
  8. Does your teacher teach well?
  9. Does your collage bus come in time?
  10. Does your bike give good mileage?
  11. Does smoking lead to cancer?
       Negative Questions:-
  1. Doesn't she save money?
  2. Does she not save money?
  3. Doesn't he pay the rent regularly?
  4. Does he not pay the rent regularly?
Answer Yes/No Questions:-
  1. Does he give discount?
Yes, he gives discount.
No, he doesn't give discount.
  2.    Does Arun know swimming?
Yes, he knows swimming.
No, he Doesn't know swimming.

W.H Questions:-

W.H Word + Do/Does + Subject + (not) + Verb 1 + ----?
  1. What do you do in the evenings?
  2. When do they get up in the morning?
  3. Where do they live?
  4. Why do you go to Rama Krishna Math?
  5. How does he go to collage?
  6. When does she return from the office?
  7. Whose books do you read?
  8. How much does he earn?
  9. Which cell do you like?
  10. How often do you visit your parents?

NOTE

News paper headings always in simple present.
Future fixed schedule always in simple present .
Comentarys and Demonstrations use in simple present.
Examples:-
      News paper headings:-
1)    Prime Minister visits Hyderabad.
2)    India wins the match by 2 wicket.
Future Fixed Schedule:- 
1)    Colleges reopen on 20th of January 2014.
2)    Prime Minister visits Hyderabad tomorrow.
3)    Annual exams start on 26th of March. 

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