Simple Present Tense

The Simple Present simple states the action and there is nothing is said about its completeness. It is used to talk about an action which happens on a regular basis.


We use the simple present tense in the following situations:

  • The action is general or normal.
  • The habitual action.(in the past, present and future)
  • In case of universal truth and facts.
  • In conditional clause.

Example:

1. He works in a factory.
2. Celia gets up early in the morning.
3. The sun rises in the east.
4. Does she play hockey?
5. If it rains, I will carry an umbrella.
6. If he 
works hard, he can pass in the examination.

Summary

The Simple Present simple states the action and there is nothing is said about its completeness. It is used to talk about an action which happens on a regular basis.


We use the simple present tense in the following situations:

  • The action is general or normal.
  • The habitual action.(in the past, present and future)
  • In case of universal truth and facts.
  • In conditional clause.

Example:

1. He works in a factory.
2. Celia gets up early in the morning.
3. The sun rises in the east.
4. Does she play hockey?
5. If it rains, I will carry an umbrella.
6. If he 
works hard, he can pass in the examination.
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