Simple Present Tense
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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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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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