Sunday, October 10, 2010

Simple present

The simple present tense indicates an action in the present time which is not finished. This can be a habitual action (something done regularly such as brushing your teeth every day) or a general truth.

Some examples are:
1) a habitual action: I wash my car every Friday 2) a general truth: The Rolling Stones play rock'n roll

This tense is easy to conjugate in English because all terminations are the same except he/she/it (third person singlual) which adds an "s"

Some examples are:
Subject conjugated verb
I eat
You eat
She/He eats
We eat
You (plural) eat
They eat

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