4 Simple Present and Present Continuous Forms Uses and Tips 1 Simple Present

4 simple present and present continuous forms uses

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Simple Present and Present Continuous Forms, Uses and Tips 1. Simple Present Simple Present Forms The simple present is fair the base frame of the verb. Questions are made with do and negative shapes are made with don’t. Examples: Statement: You speak English. Subject + V { s es + base + Complement. Question: Do you speak English? Do Does + Subject + base + Complement? Negative: You do not speak English. Subject + don' t doesn' t + base +Complement. Within the third individual singular, -s or -es is included. Questions are made with does and negative shapes are made with does not. Examples: Statement: He speaks English. Question: Does he speak English? Negative: He does not speak English. 5
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Simple Present Uses USE 1: Repeated Actions Utilize the simple present to specific the thought that an activity is rehashed or normal. The activity can be a propensity, a pastime, an everyday occasion, a planned occasion or something that regularly happens. It can moreover be something a individual frequently overlooks or ordinarily does not do. Examples: I play tennis. She does not play tennis. Does he play tennis? The train leaves every morning at 8 AM. USE 2: Facts or Generalizations The simple present can too demonstrate the speaker accepts that a reality was genuine some time recently, is genuine presently, and will be genuine within the future. It isn't critical in case the speaker is adjust about the truth. It is additionally utilized to form generalizations around people or things. Examples: Cats like milk. Birds do not like milk. Do pigs like milk? California is in America. 6
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USE 3: Scheduled Events in the Near Future Speakers sometimes utilize basic show to conversation almost planned events within the close future. Typically most commonly done when talking almost open transportation, but it can be utilized with other planned events as well. Examples: The train leaves tonight at 6 PM. The bus does not arrive at 11 AM, it arrives at 11 PM. When do we board the plane? The party starts at 8 o'clock. USE 4: Now (Non-Continuous Verbs) Speakers some of the time utilize the basic show to precise the thought that an action is happening or isn't happening presently. This may as it were be done with non-continuous verbs and certain mixed verbs. Examples: I am here now. She is not here now. He needs help right now. He does not need help now. 7
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Simple Present Tips 1. Adverb Placement The examples below show the arrangement for grammar adverbs such as: always, only, never, ever, still, just, etc. Examples: You only speak English. Do you only speak English? 2. Active / Passive Examples: Once a week, Tom cleans the car. Active Once a week, the car is cleaned by Tom. Passive 8
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2. Present Continuous Present Continuous Forms The present continuous is shaped utilizing am/is/are + present participle . Questions are shown by modifying the subject and am/is/are. Negatives are made with not.
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