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The Simple Tense
Simple Present
 | Singular| Plural|
First Person| I do it everyday| We do it everyday|
Second Person| You do it everyday| You do it everyday| Third Person| He does it everyday| They do it everyday| Simple Past
 | Singular| Plural|
First Person| I did that yesterday| We did that yesterday| Second Person| You did that yesterday| You did that yesterday| Third Person| He did that yesterday| They did that yesterday| Simple Future

 | Singular| Plural|
First Person| I will do that tomorrow| We will do that tomorrow| Second Person| You will do that tomorrow| You will do that tomorrow| Third Person| He will do that tomorrow| They will do that tomorrow| In simple words:

The simple present tense indicates an action or event that takes place regularly, without fail. The simple past tense indicates an action or event that took place at some moment in the past. The simple future tense indicates an action or event that will take place at some moment in the future.

In the simple present and simple future tenses, the root form of a verb is used. What is the root form of a verb?
The Root Form or Base Form is the simplest form of a verb. For example:
Sing, Dance, Play, Break, Kick, Sleep, EatThey sing on the roof every afternoon. (Simple Present)I will sleep early today. (Simple Future)| In the simple past tense, the past form of a verb is used.

What is the past form of a verb?
The Past Form is the form of a verb in the simple past tense. For example:
Sang, Danced, Played, Broke, Kicked, Slept, AteThey ate lots of gulab jamuns yesterday. (Simple Past)|
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