Simple Present Tense Essays Essays and Term Papers

  • Present Simple Continuous Tense

    or does Page 5 WHEN DO WE USE PRESENT SIMPLE CONTINUOUS TENSE? We use the present simple continuous tense when: * action happening now * action in the future Note: * We can also use the present continuous tense to talk about the future - if we add...

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  • Simple Present Tense

    Make the Present Simple Tense: Structure: subject+auxiliary verb+ main verb+object do base There are three important exceptions: For positive sentences, we do not normally use the auxiliary. For the 3rd person singular (he, she, it), we add “s” to the main verb or “es” to the auxiliary. ...

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  • Simple Present Tense

    Negative Sentences in the Simple Present Tense To make a negative sentence in English we normally use Don't or Doesn't with all verbs EXCEPT To Beand Modal verbs (can, might, should etc.). * Affirmative: You speak French. Negative: You don't speak French. You will see that we add don't between...

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  • Simple Present Tense

    englisch-hilfen.de – LEARNING ENGLISH ONLINE Simple Past or Present Perfect - Test A - Put in the verbs in brackets into the gaps. 1) We ____________________ in a restaurant in May 2001. (to work) 2) Jack ____________________ the window of the gym this morning. (to break) 3) I'm sorry...

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  • Present Simple Tense

    Simple Present vs Present Continous I. Simple Present (Hiện tại đơn) 1. Sử dụng : Diễn tả 1 sự việc , 1 hành động thường xuyên xảy ra hoặc 1 thói quen ở hiện tại (thường đi với các phó từ chỉ tần suất : always , often, usually….) Example : I usually go to school at 7 I play football everyday...

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  • English Module 1 Present Simple Tense

    English Language Coaching Module 1 We use the PRESENT SIMPLE TENSE when we talk about • Something that is generally TRUE Example: Earth is over six billion years old. The moon travels around the earth. The Present Simple Tense is often used with frequency adverbs such as always, usually...

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  • Suggested Activity to Improve Simple Present Tense

    questions. The teacher reminds that the rule of the game is to ask complete questions and to get complete answers from their partners using the present simple tense rule which are on the board and warns that anyone who breaks the rule will be disqualified. The teacher then instructs that the students...

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  • Present tense beach onbservation essay

    The Beach My favorite place to be is the eveneing beach. The activities and beautiful sights intrigue me. It can also make me miss being a child, because I see how excited the little girl in her pink bathing suit gets so excited with a fairly large hole already dug in the sand. Many people feel...

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  • Simple Tenses

    Simple Tenses Simple Present expresses an unchanging, repeated, or reoccurring action or situation that exists only now. It can also represent a widespread truth. Simple present = base form: I work.  OR base form + -s:  He works. She works. It works. OR base form + -es : I watch / she watches;...

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  • Present Tense

    18/01/2011 English Exercises > present simple exercises > Present Simple and Plural Activities English Exercises: Present Simple and… Things we do at school.... Write the verbs in Present Simple. Nick’s father 1. Nick’s father 2. His office 3. Every morning he 4. He 5. He 6. He 7. He 8...

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  • present tenses

    PRESENT PERFECT Unfinished past FORM: have / has + past participle USE : An action that starts in the past and continues to the present Examples: How long have you lived in London? I have lived in London for many years . When did you move here exactly? I moved here in 2004. I have lived...

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  • Present Tenses

    Present Tenses Tense example Present Simple I tweet Present Continuous I am tweeting Present Perfect I have tweeted Present Perfect Continuous I have been tweeting How do we make the Present Simple Tense? subject + auxiliary verb + main verb     do   base There are three important exceptions: 1. For...

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  • Future Simple or Present Simple

    FUTURE SIMPLE OR PRESENT SIMPLE A. 1. I (go) and see Venice as soon as I (reach) Italy. 2. If the sun (be) red, it is a sign that we (have) a fine day tomorrow. 3. If you (not be) at home by six, I (eat) without you. 4. If Mother (not go) to the market early, she (not get) fresh fish. 5. If Adam...

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  • Present Simple

    SECTION I - VOCABULARY PART A: Instructions: Read and find the animals. E.g. I’m from Australia. I’ve got a big nose. It’s weird. I’ve got feet like a duck, but I’m not a duck. What am I? platypus 1) I’ve got sharp teeth. I’m very big. I can swim fast. I live in water. Everybody is scared ...

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  • Present simple

     Elisabeth I died in 1603. James VI of Scotland succeeded her, he became the first English king of the Stuart Dynasty, and, as he was also the king of Scotland, the crowns of these two countries were united. Although their governments continued to be separate, their linguistic differences were...

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  • Present Simple

    PRESENT SIMPLE 1-When do we use it? -When we are talking about a habit; -When we are talking about a schedule; -When we are stating a fact; -When we say something that is generally true; -When we give instructions or directions. 2-TIME EXPRESSIONS for things that happen regularly are: ...

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  • Simple Past Tense

    Simple Past Tense * Expresses an activity/ activities that happened at a specific time in the past. * From : V + d, ed, ied Irregular verb action verb * Negative – did + not + base V Was/were ‘be’ verb * Negative – was/were + not ...

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  • Why Simple Tenses Are Amazing

    Why Simple Tenses Are Amazing  A sarcastic commentary by Ana Tostenson    English, the language that ten years ago only 9% of the population spoke and currently 25% of all people in  the world can understand.  That’s not actually very much if you think about it.  The English language is much more  confusing than other languages...

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  • The beach, objective: go to public place and write present tense obvervation essay

    I make my arrival to the beach. The sun is scorching. It feels like it must be 110 degrees but the news said it was 87. I make my very first step off the ledge into the silky sand to feel thousands, maybe even millions, of pearl white shells and particles sand squeeze through my toes covering my feet...

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  • Tense Made Simple Future

    The Future Tenses Simple Future There are two different forms in English to express future in the Simple Future: ' be going to' and 'will '. 'Will' is used to express promises and things we decide to do in the moment of speaking, 'going to' is used to express our plans. Both of those forms can be used...

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