You use present simple to talk about: Things you do every day and regular habit (Ex.: Every day I brush my teeth) Facts (Ex.: Water boils at 100°C) Timetable (Ex.: The bus leaves at 9 pm) Permanent and long lasting situation (Ex.: We live in Belgium) Opinions and state of mind (Ex.: He doesn’t agree with you) To talk about things feelings (like, love, hate) – (Ex.: I love chocolate)

Form Positive I You We They She He It live eat come lives eats comes in London. vegetables. from Spain. in New-York. fish and meat. from Switzerland.

Negative I You We They She He It don’t (do not) live eat come in Paris. fish and meat. from India.

doesn’t (does not)

live eat come

in Madrid. chocolate. from Mexico.


Interrogation Do I eat eggs ? Do you want a cup of tea? Does he look ok ? Does she live in London? Does it cost a lot of money? Do we brush our teeth every day? Do you go to school on Saturdays? Do they get along with each other?


When we use “does”, we DON’T add a “S” at the end of the verb Does he looks ?  Does he look? He doesn’t likes her.  He doesn’t like her.

Expressions that we use in present simple: Usually, always, often, sometimes, on Saturdays/Mondays…, at weekends (on weekends US English), rarely, on occasion, never, seldom

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