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Master Present Simple Grammar

Beginner - Elementary

Choose the correct answer:


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We ...... shopping on Mondays
go
goes



All parts of Grammar activity present simple task 1:

Part1   Part2   Part3   Part4   Part5  

Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

What is the Present Simple tense in English grammar?

The Present Simple tense, also known as the Present Indefinite tense, is a verb tense used to describe habitual or regular actions, general truths or facts, or actions that happen in the present but are not necessarily happening at the moment of speaking. It is formed using the base form of the verb.

When is the Present Simple tense used?

The Present Simple tense is used to describe habitual or regular actions, such as daily routines or routines that occur on a regular basis. It can also be used to describe general truths or facts, or actions that happen in the present but are not necessarily happening at the moment of speaking.

How can I practice using the Present Simple tense?

English Portal ha activities for practicing the Present Simple tense, such as grammar exercises, quizzes, and games. You can also practice by reading and listening to examples of the Present Simple tense in use, and by trying to use it in your own speaking and writing.

What are some common mistakes made when using the Present Simple tense?

Common mistakes when using the Present Simple tense include using it to describe actions that are not habitual or regular, using it with non-action verbs, or using the wrong form of the verb.

Can the Present Simple tense be used to describe future actions?

Yes, the Present Simple tense can be used to describe future actions that are scheduled or planned, especially when used with future time expressions such as `tomorrow` or `next week.` However, it is more common to use the Present Continuous or Future Simple tense to describe future actions.

Watch this video and try your best - Present Simple with Peppa:


Online grammar exercises to learn and revise Present Simple Tense. You can find here exercises for checking the use of the Present Simple Tense.

PRESENT SIMPLE AFFIRMATIVE - EASY EXERCISES FOR BEGINNERS.

PRESENT SIMPLE EXERCISES FOR elementary students.



Useful links:

Thanksgiving Listening
Thanksgiving Trivia
Thanksgiving Jeopardy
Present Continuous exercises. Grammar online.
Present Simple exercises. Grammar online.
Future Simple test. Grammar online.
Past Simple activity. Grammar online.
Present Perfect online practice. Grammar online.





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