How to make sentences in Simple Present Tense,

How to make sentences in Simple Present Tense

How to make sentences in Simple Present Tense, how to form sentences in Simple Present Tense, how does make sentence in Simple Present Tense,

 

Kind of Tense
Formation of sentences
Example
Simple Present Tense
How to make Simple Sentences in Simple Present Tense:
 
Subject + Verb’s first form + Object
 
In the simple sentences, s/es are added with verb’s first form in which subject of the sentence is singular noun.
 
But if the subject of the sentence is plural noun, then s/es are not added with verb’s first form.
He goes to the school.
She goes to the school.
 
 
I go to the school.
How to make Negative Sentences in Simple Present Tense:
 
Subject + do/does + not + Verb’s first form + Object
  
In the Negative Sentences do/does are added after subject before “not” in which “does” is used for singular noun.
 
But in the same condition “do” is used for plural noun.
He does not go to the school.
She does not go to the school.
 
 
I do not go to the school.
 
How to make Interrogative Sentences in Simple Present Tense:
 
do/does + subject + Verb’s first form + Object  
 
In the Interrogative Sentences, do/does are added before subject, in which “does” is used for singular noun.
 
But in the same condition “do” is used for plural noun.
Does he go to the school?
Does she go to the school?
 
 
Do I go to the school?

 

Present Simple Tense

  • Present Simple Tense
  • Present Continuous Tense
  • Present Perfect Tense
  • Present Perfect Continuous 

Past Simple Tense

  • Past Simple Tense
  • Past Continuous Tense
  • Past Perfect Tense
  • Past Perfect Continuous

Future Simple Tense

  • Future Simple Tense
  • Future Continuous Tense
  • Future Perfect Tense
  • Future Perfect Continuous  

 

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