Present simple form
In present simple verbs, we need to use the verb do/does in questions and don’t/doesn’t in negatives.
Spelling of he/she/it
The form is the same for all the other persons except he/she/it. The spelling for he/she/it is different.
Present simple use
Habits or actions that happen regularly
We use present simple for habits or actions that we repeat regularly:
- I wash my hair every day.
- I never go to the library.
- I go to the library on Saturdays.
Permanent situations or things that are always or often true
- I don’t drink coffee.
- She’s very tall.
- I have two brothers.
- Water boils at 100 degrees.
- I like soup.