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Simple Present Tense I sing |
How do we make the Simple Present Tense? subject | + | auxiliary verb | + | main verb | | | do | | base |
There are three important exceptions: 1. For positive sentences, we do not normally use the auxiliary. 2. For the 3rd person singular (he, she, it), we add s to the main verb or es to the auxiliary. 3. For the verb to be, we do not use an auxiliary, even for questions and negatives.
Look at these examples with the main verb like: | subject | auxiliary verb | | main verb | | + | I, you, we, they | | | like | coffee. | | He, she, it | …ver más…
We can use the simple present tense to talk about now. Look at these examples of the verb "to be" in the simple present tense - some of them are general, some of them are now: Am I right?
Tara is not at home.
You are happy. | past | present | future | | The situation is now. |
I am not fat.
Why are you so beautiful?
Ram is tall. | past | present | future | | The situation is general. Past, present and future. |
Warning! These are adjectives. Don't confuse them with pronouns!
We use possessive adjectives to show who owns or "possesses" something. The possessive adjectives are: * my, your, his, her, its, our, their * whose (interrogative) number | person | gender | possessive adjective | example sentence | singular | 1st | male/female | my | This is my book. | | 2nd | male/female | your | I like your hair. | | 3rd | male | his | His name is "John". | | | female | her | Her name is "Mary". | | | neuter | its | The dog is licking its paw. | plural | 1st | male/female | our | We have sold our house. | | 2nd | male/female | your | Your children are lovely. | | 3rd | male/female/neuter | their | The students thanked their teacher. | | | | | | singular/plural | 1st/2nd/3rd | male/female (not neuter) | whose | Whose phone did you use? |
your = possessive adjective you're = you are its = possessive adjective it's = it is