In one of our previous posts named “Know the Present,” we discussed the syntactical forms of different present tenses in different numbers and persons.As it was mentioned that each of the tense forms will be discussed accordingly, the Simple Present Tense will be discussed in today’s post.
The Simple Present Tense: It is used to indicate an action that is factual or happens regularly. It happens in the present but it is not used to indicate an action that is happening now. This tense is used to express regular events, habits, universal truths, unchanging and fixed situations. The learners are to keep in mind that an extra “s” or “es” is added to the verb in the case of “third-person singular number” of the subject. the following chart may be followed in this regard.