The present simple is a tense of the present is used to talk about facts or general truths that constitute habits, schedules or programs, customs and routines of daily life.
Watch out! The "simple present" is not used to talk about what is happening at this moment. The present simple is used to talk about facts or general truths that constitute habits, routines of daily life.
In the third person singular the verb ALWAYS ends in -s.
For the negative and interrogative forms we use DOES in third person, but in first and second person in singular and plural person we use DO.
The Verbs that end in -y: in the third person of the singular, -y is changed by -ies. Because that is a spelling rule.
Is False, because in the Affirmative Sentences the sentence structure would be: Subject + verb.
Yes, we can use the simple present to talk about scheduled, present or future events, because is one of the proposits of it.
The simple present is use to give instructions or indications: like the sentences we see before.
The spelling rule is not considered in the sentence, because in the third person in singular we have to modificate the verb, in this case the verb would be TRIES.
Yes, the sentence would be ok. Because the sentence is acording to the rules.
Yes, the simple present is use for that.
Yes, because in the rules of simple present is permitted.
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