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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #97921: Present simple
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    Present simple


    The present simple tense is generally used to express:

    1. daily routines(habits)
    2. general truths
    3. feelings
    4. opinions
    5. schedules
    6. conditional type one
    • Remember to add (s) to the infinitive with she, he and it:she/he/it works.




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    1. I always (to finish) my work by six p.m.

    2. Tom (to be) my brother.

    3. He (to live) in London and speaks English very well.

    4. The sun's rays (take) eight minutes to reach the Earth.

    5. Contrary to her sister, Jennifer (to hate) owning a dog.

    6. (Betty/ feel) better today? She was ill yesterday.

    7. (you/agree) with me David?

    8. Your teacher (to think) you have to make more of an effort.

    9. When (the course/ begin) this semester?

    10. If I (to see) Jennifer, I will tell her the truth.









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