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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #112726: Simple present tense
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    Simple present tense

    We use the base form of verbs (go, work, speak,study) to form the Simple Present Tense.

    In the 3rd person singular (he, she, it), the base form of the verbs takes -s/es.

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    1. I (play) tennis with my friends every day in the afternoon.

    2. Tony and Paul (go) to their football club once a week.

    3. She (like) drawing and singing but her sister doesn't.

    4. My mother usually (clean) the living room after breakfast.

    5. They often (have) sports meetings in spring.

    6. Jack always (study) his lessons in the evening.

    7. It often (rain) a lot in the south of China.

    8. Tim's brother never (watch) TV in the evening.

    9. He (do) not like to eat bananas and mangoes.

    10. We (do) not read newspapers in the morning.

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