Simple Present Tense: How to Use It, With Examples

Simple Present Tense: How to Use It, With Examples

Simple Present Tense: How to Use It, With Examples

বর্তমানে কোন কিছু হয় বা দৈনন্দিন অভ্যাসগত কর্ম বা চিরন্তন সত্য ঘটনা বুঝাতে Simple present or Present Indefinite tense বুঝায় ।

The Simple Present Tense is a verb tense used to describe actions or states that are habitual, general facts, or regular occurrences. It is used to talk about things that happen in the present time or are true in general.

In this tense, the base form of the verb is used for all subjects, except for the third-person singular subjects (he, she, it), where an -s or -es is added to the verb.

For example, "I walk to school every day" or "She runs in the park." The Simple Present Tense is also used to express opinions, beliefs, and emotions.

It is important to note that the Simple Present Tense does not indicate actions that are happening at the exact moment of speaking but rather actions that occur regularly or facts that are generally true.

Here's a chart outlining the structure and usage of the Simple Present tense:







Base Form of Verb + 's'/'es' (for 3rd person)

Subject + Do/Does + Not + Base Form of Verb

Do/Does + Subject + Base Form of Verb?


I work.

She eats.

Do you like ice cream?

He runs.

They do not play.

Does he speak English?

We don't watch TV.

He doesn't go to the gym.



Usage of Present Indefinite or Simple Present Tense:

1.     To express general truths, facts, or permanent situations.

  • ·         The sun rises in the east.
  • ·         Water boils at 100 degrees Celsius.

2.     To describe habitual or repeated actions.

  • ·         She walks to work every day.
  • ·         They always arrive on time.

3.     To talk about schedules or timetables.

  • ·         The train departs at 8:00 AM.
  • ·         The concert starts at 7:30 PM.

4.     To express opinions, feelings, or preferences.

  • ·         I love chocolate ice cream.
  • ·         They think it's a good idea.

5.     To give instructions or directions.

  • ·         First, you open the box.
  • ·         Then, you press the button.

Note: In the third person singular (he, she, it), the verb form is usually modified by adding 's' or 'es' to the base form of the verb.


Best Tactics for Simple Present tense to use in Spoken English:

I  do. (আমি করি।)

We do. (আমরা করি ।)

You do. (তুমি কর ।)

You do. (তোমরা কর ।)

He does. (সে করে ।)


She does. (সে (মেয়ে) করে ।)


They do. (তারা করে ।)


It does. (ইহা করে ।)



I do.

I don’t do.

Do I do?

Don’t I do?

He does.

He doesn’t do.

Does he do?

Doesn’t he do?


Please fill in the blanks with the correct form of the verbs in parentheses:


  • ·       My friends __________ (play) soccer every weekend.
  • ·       She __________ (study) French at the university.
  • ·       They __________ (live) in a big house near the beach.
  • ·       We __________ (go) to the gym three times a week.
  • ·       The sun __________ (rise) in the east.
  • ·       He __________ (brush) his teeth twice a day.
  • ·       I __________ (like) to watch movies on weekends.
  • ·       They __________ (work) at a software company.
  • ·       The train __________ (arrive) at 9:00 AM.
  • ·       We __________ (visit) our grandparents every summer.
  • ·       My sister __________ (play) the piano beautifully.
  • ·       The students __________ (wear) uniforms to school.
  • ·       He __________ (drink) coffee every morning.
  • ·       We __________ (read) books in our free time.
  • ·       The cat __________ (sleep) on the windowsill.
  • ·       They __________ (eat) dinner at 7:00 PM.
  • ·       I __________ (play) basketball on Saturdays.
  • ·       The company __________ (produce) high-quality products.
  • ·       We __________ (watch) movies together every Friday night.
  • ·       She __________ (teach) English at a language school.

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