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Example Sentences with Simple Present Tense
Example Sentences with Simple Present Tense

Affirmative, negative and interrogative sentences with simple present tense.

The Simple Present Tense is usually used to talk about habits, routines, regular or repeated actions, or general truths. However, there are other usages as well. Below are the most commonly used example sentences with the present continuous tense. For a more detailed explanation of this tense, please follow the link below.

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Usage Examples

• I always get up early.

• I read a book every day.

• I go swimming twice a week.

How often do you drink coffee?

• I clean my room on Sundays.

• He cleans his car on weekends.

• He sometimes goes to the cinema.

• It usually rains here in summer.

• She goes for a run most days.

• He never plays chess with me.

• Do you ever feel lonely?

• They watch a movie together at night.

• He takes his dog for a walk in the morning.

• She often practices yoga in the morning.

• The school starts next week.

• The bus leaves at 20.00 this evening.

• The train arrives at the station at 9:30 am.

If you don't hurry, you will miss the train.

If I wake up early, I do some exercise.

• I'll tell him the truth when I see him.

• I read a book while I wait for the bus.

• I must see her before I leave.

• He brushes his teeth after he eats breakfast.

• You won't understand me unless you pay attention.

• I have no money at the moment.

• I want to drink a cup of tea now.

My brother loves listening to music in his free time.

Affirmative Sentences

I love you.

I believe in you.

• We live in a big house.

• He speaks French fluently.

• I go to the gym every day.

• He wants to be a doctor.

I usually wake up at 6 o'clock.

• I think we should leave early. 

It always rains here during the winter.

• I never go to bed without brushing my teeth.

• She sometimes helps me with my homework.

• She loves to read books in her free time.

• They play tennis on the weekends.

• She cleans the house on Saturdays.

• The flowers bloom in the spring.

• The earth revolves around the sun.

• The sun rises in the east and sets in the west.

• He drinks coffee every morning.

• He listens to music while he works.

Negative Sentences

• I do not like coffee.

• I do not know him.

He does not believe in ghosts.

• She does not understand me.

• I do not go to work by car.

• I do not remember his name.

• John does not play chess.

• No one lives in this village.

• Maria does not work in a bank.

• They do not have any pets.

• She does not live in a big city.

• We do not go to the movies very often.

• She does not know how to play the guitar.

• I do not like to stay up too late.

• I do not eat breakfast before going to work.

Interrogative Sentences

• Do you like tea?

Where do you live?

• Where do come from?

What do you do?

• Who works here?

How often do you watch TV?

• What kind of music do you listen to?

• What do you do in your free time?

• When do you usually go to work? 

Do you like to read books?

• Does she work in a bank?

• What is your favorite food?

• Does she prefer tea or coffee?

• Do you have breakfast every day?

• Do you have any plans for the weekend?

• Does she live in a house or an apartment?

• What do you usually eat for dinner?

• How much money do you have on you?

How many people work in this factory?

What time do you wake up in the morning?

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