It talks about our regular activities or habitual activities which are repeated every day, every week, every year, etc. There are plenty of variations in simple present tense, Common variations are explained below and for passive voice present simple passive voice.

Repeated Action

An action which happens again & again.


Formula: Formula: Subject + Verb 1st(form) + Object

  • I speak English.
  • I play football every weekend.
  • We catch the bus every morning.

More Examples

Here are some simple present tense examples(Repeated Action).


    • I usually get up at 7 o’clock.
    • She always comes on time.
    • Alina tries very hard.
    • They always go on holiday in the summer.
    • He goes to school every morning.
    • Ali takes tea and breads in breakfast.
    • They enjoy playing the Guitar.

Note: For Negative Sentences, we simply add Not.

  • Negative: She doesn’t come on time.
  • Interrogative: Does she come on time?
  • Neg. Int: Doesn’t she come on time?


Here are some important Simple present tense rules.

∴ Whenever we use the third person singular subject so we add ‘S’ after the Verb except below situation.

∴ When Second last word is a vowel, so we add ‘S’ after the verb.

∴ When a verb ends on ‘Y’ so we remove ‘Y’ and add ‘ies’ after the verb.

∴ When a verb ends on (Ch, Sh, O, S) so we add ‘es’ after the verb.

∴ These Rules will not implement when we will make Negative or interrogative.

4th VariationHelping Verb = Do / Does

Spelling Notes

Connected with repeated action.(1st Variation)


Formula: Formula: Subject + Verb 1st(form) + Object

  • She cooks good food.
  • Ali loves me.
  • They watch a movie.

More Examples

Here are some more examples of Simple Present (Spelling Notes).


Here are some basic rules of using Spelling Notes.

    • She Loves to eat pizza.
    • Ali likes English movies.
    • They hate to watch movies.

Note: For Negative Sentences, we simply add Not.

  • Negative: She doesn’t Love to eat pizza.
  • Interrogative: Does she Love to eat pizza?
  • Neg. Int: Doesn’t she Love to eat pizza?


Here are some simple present tense rules.

Pronoun Helping Verb Example
I Am I am a Student
You Are You are a Student
We Are We are a Student
They Are They are a Student
He Is He is a Student
She Is She is a Student
It Is It is a Pen
Any Name Is Ali is a Student


When we talk about Profession, Relation, Existence & Condition so we will always use these verb’s IsAmAre.

And When we talk about Property, Illness & Parts of the body so we will use these verb’s Have, Has.

Verb 1st
Is, Am, Are Condition, Profession, Relation & Existence
Have, Has Property, Illness & Parts of the body

Non-Action / State

We use it for Condition & Property.


Formula: Formula: Formula: Subject + Verb 1st + Object

For Condition:

Ali is fat. (Condition)
I am a doctor. (Profession)
He is my brother. (Relation)
They all are in office. (Existence)
For Property:

I have an Iphone.(Property)
Alina has a headache.(Illness)
Ali has long hairs.(Parts of body)

More Examples

Here are some more simple present tense examples (Non Action / State).


  • He is an engineer.
  • They are in the cinema.
  • Alina and Alina are in a relationship.
  • Alina is in a fever.

Note: For Negative Sentences, we will simply add Not.

  • Negative: I am not a doctor.
  • Interrogative: Am I a doctor?
  • Neg. Int: Am I not a doctor?

  • He has an expensive car.
  • They have an own house.
  • Ali has an iphone.
  • Negative: He doesn’t have an expensive car.
  • Interrogative: Does he have an expensive car?
  • Neg. Int: Does he not have an expensive car?