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Simple Present Tense - Positive Form

Plural Subjects

With I, you, we, they and plural nouns ( for example: kids, boys, girls ...) we use verb without -s

I play   plays   tennis.
You play tennis.
We play  tennis.
They play  tennis.

Plural nouns:

The students play tennis.
The girls play tennis.
Tom and Teddy play tennis.

Singular Subjects

With she, he, it and singular nouns ( for example: the boy, the kid, Tom ...) we use verb with -s

He plays  tennis.
She plays  tennis.
It happens   a lot.

Singular nouns:

The student plays tennis.
The girl plays tennis.
Tom plays tennis


Positive

I

You

We

They

My parents

Sally and Cate

read

like

work

live

watch

do



Example Sentences:

I work in a bank, but my father works in a shop.

Sally lives in Paris, but his sisters live in Istanbul.

It rains a lot here in winters.

They have a car.

She has a big house.

The match starts at 11.00

John knows three languages.

I like pizza.

My wife likes eating fruits.

Cats eat fish.



He

She

It

Sally

My father

reads

likes

works

lives

watches











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