We use The Simple Present
Tense when something is generally true.
Every twelve months, the Earth circles the sun
The sun does not circle the Earth.
Water freezes at 0 C.
Cats drink milk.
The sun rises in the east.
People need water and food.
It snows in winter.
The Simple Present Tense is usedfor the repeated actions such as
habits, daily activities, routines, hobby or thing we regularly do.
your father smoke?
play football every Monday.
often go to the cinema.
gets up at seven o'clock every day.
takes me five minutes to get to school.
go to dentist every six months.
summer we go to Antalya for a holiday.
has a cup of coffee during breaks.
the weekend, we usually go on a picnic.
often do you study your lessons?
don't travel very often.
Timetables, programs and schedules
This use has the meaning of future time. These are future events that
The movie starts at 9.
My Math Lesson finishes at 10.30.
The train arrives at 12.
What time does the match start?
Jack: When does the bus
: It leaves at 8:15.
For the newspaper titles, we use this tense.
Obama visits Turkey.
Somali pirates release food aid ship.
Shootings kill 2 Iraqi security officials.
In jokes, anecdotes and film or book summaries
A man comes in with a silver knife and starts lauging...
In his new film Robert Redford plays the part of a brave
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