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Define simple present tense?

Define simple present tense?
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The simple present tense is a verb tense that is used to describe actions that are habitual, routine, or generally true. It is formed by using the base form of the verb, with the addition of an -s ending for third person singular subjects (he, she, it). For example, "I eat breakfast every morning" or "She works at a bank."
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more than 3 weeks ago
The simple present tense is a verb tense that is used to describe actions that occur regularly, habitually, or are generally true. It is also used to describe facts, states of being, and sensory perceptions.

The simple present tense is formed by using the base form of the verb for all subjects (e.g., I walk, you walk, he walks). For regular verbs, the base form is the infinitive form without the "to" (e.g., walk). For irregular verbs, the base form is the present tense form (e.g., go, come, see).

Examples of the simple present tense:

- I eat breakfast every day.
- The sun rises in the east.
- I am happy.
- I see a bird in the tree.
- She goes to school every day.
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