The present simple in English is easy to conjugate.
Remember to use a pronoun (I, you, he, she, it, we, they).
For ‘he’, ‘she’ and ‘it’ add -s at the end.
I work in a school.
You work in a hospital.
He works in the airport.
She works in a shop.
That pen is fine – it works OK.
We walk to the beach every weekend.
They walk to work.
Remember, we use the present simple tense to express:
- things which are always true
(example: ‘She comes from Holland’, ‘She is Dutch’)
- things which are true for a long time
(example: ‘They live near the coast’)
- habits or routines
(example: ‘I have breakfast at eight o’clock’)
- timetables – transport, courses and jobs
(examples: ‘He starts his new job next week’, ‘The train leaves at quarter to two’ etc.)
- stative verbs – typically things we think
(‘I like chocolate’, ‘I think it’s easy’, ‘I love it’, ‘I understand’ etc.)