Simple Present Tense (Singular Subjects (either (Either situation is the…
Simple Present Tense
Either situation is the case
Neither works for a computer company.
Each one has his own way of thinking.
Everyone knows that.
The number of people is increasing.
Anything is wanted to help others.
I drink coffee every morning
future events which are part of timetable
My plane leaves at eight o'clock tonight.
Water boils at 100 degrees.
The end of the story
Anne marries John.
He/she/ it+base form +s/es/ies
Ex:He watches movies every Saturday
They watch movies every Saturday
Time expressions and clues
always /often/usually /sometimes/seldom/never
Does he/she/it+base form..?
Does he watch TV?
Do they/you+base form ...?
Do they watch TV?