When to use the Present Simple Tense? Is it easy to understand this particular English Grammar topic?
well, we need to use the present simple tense to talk about activities that happen regularly.
If the subject is singular, add (es, s, ies). Let’s have a look at the following examples:
He watches TV every evening.
She plays with her friends
The baby cries a lot at night
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