English grammar lesson: Present Simple

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Lesson 10 - Basic Verbs, Present Simple & The Imperative

Present Simple (Simple Present)
I, you, we, they:
do, do not, don't

he, she:
does, does not, doesn't

The Imperative
Do not! Don't!

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Lesson 1: Present Simple

present simple or present continuous? Put your knowledge into practise!

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Lesson 4: Present Continuous & Present Simple (Part 1)

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Leanne gives a video lesson / tutorial on the usage of the Present Perfect Simple. This lesson is aimed at ESL students studying English grammar at an upper-intermediate level.

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This vocabulary lesson teaches students about jobs / professions in construction. Students learn the names of professions (e.g. plumber, electrician) and verbs to describe what construction professionals do. The lesson also covers using singular and plural nouns with the simple present.


Present simple tense English grammar tutorial.
This English grammar lesson shows you how to form a present simple tense and when to use a present simple tense.

Before we get started it's good to know that when I say first person singular I mean 'I'.
When I say second person singular I mean 'you'.When I say third person singular I mean 'he', 'she' and 'it'. When I say first person plural I mean 'we'. When I say second person plural I mean 'you'. When I say third person plural I mean 'they'.

Past simple and present perfect - how to form them and how to use them correctly. This lesson is about the difference between the past simple and the present perfect. I am going to show you when to use a past simple and when to use a present perfect and more important how to keep them apart.

Take a look at these sentences:
I broke my leg on holiday last year.
I have broken my leg.
The first sentence is in the past simple tense, the second sentence is in the
present perfect tense. First we are going to take

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Present Simple and Present continuous, how to form them and how to keep them apart.
In this lesson present simple vs present continuous, I'm going to show you when to use a present simple, and when to use a present continuous.

Now let's get started.
Let's have a look at these sentences:
I never cook dinner.
She is cooking dinner.

The first sentence is in the present simple tense, the second sentence is in the present
continuous tense.

First we are going to have a look at how to form a present simple an

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English Grammar in Use is a self-study reference and practice book for intermediate to advanced students of English. The book was written by Raymond Murphy and published by Cambridge University Press.
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Lesson 4: Present Continuous & Present Simple (Part 2)

Song to help kids learn the verb "to be" in English. This musical lesson teaches "I am, you are, he is, she is, it is, we are, you are, they are."

Beginner English grammar lesson for present simple forms of "be" (I am, you are, etc.)

I am here
and you are there.

He is happy
but she is sad.

It is burning.
The world is turning.

We are people
and they are plants.