We use the simple present tense if the action is repeated, generalised and tells a fact.
we use the base of the verb to form a sentence in the simple present . For questions, we use do or does. To make negative we use don’t or doesn’t.
Positive: We eat a pizza every week.
Question: Do you get up early in the morning?
Does Jane drive to work every morniing?
Negative: I don’t like rain.
She doesn’t eat meat.
Note: don’t = do not and doesn’t = does not
The verbs after 3rd person singular get –s, –es, or –ies.
Peter talks too much.
Peter usually watches a horror film.
Sally cries whenever she watches a sad film.
The verbs ending with ch, sh, x or ss get –es.
|watch-watches||fix- fixes||wash-washes||miss – misses|
The verbs ending with consonant + y get –ies but the verbs ending vowel + y get –s.
|try – tries||cry – cries||but||play – plays|