Present simple (I do) examples

Present simple (I do) examples

The simple present is just the base form of the verb. Questions are made with do and negative forms are made with do not.


I/we/you/they drive
he/she/(it) drives


  • We live in Boston.
  • He works for the Post Office.
  • She manages the marketing department.
  • I work in London.
  • She works in London.
  • I’m nineteen years old. …
  • I play football every weekend.
  • Alex brushes her teeth twice a day.
  • He gets up early every day.
  • They speak English in USA.
  • We generally sing songs all together.
  • We go to a gallery every Sunday.
  • They drive their kids to school every day.
  • We walk slowly.
  • He speaks English.
  • She always forgets her purse.
  • He never forgets his wallet.
  • Every twelve months, the Earth circles the Sun.

Present Continuous Tense Examples



I/we/you/they don’t work
He/she/it doesn’t work


  • They do not have any children.
  • I am here now.
  • She is not here now.
  • He needs help right now.
  • He does not need help now.
  • I don’t play football every weekend.
  • Alex does not brush her teeth twice a day.
  • He does not get up early every day.
  • They don’t speak English in USA.
  • We generally do not sing songs all together.
  • We don’t go to a gallery every Sunday.


do i/we/you/they work?
does he/she/it work?


  • Do they have any children?
  • Do you only speak English?
  • Who lives in London?
  • Does he play football at the weekend?
  • Does work at Liverpool City Hospital?
  • Does the Sun circle the Earth?

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