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Simple Present Tense Worksheet 2

Simple Present Tense Worksheet 2: Complete the following sentences using an appropriate simple present tense form. Decide if the verb is positive or negative. Click the button below to try all our FREE PDF printable simple present tense worksheets.

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Simple Present Tense Worksheet 2 – English grammar worksheets

We use the simple present tense to talk about the situations in general. It might not happen at the time of speaking, but it happens regularly or in the day-to-day routine.


Use of Simple Present Tense


When you talk about something that;


  • happens regularly:
E.g. –

I go to school.

She lives in Sydney.


  • happens sometimes / often / always again and again:
E.g. –

He sometimes goes to the library(happens sometimes)

It often sleeps on the lounge. (happens often)

My sister always disagrees with me. (happens always)

We play basketball every weekend. (happens again and again on weekends)


  • never happens;
E.g. –

Aidan never eats bananas

She never likes dogs.


  • is a true fact:
E.g. –

An adult mouth contains 32 teeth.

The solar system consists of eight planets.


  • is fixed in the future:
E.g. –

The school reopens in July.

My exam starts next week.

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