Simple present tense can not only be used to denote an action in progress but also general truths/facts, habits, a future event that has a fixed timetable/schedule and also used in case of quotations. Let’s look at them in detail to understand better.
- Examples of simple present tense denoting general truths/facts.
- Examples of simple present tense denoting habits.
- Examples of simple present tense denoting future events that have a fixed timetable/schedule.
- Examples of simple present tense denoting quotations.
- FAQs on simple present tense with examples.
Examples of Simple Present Tense Denoting General Truths/Facts
- The Sun sets in the West.
- Time and Tide waits for none.
- Water turns into steam when heated.
- There are seven continents in the world.
- The mangrove grows in Sunderbans
Examples of Simple Present Tense Denoting Habits
- Rajesh drinks black coffee every morning.
- My grandmother gets up at six o’clock in the morning daily.
- Shelly takes her dog for a walk every evening.
- I read The Telegraph every day.
- We eat our breakfast every morning at 9 A.M.
- Our driver arrives at 8 A.M sharp every morning.
Examples of Simple Present Tense Denoting Future Events That Have a Fixed Timetable/Schedule
- Fifa starts tomorrow.
- The bus leaves at 12 at night
- The next flight to Los Angeles is at 5:00 in the evening
- When does the office reopen?
Examples of Simple Present Tense Denoting Quotations
- T.S Eliot says, ‘April is the cruellest month, breeding.’
- William Shakespeare writes in Macbeth, ‘Fair is foul, and foul is fair.’
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Frequently Asked Questions on What is Simple Present Tense Examples
What is a simple present tense?
Simple present tense refers to the verbs that denote general truths/facts, habits, a future event that has a fixed timetable/schedule and are also used in case of quotations.
Example of simple present tense.
“Penny goes to church every Saturday.” Here, ‘goes’ is an example of simple present tense.