Exercise on Simple Present Tense



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Exercise on Simple Present Tense :



Make the following sentences (i) negative (ii) interrogative.

1. They live in Nagpur.
2. You drive carefully.
3. She uses the Internet daily.
4. These grapes taste sweet.
5. This pen writes well.

Negative Sentences :

1. They do not live in Nagpur.
2. You do not drive carefully.
3. She does not use the internet daily.
4. These grapes do not taste sweet.
5. This pen does not write well.

Interrogative Sentences :

1. Do they live in Nagpur?
2. Do you drive carefully?
3. Does she use the internet daily?
4. Do these grapes taste sweet?
5. Does this pen write well?

Answer these questions in complete sentences.

1. What time do you usually get up?
2. What do you often eat for breakfast?
3. What time do you go to school?
4. What time do you have lunch?
5. What games do you play at school?
6. What time do you get back from school?
7. What do you usually do after returning home?
8. What time do you go to bed?
9. Do you read the newspaper every day?
10. Do you often watch TV?

Answer these questions in complete sentences.

1. I usually get up at 6 am.
2. I often eat idlies for breakfast.
3. I go to school at 9 am.
4. I have my lunch at 1 pm.
5. I play foot-ball and cricket at school.
6. I get back from school at 5 pm.
7. After returning from school, I usually play.
8. I go to bed at 9 pm.
9. Yes. I read the newspaper daily.
10. Yes. I often watch TV.

Put in the correct simple present form of the verbs in brackets.

Ashok__________ (live) next door. He___________(like) me as much as I __________ (like) him. We___________(go) to school together. We usually_________(play) games in the evening. He often_________(play) football. I usually________(play) badminton.

Put in the correct simple present form of the verbs in brackets.

Ashok lives next door. He likes me as much as I like him. We go to school together. We usually play games in the evening. He often plays football. I usually play badminton. We play together in the ground.

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