Sunday, August 2, 2009

Conjugation Practice: Simple Present Tense



















Okay, here's the conjugation.

Present Simple Tense: Affirmative

Conjugation MenuSubject PronounVerb Form
First Person SingularIwork everyday.
Second Person SingularYouwork everyday.
Third Person SingularHeworks everyday.
Sheworks everyday.
Itusually works.
First Person PluralWework everyday.
Second Person PluralYouwork everyday.
Third Person PluralTheywork everyday.

Now, you try it.


Present Simple Tense: Affirmative

Conjugation MenuSubject PronounVerb Form
First Person SingularI
Second Person SingularYou
Third Person SingularHe
She
It
First Person PluralWe
Second Person PluralYou
Third Person PluralThey


Present Simple Tense: Negative

Conjugation MenuSubject PronounVerb Form
First Person SingularIdon't need this pen.
Second Person SingularYoudon't need this pen.
Third Person SingularHedoesn't need this pen.
Shedoesn't need this pen.
Itdoesn't need an oil change.
First Person PluralWedon't need these pens.
Second Person PluralYoudon't need these pens.
Third Person PluralTheydon't need these pens.

Now, you try it.


Present Simple Tense: Negative

Conjugation MenuSubject PronounVerb Form
First Person SingularI
Second Person SingularYou
Third Person SingularHe
She
It
First Person PluralWe
Second Person PluralYou
Third Person PluralThey


Simple Present Tense: Question

The Conjugation MenuAuxiliarySubject Pronoun+Verb
First Person SingularDoI talk in my sleep?
Second Person SingularDoyou talk in your sleep?
Third Person SingularDoeshe talk in his sleep?
Doesshe talk in her sleep?
Doesit talk in its sleep?
First Person PluralDowe talk in our sleep?
Second Person PluralDoyou both talk in your sleep?
Third Person PluralDothey talk in their sleep?


Now, you try it.

Simple Present Tense: Question

The Conjugation MenuAuxiliarySubject Pronoun+Verb
First Person SingularDo
Second Person SingularDo
Third Person SingularDoes
Does
Does
First Person PluralDo
Second Person PluralDo
Third Person PluralDo


Now, try this: Conjugation Writing Exercise 1
Finish Number 1? Try this: Conjugation Writing Exercise 2
One more! Conjugation Writing Exercise 3

3 comments:

  1. This exercises Help a lot of how to conjugate verbs in the simple tense, but also to practice more english

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  2. this is a very basic English grammar and becomes the foundation for learning advance

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  3. Indeed this been the best thing to do and as we have seen in some earlier cases those are proving to be much better, it will almost govern each and every part in future.

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