Present Simple

The present simple is used to talk about actions we see as long term or permanent. It is very common and very important.

In these examples, we are talking about regular actions or events.

In these examples, we are talking about facts.

In these examples, we are talking about future facts, usually found in a timetable or a chart.

In these examples, we are talking about our thoughts and feelings at the time of speaking. Notice that, although these feelings can be short-term, we use the present simple and not the present continuous.

 

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