Examples For Habits In Simple Present

(Last Updated On: January 18, 2018)

The simple present tense is one of the four forms of present tense in English.

Use of simple present tense:

Simple present tense is used to describe habits, unchanging situations, general truths, fixed arrangements.

How to form a Simple present tense.

It is easy to form simple present tense. We need to use the base form of the verb with the subject.

  1. They fall.

  2. We go.

  3. You read.

  4. I choose.

The 3rd person singular ( He / She / It )takes an -s or es at the end.

  1. He writes.

  2. She hears.

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Examples Of Habits In Simple Present:


  1. He drinks Bluna at breakfast.

  2. He always drinks Afri-cola at lunch.

  3. She drinks coca cola at breakfast.

  4. She drinks water at night.

  5. It only drinks water.


  1. She goes to school every day.

  2. Usually, she goes to bed at 10 pm.

  3. Every day He goes to office by car.

  4. It always goes wrong for me.


  1. She buys vegetables from the market.

  2. She buys a newspaper from the grocery store near my house.

  3. He buys books from the library.


  1. She comes to office by bus.

  2. He comes to work by car.

  3. He comes to school by van.

  4. Every day it comes to me.


  1. She always dreams at sleep.

  2. He dreams while listening to music.


  1. She only eats vegetables.

  2. He only eats mutton.


  1. Every day she leaves at 5 pm.

  2. Every day He leaves at night.

All this listed example use verb form “s”. Now let’s check few examples with the base form of the verb.


  1. I always drive to the office.

  2. They drive by Night.

  3. We drive your car.


  1. I always fight with them.

  2. They fight each other.

  3. We fight for democracy.


  1. They always forget the dates.

  2. Guys forget anniversaries.
  3. We usually forget mobile numbers.

  4. I always forget my keys.

Example for negative sentences.

In the case of He / She / It we use “does” as auxiliary verb & For I / We / They it use “do”


  1. She does not eat vegetables.

  2. He does not eat mutton.

  3. It does not eat chicken.


  1. I do not fight with them.

  2. They do not fight each other.

  3. We do not fight for democracy.

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