Simple Present Tense Interrogative, Negative Sentences Examples: Hello students welcome once again. We know that there are three kinds of tenses and each tense has four types. But today we will the Simple Present Tense and its positive, interrogative and negative sentences with their examples.
Here, we will discuss the Simple Present Tense and their all forms means positive, negative and interrogative with their examples.
Simple Present Tense Interrogative Negative Sentences Examples
Simple Present Tense is also called Present Indefinite Tense. We can use this tense in the following ways-
We used this tense when we talk about our habits or daily routine.
To talk about general or universal truth.
To talk about a planned future event.
Rules for Simple Present Tense Positive Sentences:
We write Simple Present Tense Positive Sentence like this -
Subject + Verb + Object
If the subject is a third-person singular number then we have to add s/es with the verb.
If we write 'Ram go to school'. Then it is a wrong sentence. We know that 'Ram' is third-person and it is also a singular noun. Therefore according to the rules, we have to add 's or es' with the verb.
So it will be - Ram go + es to school.
10 Positive Sentences in Simple Present Tense
- He goes to school.
- Water boils at 100°C.
- I play cricket on the ground.
- We go to Kolkata next week.
- The earth revolves around the sun.
- Honesty is the best policy.
- I drink coffee every morning.
- They eat mangoes.
- I watch movie on Sunday.
- She lives in London.
Simple Present Tense Negative Sentences Formula:
For Singular- Subject + does not + V1 + Object
For Plural- Subject + do not + V1 + Object
10 Negative sentences in simple present tense
- Amit does not watch tv.
- They do not like sweets.
- I do not like it.
- We do not go there.
- He does not drink coffee.
- She does not drive the car.
- I do not play football.
- She does not know me.
- We do not read.
- The tree does not give any fruit.
Simple Present Tense Interrogative sentences formula:
Do/Does + Subject + V1 + Object
Question word + do/does + Subject + V1 + Object?
We use 'Does' with 'he, she, it or any singular proper noun' but if the subject is 'I, we, you, they or any plural subject' then we use 'Do' in the place of 'Does'.
Remember Interrogative Sentence always ends with 'Question mark' (?).
Simple Present Tense negative interrogative sentence.
We write this sentence-
Question word + Do/Does + Subject + not + V1 + Object
To make the interrogative negative sentence we have to place 'not' after the subject.
Simple Present Tense Interrogative sentences examples
- Do you play cricket?
- Does he go to school?
- Do I watch cartoons?
- Does she cook food?
- Do they not go there?
- Do you love me?
- Where do you go?
- Why do you not want this?
- Do you know English?
- How do I take care of him?
Simple Present Tense interrogative, negative sentences examples
|We play cricket.||We do not play cricket.||Do we play cricket?|
|I read in class three.||I do not read in class three.||Do I read in class three?|
|I know him.||I do not know him.||Do I know him?|
|She loves me.||She does not love me.||Does she love me?|
|They teach English.||They do not teach English.||Do they teach English?|
|Cow gives us milk.||The cow does not give us milk.||Does the cow give us mil?|
|The Sunsets in the west.||The Sun does not set in the west.||Does the Sunset in the west.|
|We have a garden.||We do not have a garden.||Do we have a garden?|
|Arnab reads book.||Arnab does not read book.||Does Arnab read book?|
|The sun gives us light.||The sun does not give us light.||Does the sun give us light?|
|I need some time to complete this book.||I do not need some time to complete this book.||Do I need some time to complete this book?|
|She speaks English.||She does not speak English.||Does she speak English?|
|I wait for her.||I do not wait for her.||Do I wait for her?|
|They play in the park.||They do not play in the park.||Do they play in the park?|
|I earn fifty thousand per month.||I do not earn fifty thousand per month.||Do I earn fifty thousand per month?|
Structure of Simple Present Tense Interrogative Negative Sentences
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