Simple Present Tense Exercise
The simple present tense is a sentence used when an event is taking place at this time or an event that occurs repeatedly (habit). These tenses are the tenses most often used in English.
- I … my office work in the park. (do)
- You really … watching Korean dramas on television. (like)
- We … to help victims of natural disasters. (try)
- They often … grandparents in the village. (visit)
- Ria … flower orders every day. (receive)
- Akram … the house to be built by his father. (design)
- The cat always … in front of the house waiting to be fed. (sit)
- Anna and Aisyah … hide and seek with friends. (play)
- Akmal … social service activities for natural disasters. (organize)
- Farmers … rice 3 times a year. (harvest)
- Fishermen … to sea when the weather is calm. (go)
- Mother always … a helmet every time you ride. (wear)
- Indonesian fishermen … 5 million tonnes of fish per year. (catch)
- Indonesia … 2.6 million tonnes of salt for export. (produce)
- Flight attendants always … safety equipment on every flight. (demonstrate)
- She … home necessities at Anas’s grocery store. (buy)
- All students … online due to the Covid-19 pandemic. (study)
- Akram and Aisyah … watching funny cat videos on YouTube. (enjoy)
- The world … International Labor Day every May 1. (commemorate)
- The teachers … online exam questions using Google Form. (make)
- Akram … hard for the upcoming matches. (train)
- The climbers … for the rain to stop before continuing the climb. (wait)
- Akmal … swimming in the Diamond hotel pool. (practice)
- Students … online assignments from teachers in Google Classroom. (do)
- My father always … for work at 6.30 am. (leave)
- I do my office work in the park.
- You really like watching Korean dramas on television.
- We try to help victims of natural disasters.
- They often visit grandparents in the village.
- Ria receives flower orders every day.
- Akram designs the house to be built by his father.
- The cat always sits in front of the house waiting to be fed.
- Anna and Aisyah play hide and seek with friends.
- Akmal organizes social service activities for natural disasters.
- Farmers harvest rice 3 times a year.
- Fishermen go to sea when the weather is calm.
- Mother always wears a helmet every time you ride.
- Indonesian fishermen catch 5 million tonnes of fish per year.
- Indonesia produces 2.6 million tonnes of salt for export.
- Flight attendants always demonstrate safety equipment on every flight.
- She buys home necessities at Anas’s grocery store.
- All students study online due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
- Akram and Aisyah enjoy watching funny cat videos on YouTube.
- The world commemorates International Labor Day every May 1.
- The teachers make online exam questions using Google Form.
- Akram trains hard for the upcoming matches.
- The climbers wait for the rain to stop before continuing the climb.
- Akmal practices swimming in the Diamond hotel pool.
- Students do online assignments from teachers in Google Classroom.
- My father always leaves for work at 6.30 am.
|do||:||to perform, take part in, or achieve something.|
|like||:||to enjoy or approve of something or someone.|
|try||:||to attempt to do something.|
|visit||:||to go to a place in order to look at it, or to a person in order to spend time with them.|
|receive||:||to get or be given something.|
|design||:||to make or draw plans for something, for example, clothes or buildings.|
|sit||:||to (cause someone to) be in a position in which the lower part of the body is resting on a seat or other type of support, with the upper part of the body vertical.|
|play||:||do things for pleasure, as children do; to enjoy yourself, rather than work.|
|organize||:||to make all the arrangements for something to happen or be provided.|
|harvest||:||to cut and gather a crop.|
|go||:||to move or travel from one place to another.|
|wear||:||to have something on your body as a piece of clothing, decoration, etc.|
|catch||:||to stop and hold a moving object or person, especially in your hands.|
|produce||:||to make things to be sold, especially in large quantities.|
|demonstrate||:||to show something clearly by giving proof or evidence.|
|buy||:||to obtain something by paying money for it.|
|study||:||the activity of learning or gaining knowledge, either from books or by examining things in the world.|
|enjoy||:||to get pleasure from something.|
|commemorate||:||to remind people of an important event or person from the past with a special action or object; to exist to remind people of a person or an event from the past.|
|make||:||to create or prepare something by combining materials or putting parts together.|
|train||:||to prepare yourself for a particular activity, especially a sport, by doing a lot of exercises; to prepare a person or an animal in this way.|
|wait||:||to stay where you are or delay doing something until somebody/something comes or something happens.|
|practice||:||to do an activity or train regularly so that you can improve your skill.|
|leave||:||to go away from a person or a place.|