Learn English with Ellen: the Present Simple
What a Wonderful World - Louis Armstrong
We use the Present Simple to talk about:
something that is true in the present: I’m a teacher.
something that happens regularly in the present: I play the guitar every day.
something that is always true: The human body contains 206 bones.
We often use adverbs of frequency like sometimes, always and never with the present simple: Peter never eats chocolate.
1. What’s the structure again?
The present simple is formed with:
+ ___________ _____________
- ___________ _______ + ________ ______________
? ___________ _______________ ______________?