simple and continuous present

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several forms of present simple and present continuous

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simple and continuous present
  1. Basic form: subject + verb in infinitive without to and it adds a 's' for third person.
    1. Examples: I read, you read, they read, we read. For third person: she reads, he reads, it reads
    2. Negative form: subject + aux + not + basic form
      1. Aux 'do' is used for: I, you, we, they. Aux 'does' is used for: she, he, it, and 's' is omitted.
        1. Examples: I do not play, you do not play. she does not play, he does not play
      2. Interrogative form: Aux + subject + basic form
        1. Examples: Do I study?, do they
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