- General descriptions: Water boils at 100 ºC
- Habits: She practices yoga everyday.
- Opinions: He likes football.
- Timetables: The plane leaves at 7 o’clock.
FORM: Subject + Verb in bare infinitive + complements
Affirmative: You go to school everyday.
Negative: You don’t go to school everyday.
Interrogative: Do you go to school everyday?
IMPORTANT: 3rd person singular carries -s or -es
Affirmative: He runs in the park.
He watches the TV.
Negative: He doesn’t run in the park.
Interrogative: Does he run in the park?
* (Notice that the -s is added to the auxiliar “do” in the negative and interrogative sentences)
Adverbs of frequency: often, usually, normally, generally, sometimes, occasionally, never, always…
Temporal expressions: everyday, every week, once a month, twice a week, three times a year…
Subject + Adverb + main verb: Daniel never runs in the park.
Subject + BE + Adverb: Sarah is always happy.