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  • Hi guys! I'm back. It's so good to see you again.

  • And today, we'll be starting with the tenses.

  • Many English learners worry too much about tenses.

  • If you stopped 100 native English speakers in the street and asked them about tenses,

  • A few of them might give you a good answer, if you were lucky.

  • The other 99 would know little about structure, voice or mood.

  • But they can all speak fluent English and communicate effectively.

  • Of course, I will help to know about tenses.

  • But don't become obsessed with them.

  • Be like those native speakers! Speak naturally!

  • Alright! Back to the lesson. In my videos, we will learn 12 basic tenses.

  • In each lesson we look at two aspects of the tense: STRUCTURE and USAGE

  • In each lesson we look at two aspects of the tense: STRUCTURE and USAGE

  • Today, we're going to talk about the Present Simple Tense.

  • Firstly, let's see how we make the Present simple tense with the Verb "to be"

  • For Affirmatives,

  • For Negatives, here are the rules:

  • For Interrogatives or questions,

  • we place the verb "to be" before the subject.

  • Now! Let's move to see how we make the Present simple tense with regular verbs.

  • In my video, when you see the letter V ( verb) in the structure, that means "bare infinitive"

  • In an affirmative sentences,

  • If the subject is I or We You They, we simply use the infinitive form of the verb.

  • In the present simple 3rd person singular (She, He, It)

  • we add -S or -ES to the base form of the verb.

  • If the verb ends in -SS, -SH, -CH, -X or -O

  • add -ES to the base form.

  • For verbs ending in a -y preceded by a consonant,

  • change the letter -y to -i and add -es

  • Be careful !

  • If the Verb ends in a -y preceded by a vowel, the normal rule applies.

  • We add --s to the base form.

  • In the Present Simple tense,

  • Negative forms are made using the auxiliary verb.

  • Negatives in the simple present are formed

  • by adding DO NOT or DON'T, DOES NOT or DOESN'T

  • before the base form of the verb.

  • Questions are also created using the auxiliary, too.

  • This time, the auxiliary is placed before the subject.

  • We use the present simple tense when

  • We talk about facts or general truth

  • Pay attention to the following frequency time expressions commonly used for the Present Simple tense.

  • This has been a review about the usage and formation of the Present simple tense in English grammar.

  • It is highly used to refer to general facts, states and habits that are constantly true in the present.

  • Reviewing the rules is not enough to make you use it properly.

  • The more you pick it up in your reading, and more importantly use it for writing, the better you will use it.

  • I hope you enjoy the lesson.

  • And don't forget to like and subcribe

  • Thank you and good bye for now !

Hi guys! I'm back. It's so good to see you again.

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(#3: Grammar 1 - Present Simple Tense - THÌ HIỆN TẠI ĐƠN)

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