• He drinks tea every morning.
• My father gets up at 6am everyday.
• I go to college regularly.
• The College celebrates its founder’s day on 7th June every year.
ii. To express general truth.
• The Sun rises in the east.
• Two twos give four.
• Honey is sweet.
iii. To express a future event that is part of a fixed timetable.
• The match starts at 10am.
• When does this shop reopen?
• The next train arrives at 7.45am.
iv. To introduce a quotation.
• Keats says, ‘A thing of beauty is joy for ever’.
• Bible says, ‘To forgive is divine’.
2.Present Continuous Tense:
The Present Continuous Tense is used
i. For an action going on at the time of speaking.
• She is writing a letter.
• He is walking along the road.
• They are discussing this problem.
• We are playing foot-ball.
3.Present Perfect Tense:
The Present Perfect Tense is used
i. To indicate activities that completed in the near past.
• He has just gone out.
• They have earned goodwill.
• We have deposited the mount with a local bank.
• The child has gone to bed.
4. Present Perfect Continuous Tense:
This Present Perfect Continuous Tense is used for an action which began at some time in the past and is still continuing.
• They have been building this bridge for the last seven months.
• He has been working in this company for a long time.
• They have been playing cricket since 5pm.
• I have been writing a novel for the last one year.