Verbs in Present Tense

Verbs in Present Tense :

He begins the course.
He brings a letter.
He buys a house.
He comes here.
He gets a chance.
He keeps the book.
He learns Grammar.
He makes a doll.
He meets me.
He sells vegetables.
He sends a letter.
He sits here.
He sleeps well.
He spends money.
He stands here.
He teaches Grammar.

I begin chatting.
I bring a basket.
I buy a cake.
I come to the market.
I get phone.
I keep the chair.
I learn French.
I make a chair.
I meet him.
I sell watch.
I send my son.
I sit on the stool.
I sleep here.
I spend money.
I stand on the bench.
I teach Hindi.

It sends the newspaper.
It reads the letter posted to me.
It gives me milk everyday.
It takes me the office every morning.
It comes to my house on its own.

She begins teaching.
She brings a bag.
She buys a saree.
She comes to my house.
She gets money.
She keeps the plate.
She learns Hindi.
She makes a cake.
She meets you.
She sells dolls.
She sends a mail.
She sits there.
She prepares for GMAT and TOEFL.
She sleeps in the floor.
She spends money for her parents’ health.
She stands on the chair.
She teaches me both Mathematics and Chemistry.

They begin writing.
They bring a chair.
They buy a table.
They come to the decision.
They get a ring.
They keep the pad.
They learn driving.
They make a statue.
They meet her.
They sell pencils.
They send a watch.
They sit in the park.
They sleep at day.
They spend money.
They stand at the station.
They teach a lesson.

We begin reading.
We bring a table.
We buy a shirt.
We come to the ship.
We get a table.
We keep the watch.
We learn cooking.
We make food.
We meet you.
We sell pens.
We send a present.
We sit on the table.
We sleep at night.
We spend money.
We stand at the bus stop waiting for our sister.
We teach Maths.

You begin eating.
You bring a cycle.
You buy a book.
You come to the school.
You get chair.
You keep the pen.
You learn Latin.
You make a T.V.
You meet them.
You sell books.
You send a gift.
You sit on the chair.
You sleep there.
You spend money.
You stand there.
You teach English.

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