Affirmative sentence (Formula present tense)
I, you, we, they, plural + first form of verb
He, she, it, singular + ‘s’ or ‘es’ to verb
2. Interrogative sentence (Formula present tense)
Do + I, you, we, they, plural + first form of verb
Does + he, she, it, singular + first form of verb
3. Negative sentence (Formula present tense)
I, you, we, they, plural + don’t + first form of verb
- I always pay my gratitude to god.
- You watch me stealthily.
- They embarrass poor people.
- We do hard work.
- Ram and Rahim speak English.
- He often bores me.
- She speaks calmly.
- Rashid fools us.
- Sima backbites everybody.
- It takes half an hour.
- It rains in august.
- I don’t abuse anybody.
- You don’t explain to me anything.
- They don’t do justice.
- We don’t mock our teacher.
- Ram and rahim don’t exploit their friends.
- He doesn’t defame anyone.
- She doesn’t perform prayers.
- Rahim doesn’t admit his mistakes.
- Sima doesn’t criticize anybody.
- It doesn’t last longer.
- Do you aggress him?
- Do they exhort each other for good deeds?
- Do we puzzle you?
- Do ram and Rahim flatter their boss?
- Does he exaggerate the matter?
- Does she boast herself?
- Does it take too much time?
- Does it get spoiled soon?
- Does ram scuffle with his friends?
- Mohan provokes me to fight.
- Rahim works hard to earn money.
- he studies hard to accomplish his goal.
- They go to the market to impress girls.
- I do good deeds to please god.
- He works hard to prosper in his life.
- She comes to see me every week.
- We go to school to attain knowledge.
- We play to win.
- You come here to quarrel with us.
- She pleads her boss to increase her salary.
- We request them to decrease the volume.
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