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SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE IN ESP

by Septianti Anugrah Ilahi

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1. The predicate in the simple present tense is in the form of Bare Infinitive.
The meaning of this form is that the third person verb in this sentence ends
with the letter s, es, or ies.

2. If in the form of a verbal sentence there is a question sentence, then you must
add the word do/does, then add a subject. Meanwhile, nonverbal sentences begin
with to be (am, are, is).

3. In simple present tense sentences with negative forms, it is necessary to add the word do not (don't) or does not (doesn't). If a verb ends in s/es/ies, it must be omitted.
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The function of the Simple Present Tense

Writing the simple present tense in the form of a sentence has several functions, including:

1. Express Emotions/Feelings
The first function of the simple present tense is to express expressions or
feelings. Therefore, when you want to express expressions and feelings through sentences, you can use simple present tense sentences.

2. Commands/Instructions
The simple present tense sentence also functions to express orders or instructions, so we often see an order or instruction using the simple present tense sentence.

3. The Scheduled Event
The function of the next simple present tense sentence is to express an event that will be carried out in the near future.

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The function of the Simple Present Tense

Writing the simple present tense in the form of a sentence has several functions, including:

1. Express Emotions/Feelings
The first function of the simple present tense is to express expressions or
feelings. Therefore, when you want to express expressions and feelings through sentences, you can use simple present tense sentences.

2. Commands/Instructions
The simple present tense sentence also functions to express orders or instructions, so we often see an order or instruction using the simple present tense sentence.

3. The Scheduled Event
The function of the next simple present tense sentence is to express an event that will be carried out in the near future.

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