USE OF THIS SIMPLE
We use this time to talk about ...
a) the present in general.
b) a habit or custom in mind, that is, something that occurs repeatedly at regularintervals.
c) a natural law or something that is always true.
Verb to be ( am / is / are )
I am a policeman.I am not a policeman.
He is a singer. He is not a singer.
She is a pilots. She isnot a pilots.
It is a teacher. It is not my teacher.
We are mechanics. We are no mechanics
You are doctor.You are not a doctor.
They are secretary. They are not secretary.
*Question ( Yes / No ) *Whquestion
Am I left? What is this?
Is he here? Who sends the letters?
Is she asecretary? Why does he go to bed so late?
Is it second-hand? When do you wake up?
Are we wrong?Where does he live?
Are you Juan Morales?
Are they Mexican?
Regular and irregular verbs
Some uses of this tense are:
To talk about daily routines
Totalk about things in general: actions or situations that happen repeatedly, or at any time or all the time. It is not important if the action is happening now.
For ''stative verbs'': verbs thatcannot commonly be used in progressive tenses in certain of their meanings....For now, we are only going to include verbs such as like, love, hate, think, believe etc