Rules, formulae, and structure of Present Indefinite Tenses with examples in English

Rules, formulae, and structure of Present Indefinite Tenses with examples in English

In this tutorial, we will learn about the followings;

  1. Rules, Formulae, structure of Present Indefinite Tenses in English
  2. Examples of Present Indefinite Tenses in English

Structure of Present Indefinite positive Sentences

Subject + Base form of verb + object

Examples of Present Indefinite positive Sentences

He goes to school daily.

Subject=He

Verb=go

Object=School

She works in a library.

Subject=She

Verb=work

Object=library

I like music.

Subject=I

Verb=like

Object=music

Water flow in the canal.

Subject=Water

Verb=flow

Object=canal

She sleeps at 9 PM

Subject=She

Verb=Sleep

Object=9PM

I take the Taxi to the office.

Subject=I

Verb=take

Object=office

My Brother live in Poland.

Subject=Brother

Verb= live

Object= Poland

He has a Car.

Subject=He

Verb=have

Object=car

Frog live in water.

Subject=Frog

Verb=live

Object=water

She comes here often.

Subject=she

Verb=come

Object= here

Structure of Present Indefinite Negative Sentences

 Subject+ Do not or Does not +  Base form of verb + object

Helping verb

 Do not + Does not

Examples of Present Indefinite Negative Sentences

She does not eat food.

Subject=She

Verb=eat

Object=food

I do not go to school.

Subject=I

Verb=go

Object=school

You do not smoke.

Subject=You

Verb=smoke

She does not like a guitar.

Subject=She

Verb=like

Object=guitar

I do not play cricket.

Subject=I

Verb=play

Object=cricket

He does not drive her bike.

Subject=He

Verb=drive

Object=bike

We do not need any favors.

Subject=we

Verb=need

Object= favors

He does not like running.

Subject=He

Verb=like

Object=running

It does not matter.

Subject=it

Verb=

Object=matter

You do not have a job.

Subject=You

Verb=have

Object=job