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Simple present tense

Ashwini B.
10/02/2019 0 0
  • The fan doesn’t make
  • My son doesn’t crave for cakes.
  • The coconut tree doesn’t grow
  • My friend doesn’t deny her mistake always.


  • Subject ‘They/We/All of us/All of them/One of us/One of them/Both of us/Both of them/One of our employees/The children/The people/The machines/etc’ is always treated as a third person Plural in English language and and when talking or making negative sentences use the word don’t with the 1st form of the verb without s/es.


  • They don’t follow the rules.
  • We don’t divide the work amongst ourselves.
  • Those cats don’t drink a lot of milk.
  • The teachers don’t educate the children.
  • Wounds don’t heal if proper care is not taken.
  • One of us don’t manage the accounts department.
  • One of the mechanics don’t polish the car.
  • The employees don’t remain silent whenever the boss speaks.






Do/Does + Subject + verb – 1st form + object?


Note: Do not add s/es to the 1st form of the verb ( 1st form of the verb given in the verb list ) with any subject used in the conversation when making/framing a non-wh positive question.

  • Subject ‘I’ is always treated as first person in the English language and when talking or making non-wh questions start the sentence with the word Do with the 1st form of the verb without s/es.

The below questions shows questioning yourself about your own ability or when someone questions your ability or also when you defend yourself in a situation when something said about you is incorrect.

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