The present tense is used in both spoken and written English. In spoken English, it is used for the present continuous and present perfect. In written English, it is typically used for the present simple or past continuous and past perfect tenses.
The simple present tense is used to talk about one single event that is ongoing in the past or present. The present continuous tense is used to describe an event that's taking place now
We make the Present Continuous tense by adding -ing to the base verb. Normally it's simple: we just add -ing. But sometimes we have to change the word a little.
Present tense is used when the action is ongoing or a duration of time is being talked about. Some examples are I am eating, I have been studying, and we are waiting.
The structure/formula of a Simple Present Positive Sentence is – subject + main verb + object.
Ma'am has a great potential. And the way she teaches us is amazing. Thank you ma'am . I'm great ful for that.
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