My name is Sadhana. I am a postgraduate in Microbiology. I am a lecturer. My daughter Sonal is 16, and my son Sameer is 12 years old. My husband is a chartered accountant. Every day, my first lecture is scheduled at 10. Sameer leaves for school at 7, and Sonal goes to college at 9. I reach home by 4 in the afternoon. I cook dinner and read a book for some time.

In the evening, Sameer plays cricket with his friends, and Sonal attends extra lectures. My husband comes home at 8. We eat dinner together and share our day’s experiences with each other.

Notice the changes in the verbs.

While talking about him or her, we add an ‘s’ to the verb. But when we talk about me, you, us, or them, we use the verb without the ‘s’. Let us see Simple Present Tense in a nutshell…

I am, You are, We are, They are, He is, She is. I am a lecturer You are a friend We are neighbours They are enemies He is a student She is a teacher.

I have, You have, We have, They have, He has, She has. I have a red pen You have a black purse We have a car They have a television He has a good memory She has many friends.

I speak, You speak, We speak, They speak, He speaks, She speaks. I speak English You speak Hindi We speak our mother tongue They speak their native language He speaks fast She speaks a lot

Now use Simple Present Tense and speak confidently about yourself or anyone you want…

Stay tuned….. Goodbye!