100 Sentences of Simple Present Tense

100 Sentences of Simple Present Tense

100 Sentences of Simple Present Tense

Here are 100 sentences of simple present tense. I hope these sentences will help you to learn English better.

Simple Present Tense: Positive /Affirmative Sentences

• He accepts my application to leave school.  

• Maisha achieves the highest respect of the school.  

• He accuses me of lying.  

• I want to add some extra space to my home.  

• He adores my parents.  

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• I agree with you.  

• My aim in life is to become an engineer.  

• He can afford this car.  

• He allows me to swim in his swimming pool.  

• I approve of his application.  

• He argues too much with his colleagues.  

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• She believes in me.  

• I need to borrow your car.  

• He buys a car for his father.  

• He rents a home for this grandmom.  

• He completes his daily work before the fixed time.  

• You need to consult with a better doctor.  

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• The nation concerns about the current political situation.  

• I can cook anything.  

• John cut his finger.  

• Anna wants to dance.  

• She always denies taking my money.  

• She is the perfect one for you.  

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• I can describe the entire matter clearly.  

• He dives into the swimming pool.

• Susan drives a truck.  

• I want to ensure your entrance.  

• He expects too much from you.  

• He fails the exam.  

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• Forgive him for this incident.  

• Apples grow on trees.  

• I can imagine how you felt.

Simple Present Tense: Negative Sentences

• He doesn’t accept my application to leave school.  

• Maisha doesn’t achieve the highest respect for the school.   • He doesn’t accuse me of lying.  

• I don’t want to add some extra space to my home.  

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• He doesn’t adore my parents.  

• I don’t agree with you.  

• My aim in life is not to become an engineer.  

• He can’t afford this car.  

• He doesn’t allow me to swim in his swimming pool.  

• I don’t approve of his application.  

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• He doesn’t argue too much with his colleagues.  

• She doesn’t believe me.  

• I don’t need to borrow your car.  

• He doesn’t buy a car for his father.  

• He doesn’t rent a home for this grandmom.  

• He doesn’t complete his daily work before the fixed time.  

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• You don’t need to consult with a better doctor.  

• The nation doesn’t concern about the current political situation.  

• I can’t cook anything.  

• John doesn’t cut his finger.  

• Anna doesn’t want to dance.  

• She always doesn’t deny taking my money.  

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• She isn’t the perfect one for you.  

• I can’t describe the entire matter clearly.  

• He doesn’t dive into the swimming pool.  

• Susan doesn’t drive a truck.  

• I don’t want to ensure your entrance.  

• He doesn’t expect too much from you.  

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• He doesn’t fail the exam.  

• Don’t forgive him for this incident.  

• Apples don’t grow on trees.  

• I can’t imagine how you felt.

Simple Present Tense: Interrogative Sentences

• Does he accept my application to leave school?  

• Does Maisha achieve the highest respect of the school?  

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• Does he accuse me of lying?  

• Do I want to add some extra space on my home?  

• Does he adore my parents?  

• Do I agree with you?  

• Is my aim in life to become an engineer?  

• Can he afford this car?  

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• Does he allow me to swim in his swimming pool?  

• Do I approve of his application?  

• Does he argue too much with his colleagues?  

• Does he believe in me?  

• Do I need to borrow your car?  

• Does he buy a car for his father?  

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• Does he rent a home for this grand-mom?  

• Does he complete his daily work before the fixed time?  

• Do you need to consult with a better doctor?  

• Does the national concern about the current political situation?  

• Can I cook anything?  

• Does John cut his finger?  

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• Does Anna want to dance?  

• Does she always deny taking my money?  

• Is she the perfect one for you?  

• Can I describe the entire matter clearly?  

• Does he dive into the swimming pool?  

• Does Susan drive a truck?  

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• Do I want to ensure your entrance?  

• Does he expect too much from you?  

• Does he fail the exam?  

• Do you forgive him for this incident?  

• Do apples grow on trees?  

• Can I imagine how you felt?

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