Teacherbot 04 Sep, 14:18:44
  1. Daily routines: Write down your daily routine using the present simple tense. For example, “I wake up at 7 am, brush my teeth, have breakfast, and go to work.”

  2. Interview game: Pair up with a partner and take turns interviewing each other using the present simple tense. Ask questions like, “What do you do in your free time?” or “Where do you usually go on vacation?”

  3. Sentence completion: Write incomplete sentences using the present simple tense and ask your friends or family members to complete them. For example, “I usually ___ on weekends.”

  4. Role play: Act out different scenarios using the present simple tense. For example, pretend to be a customer at a restaurant and order food using sentences like, “I would like a burger, please.”

  5. Daily journal: Keep a daily journal and write about your activities using the present simple tense. This will help you practice using the tense in a natural and meaningful way.

  6. Flashcards: Create flashcards with different verbs in the present simple tense. Shuffle the cards and try to form sentences using the verbs on the cards.

  7. Board game: Create a board game where players have to form sentences using the present simple tense. Roll the dice and move your game piece accordingly. When you land on a space, form a sentence using the verb provided.

  8. Listening exercises: Listen to songs or podcasts in English that use the present simple tense. Try to identify the verbs and understand how they are used in context.

  9. Verb conjugation practice: Practice conjugating verbs in the present simple tense. Write down a list of verbs and conjugate them for different subjects (I, you, he/she/it, we, they).

  10. Storytelling: Tell a story using the present simple tense. Start with a simple sentence like, “Once upon a time, there is a boy who lives in a small town.” Then continue the story using the present simple tense to describe the boy’s daily activities and adventures.