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Example of Simple Present Tense

Example of Simple Present Tense

Example of Simple Present Tense

      After discussing the material of Simple Present Tense, now we want to share some of example of Simple Present Tense in order we have more understanding about it. Below is the post of Example of Simple Present Tense we can share to make the readers have more understanding about simple tense. (also read the material : The function of Simple Present Tense)

These are some sentence of Example of Simple Present Tense.

Statement (Positive):

  • Anita speaks English very well.
  • My uncle lives in very small house.
  • Joni rides a motorcycle to school.
  • My parents usually read newspaper in the morning.
  • They play basketball every Sunday.
  • I pay tax every month.
  • They watch Korean drama.
  • I help my mother at house.
  • You sing Ed Sheeran’s songs melodiously.
  • Tini goes to school by bus.
  • Melia eats rice every morning.
  • He lives in Bandung.
  • I am the best pianist in my town.
  • You are Mrs. Rania’s best student.
  • They are on the seventh floor.
  • She always washes her face before going to bed.
  • The sun rises from the east every day.
  • Cheetah is the fastest animal in the world.
  • Working whole day makes my body so tired.
  • Mother always takes care her child every time.
  • Government gives fund to poor people as a compensation of new oil policy.
  • Several national televisions broadcast their program 24 hours a day.
  • I want to lose you again.
  • I need your reason coming late.
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    Expression of Conversation at Restaurant

    Expression of Conversation at Restaurant

    Expression of Conversation at Restaurant

            When we go to the restaurant for getting meal or drink, it is not being avoided that we need to communicate to the waiter or waitress. For this, in this occasion we want to share about expression of conversation at restaurant. There are two main topics we are going to share. They are expression and the example of Expression of Conversation at Restaurant in dialogue. (also read : Expression of Agreement and Disagreement)

    Below is the material of Expression of Conversation at Restaurant:

    Expression of Conversation at Restaurant

    PHRASES

    Some expressions or phrases can be used by the waiter to say or ask

    Good morning/afternoon/evening

    Excuse me, Sir/Madam

    What can I do for you?

    Have you booked a table?

    Would you like to see the menu?

    Could I take your order, sir/madam?

    What would you like to start with?

    What would you like to drink? /Anything to drink?

    What would you like for main course/ for dessert?

    Is everything alright?

    Enjoy your meal!

    Some expressions or phrases can be used by the guest or customer to say or ask

    I’ll have…/ I am having…

    As an entrée I’ll have a salad and for main course I’d like the roast beef.

    Could I have chips instead of potatoes, please?

    Is there anything you would recommend? read more

    Asking and Response for the Day

    Asking and Response for the Day

    Asking and Response for the Day

            After discussing about the time (see : Asking and telling Time) in the previous post, now is our time for discussing about Asking and Response for the Day. As the title mentioned above so in this occasion, the material we will discuss is about how to ask about the day and how to response of asking for the day. For complete discussing about Asking and Response for the Day, let’s go to the material of Asking and Response for the Day.

    The material of Asking and Response for the Day

    Asking for the Day

    There are some expressions to ask about the day, they are:

    What day is it today?

    What day is it tomorrow?

    What day is it . . .?

    What day was it yesterday?

    What day was it two days ago?

    What day was it . . .? (for past)

    What is the day today?

    What is the day (of) tomorrow?

    What is the day (of) . . .?

    Can you tell me what day it is today?

    Can you tell me what day it is . . .?

    Could you tell me what the day is tomorrow?

    Could you tell me what the day is . . .?

    Would you mind telling me what day it is . . .?

    Would you mind telling me what the day is . . .?

    Etc. read more