20 Examples of Present Indefinite Tense! ESL students, did you know that there is a verb tense called the present indefinite tense? The present indefinite tense is used to describe an ongoing action or occurrence. It’s very simple to use – all you have to do is conjugate the verb “to be” and add the present participle of the main verb. For example, if I want to say “I am writing a blog post,” I would use the present indicative form of “to be” (am) and the present participle form of “write” (writing). Easy, right? Keep this in mind when you’re speaking or writing in English! 🙂
20 Examples of Present Indefinite Tense
1) She goes for a walk.
2) She doesn’t go and I do not go either.
3) She goes to the shop.
4) He sleeps after dinner.
5) We don’t work before we eat.
6) You play in your garden.
7) They go to school.
8) I wake up at 7 o’clock.
9) He eats without breakfast.
10) They play in the garden.
11) She goes to work every day.
12) I don’t go to work every day.
13) The little girl doesn’t eat at the same time.
14) He usually sleeps for a long time.
15) They usually eat breakfast.
16) She never goes to school by car.
17) She goes for a walk every day.
18) They don’t work on Saturdays and Sundays.
19) Peter doesn’t eat any fruit at all.
20) He never goes to school by car.