Make Sentences in the Simple Present Tense | CBSE Class 5 English Grammar

Make sentences in the simple present tense using the verb from given in the brackets.
Hints
The verb be has three forms in the simple present tense – is, am and are
Use is when the subject is a singular noun (e.g. flower, bird, boy) or pronoun (he, she, it).
Use are when the subject is a plural noun (e.g. flowers, birds, girls) or pronoun (they, we, you).
Use am when the subject is the first person pronoun I.
The verb have has two forms in the simple present tense – has and have.
Use has when the subject is a singular noun or pronoun.
Use have when the subject is a plural noun or pronoun.
Have is also used with the first person pronoun I.

Exercise

1. I …………………… (enjoy) playing in the rains.
2. We ………………….. (eat) to live.
3. My sister …………………. (sing) well.
4. Rohan …………………. (have) a pet dog.
5. The flowers ………………… (look) beautiful.
6. My brother …………………. (work) at a factory.
7. She ……………………… (be) quite fond of her grandchildren.
8. My son ……………………. (write) with his left hand.
9. Roshan …………………… (speak) English quite well.
10. My mother ……………….. (know) many interesting stories.
11. My grandfather ………………… (live) with my uncle.
12. My cousin ………………… (be) trained in martial arts.
13. My grandfather ………………….. (own) a fleet of cars.
14. My sister …………………. (knit) beautiful sweaters.

Answers

1. I enjoy playing in the rains.
2. We eat to live.
3. My sister sings well.
4. Rohan has a pet dog.
5. The flowers look beautiful.
6. My brother works at a factory.
7. She is quite fond of her grandchildren.
8. My son writes with his left hand.
9. Roshan speaks English quite well.
10. My mother knows many interesting stories.
11. My grandfather lives with my uncle.
12. My cousin is trained in martial arts.
13. My grandfather owns a fleet of cars.
14. My sister knits beautiful sweaters.

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