The simple present tense is one of several forms of present tense in English. It is used to describe habits, unchanging situations, general truths, and fixed arrangements. The simple present tense is simple to form. Just use the base form of the verb: (I take, you take, we take, they take) The 3rd person singular takes an -s at the end. (he takes, she takes)
This video exhibits simple present tense in an entertaining way. Most of the times we are able to understand the tense yet fail to implement it appropriately.
In this blog, you get an opportunity to learn Simple Present Tense through iconic video of Charlie Chaplain. This not only enables you to understand the tense completely but also has a long lasting impact on readers mind. This fun frolic video is one of the most effective way to imbibe simple present tense.
Moreover, video also incorporates important grammar rule which can turn out to be extremely beneficial in long run.
The simple present tense is used in 6 cases:
Case1: Habitual action
Case2:To tell actions of near future
Case3:To narrate past event or story
Case4: Permanent states or general truth
Case5: Feelings ,Thoughts and Perceptions
Case6: To tell news headlines
We shall elaborate case# 3 to narrate past event or story in the attached video .
1.Charlie Chaplain runs very fast in order to escape from a donkey.
2.He enters a lion’s cage
3.As soon as Charlie goes inside he gets stunned
4.Terrified Charlie tries to open the door but instead of opening it gets closed.
5.Charlie takes his hanky out of his pocket and waves in the air but nobody comes there.
6.A dog comes there and start barking.
7.A lady comes there and Charlie tells about his situation and she gets unconscious and falls down .
8.Charlie sprinkles water and the lady comes into her senses.
9.Lady opens the door and here Charlie does not come out instead of coming out Charlie tries to become a hero there and he gets very close to the lion and it roars and Charlie takes to heel.