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When & how to use the Present Simple (English Grammar) Commonly misused if you speak other languages


If you ever wonder if the way you speak/write in English is correct or if you are not an English native speaker, this video will help you identify when and how to use the ‘Present Simple’ tense correctly.


Some of my beginner, intermediate, and advanced students make mistakes when they speak or write in English because their foundations in English are not very solid. In addition, some languages have the ‘Present Simple’, but it’s used slightly differently. Therefore, that’s the reason for many mistakes when using this basic tense.


When we speak a new language, we have to respect its rules and speak it the way it’s spoken. We cannot translate word by word because at the end, what we’re trying to say will not make sense in the other language or the message might be confusing/misunderstood. We have to translate the meaning of what we’re saying, even if in another language we have to use different words, verbs, and verb tenses.


The following video will be the first of a series of short explanation videos on how to use English grammar correctly.


Don’t rely on your English foundations. Always make sure you are using the correct grammar structure even if you have used it for a long period of time. We sometimes need to unlearn things that we incorrectly learned.


If you’re still a school/university student and you have already come back to school or if you already finished school/studying, don’t leave learning a new language for later. In my own experience, languages have opened many doors for me. If you want to have better job opportunities, you need to have more knowledge and skills than others. For that reason, if you need to learn or improve your English, Spanish, or French, visit Alvademy for more information.


Furthermore, if you have any questions on how to use the ‘Present Simple’ correctly, don’t hesitate to leave your comments below. I’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have.


*Last but not least, special thanks to @veronikakaraffova for producing this video.


I hope you enjoy and like this video!


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