Habitual present

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The habitual present is a language structure used in English.[1] It uses the present simple to talk about things that regularly happen. A classic example is daily routines. This is usually learnt at elementary level.

CCQs:

  • Is this in past, present or future time? (all three)
  • Does this happen once or many times (many times)


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