Present Simple for Opinions, Facts and Permanent Situations

The present simple is used to talk about:

– Facts (things that are always true)

“IT” stands for “information technology.
Applications give your devices additional functionalities.
A keyboard doesn’t work if you don’t connect it to a PC.

– Permanent situations

I don’t work in this company.
Sara works as a developer. She doesn’t talk to customers.

– Opinions and ideas

I think tablets are more intuitive than PCs.
You don’t understand how it works.

– Likes and dislikes

I love buying things online. My grandmother prefers brick and mortar stores.