Present Simple

4 Topics | 3 Quizzes
Present Continuous

5 Topics | 3 Quizzes
Present Simple and Present Continuous

4 Topics | 3 Quizzes
Past Simple

6 Topics | 3 Quizzes
Past Habits and States

3 Topics | 3 Quizzes
Past Continuous

3 Topics | 3 Quizzes
Past Simple and Past Continuous

1 Topic | 2 Quizzes
Present Perfect Simple

2 Topics | 5 Quizzes
Present Perfect Continuous

2 Topics | 2 Quizzes
Past Perfect Simple and Past Perfect Continuous

3 Topics | 4 Quizzes
Future Simple

2 Topics | 3 Quizzes
Be Going To

2 Topics | 2 Quizzes
Present Simple and Present Continuous for the Future

1 Topic | 1 Quiz
Future Continuous

2 Topics | 2 Quizzes
Future Perfect

4 Topics | 3 Quizzes
Adjectives and Adverbs

4 Topics | 3 Quizzes
Comparatives and Superlatives

1 Topic | 2 Quizzes
Question Tags

2 Topics | 2 Quizzes
Articles

3 Topics | 3 Quizzes
Verb Patterns

6 Topics | 3 Quizzes
Passive Voice

3 Topics | 4 Quizzes
Causative Have

3 Topics | 4 Quizzes
Reported Speech

4 Topics | 4 Quizzes
Impersonal Passive

3 Topics | 4 Quizzes
Zero Conditional

1 Topic | 1 Quiz
First Conditional

1 Topic | 2 Quizzes
Second Conditional

1 Topic | 2 Quizzes
Third Conditional

1 Topic | 3 Quizzes
Mixed Conditionals

1 Topic | 2 Quizzes
We also use the present simple for activities which are repeated or happen regularly.

She **works** in the office.

They never **have** meetings on Fridays.

Do you ever **give** presentations?

To express how often an activity happens we may use:

**– Adverbs of frequency** (for instance sometimes, often, never, always).

We **sometimes** participate in conferences.

He is **never** interested in new projects.

**– Other time expressions**, usually putting them at the end of the sentence.

I have free time **each Sunday**.

Does she work remotely **every Monday**?

I go to the office **every day**.

We have an incentive trip **once a year**.