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To refer to habits or to things which happen repeatedly. To refer to permanent situations. To talk about general statements of truth.
Affirmative . He / She / It plays . I / You / We / They play. Negative. He / She / It doesn´t play . I / You / We / They don´t play.
Interrogative: Does He / She / It play ? Do I / You / We / They play? Short forms: Does not = Doesn´t Do not = don´t
With verbs ending in consonant + y: It changes –y into – I and takes –es. Example: Study → Studies.
Note that: Adverbs of frequency like usually, sometimes, almost, never, etc, are used to express how often things happen. They come: Before the verb. For example: I usually go to school by bus. After the verb To Be. For example: She is often with her friends at weekends.