Simple present tenses are generally used to – express a habitual action, express general truths, In some exclamatory sentences, To express a future event.

Simple Present Tense examples:
He goes for a walk every morning. (habit)
I get up everyday at 4 am. (habit)
The neighbor’s dog keeps barking. (habit)
Fortune favours the brave. (truth)
Sugar is sweet. (truth)
The sun rises in the east. (truth)
Here comes the rain! (exclamation)
Here you go! (exclamation)
The match starts at 11 o’clock. (fixed future event)
When does the club reopen? (fixed future event)
The train leaves at sharp 10. (fixed future event)

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