What is the present tense?

The present tense is used to describe things that are true:
a) things that are true now
b) things that are always or generally true
c) schedules
d) opinions

How do you make the present tense?

To make the present tense:
subject + verb (in present simple form)

Objects, times etc. can be added if needed.

Examples of present simple verbs

Present simple verbs are the normal ‘infinitive’ verbs, but without the ‘to’.
However, if using ‘he’, ‘she’, or ‘it’ (or nouns that mean ‘he’, ‘she’, or ‘it’; for example ‘the boy’), you need to add ‘s’.

InfinitivePresent simple (I, you, we, they)Present simple (he, she, it)
to likelikelikes
to eateateats
to wantwantwants
to taketaketakes
to buybuybuys
to useuseuses
to beam / areis
to dododoes
to gogogoes
to havehavehas

Examples of the present simple tense

a) things that are true now b) things that are always or generally true
c) schedules
d) opinions
I am 22 years old.Bananas are yellow.English class is on Tuesday afternoons.

That is not right.
I like chicken. Ice melts in the sun. I have a meeting tomorrow.
I believe you.
She has long, red hair. Cats like to sleep. I wake up at 7 30. He is an idiot.
The chair is in the kitchen. Berlin is the capital of Germany.He brushes his teeth every night. I think bears are cuter than dogs.