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We need to use the Present Simple a lot in English, so it's really important to understand it well. Many students have problems with the form (or how to make it). The verb 'be' is different from the other verbs in this tense. Let's look at 'be' first: Here's the positive form (positive means a normal sentence, not a negative or a question. This is sometimes called 'affirmative') present-simple present-simple
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