Simple Present Tense

Unlike the present continuous (-iyor) that we've already learned, the simple present tense expresses habitual or intended actions. The simple present is formed with -er, -ir, or -r and comes up frequently in later constructions such as the conditional.


Form the simple present for verbs that take -ir.


Form the simple present with verbs that take -er.


Form the simple present for verbs that take -r.

Review Simple Present

Review all the endings for simple present.

Translate Simple Present

Review simple present by translating from English.


Use mi to form simple present questions.

Negative First Person

Practice just the first person negation of simple present.

Negative Second & Third Person

From the negative simple present for second and third person.

Negative Questions

Form negative simple present questions.

Questions and Negatives Review

Review questions and negatives for simple present.

Review Everything

Review everything there is to know about the simple present tense.