Simple Present Third-Person Form Example Sentences

In this lesson you can see some example of simple present third-person sentences. 

He learns English.
He slowly learns to speak English.
He likes to visit the USA.
He always forgets his purse.
He answers the phone.
He borrows some books from his friend.
He buys a shirt
He celebrates his birthday.
He chooses a nice shirt.
He deposits money in the bank.
He drives a car.
He enjoys English songs.
He exercises everyday.
He flies to America.
He follows a computer course.
He gets up early every morning.
He gives up his bad habit.
He goes grocery shopping once a week.
He goes to market.
He likechocolate ice-cream.
He listens to News.
She loves English.
She negotiates her salary.
She only eats fish.
She operates the computer.
She pays the loan.
She plays tennis.
She practices her religion.
She reads a book.
She reads the newspaper.
She renovates the house.
She solves her problems.
She goes to the cinema
She takes a transfer.
She takes the train to the office.
She usually does washing on Sundays.
She usually drives to work.
She usually takes the bus.
She waits for you.
She watches a movie.
She works in London.
She works on the computer.
She worries about that.
She writes an article.
It works very well.
It ends with us.
It rains.
The flight departs at 9:15 pm.
The passenger cruise arrives tomorrow morning.

In simple present, when we form a sentence, we use the base verb, which in this first case is "work". But in the third-person form we add "works".  Check out the table below:

I work singular
You work singular
He works singular (third-person)
She works singular (third-person)
It works singular (third-person)
We work plural
You work plural
They work plural

If the verb like do, then we add "es".

For example:

He does.
He goes to school.

If the verb ends in "y", like "study", then we add "ies".

For example:

She studies.
She studies in the USA.

Related Example Sentences

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