There are two present tenses: The present simple and the present continuous. The two tenses are quite different. Generally, the present simple is used to refer to everyday habits that you have.Use the present simple to talk about activities or routines which take place on a regular basis.Tom takes the A train to work every day.
Peter usually gets home at seven in the evening.
The present continuous is usually used to refer to events happening at the present moment in time.They're doing their homework at the moment.
Mary's playing tennis with Tom at the club right now.Present Simple Structure:PositiveSubject + Verb + ObjectsI, You, We, They -> eat lunch at noon.Subject + Verb + s + ObjectsHe, She, It -> works well in any situation.NegativeS + do not (don't) + Verb + ObjectsI, You, We, They -> don't enjoy opera.S + does not (doesn't) + Verb + ObjectsHe, She, It -> doesn't belong to the club.Questions(Why, What, etc.) + do + S + Verb + Objects?Do -> I, you, we, they -> work in this town?(Why, What, etc.) + does + S + Verb + Objects?Does -> he, she, it -> live in this city?