Jan 17

jan17Bob is a teacher. He teaches at an elementary school Monday through Friday. But today is Saturday. Bob is not teaching right now. He is relaxing at the pool.

We use the simple present tense (“Bob teaches science”) to say what someone does often (or seldom or never: “Bob never plays golf”). When we talk about what someone is doing right now, we usually use the present continuous (“Bob is putting on sunscreen”).



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