10 Examples of Present Indefinite Tense! Present indefinite tense is used to describe an action that is happening now, or that happens regularly. It is also used to describe an action that started in the past and is continuing in the present. Present indefinite tense is formed using the base form of the verb, without any changes for person or number. For example:
10 Examples of Present Indefinite Tense
- I work in a bank.
- She likes cats.
- They live in London.
- I play tennis on Saturday.
- He is a good student.
- We go to the cinema every week.
- It rains a lot in England.
- She studies very hard.
- There are three dogs in the garden.
- There is a cat on the roof.
The verb is given in its base form (the infinitive without ‘to’).