We mostly use Present Simple when we express:
general truths and facts:
The Sun gives life to the Earth.
regular or repeated situations/actions:
We go to mountains every month.
First, I learn new words, then I can relax.
The easiest way to remember this tense is to learn its key words:
often, always, never, every day, every month,...,
usually, sometimes, generally, normally, rarely, seldom, whenever...
on Mondays, on Tuesdays,...
The Simple Present Tense in sentences with the given verb: TO READ
He/she/it verbs ends in - s:
He reads books every day.
In negative and question forms he/she/it use DOES:
He does not read.
Does he read?
Verbs ending in -y : the third person changes the -y to -ies:
study - studies
He studies very hard.
Add -es to verbs ending in:-ss, -x, -sh, -ch:
he passes, she catches, he fixes, it pushes
The verb TO HAVE in use of he/she/it in affirmative sentence forms HAS:
She has many books at home.