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2015-01-13T19:12:22+08:00
Here are some examples (or a list): (Consider adding -s/-es/ies to all these verbs where necessary)

NOTE: YOU MAY REMOVE THE -S/-ES/-IES AND WILL STILL BE SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE (ASSUMING THAT IT FOLLOWS CORRECT SUBJECT-VERB AGREEMENT).

eats
plays
drinks
shows
acts
reads
writes
uses
intakes
loves
hates
likes
goes
passes
takes
throws
checks
corrects
keeps
has/have
is/are/am
chains

And all the other verbs in their simple present tense (with or without -s/-es/-ies)
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