Are you ready for the Simple Present Tense Song?

IEP Class A students have proudly and happily presented a Simple Present Tense song written, edited and performed by themselves. It has proved a great way to learn and remember the different conjugations of verbs in agreement with different subjects. Check out their new song here:

The tips of the song goes like this: (use “see” for example)
He sees.  She sees.   It sees.   Kevin sees.
This sees.  That sees.  Everyone sees.
We see.  They see.  Zaza and Nene see.
You see, you see.  I see.

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