● HAVE GOT, positive, negative, question, i.e. I have got blond hair. She has got a car.
● HAVE, i.e. I have breakfast at 8 every day. She has dinner with her family.
● TO BE, i.e. I am, You are, He is, She is, It is, We are, You are, They are
● There is, There are, i.e. There is a book on the table, There are books on the table.
● Present simple for habits and daily routines, i.e. I wake up at 8 every day.
● Present simple with adverbs of frequency: always, never, often, seldom, usually, etc. I usually drink coffee for breakfast. I never drink alcohol.
● Present progressive: actions happening now, i.e. I am working now. She is swimming now.
● Present perfect with since and for, i.e. I have lived alone since 2000. She has studied for the exam for 4 years.
● Present perfect with ever and never, i.e. I have never smoked. Have you ever been to Britain?
● Present perfect with already and yet, i.e. I haven’t been to Europe yet. I have already done that.
● Imperative, i.e. Stand up! Do this!