Simple present tense practice dialogues
The simple present tense is used to talk about our routines and habits. Read the following interview using the simple present tense
Peter: Hello, can I ask you some questions?
Alex: Yes, you can ask as many questions as you want.
Peter: Thank you for taking the time. Now, the first question: What do you do?
Alex: I’m a graphics designer. I design magazines, brochures and websites.
Peter: How long have you been doing this?
Alex: I’ve been working as a graphics designer for over six years.
Peter: Are you married?
Alex: Yes, I’m.
Peter: What does your wife do?
Alex: She’s a teacher.
Peter: Where does she teach?
Alex: She teaches at a public school in Chennai.
Peter: Do you have any children?
Alex: Yes, we’ve two children – a boy and a girl.
Peter: Do you watch films?
Alex: Occasionally. I’m not really into films. I’d rather read a book.
Peter: What type of books do you read?
Alex: I really like detective novels.
Peter: Who is your favorite writer?
Alex: Agatha Christie.
Peter: Do you exercise?
Alex: Yes, I’m very health-conscious.
Peter: How often do you exercise?
Alex: I exercise at least four times a week. I’ve a private gym so my wife and I can work out whenever we want to.
Peter: Do you like to go on a holiday?
Alex: Of course, I do, but we rarely go on holiday. I have a crazy working schedule that prevents me from taking holidays.
Peter: Thank you so much for answering my questions.
Alex: You’re welcome!