Simple present is the structure that we use to describe general events, general states, descriptions about people, general descriptions.
The conjugation is simple, but if we are using a pronoun he, she or it; we add -s to the verb.
I feel more energized after I take a nap.
- He feels more energized after he takes a nap.
She works more since she is in the new position.
- We work more since we are in the new position.
We are lucky we could get tickets.
- He is lucky he could get tickets.
Rick and Joe study in the same university.
- They study in the same university.
I work every day from 9 to 5.
- He works every day from 9 to 5.
Marty is a brilliant student.
- They are brilliant students.