Observe the picture. Don't you see an elephant
is this sentence in simple present tense, which is not a habitual action correct
If not correct how to say that.
ladder aqua 412Observe the picture.
ladder aqua 412Don't you see an elephant?
ladder aqua 412Is this sentence in simple present tense
Which sentence are you talking about?
ladder aqua 412not a habitual action
Correct. I don't see anything there that suggests habitual action.
That is an imperative sentence. It can only be in the present tense.
Sorry, but I don't know what you think it means. It is correct as directing one to observe a picture.
My doubt is about the sentence
don't you see an elephant
It's a question. You should write it as shown above. That way it's punctuated correctly.
Do you have any other questions about it?
If so, you may find the answer here: Simple present tense
This is anonymous from up there. I didn't even see that as a sentence, it was so badly formatted. I thought it was part of the following text and that you were referring to a glaring fact that no one will acknowledge, the elephant in the room, so to speak.